In front of a vibrant crowd at Southwest University Park on Thursday night, Team Showtyme (Aaron Jones) defeated Team Vino (Alvin), 15-13, in the third annual A&A All the Way Charity Softball game.

Aaron's team, which trailed in the bottom of the second inning, rallied back to win the second straight charity softball game.

However, the on-field finish wasn't the highlight of the event.

The A&A All the Way Foundation created a welcoming environment for the spectators that witnessed the game itself, which kicked off with an exciting home run derby. The concourse was filled with different vendors, ranging from sponsors to even official merchandise that was sold at the event.

And the stars showed out for the event.

Tristen Newton, who was recently drafted by the Indiana Pacers and is cousins with Aaron and Alvin, received a standing ovation upon being introduced in Thursday night's matchup. NBA veteran George Hill returned to the charity softball game for the second straight year, and told us on 600 ESPN El Paso that he enjoys helping the brothers put on a Free Youth Basketball Camp for the community, which is held at Burges High School on Friday. NFL players with UTEP ties like Will Hernandez (Cardinals), Nik Needham (Dolphins) and Tyrice Knight (Seahawks) all joined the game and excited the local fans. Other players to highlight at the event include rising MMA product AJ Hotchkins, boxer Brandon White, Arizona basketball guard KJ Lewis and UTEP softball player Autumn Scott.

The silent auction for the event featured many special items to bid on, such as the featured prize: two tickets to see the Vikings in 2024 with airfare. Other items ranged from a signed Aaron Jones sombrero to the exclusive signed baseball bats. One lucky bidder won the "Guest Host" opportunity on 600 ESPN El Paso with a generous donation of $280.

The A&A All the Way Foundation is set to wrap up the busy week with their free Youth Football and Basketball Camp, the seventh edition of the brothers' camp.


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