It's a tournament that is becoming a tradition in the small town of Zapata. People in there 60’s going up against those who recently graduated for a softball tournament called Battle of the Classes. The tournament begins at nine in the morning and doesn’t end until the early morning hours the following day. But Hawk alumni said this isn't just about softball. Each graduating year puts together a team of twenty players to play in the all day tournament, and this year saw a record number of teams participate. "It started out with 16 teams, then it built to 24 teams, to 25 teams, now we got 26. It turned out to be very successful.” "It's fun. There’s parents’ competing against their kids, brothers competing against their little sisters or vice versa. It's awesome." In what people call 'A huge Zapata High School reunion', alumni returned from afar for this event. "We have a guy on our team that we haven't seen in like 20 years that flew in from Florida just for the tournament, and he's going back tomorrow." But this all day event is more than just a softball tournament. One hundred percent of money raised is going to nine-month-old Keilah Serna, who was diagnosed with a life-threatening condition known as HLN at only six months old. Keilah has been undergoing Chemotherapy and hasn't been able to leave a hospital. She just received a bone marrow transplant two weeks ago, and the family is still with her in a San Antonio Hospital. "All the money that's raised for this tournament is to help someone in our community. Most the time we help the youth, this tournament is going to benefit a little eight month old little girl, her name is Keilah Serna, right now she is in the hospital, she won't be out until September so her parents aren’t with us today." This tradition all started five years ago when Alan Montes and his wife, Martha, participated in a softball event to raise money for a charitable cause. They too, wanted to help the community. "We played in the tournament, there was only like six teams, they didn't raise that much money. The next morning my wife actually had a dream that she had a tournament of classes, so we just put our heads together and we organized it." The tournament takes place twice a year. Each tournament, the money is raised for a member of the community who is in need of help. Class of 2007 won this tournament.