Berkeley Little League will host their annual game under the lights this Monday night, featuring the Central Regional Golden Eagles vs. Manchester Hawks.

Not only is the game meaningful to the two squads battling for 1st place in the B-South division, but also for the family and friends of 9 year old little league player Jason Nasr.

Bob Everett, president of Berkeley Little League, says Nasr, who was sidelined this year due to a serious illness, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

During the game, there will also be a 50/50 to help Jason’s family with their medical bills.

To make the night even more special, the Central Regional Chorus will be singing the National Anthem and the concession stands will be selling $1 hot dogs.

As far as the game goes, Manchester can wrap up the B South title with a win.  Central Regional needs a win Monday night plus another later in the week against Barnegat to get a share of the title.

The game will be played on Leiter Field at the Moorage Baseball Complex.  First pitch is 6:30 p.m.