Dear Bay Port Baseball families and supporters,
We want to thank all of you for your support of our youth baseball program. It was with a heavy heart that we had to make the decision to cancel our golf outing this year. We look forward to this event each year and connecting with the community off the diamond during our golf outing and celebration. After several meetings and researching many health and safety guidelines and recommendations related to the Covid-19 Pandemic, we did not feel we could safely and successfully have this event this summer.
This event is a big part of our program and a fundraiser that helps us provide many things like maintaining facilities, tournament entry fees, equipment, and the Pirate Baseball Training Academy. This is all made possible with the great community support and donations we receive from events like this. A very special thanks to Steve Johnson at S & K Accounting and Tax Services. Our very own Varsity Legion coach and Pirate Club Vice-President, donated $5000 to help off-set the loss of revenue. Thank You Steve !!!!!
We all hope for better days ahead and look forward to planning for our 2021 Golf Outing and Celebration. We thank you for your continued support.
Pirate Baseball Club
Every year the Pirate Baseball Club provides an opportunity for over 200 Howard-Suamico boys to participate in tournament baseball. This program is for boys with the skill and/or interest to participate in a competitive tournament environment. There will be tournament team opportunities for grades 1st-9th. Tournament teams will participate in tournaments throughout Wisconsin during the summer. Tournament Team practices will be offered once or twice a week from Feb through July. Practices will be used to improve individual and team skills. It is not mandatory that your son attends every practice and/or tournament; however, regular attendance is highly encouraged. Tournament Team members are required to continue their participation on their regular league teams.
Understand that the same objectives as league play – skill development, sportsmanship, and having fun will be a priority, however, winning will become a higher priority during tournament play competition. Parents will have to evaluate their son’s level of interest and skill when deciding to participate on tournament teams.
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