The Pizza Hut Hillbilly Hardball Classic came to a conclusion on Sunday with no champion crowned.
Due the weather, which wiped out all of Thursday's games and some on Friday, a championship round was unable to be played on Sunday afternoon.
A full day of action was held on Saturday, however, and a few games also were contested on Sunday.
The Inter-Mountain photo by Joey Kittle
Patrick Sines of Grantsville (Md.) makes contact during a game over the weekend in the Pizza Hut Hillbilly Hardball Classic.
Elkins Post 29 finished the tournament with a 1-3 record, winning its opener 7-2 over Bellefonte (Pa.) on Friday. Elkins was plagued by errors in falling to the Jefferson County Wildcats 5-3 in Friday's late game before dropping contests against Morgantown (5-2) and French Creek Valley (Pa.) (5-3) on Saturday.
Buckhannon Post 7, meanwhile, lost to Moundsville 6-4 on Friday and tied Beckley (4-4) and defeated the Harrison County Patriots (10-9) on Saturday.
Tournament director and Post 29 manager Chris George added his thanks to all of the volunteers who helped with the event.
"Even though we didn't have a champion, there were still a lot of great baseball games played over the weekend," he said.
Elkins will return to action Tuesday at Bridgeport.