One team competing at McQuade's stood true to their name...
The Annihilation Productions team truly has annihilated much of their competition this weekend, but agreed to be co-champs with their opposing team this afternoon.
They are a team made up of members from all over the U-S who come together for tournaments just like this one.
Many of the players have college or even pro-baseball backgrounds.
Brett Helmer, pitcher for the team, has come all the way from Syracuse, New York to compete.
"The first time I came was probably 12 or 13 years ago and it's kind of been sporadic after that. Last year we were all here again and it was a tough time with the flooding and stuff so it's much nicer to come this year and see it as nice as it is and have a good weekend. I've been here many times and hoping to come many more." says Helmer.
With this year's nice weather, about 460 teams were able to compete in the tournament.
Event Organizer Mike Wolf says last year they had to turn away 230 teams because of flooding and stormy weather.
"It's about time for us to be able to get through a full McQuade weekend without any weather issues and it turned out to be exactly that and we couldn't have asked for a more perfect weekend for weather." says Wolf.
Annihilation Production left for Sioux Falls after the final game today and later this week they'll hit the mound in Oklahoma for a Border Battle against Canada.