Sport Sweeps Through Jefferson City
These athletes don't play in front of sell-out crowds and they don't play for big contracts, scholarships, or shoe endorsements.
Sarah Kleinschmit of the Hobbytown Hackers said, "It's a lot like hockey except we wear tennis shoes or special broomball shoes, and instead of hockey sticks, we use duct taped brooms."
Broomball games have fast passing, solid defending, and great scoring. These athletes play out of love for the game, and to them, it's all about having some good, clean fun.
"I wish we had more teams playing, so if anybody is interested, check it out," commented Kleinschmit.
And it's not too late to get signed up for the next broomball season. Registration runs through December, and the season starts in January.