Indians get ready to invade Perkiomen Valley

Unionville’s run on a state title starts Saturday

By Dave Conard Sports Editor,


SCHWENKSVILLE—The field is set for the 2012 Southeastern Pennsylvania State 12U tournament set to start on Friday night with the opening ceremonies featuring a slugfest hitting derby skills competition.


Central Perkiomen Youth Association (CPYA) will host the annual event at the Rotary Fields in Schwenksville as the best in southeastern Pa battle for the title.


In the American Pool, District Three champion Langhorne will square off against District Two runner up Harleysville, District Nine champion BYC, District Ten champion Warrington and host Central Perkiomen, with each team playing four games with hopes of qualifying for the final four to take place on Monday, with the championship game to be held Tuesday night, July 10th.


The National pool will consist of District Three runner up Pennsbury, District Two champion Towamencin, District Nine runner up Unionville, District One champion Llanerch Hills and District Ten runner up Tri-Township.


Opening ceremonies will get underway at 5:45 Friday July 6th, Cal Ripken baseball rules will be in force to find more information click on the official web site at


Saturday’s schedule- Unionville vs Towamencin 10:30 am CPYA Majors Field

Llanerch Hills vs Unionville 3:30 pm CPYA Majors Field


Sunday July 8th– Pennsbury vs Unionville 8 am –Rotary Field

Tri- Township vs Unionville 1pm –Rotary Field


The top two spots in each pool will cross over and play for a spot in the final on Monday at 6 pm.

Follow all of the action at through out the entire weekend as we will be covering every Unionville game as the Indians battle for a title

The state playoffs are in full force from U8 up to U12 the Unionville Indians are battling the area’s best.

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