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Call for hardball players

Call for hardball players

HAGERSVILLE — The Gihe gowahneh River Dogs of the Grand River Territory Minor Baseball League made a call for youth players to fill spots on the ‘mosquito’ house league as well as coed and all girls teams. The home diamond is the Grand Kett., 3 which is positioned at the bottom of the hill behind

HAGERSVILLE — The Gihe gowahneh River Dogs of the Grand River Territory Minor Baseball League made a call for youth players to fill spots on the ‘mosquito’ house league as well as coed and all girls teams.

The home diamond is the Grand Kett., 3 which is positioned at the bottom of the hill behind the Hagersville Arena. The players can be ages eight to 11 and 12 if they are girls to enjoy afternoon practices and games typically Monday through Thursday.

Spots are also open for various levels of play for players to take part in two all girls tournaments this coming summer with practices being on Friday evenings from ages eight to 16.

“We are counting on a wildly successful season as our RIVER DOGS with increased number of teams this year to span over 4 divisions as we grow,” reads their Facebook page.

To register, check out the hmco.ca website.

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