Superior Little League to Host Cornhole Tournament

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By Mila Besich-Lira

 

The Superior Little League recently elected their officers for the 2012-13 season. The league held elections in Sept. The board will be hosting a Cornhole Tournament this weekend to help cover utility costs during the upcoming season.

Elected to the board were Armida “China” Denogean – President, Martin Navarrette – Vice President, Sonya Estatico – Vice President, Virginia Alonzo – Secretary, Vanessa Navarrette – Treasurer, Michael Alonzo – Safety Officer and Steve Estatico – Field Maintenance. The board is also looking for volunteers to serve as the equipment manager and chief umpire.

Over the summer when the Town of Superior had to cut back their community partnerships the League learned that they would have to begin covering the utility costs throughout the year because the Town would no longer be able to provide financial assistance.

The League will be hosting a series of additional fundraisers to cover those costs. “We are hoping through fundraising and extra donations we won’t have to raise registration fees.” explained League Treasurer Vanessa Navarrette.

The Cornhole tournament will be held this SaT. at the US 60 Park. Registration will begin at 11 a.m. with the tournament starting at 1 p.m.

Registration is $20 per team and cash prizes will be awarded to the first and second place teams. For more information on the tournament or to make a donation contact Armida “China” Denogean at 480-215-3116 or Steve Estatico at 928-961-2192.

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