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Discussion: Houston SportsPlex

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June 28, 2014
hoovedog
Men's 50
71 posts
Houston SportsPlex
A car and a truck had there windows smashed and items stolen at the Texas State Tournament Houston Sportsplex today, around noon, if your going to park there, don't leave any valuables.
June 29, 2014
mad dog
Men's 60
3929 posts
what do ya expect for that part of town...fields are crap also.....was there twice last year and both times not the best......
June 30, 2014
MJB
1 posts
Houston Sportsplex should not be used for any Senior Softball tournaments. Wife was charged $5 entry fee for one day. Teams cannot bring coolers with water/gatorade to re-hydrate themselves. Sportsplex overcharges for softdrinks and water. Now, there are vehicles being vandalized. Sportsplex does have a guard tower that overlooks the parking lots. Lot of good it did when it was unoccupied and these two vehicles got their windows smashed and items stolen. Please remove Houston Sportsplex from the list of acceptable tournament complexes.
July 2, 2014
hurdler52
11 posts
I agree with MJB, any time that players and their families can not feel safe in a sports complex, Senior Softball has a duty to find another competition venue for its members. SSUSA should reconsider the use of Houston Sportplex for the future. How about League City's Big League Dreams complex?
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