WREN, Ohio (WANE) Local wiffleball fans have already begun counting down to next year following Saturday’s 24th annual tournament. The tradition attracts about 1,000 visitors every year to the small town of around 200, dubbed the wiffleball capital of Ohio.
16 teams competed this year, which included the first 15 to apply and the winner from last year.
The event included food, music and camping, followed by a celebration after the final game.
“You can’t even explain how big it is, just for a wiffleball game,” said Tony Durbin, a local fan.
The money raised will go to the Wren Ball Park Association.
Organizers expect next year to be even bigger for the 25th anniversary.