Most of our rep teams are now complete with the exception of a couple of teams needing one or two players. Please follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates.
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Try outs are just around the corner. Some changes this year due to COVID 19. All players must be pre-registered to participate, an email will go out in advance regarding start time of registration, parking lot to park in, as well as other details. Please note, only players are allowed at the field. Parents must remain in their vehicles and all players and parents are expected to maintain social distancing. Check in for tryouts will be at the diamond you are attending. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID up to or during the tryout period, please contact Jill Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pre registration can be found on our site at www.surreystorm.com. All registrations are confidential.
It has been an interesting year to say the least and while we are not back to totally normal on the field, we do have some business to take care of off the field. On Thursday, July 30th, we will be having our annual general meeting. We will be trying something different this year and will be doing the meeting over Zoom due to COVID 19. The meeting will begin at 7:00 PM and the Zoom Meeting details are:
Meeting ID: 980 4899 7148
This year, we are proposing to increase the number of executive members for the Surrey Storm Fastpitch Association from 7 to 9. This will allow us more horsepower at the top of house to work on a variety of initiatives as well as reduce some of the workload for some of our executive roles.
We also have two executive members not coming back next year as they move on to other opportunities. Corry Clark, Secretary and Kyley Wilcott, House Director have done a massive amount of work for the association over the years and will be missed immensely. We wish them all the best but we will be leaning on them still as we transition.
So we will have at least 4 openings on our executive if the proposal to increase executive is passed. We are hoping by giving this notice that people will have a chance to think about this opportunity to be directly involved with their child’s association. We rely heavily on volunteers to make this all happen. We are really hoping that some House and Rep B parents are interested as we do not have good representation from these areas.
If you have any questions about the role of executive members, you can reach out to email@example.com.
As we get ready for the upcoming 2019/20 season, it’s time to wish our 01A team all the best as they move on the the next stage of their lives. Under the tutelage of Mark Riske and his coaching group, the team has had much success over the years. But their greatest successes are still to come. Congratulations to the following Storm 01 Girls who have committed to playing softball at the next level in college and university.
Kennedy Galley, senior with Yale Secondary School, Kennedy has committee to Iowa Central College to play outfield.
Ally Stewart, a senior at South Delta Senior Secondary school Ally has committed to Iowa Central Community College as an outfielder.
Sidney Sansegret, a senior with Yale Secondary School, Sidney has committed to McCook community College in Nebraska to play 2nd Base.
Emma Cindrichk, a senior with Yale Secondary, Emma Cindrich has committed to McCook community College in Nebraska. Emma Catches and plays Third Base
Sammi Markovich, a senior at Westview Secondary School, Sammi has committed to the new UBC Okanogan program starting fall of 2019.
Emma Moreno, a senior at Walnut Grove Secondary School, Emma has committed to Div 1 George Mason University in Virginia to pitch.
Grace Messmer, a senior at Lord Tweedsmuir and a member of the Canadian Junior National Team, Grace has committed to Div 1 Oregon State University.
Good luck in the next steps of your softball careers, your education and everything else life brings you.
As we get updates on the rest of the team, we will let you know. #
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