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Discussion: Southwest Championship Fields

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April 13, 2012
Men's 60
1712 posts
Southwest Championship Fields
Checking out the list of complexes. Cheyenne???? Has this been redone, or the same old dump? Isn't Cheyenne the complex with the light poles in the middle of the outfield? Silver Bowl???

What happened to Lorenzie and Desert Breeze, two of the better places to play? This is a step backwards.
April 13, 2012
Men's 65
599 posts
NO, Lorenzie had the light poles in the outfield. Not anymore, complete new softball 4 field complex several years ago. Desert Breeze is still the same.
April 13, 2012
Men's 60
1712 posts
I;ve been told Cheyenne has been redone and is decent. It did have light poles in the outfield. So did Lorenzie, but it is now beautiful. Also heard Silverbowl is a dump.
April 14, 2012
Men's 65
1912 posts
Silver Bowl and Cheyenne will NOT be used for this year's Southwest Championships. Desert Breeze and Desert Bloom are not available due to pre-existing bookings by Clark County.

The "inventory" of what has been made available to us is:

Big League Dreams (6) - Tuesday thru FRIDAY only
Lorenzi (4)
Doc Romeo (3)

Shadow Rock (4)
Hollywood (2)

Arroyo Grande (4)
Dos Escuelas (2)
Russell Road (2)

SESSION #1 - Will play at Big League Dreams and Arroyo Grande only.

SESSION #2 - Field assignments pending.

April 14, 2012
Men's 60
1712 posts
Thanks Dave.
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