Waubonsee offers fall high school baseball

By on August 15, 2014

SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College will host a fall baseball league for high school players who are not participating in any fall high school sports. This IHSA-approved league is the area’s longest running and most economical fall league. Over 2,100 players have participated throughout the past 29 years with hundreds going on to compete at the collegiate level.

The league is scheduled to run from Wednesday, Aug. 28, through the end of September. Games will be played on every Tuesday and Thursday during the month of September beginning at 4 p.m. each day. All games will be played on Waubonsee Community College’s baseball diamond in Sugar Grove and all players signed up are guaranteed playing time. Each of the eight game days will provide players the opportunity to use Waubonsee’s outdoor hitting facility that features two astro-turfed batting cages and multiple hitting stations.

Individuals interested in playing should attend an organizational meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 26, at 4:30 p.m. on the Sugar Grove campus. The meeting will take place in the college’s Auditorium, located behind Erickson Hall, Waubonsee’s gymnasium. A $60 fee is due at the time of the meeting.

For information, contact Waubonsee Athletic Manager Dave Randall at (630) 466-2527.

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