Bangor - The annual Snowball softball tournament, which was supposed to be played a few months ago, was finally put on the field today. A bunch of teams filling up the Union Street Athletic Complex in Bangor. Of course, all the games were played for a great cause, autism awareness. David Huffstutler is the tourney organizer and has been working hard to make sure this event went down today.
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