The West Allis Wolves select teams are offering baseball and fastpitch softball programs for youth in grades three through eight.
The Wolves started three years ago through the West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation Department with the assistance of Neal Crawley, a former bullpen catcher for the Milwaukee Brewers.
The Wolves are run through the city, so they are nonprofit and work solely on private donations and fees paid by parents.
With the help of volunteer coaches, the teams have experienced some success. The eighth-grade Wolves won the 2014 Badger Spring Classic Tournament, and the Lady Wolves U-10 black squad took second place at the Mukwonago Tournament.
The fourth-grade team is hoping to play in a week-long tournament at Cooperstown, New York, in two years.
For more information, contact Paul Reed at email@example.com or (414) 581-3228, or visit the website, WestAllisWolves.com.
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