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The 100 inning game fundraiser is one of North City's more popular events of the season. The format is similar to a jog-a-thon except with baseball. Each team is assigned a color shirt to wear all day. Each team will play another color team for 3 innings and then rotate with other teams throughout the day. The final goal is to reach 100 innings of baseball played or as many as possible. The great thing about the day is that you can jump into a game and play with a team with your same color shirt if you like - to get even more baseball playing time. It's a fun time and great community and friend building event and a way to meet people/players from other teams. Most families plan to spend the whole day at the fields with pop-ups, food, drinks and BBQ. Also don't forget, there are team gift baskets that get raffled off as well as a 50-50 raffle
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A North City Lifer Giving back - we are so proud of you Henry!!!!
When Henry was deciding on an Eagle Scout project that would demonstrate leadership while performing a benefit to his community, he thought of the youth baseball experience he had druing is years at North City. He decided to construct much needed sun shades for the Hickman Mustang field. We thank you Henry, for being a tremendous role model for the youth at North City. In his own words below......
My brother, father, and I finished the first base side on December 26!!!! I wanted to do this project because I wanted to give back to a community of people at North City that shaped me and made me who I am today. I played at North City From T-Ball to Bronco. I am a North City lifer. My goal of the project was to help make the facilities even nicer for the families going to watch their children play baseball. My parents were always stuck in the sun when they came to my games. I didn't want that for anymore parents. I can't begin to explain all that North City has done for me through the years. I just wanted to give back to the place that honestly helped raise me.