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Discussion: Texas State Championship

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June 15, 2008
Capt Kirk
516 posts
Texas State Championship
Does anyone know the results of the 60's and 65's games on Saturday?
June 15, 2008
Men's 70
499 posts
I watched the Dallas Spurs beat OOPS, then lose to the Alamo City Legends.

By the way, Kiest Park is one of the nicest facilities I have seen in this part of the country.
June 16, 2008
Men's 60
162 posts
Kiest Park is one of the nicest facilities you could play in. My congratulations to THC/SSUSA on picking this site. Fields were good, the grounds crew deserved a special thanks for working on the fields inbetween EVERY game. Guys, it was hot out there and they did a magnificent job on the fields and making sure we had plenty of water. Best grounds crew I have seen in 8 years. Overall the umps did a great job. My congratulations to all the winners who move onto TOC. It was a fun weekend. Good to see a lot of guys I hadn't seen in a while. One of the reasons we go to these tournaments. Thanks THC/SSUSA and Kiest Park officials.
Christian Bros Auto
June 18, 2008
Men's 70
291 posts
I agree, GT, that Kiest Park was a nice facility, but as an infielder I had some trouble with ground balls... They seemed to skip rather than bounce... I'm not sure if the problem was just me or the type of dirt on the infields... Did anyone else notice this?
June 18, 2008
mad dog
Men's 65
4153 posts
fields were great unless you had to play on the back 40 (fields 6 and 7),was pulling rocks out of the batters box.
June 18, 2008
Men's 60
88 posts
Thanks #19, i've been looking for a reason i missed that
double play oportunity against the san antonio legends
June 18, 2008
Men's 70
291 posts
Tough luck, Oreo, but I can't use it to explain the popup I dropped!!!... The wind was swirling???
June 18, 2008
223 posts
I was a coach with the team that won the 50+aaa Tex. Thunder . We had one bad bounce that jumped over the shortstops head, but the fields were great.The water coolers were never empty,always full.The umpires were way above average.The field workers were great they even ran down homerun balls on their golf carts. Where has this complex been with all the times we have been to the Dallas area, a national championship could be held there.A very special thanks to Dave from SSUSA, and to Keith, when i got home that night results were on the web site WOW .I hope this means that SSUSA will return to Texas.Thanks again . First Class Top Shelf
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