Seven teams grabbed titles during the third leg of the Triple Crown slowpitch softball series, which brought 149 squads to Steamboat Springs over the Fourth of July weekend.
Top teams included Littleton's Gutz, which collected the title in the very competitive Men's E division. Gutz went 7-1, including a win over Greenfeet/Wolfpack of Westminster in the championship game. Siesta of Forth Collins finished third.
Steamboat's Pioneer Material Dawgs placed ninth and Steamboat Blue came in 13th in the division.
The Complete/La Concina team was undefeated in the men's D division and won the 2003 title. The Longmont team downed The Os from Glenwood Springs in the finals to earn the title. So What Softball of Aurora placed third.
In Men's C action, EAS/RES/
Easton from Fort Collins went 4-0 en route to the title. RB Construc-tion/Hometeam Mortgage of Highlands Ranch was second and 5Star/Turn2 of Westminster placed third.
In women's action, Pitchers from Denver topped the upper division and Twisters/Bobby Brown Bail Bonds won the lower division.
The top coed teams were Aurora's Power, which won the upper division, and Parker's Four Play, which won the lower division.
Adult softball will return to Routt County in August when the Summer World Finals come to Steamboat.