Online Store Button
CCC Baseball to Partner with McPherson’s Mt. Hope Sanctuary
Apply Now
Latest News
Gardner, KS – The governing body appointed James Belcher as chief of the Gardner P..

Students pursuing an online Bachelor of Science - Health & Human Services degree with Centra..

McPherson, Kansas - The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the inauguration of Dr...

Meghan W/ Quote

CCC Baseball to Partner with McPherson’s Mt. Hope Sanctuary


CCC Baseball to Partner with McPherson’s Mt. Hope Sanctuary
Article by Jeremy Nelson

McPherson, KS – October 26, 2015 – Beginning Monday evening November 2nd, the CCC baseball team is playing their annual “Black and Blue Fall Classic”, a best of 7 game inter-squad scrimmage. Teams for the scrimmage will be selected via a player draft, and will be managed by assistant coaches Thomas Kellner and Jon Herbig. All games will be played at Tiger Stadium (Light Capital Diamond).

The schedule of games is as follows:

Game 1 Monday, November 2, 7:00 pm

Game 2 Thursday, November 5, 7:00 pm

Game 3 Saturday, November 7, 2:30 pm

Game 4 Tuesday, November 10, 7:00 pm

Game 5 Thursday, November 12, 3:00 pm *if necessary

Game 6, Friday, November 13, 7:00 pm *if necessary

Game 7, Saturday, November 14 2:30 pm *if necessary

Admissions to the games are free, but the Tigers are asking for freewill donations at the gate, with all proceeds going to support Mt. Hope Sanctuary in McPherson. There will be a concessions stand where the Tigers will be selling snacks and drinks as well as some CCC Baseball gear. Proceeds from all concessions stand sales will also go to help support Mt. Hope Sanctuary.

CCC Head Coach, Derk Kremer, who is in his second year as the Tiger skipper, hopes that this will be an opportunity for his team to make a positive impact in the McPherson community, and that the guys will see that there more in life beyond the game of baseball. Mt. Hope Sanctuary, Inc. is a non-profit, Christian ministry providing transitional housing, life-changing programs and support services to single women and their children. 

For more information about Mt. Hope Sanctuary, click here.


No Very

Captcha Image