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We will NOT be selling beer for the remainder of the season. Our permit for this week didn't get approved
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All events at Don Edwards Park today are cancelled due to weather (Collegiate Game and Youth Try-outs).

Last chance for Youth try-outs is tomorrow at 7pm. Please arrive 15 mins early to register.
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A late start for the Settlers made the game close, but no cigar
Emily Moore

Licking County (12-19) almost caught up to the Graders’ push ahead, but Galion (15-17) proved victorious in a 5-7 game.
The Graders struck first, scoring two runs in both the first and the second inning.
Keeping the Settlers’ bats quiet through the first five innings, the Graders scored two more in the top of the sixth.
In the sixth inning, Lance Mays changed the Settlers’ tempo and sailed a homer high over the right-field fence, scoring Sebastian Samuels.
On the hill for Licking County, Craig Prince made a statement and struck out five, threw six fly-outs and threw six ground outs with seven hits in six innings.
In the bottom of the seventh, the Settlers got in a rally, starting with Zac Repinski hitting a single, followed by Miguel Pimentel hitting a single up the middle.
Noah Hahn stepped up to the plate to hit a single down the third-base line to score Repinski and Pimentel.
Galions’ effort to stop the Settlers’ bats by changing pitchers, but Sebastian Samuels did not get phased as he ripped a single to left to score Hahn.
The Graders scored one more in the top of the ninth, with two outs, to get an insurance run against Licking County.
The Settlers finish the two-game series against the Graders away tomorrow at Heise Park; first pitch at 7:05.
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We finally return Home tonight at 7:05!!! Every game for rest of season will have playoff implications on the line and we need your help!!

We will have 11 Hog raffles tickets left to sell and we are drawing tonight. You don't have to be present to win and tickets are $10. First and second place get half of a processed hog while third place gets $200. If you can't attend tonight's game but want a ticket please message us and we can arrange getting money from you. We can ship the processed hog as well.

LETS GO SETTLERS!!!
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It was a awesome night at the GLSCL All Star game. Our very own Noah Hahn was in the starting lineup at 2nd base for the South team. Noah was 1 for 2 with a run. He represented the Settlers with a lot of class today and all season long as a mentor to our youth players. Congrats Noah on a special night!! Big thanks to the players from the Showcase this afternoon staying along with Noah's host family and some Settler fans for being there and cheering for Noah. We had some free time and played some wiffle ball as well!! ... See MoreSee Less

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