SMSL would like to thank all the people that made this weekend go!!

Parent and coaches for their patience. Executive for their hard labor and long hours

to make this weekend go in the rain.

And special thanks to Bryan Kosteroski and the SASA ground crew to help make

the diamonds playable.

And all the ball players who played in the rain.

 

 

Squirt A Girls - Hustler Gold - Twin City Angels Silver

Squirt B Girls -  Hustlers Gold – Lasers Silver

Squirt C Girls -  Hustlers Gold – Raiders White Silver

Squirt Boys - Fury Selects Gold – Diamond Dogs Silver

Peewee A Girls -  Hustlers Gold – Phantoms Silver

Peewee B Girls - Outlook Rivercat’s Gold – Raiders Silver

Peewee C Girls - Lasers Gold – Twins City Angels Silver

Peewee Boys - Thunders Selects Gold – Warman Panthers Silver

Bantam A Girls - Twin City Angels Gold – Phantoms Silver

Bantam B Girls - Twin City Angels Gold – Raiders Silver

 

 

COACHES THE UMPIRE ASSIGNOR DOUG SCHULTZ IS

HAVING SOME HEALTH ISSUE SO PLEASE CONTACT

TAMMY NORDBY AT: 

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Cell phone number is: (306) 222-7231

 

 

ALL TEAM ARE IN THE LEAGUE PLAYOFFS 

JUNE 24,25 &26. 2016

ALL GAMES WILL BE AT GLENN REEVE FIELDS.

UNOFFICIAL SCHEDULES ARE NOW POSTED!!!

THEY ARE UNDER THE TOURNAMENT TAB/CITY PLAYOFFS

 STANDINGS ARE NOW UP AND UNDER THE STANDING TAB.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

June 24,25 & 26,2016 - League Championship -EVERY TEAM WILL PLAY THAT WEEKEND

SQUIRT TO BANTAMS

July 8,9 & 10 - Provincials 

 

 

 

  

 

Letter from a Volunteer Coach

 

Submitted By Kelly Beamish on Monday, June 01, 2015

"Today I heard a comment made about me behind my back. I started to turn around and look, but then decided better of it and kept my eyes on the field.

My wife hears things like this more often than I do, because many of you don’t know who she is. She tells me what you say. I have received... angry emails, full of “suggestions,” about who should be playing where and how I... lost that day’s game for the kids. I thought I’d write an open letter to all of you parents, even though I might never send it. I’ll start it this way: “I am a volunteer.”

I’m the one who answered the call when the league said they didn’t have enough coaches. I understand that you were too busy. I have some news for you. I’m not retired. I’m busy too. I have other children and a job, just like you do. Not only do I not get paid to do this – it costs me money. I see you walk up to the game 15 minutes after it started, still dressed for work. Do you know I’ve already been here over an hour? Imagine if you had to leave work early nearly every day. I’ve never seen you at a practice. I’m sure you’re plugging away at the office. But I’m out here, on the field, trying my best to teach these children how to play a sport they love, while my bank account suffers.

I know. I make mistakes. In fact, maybe I’m not even that great of a coach. But I treat the kids fairly and with respect. I am pretty sure they like coming to my practices and games, and without me or someone like me, there’d be no team for them to play on. I’m part of this community too and it’s no picnic being out here on this stage like this. It’s a lot easier back there with the other parents where no one is second-guessing you.
And I also know you think I give my son or daughter unfair advantages. I try not to. In fact, have you ever considered that maybe I’m harder on him than on the others? I’m sure he hears plenty of criticism at school from classmates, who hear it from you at home, about what a lame coach I am. And if, even unconsciously, my kids are getting a slight advantage because I know them better and trust their abilities, is that the worst thing in the world, considering the sacrifice I’m making? Trust me, I want to win too. And if your son or daughter could guarantee we’d do that, I’d give them the chance.

After this game is over, I’ll be the last one to leave. I have to break down the field, put away all the equipment and make sure everyone has had a parent arrive to pick them up. There have been evenings when my son and I waited with a player until after dark before someone came to get them. Many nights I’m sure you’ve already had dinner and are relaxing on the couch by the time I finally kick the mud off my shoes and climb into my car, which hasn’t been washed or vacuumed for weeks. Why bother cleaning it during the season? Do you know how nice it would be if, just once, after a game one of you offered to carry the heavy gear bag to my car or help straighten up the field?

If I sound angry, I’m not. I do this because I love it and I love being around the kids. There are plenty of rewards and I remind myself that while you’re at the office working, your kid is saying something that makes us all laugh or brings a tear to my eye. The positives outweigh the negatives. I just wish sometime those who don’t choose to volunteer their time would leave the coaching to the few of us who do."

 

 

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