By: Kylen Mills
Not your typical softball weather but teams came from all over the Midwest to compete in the Snowbird Softball Classic Saturday.
"It is freezing but it is nice getting together like I said spending time with people that you don't normally see during the year but also knowing that you're doing something well for other people knowing that it's a charity and that the money is going to good it also feels good knowing that as well," said softball player Meagan Schneider.
This is the 38th year of the co-ed tournament held at Dugout Sports Complex in Davenport. All weekend long players battle the cold, snow and ice to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
"It supports a match right here in the Quad Cities and it gives, it helps create those relationships that impacts those children who need committed positives adults in their life," said organizer with the Big Brothers Big Sisters Kayla Kiesey.
There's a men's softball classic tournament in a couple of weeks Arganizers hope the two tournaments raise 8,000.