STARTING THIS FALL SEPTEMBER 1ST, OUR REGISTRATION YEAR CHANGES FROM JANUARY 1ST- DECEMBER 31ST TO SEPTEMBER 1ST THRU AUGUST 31. THIS CHANGE WAS MADE BY THE NATIONAL OFFICE.
Stay Safe and Well!!
PLEASE SEE THE UPDATED TOURNAMENT INFORMATION BELOW. 6/4/20
After visiting with our 17 District Youth Commissioners and the USA Softball of Oregon Board of Directors the past few days, it was agreed that the best thing to do was to cancel the State Tournaments for this year. There were several factors which included availability of fields, limits on number of people, social distancing requirements, etc. It also involved bringing teams in from all over the State. The commissioners felt it was better to let individual districts schedule some games between local teams and use the safety precautions required by the Oregon Health Authority. We also wanted to protect our players, coaches, parents, and staff. We looked at the possibility of moving the State Tournaments to August, but there just were not enough open dates. The governor still wants to limit travel as much as possible until we see where everything goes with Phase 2.
We are working with tournament directors to focus on local invitational tournaments that do not require a lot of travel or an overnight stay. This schedule will go thru August and continue with our normal fall schedule. Please keep checking Tournament USA Softball https://gfp.tournamentusasoftball.com/91/ for updates. For questions regarding your registration status, contact your local commissioner at https://www.usasoftballoforegon.com/page/show/4698563-local-youth-commissioners or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
USA Softball of Oregon will have to cancel all of our tournament thru June. Plans are in the works for a return to some kind of play when most of the counties enter phase 2 of the recovery plan set out by the Governor. We are expecting more in depth guidelines to come put shortly.
Please keep your families safe and healthy and we will see you on the fields soon.
We highly recommend that teams cancel any practices until the medical community can get a better handle on addressing the Coronavirus situation.
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