Santa Maria Indians Outlaws High School Baseball League: Calling All Elite Athletes!

Brief Recap of the Fall Ball Season Sponsored by High School

The Santa Maria Indians Outlaws baseball organization is sponsoring a fall ball season for high school players. Players are invited to bring their own team or be placed on a squad, with a $25 player deposit required. Assessments will take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. during an open practice at Elks Field in Santa Maria. Games will be played every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through October. For more information, contact Jimmy Melena at 805-714-6018.

The original Santa Maria Indians organization has returned to its home city after several years in Templeton as the North County Indians. The team will play its home games at Elks Field and participates in the Collegiate League. The first game of the season is against the San Luis Obispo Blues on Friday at Sinsheimer Field in San Luis Obispo, followed by a doubleheader against the East Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday at Elks Field. The first game starts at 1 p.m., with the second game scheduled for 4 p.m.

Pioneer Valley athletic director Anthony Morales will receive a lifetime service award from the California Wrestling Hall of Fame at a ceremony at the Double Tree Hotel in Fresno on Saturday. Reception will be held from 4 p.m.-5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 6 p.m., Morales serves on CIF Central Section Board of Managers and Executive Committee, he is President of California Wrestling Hall of Fame and public address announcer for CIF State Wrestling Championships for over 24 years, announcing various wrestling championships as well as Kenny Cress who is sports reporter for Santa Maria Times covering local sports in northern Santa Barbara County, contact him with story ideas or information via KCress@SantaMariaTimes

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