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Fulton Little League Team Sec. 2 Champs, Needs $5,000 To Attend NYS Championships Monday

Fulton Little League’s Intermediate Team won the District 8 Championship last week and followed that up with a Section 2 Championship July 3, said David Dingman, coach.

“Following that game there was little time for celebration as we were informed that we need to be in Montgomery, NY on July 8 for the NYS Championship Tournament. To make that trip, we need to raise $5,000 to cover our expenses,” he said. “The NYS Tournament runs from July 9 through July 15. The team was obviously not prepared for a week-long stay just outside of NYC. We are doing everything we can as fast as we can to raise the money to get the team and coaches there on Monday.”

They ask that you please try to support one or all of the following events/activities:

  • Bottle and Can Collection – Return all your bottles and cans to the Three Little Pigs and say they are for this team – if you need them picked up let us know
  • Candy bar sales at the Fulton Wal-Mart
  • Car Wash – Come give a donation and get your vehicle washed at Lakeview Lanes Saturday from 1 to 7 p.m.
  • Business Donation – Businesses or individuals who would like to make a donation can contact coach Dingman (598-7485) or coach Randy Cotton (593-2284)

“If the team is successful, they will have 4 days before having to go to Long Island for the Super Regional for 8 days. If successful there they would have to go to California for the World Series,” he said. Why Not US!!

The Fulton Little League Intermediate Team is Section 2 Champions. To make the trip to the NY State Championship in Montgomery, NY, on Mon., July 8, they need to raise $5,000. Team members are: Nolan Bonnie, Will Caster, Cole Cotton, Nick Dingman, Austin Flemming, Jacob Geitner, Bryce Guernsey, Josh VanHorn, Malcolm Wettering, and Kameron Whipple. Coaches are Randy Cotton, David Dingman, and Larry King. Businesses or individuals who would like to make a donation can contact coach Dingman (598-7485) or coach Randy Cotton (593-2284).

The Fulton Little League Intermediate Team is Section 2 Champions. To make the trip to the NY State Championship in Montgomery, NY, on Mon., July 8, they need to raise $5,000. Team members are: Nolan Bonnie, Will Caster, Cole Cotton, Nick Dingman, Austin Flemming, Jacob Geitner, Bryce Guernsey, Josh VanHorn, Malcolm Wettering, and Kameron Whipple. Coaches are Randy Cotton, David Dingman, and Larry King. Businesses or individuals who would like to make a donation can contact coach Dingman (598-7485) or coach Randy Cotton (593-2284).

“We would like to thank you for any consideration you give to this urgent cause. The kids have worked hard and are playing well. Currently they are sitting at 15-1, winning their last 13 games outscoring their opponents 180 to 20.”

Team members are: Nolan Bonnie, Will Caster, Cole Cotton, Nick Dingman, Austin Flemming, Jacob Geitner, Bryce Guernsey, Josh VanHorn, Malcolm Wettering and Kameron Whipple. Coaches are Randy Cotton, David Dingman, and Larry King.

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