Lions' Legend

100 Inning game

by: Juan Fortique

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On February 10, the Lake Nona Baseball program will be having a 100 inning game. This event is a fundraiser that takes place every year in order to get the baseball program new gear such as jerseys, pants, socks, stirrups, helmets, practice jerseys, and hats. Every player is required to pay $250. That includes both Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. The JV team is required to be there at 7:30 in the morning and they will play up until 11:30. Then after that, they will pick up their uniforms. The Varsity team shows up early to pick up their uniforms before they start to pay and they also help around on the field.

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