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April 10, 2012

SPORTS IN BRIEF: April 11, 2012

CHARLESTOWN — >>BASKETBALL

Hoosier Hills Hoops spring league deadlines approaching

The Hoosier Hills Hoops Spring Basketball League for high school-aged boys and girls will be held on Sundays between April 29 and May 20 at Charlestown Sports Arena.

Registration costs $90 per player if completed by April 11, or $100 per player thereafter.

Space is limited. For more information and to print a registration form, go to www.charlestownpiratepride.com/bbcamps.htm or www.hoosierhillshoops.com.

>>SPRING SPORTS

Pirate Pride spring preview now online

Pirade Pride Sports Broadcasting’s 2012 Spring Preview Show can now be seen on its website.

The video production features interviews with Charlestown softball coach Kevin Zollman and Charlestown baseball coach Ricky Romans make appearances.

To watch the preview video, visit www.charlestownpiratepride.com.

 

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