Spartan pride | Photo of the day 5.26

A flood of instant memories — thanks, smartphones — swept the sidelines after the Bainbridge Spartans finished their season Saturday at the 2018 Washington State 3A Softball Championships in Lacey.

There was a bit of sadness as Spartan parents waited for their players to exit the final team huddle. And from the players’ side, too, following the 5-1 final against the Yelm Tornados.

Yelm would go on to place third, besting last year’s champs Redmond, 6-5.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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