National Softball Association
It's not quite an annual thing, but it's getting there.
CROWN POINT | They really know how to play ball in Crown Point, and that means they need a lot of ball fields.
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HAMMOND | Northwest Indiana will soon be host to approximately 10,000 players, coaches and family members traveling for the 2012 National Softball Association Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball “B” World Series.
VALPARAISO | The city will play host this summer to a national sporting event that promises to infuse the region economy with nearly $2 million.
Indiana's South Shore, the area between Chicago and New Buffalo, offers attractions, beaches along the Lake Michigan shoreline, restaurants and thousands of hotel rooms for travelers. More than $247 million in wages (in the Lake County alone) are directly dependent on the hospitality industr…
HAMMOND | The National Softball Association "B" World Series is coming back to Northwest Indiana.
CROWN POINT | Last season the Crown Point 12U girls' softball team took the top spot at the National Softball Association's "B" World Series with just nine girls on the roster.Now the Bulldogs are fully loaded, a year more experienced and primed for their first national tournament.
SCHERERVILLE | Hall of Fame baseball manager Earl Weaver always claimed that the best play in the sport is the three-run homer.
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