Celebrate Father's Day With These Exceptional Kickball Dads

Friday, June 13, 2014 - 08:06

Celebrate Father's Day With These Exceptional Kickball Dads

There are a lot of rad dads who play kickball. These are the kind of guys who work hard and play hard, and go above above and beyond to be good parents and teammates. Here are 3 WAKA dads that deserve some special recognition, in honor of Father’s Day.

One dad dresses up in different costumes for league theme nights; another is his kickball team’s MVP when the team is down in close games.

AJ is rockstar dad in Denver, Colorado. His teammates say he is the coolest dad they have ever met.  Not only does he spend time with his son and team, but he also watches cartoons, always wins at flip cup, and loves the Chicago Cubs so much that he has a tattoo!

Alex is a dedicated father and motivates his kickball team to have fun on the field. The love that he shares with his son is truly one of the most beautiful things many of his friends and family have ever seen. Alex has a powerful kick and is known for being able to help his team get runs when they need it to win games. Alex's girlfriend Jess says "Alex is the most involved and supportive father around. His family and teammates love him and he makes us all happier just by being around him."

Scott is a single Dad who plays kickball in Austin, Texas. He’s a big Long Horns fan, lover of music festivals and parties, and always has one of the best costumes at league theme nights. Scott spends his weekends on camping trips, cookouts, and awesome outings with his daughter. His friends say “Scott is blast to be around at the kickball fields, and we love that his daughter comes to games to cheer him on!”

We’d like to wish a very happy Father’s Day to AJ, Alex, Scott, and all the other kickball playing Dads in WAKA Nation.

Need a last minute Father's Day gift? Give the gift of kickball!

 

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