LAST NIGHT FOR PICTURES!
Tonight, Thursday, April 17th, is the last night for pictures.
If you haven't had your team's photos taken yet, please contact us today to get on the schedule for tonight! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The photographer's will be set up near the T-Ball fields - Field 5.
A photo purchase is not required, but we do ask that all players try to participate in team photos. These team photos are included in a sponsor thank you plaque and a Team Manager thank you plaque and we would like to have the majority of the team and coaches in the photo. We are aware that it is difficult to accommodate every schedule but we are trying to make this as convenient as possible. Thank you to In the Zone Photography for rescheduling and working with our teams for a pleasant photo experience.
KBall and TBall Divisions do not have end of season tournaments.Machine Pitch, Minors, and Intermediate division tournaments will be schedule for May 3rd - May 16th. Tournament brackets are being prepared and will be posted on the schedules tab as soon as they are ready. Seeding will be entered at season end once all games are final and scores have been posted.Juniors division tournaments to be determined.
WARNING!! COMPOSITE BARREL BATS MUST HAVE BBCOR STAMP TO BE LEGAL IN INTERMEDIATE AND JUNIOR/SENIOR DIVISIONS!
If you play Intermediate or Junior/Senior and have a bat with a composite barrel without the BBCOR stamp (regardless of the BPF 1.15 stamp), you have an illegal bat! All other, non-composite (alloy) barrel bats (2-1/4" or 2-5/8") must have the BPF 1.15 stamp to be considered legal in Intermediate and Junior/Senior Divisions!
In Little League Major and Minor Divisions, 2-1/4" Composite barrel bats must have BPF 1.15 stamp.
For more information about bat rules go to:
Montgomery's Intermediate 50-70 National All Star team WON the Texas East, Section 2 tournament vs. Kountze! They advance to STATE starting on July 13, 2013
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