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v * T he P rospector WWW.CARROLL.EDU W ednesday , A pril 26,2006 VOLUME 89, NO. 7 Dallas Leslie sends a ball deep Sunday morning ▲ by matt thomas special softball weekend correspondant The frigid weather conditions on Sunday didn't stop the Bandits from clinching the Carroll College softball weekend championship. The Bandits faced off with the Ethiopians in the final round of the 2006 tour nament. Both teams were competitive, but the Bandits proved that they had more skill in the end. \I'm glad to see that our team played well throughout the tournament,\ said Kyle Cicero, a senior pre-physical therapy major from Billings. \The girls on our team really contributed and made the difference between winning and losing.\ One member of the Bandits was elimi nated due to circumstances unbecoming of a softball player, but the team rallied to go unde feated through the entire tournament. \When we lost one of our guys, the team was a little down on themselves,\ said Cicero. \But we held strong, and played some real rock-solid softball.\ Rock-solid softball was that staple of this year's tournament. Many teams were competitive, but the Bandits were victorious. We have successfully concluded another soft- ball weekend full of good friends, good times, and America's favorite pastime.