The third annual Parkview Sports Medicine High School Baseball Series begins next week with a new slate of teams eager to play in what’s been voted the best minor league ballpark in the country.
There will be 12 games to be played between Tuesday and May 5 while the TinCaps are on the road.
Parkview Sports Medicine underwrites the cost of the games, so they cost the schools nothing.
For every $5 ticket sold, $4 will be given back to the schools and $1 goes to the Parkview Field ballpark maintenance and improvement fund.
Some key matchups include conference games between North Side and Concordia (SAC); Wabash and Manchester (Three Rivers); Angola and Prairie Heights, West Noble and Lakeland, and Eastside and Garrett (NECC).
Carroll, now independent from a conference, will face Bishop Dwenger.
Both programs have experienced success with the Chargers’ two state championships. and the Saints coming off a regional championship and a sectional championship in the past two years.