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November 7, 2012

Sports Roundup - 11/07/2012

Tickets for FH/Alco playoff game on sale at 9 a.m.

CUMBERLAND  — Advance tickets for the Maryland 1A West Region semifinal playoff game between Fort Hill and Allegany will go on sale beginning at 9 a.m. this morning at the main office at Fort Hill High School.

Fort Hill season ticket holders must purchase a ticket to enter the game, but will be guaranteed their regular seat.

Gates will open at 4:45 p.m. for the 7 o’clock contest.

PenMar-WV League to meet Saturday

CUMBERLAND — The PenMar-WV Semi-Pro Baseball League will meet Saturday, Nov. 11, at 5 p.m. at the Ridgeley American Legion for coaches and league officials.

 The PenMar League, founded in 1949, is comprised for summer baseball players of high school and all above ages, but 85 percent of the players in the league are current or former college players.

 The wooden bat league had five teams this year: the Tri-State Titans, Oakland Oaks, West Virginia Powerhouse, Cumberland Orioles and Morgantown. The league is now recruiting new teams from all surrounding areas for the 2013 season.

For more information, contact league president Gary Bennett at 301-268-1563 or Tri-State Titans head coach Matt Wright at 301-697-4903, or visit www.penmarwvbaseball.com

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