Teams from across North America flock to New Carlisle for the opportunity to play on Wiffle®Ball's Grandest Stage and win the prestigious Hometown Cup. This year, the biggest event of the summer will be held on July 25-26. Pool Play is played at the New Prairie Little League complex on Saturday, beginning at 10am ET. Qualifying teams return on Sunday morning for the Hometown Cup Playoffs. The final four teams advance on to Migley Field for the Hometown Cup Finals at 1:20pm
NEW CARLISLE - The Wiffle®Ball Championship returns to New Carlisle, July 27-28, 2019. One of the largest tournaments in the nation, The Championship features ORWBL clubs and other teams from across North America. The event features pool play on Saturday, with the top qualifiers advancing to Sunday's Hometown Cup Playoffs. The final four teams meet at Migley Field in the Hometown Cup Finals, scheduled for 1:20pm on Sunday afternoon. The last team standing is awarded the covet
NEW CARLISLE - The words "traveling trophy" don't mean much to Scott Soos and his Cult West Warriors. Soos and his squad will take the Hometown Cup back to South Bend for a third consecutive year, after an 11-8 victory over the New Carlisle Newts in the title game. Cult West ran through the weekend undefeated for the second straight year and now own a 25-game winning streak in Championship play. Prior to the Hometown Cup Finals, their only win of the tournament that came by
NEW CARLISLE - For the second straight year, the Hudson Lake Heat fell just short of Wiffleball's Grandest Stage. The Heat were eliminated by ORWBL rival Maple City Magic in the Bourissa Hills Regional Final with a trip to Migley on the line. In 2014, the Heat knocked off the ISWB Moonshots in an upset before falling to the Clutch Players, 8-5, at The Palace of Bourissa Hills. This year followed a similar path. Despite only going 2-2 in pool play on Saturday, Hudson Lake pul
NEW CARLISLE - Sitting at 1-3 after Saturday's pool play games, the Bourissa Hills Pterodactyls had no expectations of playing on Championship Sunday. However, when Ruth's Plus One dropped out of their spot in the Hometown Cup Playoffs, the 'Dactyls, sitting at #33, were ready to fill in. Unfortunately, their Sunday experience didn't last very long as the top overall seed and eventual champion Cult West Warriors eliminated the Pterodactyls in the first round. Bourissa Hills
NEW CARLISLE - For the third time in four years, the Maple City Magic reached Wiffleball's Grandest Stage. Maple City went 7-1 on the weekend at Hometown Days and advanced to the Hometown Cup Finals yet again. The Magic were eliminated by eventual champion Cult West in the semifinal round, 22-13. The Warriors also defeated Maple City in the semifinals en route to their first title in 2013. If not for the Cult West era of dominance, three straight Cups and four consecutive app
NEW CARLISLE- For the third consecutive year, Emery's Army advanced to the Sunday single-elimination finals of the City Championship after a solid showing in pool play. And for
the third consecutive year, they failed to show up for their first round game. Now, New Carlisle
Hometown Days is handing down heavy sanctions on the renegade team from Rolling Prairie.
Emery's Army will be allowed to compete in the 2013 and 2014 City Championships.
However, they will be inel
NEW CARLISLE- New Carlisle Hometown Days has announced that City Championship games will be played at two Old Republic Wiffle Ball League ballparks this summer. The
Palace of Bourissa Hills, home of the Pterodactyls, and Migley Field, home of the Newts, will
be used for the 8th annual tournament.
The Palace, part of the New Prairie Little League complex, will host pool play games on
Saturday, July 28 and early rounds of the single elimination finals on Sunday, July 29.