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Sept. 30, 2010
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leval of play
can anyone tell me how to improve the number of 70's teams in the midwest tournament's
Sept. 30, 2010
277 posts
Don't know where you are playing but we had SEVENTEEN 70's teams (10 AA, 7 AAA)and EIGHT 75's at last June's BUCKEYE CLASSIC (non-qualifier independent tournament)in Barberton (Akron) Ohio and ten 70's the previous year when we were an SSUSA Qualifier.

Also know the SPA tournament in Columbus, Ohio had SIX 70's and EIGHT 75's in July.

If you want more information, list your e-mail address or phone number and I will contact you.

Sept. 30, 2010
Men's 70
40 posts
If they had a better rating system on the 70 team it would. The team i play with is a 70 team for 3 year. We played in the southeastern natl. in polk co. we had to play 60 team with no run or no 11th man. that is a little unfair i think. Ten year is big difference in senior softball.
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