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January 25, 2014

Sports Roundup - 01/26/2014

W.Va. AAU team to hold tryouts

CUMBERLAND — The West Virginia Reign AAU basketball club will be holding tryouts for boys and girls grades 4-11 and un-signed seniors. For more information, contact Coach Nuzum at 304-657-0954 or Interested parties can also visit


Semi-pro baseball league to meet

CUMBERLAND — The PenMar-WV Semi-Pro Baseball League will hold a  meeting on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 4 p.m., at the Riverside YMCA for coaches and league officials.

The PenMar League was founded in 1949, and is for summer baseball players of high school ages and older. However, 85 percent of the league is made up of former and existing college players. Last year, the wooden bat league consisted of the Tri-State Titans, Oakland Oaks, Cumberland Orioles and West Virginia Powerhouse. Allegany County hosted the 2013 Maryland Semi-Pro Championship series last year.

The league is highly recruiting new teams from all surrounding areas and any players looking into a team for the summer are welcomed to the meeting. For more information, contact league president Terry Helbig at 301-533-1050 or Tri-State Titans head coach Matt Wright at 301-697-4903.


BW seeking softball coach

CUMBERLAND — Bishop Walsh School is seeking a head softball coach for the upcoming season. Interested persons should send a resume to athletic director Jim Zamagias at

For more information, call 301-724-5360, extension 213. The deadline to apply is Jan. 27.


Tri-State Umpires has openings

CUMBERLAND — Any new umpire interested in joining the Tri-State Umpires Association for the upcoming season needs to contact D.J. Morgan at 301-268-2091 or Jason Holler at 240-362-6538 for additonal information.


Hot Stove League meeting Tuesday

CUMBERLAND — There will be a Hot Stove League meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the Hot Stove Bingo Hall in Ames Plaza. All paper work will be handed out at this time.

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