ELKTON — The Foot Clan will hold the Kickin’ It 4 Kids trophy for one more year after coming out on top in the annual CASA kickball tournament held at Pine Grove.

The event is not a fundraiser according to Giulia Hodge, executive director of Cecil County Court Appointed Special Advocates, but rather a public education and outreach campaign to kick off April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

“This was our fourth year,” Hodge said, noting that the tournament gets bigger each year.

Court Appointed Special Advocates are volunteers trained in mentoring and shepherding a foster child through the court system.

Along with The Foot Clan, made up of law enforcement officers, there was the Subpoena Coladas, Courthouse Crushers, CC Wingin’ It, Leeds Longshots/Hurtz So Good, Miracle Workers, Fierce Friends and the CASA Caped Crusaders.

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