American Legion cards sought
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register are asking area American Legion baseball coaches to submit schedules for the upcoming season if they haven't done so.
Schedules can be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to (304) 232-1399.
World of Outlaws coming to TCS
MIDDLEBOURNE - Tyler County Speedway will play host to the 2nd annual World of Outlaws Late Model Series' Jackpot 100 on Saturday and Sunday at Tyler County Speedway.
The event, presented by NAPA Auto Parts, headlines a four-day holiday weekend of entertainment at the speedway that also includes suport-division racing, music and camping.
For more information, call (304) 771-5661, (304) 771-4883.
Big 12 baseball tourney on top
IRVING, Texas - Regular season champion Kansas State enters the 2013 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship as the No. 1 seed. The event is set for Wednesday-Sunday at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.
First-day matchups include:
Division One: No. 5 Baylor vs. No. 4 Oklahoma - 9 a.m. CT; No. 8 Texas Tech vs. No. 1 K-State - 12:30 p.m. CT
Division Two: No. 6 Kansas vs. No. 3 West Virginia - 4 p.m. CT; No. 7 TCU vs. No. 2 Oklahoma State - 7:30 p.m. CT
FOX Sports Media Group is televising the entire championship to a national audience for the first time. FOX Sports Networks (FSN) will televise the championship final. All games leading up to the final will air on FOX College Sports.
Wild Things fall in Illinois, 2-1
SCHAMBURG, Ill. - The Washington Wild Things fell to the Boomers 2-1 on Sunday afternoon. The game was similar to each of the games between the two clubs over the weekend, with a one-run difference.
Washington's lone score cam when Mark Samuelson doubled to drive in Jovan Rosa.
Starting pitcher Shawn Blackwell took the loss for Washington despite his good performance. The right-hander allowed only two runs on three hits and struck out five in his six innings of work.
Schrader oldes ARCA winner
TOLEDO - Longtime NASCAR driver Ken Schrader became the oldest winner in ARCA Racing Series history Sunday, dominating the Menards 200 at Toledo Speedway.
The 57-year-old Schrader surpassed Iggy Katona as the oldest series winner. The Missouri driver won for the fifth time at Toledo and 16th time overall in the series.
"I love it," Schrader said. "That's five. We'll take it."
Schrader started second in his Chevrolet and led 163 laps
Mason Mingus was second.