Dixie Youth Baseball

Hilton Head Dixie Youth Baseball tournament championship postponed until Sunday

Minors Super District finale to be played at 3 p.m. Sunday at Crossings Park

sports@islandpacket.comJune 29, 2013 

The threat of thunderstorms Saturday evening on Hilton Head Island has postponed the championship game of the Dixie Youth Baseball Minors Super District tournament.

The game, originally scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, has been moved to 3 p.m. Sunday at Crossings Park on Hilton Head Island. Beaufort East will face off against undefeated Hilton Head Coastal to decide the winner of the tournament for 9- and 10-year-olds.

Admission is $5.

Dixie Youth Baseball Hilton Head Minors Super District Tournament

At Crossings Park, Hilton Head Island

Admission: $5

Tournament Glance

Monday

Game 1: Beaufort East 19, Hampton/Varnville 6

Game 2: Beaufort American 9, Walterboro 5

Game 3: Bluffton Nationals 14, Bluffton American 2, 4 innings

Game 4: Hilton Head Coastal 11, Hilton Head Atlantic 10

Tuesday

Game 5: Hampton/Varnville 16, Walterboro 15, Walterboro is eliminated

Game 6: Hilton Head Atlantic 14, Bluffton American 4, Bluffton American eliminated

Game 7: Beaufort East 4, Beaufort American 1

Game 8: Hilton Head Coastal 3, Bluffton Nationals 0

Wednesday

All games postponed

Thursday

Game 9: Hampton/Varnville 8, Bluffton Nationals 1, Bluffton Nationals eliminated

Game 10: Hilton Head Atlantic 7, Beaufort American 2, Beaufort American eliminated

Game 11: Hilton Head Coastal 6, Beaufort East 1

Friday

Game 12: Beaufort East 12, Hilton Head Atlantic 6, Hilton Head Atlantic eliminated

Game 13: Hilton Head Coastal 10, Hampton/Varnville 0, 4 innings, Hampton/Varnville eliminated

Saturday

Game 14: Beaufort East vs. Hilton Head Coastal, ppd., rain

Sunday

Game 14: Beaufort East vs. Hilton Head Coastal, 3 p.m. (Field 3)

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