Some of Evansville's most famous and familiar faces were ready to give you an 'An Evening to Remember Evansville Lip Sync Show', but unfortunately the weather is not cooperating.


Announcement From The Highland Challenger League

We are very disappointed to make this announcement. The lip sync show scheduled for today at Bosse Field has been canceled due to the weather. We tried to find a way to get it in but Mother Nature didn’t cooperate. We are planning an indoor event in the near future for this event. We really wanted our first one to be at Bosse Field as did they. If you purchased tickets please hang onto them as they will be good for our makeup date and venue. We will be announcing that date and location hopefully next week.
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Trophy Day Location Moved

The announcement was made that the location for Trophy Day had been changed. A decision had been made to move the event indoors, specifically to Thompkins Middle School. The organizers assured everyone that the essence of the event would remain intact. Participants were encouraged to wear costumes and bring a bag or bucket for collecting candy, with the option of using provided bags in case of any oversight. Minor adjustments to the game schedule were also mentioned. The Blue/Gold game was scheduled for 1 pm, followed by the Red/Purple game at 2 pm. While acknowledging that a gym might not be the most preferred setting, the organizers emphasized their commitment to ensuring that all participants receive their trophies and have an enjoyable experience.

Everyone Can Play Ball

The Highland Baseball Challenger League believes in the power of inclusivity. This adaptive baseball program is dedicated to serving youth between the ages of 3 and 18 who face physical and intellectual challenges. Every child deserves to experience the joy of sports, and individuals of all abilities to join the team. No family faces financial barriers, and no player is ever turned away.

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