Sullivan County Democrat
Callicoon, New York
March 1, 2013 Issue
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Darder’s Stone Works is one of 12 teams competing in the Delaware Youth Center Benefit Softball tournament to be held this weekend in Callicoon and Cochecton. R&H Gorr is the defending champion.

Benefit softball tourney ‘centers’ on Callicoon

By Fred Stabbert III
CALLICOON — R & H Gorr and Matthew’s on Main are co-sponsoring a benefit softball tournament this weekend, June 15-17 to benefit the Delaware Youth Center.
Games will start at 6 p.m. Friday with action at the Delaware Youth Center in Callicoon and the Cochecton Men’s Club field in Cochecton proper (by the bridge heading into Pennsylvania).
Saturday and Sunday games will be played all day, starting at 8 a.m. and continuing to 6:30 p.m.
“The championship game will start at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon [at the Youth Center],” Jeff Molusky, a tournament organizer said. “If we need a second game, it will begin at 5.” The double-elimination tourney will feature 12 local teams, including: R & H Gorr, Matthew’s on Main, North Branch, Darder’s Stone Works, Kohler’s, Thomas Electric, White Sulphur Springs, Stone Arch, Ronnie’s Ringer’s, Rourke’s, American Electric and Rockland House.
Admission is free and food and drinks will be served. Also, on Saturday, DJ Roc Holliday will perform .
“It’s a great event for a great facility – the Delaware Community Center,” Molusky said.

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