#Baseball Diamond

Morning Sun

Arma honors citizen’s efforts

ARMA, Kan. — The City of Arma held a special dedication ceremony at noon on Friday to honor J.P. Cleland and his service to the city. Over two dozen Arma citizens gathered at the South Street ball diamond to celebrate its official new name: J.P. Cleland Ball Park. Arma...
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The Disappearance Of 6-Year-Old Morgan Nick Remains Unsolved 30 Years Later

On June 9, 1995, Colleen Nick decided she and her 6-year-old daughter, Morgan, needed a "girls' night out" (per Blytheville Courier). As reported by Unsolved Mysteries, the mother and daughter agreed to attend a Little League baseball game in Alma, Arkansas, for their special evening together. Blytheville Courier News reports...
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BOYS BASKETBALL: Back on the Court, A Look Into the 2022-23 Inter-Ac Teams

PHILADELPHIA – Taylor Wright remembers when Episcopal Academy was the epicenter of not only Inter-Ac League basketball, but perhaps all of Pa. The oldest son of former Villanova head coach Jay Wright attended the school from fourth through twelfth grade and recalls what it was like to be walking the same hallways as former standouts Gerald Henderson, who played at Duke, and Wayne Ellington, who won a national championship at North Carolina. The duo scored nearly 4,000 career points combined and led the Churchmen to two Inter-Ac titles under the late great Dan Dougherty.
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Baseball: Mustangs' Thompson ready to shine on the biggest stage

Mountain House High senior Ny’Zaiah Thompson knew that he was destined for the baseball diamond from a very young age. Growing up, all he ever wanted to do was be out there on the field. Through the better days and the worse, his love for the game never faltered. Thompson treated every loss as a lesson and used every win as fuel to get him to where he is today — committed to play at Cal State Fullerton next fall.

Top 16 Best Baseball Hitting Tees 2022 [Expert’s Reviews]

1. Franklin Sports Baseball Batting Tee – Hitting Tee for Baseball. Model: Franklin Sports activities, Inc., Weight: 0.000625 Kilos, Coloration: Black. Batting tee for T-ball, softball, baseball. Producer’s instructed age: 7 plus. Options weighted metal for added stability. All-weather design; Heavy-duty 11.25 pound tee. No {hardware} meeting. Merely...

Ambitious plan to make changes to Quesnel’s ball parks presented to City Council

Quesnel’s Ball Park Action Plan was unveiled at this week’s City Council meeting. It includes possible changes for West Fraser Timber Park. Blair Arbuthnot, with R.F. Binnie and Associates, says the plan would start with the reprogramming of the existing bantam baseball diamond that is currently sized for men, and replacing it with a new bantam and midget diamond.
Wilmington Apple

OBITUARY: William J. DeWolfe III, 75

WILMINGTON, MA — William J. DeWolfe III, 75, of Wilmington, MA, passed away at Winchester Hospital on Monday, November 28, 2022, surrounded by loved ones after a hard fought health battle. Bill was born on January 2, 1947 in Hudson, NY to the late William J. DeWolfe, Jr &...

Along The River…

This article was printed several years ago and has been updated with some new information. The Pavilion Park Company was organized in 1903 by C. A. Camp, Dr. E. G. Cromwell and Ed S. Sterrett who leased a 15 acre tract that had been used for years as a gathering place known as ‘The Grove’, from which Abraham Lincoln spoke in 1858. The pavilion was situated partly within the city limits in a natural, picturesque grove, high on a bank over-looking the Illinois River on property owned by Barnard Yeager. The grounds were also used for tent shows and Chautauqua meetings.

Fix Tropicana Field by Turning Tropicana Field into a Holiday Ice Rink

British stone. ST. PETERSBURG – FACT: Everything looks better under the blanket of Christmas lights. Patio screens chewed up by overactive squirrels? Glittering icicles and an inflatable hula Santa! Has the house not been pressure washed since Grover Cleveland took office? Color Changing Bulbs Medley with Glittering Wicker Reindeer!
The Post and Courier

Greenville's Unity Park tower reaches funding goal with $1M gift

GREENVILLE — A 10-story tower that city leaders say will serve as the centerpiece of Greenville's Unity Park has reached its $5.5 million goal in private donations. The announcement came during a Dec. 1 event that revealed a $1 million donation from local businesswoman and philanthropist Vivian Wong and her late husband, Thomas Wong. It will be called the Thomas and Vivian A. Wong Honor Tower.

WooSox thankful for partnership with Assumption; recall football and baseball feats on the field

Throughout November, the Worcester Red Sox have recalled moments and memories that move them to give thanks. This story illustrates how their partnership with Assumption University has provided extraordinary experiences for their student-athletes. Assumption University, whose baseball players have taken to the Polar Park diamond twice in two years, gave...

Take Me Out To The Ball Game: America’s Song

Everyone who has been to a baseball game knows the seventh-inning stretch. During this break in the action, fans rise and stand and sing Take Me Out to the Ball Game. Although there is no clear evidence of who started the seventh-inning stretch, a Jesuit Brother may be the man.
Rutland Herald

One for the coaches

High school sports is for the players. The best coaches work from that point of view. Yet, it is difficult to ignore the story lines revolving around some of the coaches in the Stretch Gillam Tournament that tips off the season at Hartford High’s Hanley Gymnasium on Dec. 9-10.

Driven: HTHS junior’s journey to be Navy pilot

How, in a store with walls covered in crimson merchandise, could an August conversation be about anything other than the upcoming University of Alabama football season?. How, as a man perused through the vintage logo hats — the logo with the elephant stepping through a block A and “Crimson Tide” printed at the bottom, the only logo that Alabama should print on shirts and hats — could a conversation about required reading for AP English happen?