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Concord Baseball Youth Day and Skills Camp Set for March 10

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ATHENS, W.Va. -

Sunday, March 10 will be Youth Day at Anderson Field when the Concord University Baseball team takes on Seton Hill University in West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference competition.

Children are encouraged to attend the game and stay afterwards to participate in a free skills camp conducted by the Mountain Lions. There is no admission fee to attend CU baseball games.

Concord and Seton Hill are currently scheduled to play a nine-inning contest Sunday beginning at 12:00 p.m. with the youth camp starting shortly after the conclusion of the game.

In case of a schedule change that would turn Sunday's single game into a doubleheader, the camp would be conducted at the end of game two. Cumountainlions.com will announce any schedule changes as soon as the information becomes available.  

Concord and Seton Hill are slated to start the weekend with two seven-inning games 12:00 p.m. Saturday. The Mountain Lions and Griffins were predicted to win their respective divisions in the WVIAC preseason coaches poll.

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