Fourteen teams from two states were in action this weekend in the Troy Nation softball tournament at the Day Complex in South Boston. With nonstop action, there were 41 games played over two days as the teams vied for the championship rings awarded to the winners of the tournament. The teams also played to help raise money for Troy Nation, the organization founded in memory of Troy Strickland who tragically lost his life almost two years ago while saving another person caught in a riptide in the ocean. Along with the softball tournament, the Virginia Squires were also in action on Saturday, with teams from Raleigh, North Carolina, and Granville County, North Carolina, coming to the complex to play. There were five games on Saturday for the younger baseball players who are finally able to get back on the field after several months of being unable to practice or play due to COVID-19.