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October Fest 2014

In The Net & Harrisburg Lacrosse Present October Fest 2014

October 25 & 26, 2014

Just 10 minutes from world famous Hershey. The tournament is held at In The Net Sports Complex. Teams will play on the regions most premier irrigated natural grass fields, indoor and outdoor full size artificial turf fields and neighboring grass fields in Campbelltown.

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Take your team to Hershey Park while here, In The Net has awesome discount rates and our staff will arrange your game schedule to give your team the opportunity to ride the park's 7 roller coasters.

Tournament Cost

  • $750 if registered & paid on or before September 1, 2014
  • $850 if registered & paid after September 1, 2014
  • Deadline to Register is October 4, 2014


Age Brackets

U9 through High School Varsity

Tournament Format

Tournament is a 4 game guarantee, 2 games on Saturday and 2 Games on Sunday.

Request early games if your team is attending Hershey Park

Opportunity for Student Intern - 2014 Season!

Sports Publishing and Marketing

Earn Top Commissions in One-Quarter the Time

Work at Your Own Pace on Your Schedule

Job Title: Student Intern
Reports to: Marketing Manager and Media Manager
Compensation: Straight Commission, with Revenue Tier and Progressive Bonuses

Primary Responsibilities

  • Identify youth sports teams to develop Team Yearbooks.
  • Work with players on those teams to develop and post their sports resumes online.
  • Work closely with players, parents, and coaches in approaching local businesses to advertise in Team Yearbooks and to sponsor players in producing their sports resumes.
  • Research and compose stories for posting online and in print publications.
Please reply to County Baseball Publications through our Contact form.

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