Youth Baseball: Tri-County Baseball adds Pony Division

by Scott R Schultz

Youth Baseball: Tri-County Baseball adds Pony Division

After expanding to include a softball division to their ranks last season, the Tri-County Baseball and Softball League has now added a Pony division to their baseball roster of teams.

Braidwood, Dwight, Elwood, Gardner-South Wilmington, Pontiac, Seneca, and Wilmington will all have teams represented in the League.

The division is for 13 and 14 year olds, with rules that take players a step closer to the High School level of play.

Tri-County has previously fielded teams from the Pinto, Mustang, and Bronco levels.

About PONY Baseball and Softball -

PONY Baseball and Softball is a non-profit organization with headquarters in Washington, Pennsylvania. Started in 1951, PONY organizes youth baseball and softball leagues and tournaments, as over 500,000 players annually play PONY in over 4,000 leagues throughout the United States and over 40 countries world-wide.

For more information on the Tri-County Baseball and Softball league, visit their website at


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