Evan Howell,right, keeps his eye on the target as he learns the fundamentals of throwing from Blastball coach Anthony Buller. Buller hopes parents use the baseball skills they learn in the weekly Blastball session at home to practice.
Tasha Jenson practices her throwing with her mom Laura at Blastball. Tasha and other four and five years old learned to step when throwing the ball to another teammate.
At the end of Thursday's Blastball session kids had a team huddle to celebrate the end of the game. Blastball provides an opportunity for kids to learn teamwork and socialize with others their age.
Parents and their children line up to get insructions on the first night of Blastball. Blastball is a offered by the Parks and Receration Department for four and five years olds to learn the basic fundamentals of the game.
Eve Cummins helps her son Bryson with the proper technique of hitting. Bryson participates in Blastball, a league for four and five year olds that requires parents to participate with their children.
Jackson Hoy, left, misses the toss during an instructional session of Blastball, as Tasha Jenson prepares to throe the ball. Blastball divides the hour session in half to give the kids a chance to learn before using their skills in a game situation.
Sidewinders huddle together for a team chant before the start of their game against the Shockers on Wednesday night at Holcom.
Stom player Calvin Morgan looks at ball two. Bats catcher Mitch Masten came out of his pitching stance to catch the ball Wednesday night at Holcom. The game between Houk League team Bats and Storn was called in the bottom of the second inning due to lightening.
Bats wait in thier dugout during a lightening delay in their game verse Storm, Wednesday at Holcom. Umpires called the game when stroms continued to threaten.