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Correction in 2020 ISA Senior World Series Recap

Aug. 1, 2020

In the last newsletter, Lowe Legends (OH) was incorrectly stated as winning the 50 AAA division at the 2020 ISA Senior World Series. However, 615 Senior Softball (TN) was the winner.

Please read below the corrected recap for the 50 AAA Division.

50 AAA Division: In bracket play in this nine-team division, Crawford Contracting (MI), the #8 seed, took on Area 51 (MI), the #9 seed. Crawford won 27-16 and advanced to play 615 Senior Softball (TN), the #1 seed. Crawford upset the #1 seed 16-15. Legacy (KY) then beat Alpha Dawgs/Dayton Legends (OH), 14-13, while Lowe Legends (OH) beat Senior Dogs (MO) 8-6, and Ironwood (KY) beat Circle City Playmakers (IN) 11-8. Crawford and Legacy met in the second round of the winner’s bracket where Legacy won 5-4 and Lowe won over Ironwood 14-7. In the winner bracket final, Lowe beat Legacy 8-4 to advance to the Championship game.

In the elimination side of the bracket, top seed 615 Senior Softball dropped its second straight game in the three-game guarantee bracket, 17-11, against Circle City Playmakers. Facing elimination the rest of the way, 615 Senior Softball proved its worth as the #1 seed, mounting an incredible run, winning seven straight games to take home the championship.

Riding the wave of four straight wins to reach the third place game, 615 Senior Softball defeated Legacy, 13-9, to punch their ticket into the championship game.

Building off of their momentum of a fifth straight win, 615 Senior Softball continued its high with a double dip of Lowe Legends, winning the championship game (12-4) and the "if" game (6-5) in a thriller.

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