County’s Midland Indians win CABA national crown

The Clermont County based Midland Indians won the Continental American Baseball Association (CABA) 18-under Wood Bat World Series. It was the second consecutive national championship for the squad.

The World Series was played this month in Charleston, S. C.

Head coach Andy Ey’s team completed its outstanding campaign with a 28-12-1 record.

The Indians, who are also members of the Southwest Ohio League, play their home games at Midland Field, that is located just west of Amelia High School in Batavia Township. The Clermont County team’s schedule consisted of round-robin contests throughout the summer.