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April 15th, 2005
April 15th, 2005

The First Week is in the Record Books

The Sechelt Minor Fastpitch Softball League just finished our first week of a ten week game schedule for the new baseball season. It had to be one of the coldest weeks on record for April, however, the rain held off and we managed to get most of the scheduled games in for the week in all of the divisions. The Mite Division had one cancellation on Tuesday night and the PeeWee Division cancelled a game due to players attending a school field trip on Wednesday.  These games will have to be rescheduled at some point by the coaches and umpires.

I know some of the parents were excited to see their kids playing T-ball for the first time, and starting their baseball careers. We are hoping to get more stories from coaches, parents and fans to share with you as the season progresses.

All of the players are still getting to know each other and it will take a while before the coaches get the positons and batting order figured out. Over the next couple of weeks everyone will have played against each other once, and the teams will know where they need to improve.

The umpires are trying their best to be fair and impartial.  We have some new kids that just completed the umpire´s clinic and were out umpiring games this past week.  It´s great to see their enthusiasm and dedication to the game, as a lot of the umpires play for teams in older divisons. Everyone must remember: sportsmanship is very important whether you´re winning or losing. Let´s not forget to thank the umpires at the end of the game.    

Good Luck to all teams in week two of the baseball season!

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