2015 Burlington Blast –1 Day Tourney’s
(2 Dates) 10U Sun. 6/7 or Sat. 7/11
(3 Dates) 12U Sun. 5/3, or Sat. 5/16, or Sat. 6/6
14U Sat. July 25
(2 Dates) 16U Sat. 6/6 or Sat. 6/13
-Minimum of 3 Games-1 day. 4 team Round Robin, or 6-8 Team Bracket Play. Locations TBD. Schedules released 1 week prior.
-B/C Level teams looking to get in more games.
-$240.00/team. Full Refunds available if rained out. Multiple Team discounts.
-Winning team players get Championship award.
-Standard ASA rules apply. All age groups have option of continuous batting order and defensive substitution. See attached rules that may apply.
-(2) Umpires for each game.
-Contact Scott Behnke to reserve your spot. (262) 206-8286, email@example.com.
Send in bottom portion w/ payment:
Team Name: _____________ Age: (10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, 18U) Date: ______
Coach Name: __________________ Phone #: _____________
Email Address: ___________________ Cell #: _____________
Make checks to: Burlington Blast. Send to 345 Indian Bend Road, Burlington, WI 53105.
Must provide: Proof of insurance, and roster prior to 1st game.
Refunds- Money refunded in full if all games rained out. No refunds after tourney starts.
Questions: Contact Scott Behnke (262) 206-8286, firstname.lastname@example.org
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 12U BLACK BLAST ON WINNING THE WARREN WAVE WIPEOUT TOURNAMENT!
GREAT SEASON 42-4-1!!! WAY TO GO 12U BLAST!
Burlington Blast Mission Statement
The Burlington Blast Softball Program exists to help children from Burlington area in the development of positive life skills and self-concepts. Our mission is to provide safe, and enjoyable opportunities for all participants.
It is our mission to teach the basic skills and fundamentals of the sport, in preparing these players to be able to play fairly and competitively. Where all children will have the opportunity to expand their skills to play competitively in high school softball or beyond if they choose.
Finally, it is our mission to ensure that each child has a positive, rewarding experience while participating in the programs, and that each child will learn the importance of sportsmanship, teamwork, honor, and integrity while sharing with their coaches and teammates the emotions of success and failure.
Selfishness on athletic teams looks like this… 1) putting your needs ahead of the teams needs… 2) not using all your gifts (less than your best attitude or effort)… 3) making decisions away from the team that could negatively impact the team or your family. SELFLESSNESS is essential for successful teams and families.
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