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Feb. 4, 2004
10 posts
I am still trying to find out if the LVSSA and the SSUSA have resolved their conflict over tournament dates. When is LVSSA having the 65 age group Championship?
Feb. 4, 2004
Men's 40
27 posts
Championship tournaments for all organizations in the Summit are here:
Feb. 4, 2004
Men's 60
52 posts
too bad that these associations didnt get together to resolve the dates. the teams that plan to attend at this time in sept/oct. have some choices to make. 1) choose by fees ?, 2) choose by numbers of teams attending each one? 3) choose by who runs the best tournament keeping the players in mind? 4 ) who will get the better fields ? 5) what else??? pls add your comments. HOPEFULLY THEY will get their stuff together and resolve this mess to avoid future conflicts.
Feb. 5, 2004
59 posts
tvp: LVSSA for 65's. Downs, ECM-65's, Seattle. I have had a number of contacts with both organizations. No, they have not resolved their differences, however, here are the 65's specific dates: SSWC Sept. 26-29 and LVSSA Oct. 4-6. NOW, the other adverse impact for 65's is Huntsman, Oct 4-7. Hope this answers your concerns.
Feb. 8, 2004
10 posts
Downs- Thanhs for the info on the tournaments . I just got the list of all the Nationals. We do have a conflict in the 65 group. By the way do you know who the EP's from Tacoma are? they are ratrd major+ and I never heard of them.
Feb. 26, 2004
Number 13
15 posts
Both 60's and 65's must choose only two of three Sept/Oct year end tourneys - that is poor planning.

Part of that could be solved see below

Am I right when I look at tournaments for end of year and see 60's dates are same for both SSWC and LVSSA ? And, am I also right when I see 65's dates are the same for LVSSA and Huntsman. Have not looked real close but it appears LVSSA could gain by putting 65's where they have 60's and 65's would be OK for all three. Seems a shame that both 60's and 65's will have to make a choice of which to play and which to skip.
March 1, 2004
59 posts
Response to tvp, lvssa Feb. 8th:
tvp: sorry I failed to notice your question regarding EP's from Tacmoa, WA. I have been in Senior Softball 5 years and I live between Seattle & Tacoma and never heard of them. I don't think there ever was a EP's.
Seals, huh? Easy on us Emerald City - 65's this year, OK? Jim -catcher.
March 4, 2004
Art Peterson
Men's 65
3 posts
To typ regarding the "EP" 65+ team from Tacoma listed as major-plus. There never was a team like that. I emailed SSWC to tell them but we will see if EP is deleted from the national ranking. Art Peterson, Emerald City Masters 65+ (we sometimes have been labled as being from Tacoma).
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