May 6, 2012 12:03 AM
TUCSON - Isabel Celis' parents attended a charity softball game to help bring their daughter home.
Teams competed in a tournament at the Kino Sports Complex Saturday afternoon.
"To be out here, it's hard," Isabel's mother Becky Celis said, "because Isa's not here, and this is what she loves to do."
Registration cost $150. Seven teams played. The money will pay for more fliers and other items to spread the message about the girl's disappearance.
Isabel's father Sergio was coaching his team from the first-base line.
"Being around family and watching them play," Sergio Celis said, "that's a lot of fun."
Sergio Celis said it was still difficult to enjoy himself.
"It is all for Isabel," Sergio Celis said, "and we can't go crawling under a rock. We do got to be out there."
Becky Celis said all the negative attention her family is receiving is sometimes excessive.
"But you know what? It doesn't matter," Becky Celis said. "It doesn't matter how we're viewed. We just want Isabel back, so we're going to do whatever we can to bring Isabel home."
Becky and Sergio Celis plan on attending more events and helping the volunteers who have been working to bring Isabel home.
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