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Rick Hammock

San Antonio, TX

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, May 22, 2016
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: getting 3 games vs our 5

JB, we were told at the managers meeting that if we left we would not be refunded and would only receive a partial credit towards a future THCC tournament. The reason given was "because the tournament had been started". No games played and no chance of playing Thursday. We were also told we'd be contacted later in the day with a revised schedule. No calls, text, or emails were ever sent or received. Finally got ahold of Keith around 6:30 pm and was told to show up at 8:00 am ready to play. Total confusion reigned with only 3 games played in an abbreviated format. Cheap awards (50 cent patches) and no partial credits given. Texas State Championships will be our last tourney this year if THCC is involved.
, July 2, 2013
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Texas State Championships - How were the fields and other Facilities?

Along with all the comments above, the awards for division winners was once again a polo shirt or a Senior Softball hat that were not representative of the entry fees or a State Championship/TOC qualifying tournament.

Additionally, as a division winner the director notified us that the forms for "optional" rings were not available as well as the form for the all tournament player recognition. The tournament has been on the schedule the entire year, how hard should it be to have the complete prize package available at the tournament???
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