to meet Sunday
RIDGELEY, W.Va. — The PenMar-WV Semi-Pro Baseball League will hold a meeting on Sunday at the Ridgeley American Legion at 5 p.m for coaches and league officials
The meeting agenda will include confirmation of details for the fourth annual golf tournament at Rocky Gap on April 20.
The wooden bat league consists of five teams this season: The Tri-State Titans, Oakland Oaks, West Virginia Powerhouse, Cumberland Orioles and Morgantown.
The league is now recruiting new teams from all surrounding areas and any players looking for a team for the summer.
For more information contact league president Gary Bennett at 301-268-1563 or Tri-State head coach Matt Wright at 301-697-4903, or visit www.penmarwvbaseball.com.
FSU infielder earns honorable mention
FROSTBURG — Frostburg State senior infielder J.K. Filauro has been named an honorable mention hitter on the second NCAA Division III National Players of the Week announcement as voted on by a panel of DIII members of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
Filauro, the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Week, helped the Bobcats (9-4) to a pair of wins in three outings.
Filauro hit .777 (7 of 9) in two games with six runs scored, four RBIs, a double and a home run. He was 4-for-4 with a double and homer in a 16-5 win over Stevenson and was 3 for 5 with four runs in a 26-6 victory over Oneonta.
Spring sports schedules,
CUMBERLAND — Area high school athletic directors or head coaches of spring sports teams who have not yet provided the Times-News with copies of their team schedules and rosters are requested to do so.
Schedules and rosters may be sent to mburke@times-news, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed to 301-722-5270.
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