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West Orange: Sports High 5 — June 13, 2019

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Despite falling 4-3 to Seminole County on a wild pitch Tuesday, June 4, Winter Garden Squeeze’s Wesley Faison (Texas State University) went 1-for-2, with his lone hit being a two-run homer. He also accounted for a run
by: Troy Herring Sports Editor

1. Starting Saturday, June 15, West Orange Little League All-Star teams will take on the best of District 14, as they participate in the district tournaments for each age group. The schedule is as follows: 9/10 All-Star (hosted by Dr. Phillips) from June 15 to 20; 10/11 All-Star (hosted by Winter Garden) from June 21 to 27; 11/12 All-Star (hosted by Winter Garden) from June 21 to 27; 13/14 All-Star (hosted by Winter Garden) from June 21 to 27; and 15/16 All-Star (hosted by Dr. Phillips) from June 15 to 20.

 

2. In the Winter Garden Squeeze’s 8-6 win over Seminole County Wednesday, June 5, shortstop/second baseman Marcus Judd led the way at the plate for the Squeeze. He went 2-for-3 with 2 RBI while also scoring once. Five other Squeeze players brought in one run apiece. The win bumped the Squeeze to 2-3 on the season.

 

3. Throughout the summer the Winter Garden Fencing Academy — located in downtown Winter Garden — welcomes kids from elementary through high school to give the sport of fencing a try. For more information, contact Winter Garden Fencing Academy at (407) 347-3807.

 

4. Despite falling 4-3 to Seminole County on a wild pitch Tuesday, June 4, Winter Garden Squeeze’s Wesley Faison (Texas State University) went 1-for-2, with his lone hit being a two-run homer. He also accounted for a run. The game was Faison’s first of the season for the Squeeze.

 

5. Central Florida Archery Inc. in Winter Garden is offering an “Intro to Archery” program for kids ages 7 to 12. For $30, kids will get the chance to take in an hourlong session that includes 30 minutes of technical training and 30 minutes of shooting. For more information, call Central Florida Archery at (407) 485-0498.

 

Troy Herring is the sports editor at the West Orange Times and Windermere Observer. He is a graduate of the University of Mount Olive (BS '12) and the University of Alabama (MA '16)....

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