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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

HYA Fall Baseball Registration Begins June 20

Courtesy City Of Milton

HYA Fall Baseball Registration Begins June 20
Online registration for the Hopewell Youth Association's 2009 fall recreational baseball season at Bell Memorial Park will begin on Saturday, June 20. There are three phases of registration:
Phase one: Begins June 20 for all Milton residents.
Phase two: Begins July 4 for all Hopewell Veteran Players (regardless of residency.)
Phase three: Begins July 18 for open registration.
Fall registration will close on Saturday, July 25 and a $25 late fee will be charged for any available registrations after that date. Registration fees will be published on the HYA Web site prior to the start of registration.


PLEASE NOTE: Based on the continued success and growth of our baseball program we anticipate that many age groups will reach capacity so we urge you to register as soon as possible.

Skill assessment will be held on Saturday, Aug. 8 and practices will start on Saturday, Aug. 15. Opening day is Saturday, Aug. 29 and the season will end during the week of Nov. 2.
For more information visit
Hopewell Baseball.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Latest rumor, two female council looking to end travel baseball in Milton. Say it's not fair.

Anonymous said...

Aren't Karen Thurman's children grown adults?

Anonymous said...

Yes, so it must be the other two females, or the ones with long hair? Does anyone know if their sons made the travel team? If not then maybe they should stay out of the issue because of a conflict of interest.

Anonymous said...

It wouldnt happen to be that Zailey-Bailey woman, would it?

Anonymous said...

Don't you read the papers...Bailey has come around. Council is like a well oiled travel team.

Anonymous said...

But her son didn't make it?

Anonymous said...

Hey, Enloe's: Remarks about anyone's children shouldn't be permitted. Have you 2 become so desensitized by this blog that you think it's okay to allow such comments? CLEAN IT UP!

Anonymous said...

Hopewell little league baseball was much simpler 35 years ago.