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The 2018 IT Sports League softball championship team from Bizible. (IT Sports League Photo)

Bizible meant business in the third season of Seattle’s IT Sports League.

The Seattle startup, which helps marketers manage and plan for revenue, bested eight other teams during the 10-week season and took home the championship at Queen Anne Playfield last week with a 14-2 win over Snap! Raise, makers of a fundraising platform for teams and groups.

Bizible’s team, with an 8-2 record, was managed by partner manager Kendall Kossler and VP of product and strategy Brewster Stanislaw. The team beat TINYPulse 7-6 to reach the title game. Snap! Raise, managed by recruiting coordinator Reily Thorington, beat a combo team of White Pages/Glowforge/Convoy 21-18 to make it to the championship game.

The second place softball team from Snap! Raise in the IT Sports League. (IT Sports League Photo)

Whitepages/Glowforge/Convoy finished the regular season 8-0, and settled for victory in the third place game, beating TINYPulse 20-5.

Other teams participating this year included SimplyMeasured, DomainTools, Real Self, Extra Hop and Igneous Systems. Last summer, Whitepages beat SimplyMeasured for the title.

The league’s next sport is dodgeball, which gets going on Sept. 5. League organizer Steve Mayeda said all tech companies are invited to join in the fun, and more information can be found on the league’s website.

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