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Prospect Meadows ready for busy month

The people who run the concession stands at Prospect Meadows are ordering plenty of extra hot dogs and sports drinks, because the complex will be really hopping in the next month. Perfect Game will be staging a string of major baseball events at Prospect Meadows from Aug. 30 through Sept. 30, with several hundred teams…

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McQuillen plays key role at Prospect Meadows

Troy McQuillen lives a very short distance from Prospect Meadows on the north side of Marion. A wrestler and football player in high school, he could probably jog the short distance from his home to the facility. “I’m 1.3 miles away from the complex,” McQuillen said Saturday during one of his many stops at Prospect…

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Miracle League season begins with big smiles

The Kiwanis Clubs of Marion, Cedar Rapids and Hiawatha have poured an immense amount of time, effort and money into the special new Miracle League at Prospect Meadows. It’s been worth every minute. “Oh, totally worth it,” Byron Tabor, the president of the Kiwanis Miracle League, said Saturday after the fall league began with two…

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Icemen finish season strong

They’d come up short at other tournaments during the summer. But the WWBA 16u Prospect Meadows National Championship was going to be different. That’s what Justin Gominsky and his team kept saying as they fought seven grueling games to reach the championship. There, the MN Icemen took home the trophy with an 8-1 victory over the…

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Illinois commits reign supreme

Playing at a higher level is something nearly all athletes strive for. At the the WWBA 16u Prospect Meadows National Championship, nine total players in attendance have already committed to play baseball at the next level.  Of those nine, three – Jared Comia and Ryan Moerman of Cangelosi Sparks 2021 Black and Camden Janik of Pro Player Canes-Matsie – will be…

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Rays leave 17u WWBA winners

The GRB Rays and Cangelosi Sparks 2020 Black are no strangers to one another. They’ve already faced off three times this season and once at the WWBA 17u Prospect Meadows National Championship. There, Cangelosi won a 9-6 slugfest in pool play. The championship game, though, proved to be much different as the GRB Rays emerged…

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Prospects ride no-hitter to semis

St. Louis Prospects Scout Kirchner only had one loss going into the quarterfinal matchup of the WWBA 17u Prospect Meadows National Championship. In their very first match of pool play Go Pro 2020 Daly dealt them a 5-1 loss. It didn’t bother them, as they went on to win five straight games. The St. Louis…

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Windy City blows past foes

All white uniforms may be every baseball mom’s worst nightmare. But not having the opportunity to get them dirty and losing is far worse. Windy City Herbert’s aggressive play and overpowering offense made sure they got dirty during their last game of pool play at the inaugural WWBA 17u Prospect Meadows National Championship. Beating Go…

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Vukovich wins with mentality

There’s been a lot of buzz at the new Prospect Meadows Sports Complex at the 17u WWBA National Championship. But one player has garnered attention and accolades like no other.  AJ Vukovich sure has the talent to be named a PG All-American. The 6-foot-5, 210-pounder plays both the infield and outfield corners. His bat is a…

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Rays ‘scratching the surface’

In baseball, the heart of the team lies with who is on the mound. The GRB Rays of Windsor, Wis. have plenty of pitching prowess on their 17u squad, beginning with Vanderbilt commit’s Ryan Stefiuk start on day one of the 17u WWBA Prospect Meadows National Championship.  At the event, the class of 2020 boasts 155…

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