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DateHardhitters Baseball TournamentsGenderFeeFormatSanctionLocation
May 19/20, 2012May ClassicBoys
$5003ggMoses Lake, WA
July 7/8, 2012Moses Lake ChampionsBoys
$5003ggMoses Lake, WA
Sept 1/2, 2012Fall Wood Bat ClassicBoys
$5003ggMoses Lake, WA
Sept 22/23, 2012Lead OffBoys
$5003ggMoses Lake, WA

1st Team Award / Shirts / MVP / 4 All Tournament 2nd Team Award / Shirts / MVP / 2 All Tournament 3rd Team Award / Shirts / 2 All Tournament 10 Player All Tournament Team Tournaments Are Open To All Teams From Any State TOURNAMENT ENTRY CUTOFF IS ONE (1) WEEK PRIOR TO START DATE


Paul Lauzier Fields Moses Lake, WA

PLAYERS CODE OF CONDUCT Hardhitters Baseball is committed to the principles of good SPORTSMANSHIP. Help us promote good sportsmanship by following these guidelines 1. I will not engage in any kind of unsportsmanlike conduct with any opponent, official, coach or spectator. 2. I will treat other players, officials, coaches and spectators with respect. 3. I will remember that we are playing for fun and to learn sport skills, not just to win. 4. I understand that doing one's best is more important than winning. 5. I will learn the rules of the game. 6. I will listen to my coach and follow instruction. 7. I will shake hands with my opponents following games. 8. I will have FUN!! PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT Hardhitters Baseball is committed to the principles of good SPORTSMANSHIP. In order for your child to get the most out of a game it is important that you follow these guidelines to help promote good sportsmanship 1. Display good sportsmanship at all times. Don't make derogatory comments to coaches, officials, or players of either team. Encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches and officials at every game, practice or other youth sports event. 2. Be supportive of your child by giving positive encouragement. Show interest, enthusiasms and support for your child. Point out what they do well. Positive reinforcement goes a long way. 3. Let your child play the game for themselves. Don't try to coach your child during the contest. The stands are not a place to shout personal instructions. 4. Respect the coaches' decision and abilities. Don't advise the coach on how to coach. Don't force your kids to decide whether to listen to you or the coach. 5. Support the coaches and officials working with your child in order to encourage a positive and enjoyable experience for all. Remain in the spectator area during games. 6. Get involved with the team. Cheer for your child's team. Applaud good plays; don't dwell on bad plays. 7. Be in control of your emotions. Stress fair and sensible play and the importance of the team. 8. Help your child enjoy the youth sports experience by doing whatever you can, such as being a respectable fan, assisting with coaching or providing transportation. 9. Thank coaches, officials and other volunteers who conducted the event. 10. Sit back, enjoy the game and watch your child have FUN!

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