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Mother’s Day in the US was Sunday, May 12th. We have so many amazing mothers in our WAKA family that we are dedicating this whole week to them and have rounded up photos and stories of WAKA moms from around the country. Here, you’ll discover WAKA moms on all paths: new moms, single moms, team moms, and more! We hope you enjoy getting to know these awesome players and hope your week is filled with love and appreciation!
Ana and Sophia with their children, Justin, Ana and Lily. Ana and Sophia play for the Cojones de Conejo in the CA Canyon league.
Not sure what to wear to the kickball field? Want to style your WAKA team t-shirt to something uniquely you? Here are some awesome options for how to refashion your shirt to get you ready for game night.
Thank you to all our players who sent in these great ideas!
WAKA interview with Karen Fletcher, Los Angeles area regional coordinator and former Tinseltown, Canyon and Celebrity league community coordinator
We’re excited to announce our first-ever "Pin it to Win it" challenge on Pinterest. Simply create a virtual pin board featuring your favorite WAKA photos and products for a chance to win one of five WAKA Kickball League Registrations ($75 value). Contest ends 2/28/13 at 11:59pm CT. Winners will be judged based on creativity, composition & kickball goodness.
Here’s how it works:
Step 1: Create WAKA Kickball Pin Board - Create a Kickball Board on Pinterest and categorize under sports.
WAKA has grown into a gigantic community of kickball players of all ages all over the US. Here’s a glimpse into the experiences of other WAKA players just like you!
It's the holidays, and to celebrate the season WAKA players around the country are showing their spirit with some magical kickball inspired fun! From parade floats in Hollywood to hand painted ornaments, we are blown away by our players' creativity!
Thanks to player Kathleen S. from Dallas, TX, WAKA made it to Antarctica this month! Kathleen plays in the TX Panther and TX Westside leagues and wore her WAKA shirt while completing a life goal of seeing all 7 contients before she was 30! She was nice enough to share her pictures and let us get to know her a little better in this brief interview:
How long have you been playing WAKA kickball? 1 year
What position do you play? All over but most often 2nd base
What team do you play with? Syncing ship and balls on your base
What do you do for work? Engineer at Dannon yogurt
Are you ready to gobble up some great kickball gear? We're having a sale this weekend and offering 50% select items in the WAKA Online Store! The sale is on from 11/23 - 11/27 - check out all the "his" and "hers" kickball gifts for the holidays and maybe some matching socks!
At a glance, the headlines reek of déjà vu -- DC's defending champs OSC (Other Shot Callers) outdo Norfolk #2-seed The Situation 4-2, keeping the Founders Cup on the East Coast for another year. But beneath that result is no tale of dominance and sameness, but one of shifting tides, rising powers, and ultimately the gutty resiliency that separates champions from contenders.
Looking over the field of 2012 Founders Cups teams, two clear questions emerge: Is this the year the East Coast cedes control of the Founders Cup? And, can anyone beat OSC?
There's really no argument about the #1 seed this year. OSC - Other Shot Callers are not only the reigning FC11 champs, their core of players has an insurmountably long resume of excellence in this tournament, dating back to such legendary DC franchises as Kick Asphalts. They know exactly what it takes to win it all, and they're the team to beat until somebody does so.