Aug 6, 2015 11:16 PM
CONCORD - It's make it or break it for the Concord All-Stars this weekend as they're off to Rhode Island.
These 9- and 10-year old boys are headed to the regionals this weekend for the second straight year.
Coach Tom Philbrick said the team is ready to go after its undefeated season.
"We have a had a great regular season as All Stars," Phillbrick said. "We were undefeated and were the district champions and then we went to then we went to the state championship and beat Goffstown of three, and beat them two games to one."
Perhaps the greatest support systems to get these kids on the road besides the community are the parents.
"They have so much energy and so much talent and to be able to have them be coached by some great coaches, play with some great players.. it's making new friends, learning new skills, it's really their team building expereince what's really great for the boys," mom Jodi Grimbilas said.
Others moms who watch the team practice say being on the All-Stars is good for the kids, too.
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