Having adequate fastpitch pitching is the key to having fun active recreational softball games. So for those LYBSA members that want to work on learning how to pitch fastpitch softball, then the SUNDAY NIGHT PITCHING CLINIC is the place to be. For those more seasoned fireballers that want to get in a little EXTRA work then the SUNDAY NIGHT PITCHING OPEN GYM is the place to be.
AGE: 7 to 10 is the preferable age group (8U, & 10U)
TIME: 5:45 - 6:30 Sunday nights starting next weekend November 22nd and will run consecutive Sundays until about March 1.
PITCHING OPEN GYM
AGE: 11 and up (12U, 14U, etc.)
TIME: 6:30 - 7:30 Sunday nights starting next weekend November 22nd and will also run consecutive Sundays until about March 1.
WHERE: LYBSA Indoor hitting & pitching facility.
PLEASE NOTE: Parents this is not a drop off and leave. Pitchers need catchers so bring a mitt and have some fun. it's fine if one parent wants to catch a couple of kids, but we can not have kids left unattended for others to watch.
It's never too early to begin planning your Travel and All Star tournament schedules for 2016.
For those of you who have never played at our complex before, this is THE PREMIER tournament facility in Michigan! We are home to 11 fields, one stadium with field turf.....if you haven't seen it, you wouldn't believe it's a Youth Baseball/Softball stadium!
You are guaranteed to compete on a perfectly manicured field for EVERY single game, since we drag the field and chalk the lines prior to ALL pool play games as well as bracket play.
2016 Travel Tournament Dates
May 27 - May 30: 3rd Annual Lakeshore Spring Thunder Invitational (moved to new weekend this season!)
TBD: NSA Pirate Treasure Quest (tentatively May 20-22)
TBD: NSA Pirate Invitational (tentatively June 3-5)
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