Thirty-four teams competed in All-Nighter at Murray Forest Park

BEDFORD – Over the weekend 34 teams competed in the All-Nighter at Murray Forest Park. There were a total of 26 men’s teams and eight women’s teams who battled it out for the title.

On Saturday evening the Home Run Derby was held.

Pa’tyn Perdue won the “Home Run Derby” Saturday night

In the men’s group, Pa’tyn Perdue claimed the trophy for hitting the most softballs over the fence. Sidney Brinegar was the home run winner for the ladies.

Sidney Brinegar won the Women’s Category in the “Home Run Derby” Saturday night

On Sunday the field was whittled down to the final two men’s and final two female winning teams.

The team Ruthless, from Bloomington, faced off with Mac’s Cooling, from Evansville. Ruthless won 26-19.

A player takes a swing at a softball during the “All Nighter” at Murray Forest Park

In the women’s bracket FAFO and Psycho, both from Bedford, battled for the title. In a close game, FAFO pulled ahead and won 10-9.

There were a total of eight Women’s teams taking part in this year’s “All Nighter”.

“We are pleased with the turnout and it was a fun-filled weekend for our teams,” said Gary Dorsett program director of the Bedford Parks Department.