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& Wrona Brothers Spoke
The Collinsville Cardinal Homerun Club cordially invites you to attend
the annual baseball DIAMOND DINNER
and silent auction on Saturday January 27, 2007 at 6:30pm at
the Middle School.
and Bill Wrona will be the guest speakers. Tickets are $50. Table
of eight $300. (R.S.V.P. by January 18, 2007 to Brian or Cheri Harr
the CHS baseball team, parents and friends Saturday were (L-R) CHS Head Baseball
Coach Tony Reeder, KTUL TV Channel 8 Sports Announcer Ruben Diaz, and former
major league baseball players Rick and Bill Wrona.
a few of the 2007 CHS baseball team members are shown below. A few others were
playing basketball for CHS at Pryor.
Diaz was emcee for the evening at the Collinsville baseball boosters' fund raiser.
Wrona spoke to the high school players about his baseball experiences.
Reeder, Bill Wrona and Ruben Diaz
With the baseball banquet (at the middle school) overlapped with the chamber
banquet (at the high school) I missed much of what the keynote speakers
had to say at both locations. -- Ted
From Coach Reeder's
- Bill Wrona graduated
from Bishop Kelley in 1979, played baseball at the University of Miami,
played for several major league teams in the 1980s
- Rick Wrona was
a 1982 Bishop Kelley (Tulsa) grad and played at Wichita State before
several seasons in the major leagues until 1998.
- The CHS baseball
field will be presented an award soon as the "Regional Field
of The Year" for the east half of Oklahoma.
- Just 5 weeks
from opening 2007 baseball season (with a few scrimmages before that).
- Lost several
seniors from last years 30-7 team and anticipates more of an underdog
role for his young team this year but no less expectations for success.
- New press box
and permanent seating still under construction.