YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Runs were at a premium last Saturday as pitchers dominated the third annual Wifftoberfest Wiffle ball tournament organized by Yorkville Sports Association. Competitive teams traveled from the Bronx and beyond take home the top prize of $200. A portion of the proceeds from the event were donated to Alliance for Safe Kids (ASK), a Yorktown based non profit which represents all sectors of the community working together to provide a safety net for the youth and families within the community.
Yorkville Sports Hosts Third Annual Wifftoberfest
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