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2008 Texas Half Century (Cancelled)

Baytown, TX

Sept. 26 - Sept. 28, 2008
Director: Keith Parker, (903) 315-6374, E-mail


Tournament Format

Note: The tournament director reserves the right to combine divisions of three or fewer teams within one age level and/or skill level. The tournament director will make every effort to notify managers when divisions have to be combined.

To All:
Due to the damage and lack of facilities in Baytown in the aftermath of Hurricane IKE, the Baytown tournament has been cancelled. 
Due to the SSUSA World Championships in October, in Phoenix, this tournament will not be rescheduled or moved to another location. 
The Texas Half Century Club State Championships will be at Keist Park in Dallas, November 7-9, 2008. 
We plan to have the information for the State Championships up on the website within the next two weeks.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of our Senior Softball Brothers in and around Houston.  Please join us in lifting them up each day.
Keith Parker
Mid-South Regional Co-Director

Keith Parker, Mid-South Regional Co-Director
(903) 759-9421 (work)
(903) 315-6374 (cell)

Jim Cary, Mid-South Regional Co-Director
(903) 759-9421 (work)
(903) 241-4384 (cell)

CLICK HERE for the Texas Half Century Web Site

Dates of Play

Men's 50
Friday, Sept. 26 - Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008
Men's 55
Friday, Sept. 26 - Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008
Men's 60
Friday, Sept. 26 - Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008
Men's 65
Friday, Sept. 26 - Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008
Men's 70
Friday, Sept. 26 - Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008
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