Super-T (U7)



Directors

Name Position Contact
Stephanie Perryman Super-T Commissioner [email protected]

Upcoming Events


Mar. 05, 2023 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Equipment Pickup
PMAP

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Apr. 15, 2023

Opening Day (Planned)
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Planned Opening Day

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Welcome to the Super-T! Super T continues the FUNdamentals of Rally Cap, focusing on the skills and the love of the game.  If your child is born in 2016, then this is the division for you in the 2023 Spring Season.

Super-T is played every Monday and Wednesday from 5:45pm to 7:15pm. There will be 3 Saturdays that Super-T does play throughout the season: (Opening Day in April, Skills day in May and Closing Day in mid-June).

Important Dates for Spring Season:

Finalized Team Formation: March 1st

Pre-Season - March 19- March 31; meet and greets, practices.

Official Season Start - April 1

Opening Day / Photo Day - April 15

Junior Skills Day = May 27

Super T Final Games = June 5-8

 

The season will start in the first week of April and will run for approximately 10 weeks.

The first 2 weeks of Super-T will be practices only allowing the teams to meet each other and their Coaches and learn some basic skills before getting into the swing of the season. Games will be 3-4 innings with players hitting off the tee for the first two innings and having Coaches pitch to them for the last two innings. There are no strike-outs in Super-T, we don’t keep score, and no part of the game is recorded.

Players need a glove, bat, cleats, a helmet with chin strap, and baseball pants. Balls, shirts, hat and all other field equipment will be provided.

Most importantly, with your registration, you are becoming a member of a 100% volunteer run organization. You MUST volunteer to keep the league running. We will be running a Coach’s clinic and meeting in February/March, so make sure you sign up to Coach or Assistant Coach early. If you are unable to coach, there will be a full list of volunteer opportunities provided. On the field, coaches need to focus on coaching, parents need to focus on keeping the kids safe, in line, ready to bat, get the gear, field prep and take down. You should never see your coach setting up or taking down or cleaning up after practice. It is not a lot of work if we all do our part, but it’s an overwhelming amount of work when it falls on just a few people.

Looking forward to seeing everyone on the field! 

 

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