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Monessen hosting Pony tournament

| Friday, July 6, 2007 12:00 a.m

MONESSEN — Mon-Yough Pony League is hosting a five-team, 13-year-old all-star tournament, starting today, at City Park.

The double-elimination event starts 3 p.m. with Shaler taking on Moon at 3 p.m. I the 5:30 p.m. nightcap, Eastern Ohio plays North Fayette.

Mon-Yough received a first-round bye and plays the winner of the Eastern Ohio-North Fayette contest on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.

Composing the Mon-Yough squad are Josh Chaussinand and Kyle Imbrescia of Monessen; zach Smalich, D.J. Hudik, Neil Brant, Rock Vargo and Robert Gondura of Perry; Cody Kerley of Rostraver, Michael Beveridge of Donora; Brooks Watkins of Charleroi; Josh Barota of Sewickley, Aaron Matya and Collin Rote of Mt. Pleasant, and Nick Rancourt of Hempfield.

The team is managed by Stan Koper, who is assisted by Herb Kerley. John Watkins is the business manager.

The tournament director is Don Novak.

Games will be played through Sunday with the championship game set for 3:30 p.m.

If the unbeaten team loses in the finals Sunday, then a second game will be played Monday at 5:30 p.m.

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