Monday, July 7, 2003
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Clayton News Daily
By Doug Gorman
They played between the rain drops on Saturday afternoon and in some stifling on Sunday, but the American Amateur Baseball Congress 13-14-year-old state tournament is underway in Morrow-Lake City.
The tournament was the beginning of a busy week of action for several tournaments and age brackets throughout the Southern Crescent.
The 13-14-year-old event runs through the end of the week.
Also on the schedule is the 13-year-old single-age event, which opens today at South Cedar Park in McDonough.
South Cedar Park in McDonough will also be the site of the 7-8-year-old state tournament. Forest Park is scheduled to play host to the 11-12-year old state tournament.
The state T-ball tournament is also just around the corner. The event comes to Jonesboro starting next Monday.
Also scheduled for next week is the 15-16 and 17-18 AABC state tournaments.
Later this summer, the 7-8-year-old World Series comes back to McDonough.
Coaches or tournament officials are reminded to report their scores to the Daily by calling 770-478-5753 Ext. 280. Information must be reported by 10:45 p.m. the night of the game in order to make it into the next day's edition. Game info should include the score, and statistics regarding key hitters and pitchers.