Hi SCOLL Family, We are still looking for Rookie, Minor and Major League Players! So please tell everyone you know and share this post too!Anyone interested cand find more information and even Register Online here!
Hi SCOLL Family, We are still looking for more Rookie Players!You can find more information and even Register Online below!We also need more Minor and Major League Players and Coaches!You can find more information Here:
We are going to paint our Dugouts tomorrow July 10th from 9am-12pm.
If anyone is looking for some volunteer hours stop on by.
The more the merrier! There’s always something to do to help make our Park and Diamonds beautiful!
We will also be available for In-person Registration.
We are still looking for Rookie Ball Players, we are also looking for more Minor and Major League Players and Coaches!
You can find out more information about those 3 Leagues and also RegisterOnline here.
If you’d be interested in Coaching on our Minor and Major Leagues you can email:
Martin Talbot (SCOLL President) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Tim Simmons (SCOLL Vice President) email@example.com.
City has shutdown all parks for the remainder of the day. Baseball is cancelled for today.
Hi SCOLL Family,
We are going to be painting our Dugouts next Saturday July 10th, from 9am-12pm.
You cam email any one of us if interested.
Martin Talbot (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Simmons (Vice President) email@example.com
BJ Gyselinck (Safety Officer) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi SCOLL Supporters,
We still need Girls for our Girls Softball U16 Division.
If interested you can check out the details here:
We still need two more Coaches.
One for Rookie Ball, Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 6:30pm-8pm.
One for Major League, Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 6:30pm-8pm.
If interested please email:
Tim Simmons at email@example.com.
Hi Major Players,
We are at the Front Diamond at SCOLL tonight from 6:30pm-8pm.
Rain or Shine! If there is Lightning and we can’t practice, please still show up for your uniforms and a meet and greet.
Hi All. Here is the guiding to playing outside in extreme heat.
Heat Anytime the temperature is above 32 degrees C, provide plenty of water, shade and rest periods during games and practices.
Encourage players to drink small amounts frequently. If you observe any player exhibiting signs of heat related illness (cramps, fatigue, light- headedness, nausea, vomiting or headache), you must remove the player from the field immediately, place in shade and hydrate. If symptoms do not improve immediately, seek prompt medical aid. Drinking Guidelines for Hot Day Activities Before: Drink 8 oz. immediately before exercise During: Drink at least 4 oz. every 20 minutes After: Drink 16 oz. for every pound of weight lost Dehydration signs: Fatigue, flushed skin, light-headed. What to do: Stop exercising, get out of sun, drink Severe signs: Muscle spasms, clumsiness, delirium I recommend that you break down your practice so they have a water break every 15 mins.
Thanks Your 2021 SCOLL Executive Committee!