WEST ORANGE, NJ - A friendly throwback baseball game between West Orange PAL and Mountaintop coaches, players, and supporters, took place tonight at Degnan Field. While PAL beat Mountaintop 8-4, the fun was most definitely in the playing and celebration of Wotown's 150th birthday. Don't forget the fireworks and events on the WOHS football field, starting at 6 p.m. tomorrow, which will close the week-long series of Sesquicentennial events.
West Orange PAL, Mountaintop Coaches Square Off in Friendly Game
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