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New baseball league in process for area

Harold Bailey
Guest Writer
Washington County News

HOLMES AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES - Plans are currently underway in the development of a North Florida Baseball League that will extend from Pensacola eastward to Jacksonville, Florida.

The League will include the upper most 33 counties of Florida and consist of 2 divisions: the Panhandle Western Division (Districts One and Two) and the Big Bend Eastern Division (Districts Three and Four), each Division Separated by the Apalachicola River,

For the areas of Washington and Holmes counties, players would participate in the Panhandle Western Division against counties such as Jackson, Walton, Escambia, Santa Rosa. Bay and Gulf.

The purpose of the League is to establish a venue for those who have completed their high school baseball career and who have a desire to continue playing the game into their early 20's and beyond In an organized and highly competitive baseball league.

For more detailed information about the League, including franchising teams in each of the four districts for the 20-21 baseball season, please contact Greg Vickers at 850-253-5107 or by email at gregvickers@gmail. You may also contact Harold W. Bailey at 850-508-3329 or by email at nannyandpop@yahoo.com.