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Cal Ripken State Tourney begins in Ferndale

Cal Ripken State Tourney begins in Ferndale

The Ferndale and Bellingham Cal Ripken 11-U squads. Joe Martin Field. July 8th, 2014. Photo: KPUG/Photo Credit: Doug Lange

The North Washington 11-and-under Cal Ripken State Tournament gets underway today in Ferndale. The tournament runs through Sunday at the ConocoPhillips Sportsplex baseball fields. It’s the first time Whatcom County has hosted the yearly competition

12 teams will be in action, including local squads from Bellingham, Lynden and Ferndale. The Ferndale team is defending their state title won last year.

A total of 29 games will be played. The championship game is scheduled for 1:00pm on Sunday.

(KPUG Newsroom – Doug Lange)

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