CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. — Milton and Bridgeport accommodate Wednesday in a semifinals of a West Virginia Little League Baseball (age 11-12) State Tournament during Tracy Vickers Field.
Milton, a District 1 champion, downed District 3 champion Hurricane on Tuesday, 12-10. Bridgeport, a District 5 winner, kick District 5 runner-up Worthington/Parkersburg, 10-0.
The 8 p.m. Wednesday diversion between Milton and Bridgeport front on Huntington radio stations SuperTalk 930-AM and 94.1-FM.
Morgan Co. 8, Martinsburg 2
Central Greenbrier 6, Summersville 2
Milton 12, Hurricane 10
Bridgeport 10, Worthington/Parkersburg 0
6 p.m., Morgan County vs. Central Greenbrier
8 p.m., Milton vs. Bridgeport
Championship, 6 p.m.
50/70 World Series
BARBOURSVILLE — Barboursville’s Little League Intermediate Baseball 50/70 (age 12-13) group that won a Southeast Regional championship to acquire a berth in a division’s World Series in California is lifting income for a trip.
Anyone who would like to present can do it around Paypal criticism email@example.com. The group is also carrying a spaghetti cooking from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday during a American Legion Post 177, 6024 County Road 60/64, Barboursville, where donations will be accepted.
“All income for account raisers contingency be in by Saturday evening,” pronounced Kathy Weekly, mom of Barboursville actor Peyton Weekly. “We need assistance from individuals, businesses and corporations. Any donation, vast or small, helps. We will collect adult donations if they call (304-360-0094 or 304-360-1339). Anyone wanting to present can give donations to any player, manager or group parent.”
Donations can also be mailed to Barboursville Little League Baseball (BLLB), c/o Kathy and Bill Weekly, 1276 Blake St., Barboursville, W.Va. 25504.
HUNTINGTON — West Virginia Junior League Softball (age 12-14) champion East Huntington/League 3 is lifting supports to assistance with a outing to a Southeast Regional Tournament in Fort Myers, Fla.
Donations are being accepted.
Anyone who wants to minister can hit East Huntington Little League boss William J. Gaul (937-725-6949), Ricky Adkins (304-544-5195) or Herb Murphy (304-942-9301).
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