Serving the Bethel and Lake Wylie communities
• LWAA baseball season opening day was a great success. We would like to send out a special thank you to all of the volunteers and following organizations who worked hard to make it a fun day for all: Clover High School ROTC, Crowders Creek Choristers, T-Bones on the Lake, Domino's Pizza, Wendy's, Crash Productions nd TC Amusement.
• Opening day game results: Crime Scene Pirates 16 vs. River Hills EMS 2; CK Construction Tigers 12 vs. Great Clips Braves 9. The Tigers came out on top in this matchup with the strong pitching of Jackson McDowell and clutch hitting by Eric Probert, who also hit a triple. Nicholas Margo hit the ball well for the Tigers. The Braves were led by the pitching efforts of Jackson Gross and Josh Phillips. Luke Trowbridge had a couple of hits at the plate for the Braves.
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• Look for game reports from your favorite team here. If you don't see your team mentioned, talk to your coach. All coaches are aware of how they can have game results posted every week.
• We welcome the Challenger Division to LWAA, center photo at left. They also played a great first game.
• Soccer and softball will start games soon. • LWAA Little League is accepting registrations for boys aged 13 to 15 as of May 1, for junior and senior league baseball teams. Practices begin mid-April, and games begin in early May. Practices will be held at Clover School District facilities, and games will be played against the top teams from South Carolina. The season will culminate in July with the All-Star series games, which could lead to national competition. Register online or call 803-389-8176.
• Upcoming dates:
April 4, Regional Pop Warner meeting
April 5, Regional Pop Warner Little Scholars awards in Winston Salem
• We are still seeking a storage/office building. If you have, or know someone who has some property, please contact us at 803-831-9298.