Dixie Youth Girls hosting World Series

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The 2013 World Series for the Dixie Youth Traditional Ponytails will be played at the Oscar J. Frazier Park in Bluffton beginning Friday, July 26 with the first pitch being thrown July 27. The tournament is expected to last through July 31st, if the weather cooperates.

The County Channel will broadcast all of the games on television and stream the games online allowing viewers to watch the players all across the world.

Front Row: Julianna Greer, Margaret Schubert, Ashley Weber, Essence Champion, Oliva Gee, Journeigh Doray. Back Row: Emily Crosby, Alisa Depew, Mia DeBardelaben, Michaux Gee, Alexis Ortiz. Coaches: Chuck Crosby, Keith Schubert, Eric Ackerman.
Front Row: Julianna Greer, Margaret Schubert, Ashley Weber, Essence Champion, Oliva Gee, Journeigh Doray. Back Row: Emily Crosby, Alisa Depew, Mia DeBardelaben, Michaux Gee, Alexis Ortiz. Coaches: Chuck Crosby, Keith Schubert, Eric Ackerman.

“We are honored to have been selected again to host such a large athletic event.  The last World Series event hosted in Beaufort County introduced thousands of new visitors to the Lowcountry and was a boost to our local economy.  With everyone’s help, we think we can build on our previous experience and make this a memorable event for players, fans and the people of Beaufort County,” said PALS Director Scott Marshall.

Twelve teams from across the Southeast — including Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Virginia, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina and Tennessee — will compete in the double elimination tournament. The Beaufort All-Stars team will also participate.

More than 200 volunteers will be needed in order for this event to run smoothly. If interested, contact Shannon Loper at sloper@bcgov.net, or by phone at 843-255-6684.

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