WINONA LAKE - The Village at Winona Blue Laws will host its second annual Huzzah Hoosier Pennant Vintage Base Ball Tournament Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

There will be 10 clubs from around the Midwest coming to Winona Lake to play a total of 20 nine-inning matches in this national-level vintage base ball tournament.

Participating clubs include Village at Winona Blue Laws, Warsaw Fleetfoots, Hobart Deep River Grinders, Marmont Saints, Huntington Champion Hill Toppers, Indianapolis Hoosiers, Indianapolis Blues, Carriage Hill Clodbusters, Ohio Buckeyes and Kent BBC.

Five fields will be in operation, including Tabernacle Field in the Village at Winona across the street from the BoatHouse Restaurant, two fields at Grace College Miller Field Athletic Complex at 1101 Pierceton Road, Chicago Boys Club Field in the Winona Bike Trails Complex at the end of Boys City Drive, and Celebration Field at Celebration Church, 1289 S. CR 250E. Each field will host matches as well as individual competitions such as the Golden Arm Longest Throw, Billy Sunday Speed Contest, Big Lumber Longest Strike, Dead-Eye Accuracy Throw and Soft Hands Juggling Contest.

Strolling musicians Liza and Mark Woolever will provide period entertainment both days. A Saturday evening performance of the one-woman drama "You Can't Play In A Skirt" is free and open to the public. This drama, based on the true life story of Alta Weiss, will be held at the Hillside Amphitheater at 7 p.m.

Event sponsors for the Huzzah Hoosier Pennant are the Village at Winona, Billy Sunday Historical Site Museum, Grace College, Bill and Joan Darr, Al Disbro, Warsaw Rotary and 19th C Base Ball.