Bellevue league combines fun, competition

Monday, July 2, 2001 at 1:00am

For more than 20 years, the Bellevue Community Athletic Program, known as BCAP, has been offering baseball and softball to boys and girls from ages 5 to 16.

Running through a board of directors, two paid staff workers, a plethora of volunteers and support from the parents, this league, consisting of 59 teams, shows children how to play the game and have fun at the same time.

"I think, in most part, I'm really pleased with the parents that we have here at our park," board member and volunteer Terry Cart said. "I know that's somewhat biased; however, for the most part the parents are cheering their kids on, and they'd like to see them win. But the most important thing after the game is, did they have fun.

"And that's one of the biggest questions you'll hear so many times out here, 'Did you have fun?' Not, 'Who won the game?' but 'Did you have fun?

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