Super Bowl Slugfest

February 5th through February 7th
Centralia, Washington

JANUARY 15TH – INDOOR EVENTS: The WEST REGION has not advanced to phase 2, therefore, we will be cancelling our games scheduled for January 22-24th. Next update will be provided January 22nd. The Friday one week prior to the scheduled start of games we will be notified if the NW Sports Hub will be available based on whether or not their region is in Phase 2. If they are in Phase 2, we will be able to schedule games and we will notify teams that Friday if the games are on. There will be a limit of 24 players, coaches, and parents per team and everyone in the building needs to wear a mask while not actively playing. Streaming options will be available. ALL OTHER SCHEDULE EVENTS: As long as regions move into phase 2 we will be hosting games. We will need to restructure our weekends to eliminate the tournament environment but we will be able to schedule competitive games in regions who are actively in Phase 2.

TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

  • AGE DIVISIONS9U, 10U, 11U, 12U
  • MAX ENTRIES24 Teams - games will conclude by 1pm Super Bowl Sunday
  • LEVELSAAA and Majors
  • ENTRY FEE$500.00
  • GUARANTEE3 games
  • FORMATDetermined by amount of teams per division
  • FIELDSNW Sports Hub - indoors/turfed
  • SCHEDULETeams must be available to play Friday by 5:00pm
  • GATE FEE$10.00 for weekend pass
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Who’s Coming

11/24 Team Slots Filled: Entries are not secured until team is registered and paid.

Available8U Division9U Division10U Division11U Division12U Division
1Nisqually EliteDriveline AcademyBulldogsSavage BaseballDriveline Academy (AAA)
2Eastlake ArsenalO-Town Bombers (AAA)Nisqually Elite (AAA)Twin Pines (AAA)
3New Level XtremeDriveline Academy (AAA)Syndicate-Riot Sports (AAA)
4Kitsap Osprey (AAA)
5Twin Pines (AAA)
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Schedules/Scores

  1. No outside food or drinks. Refillable water bottles are allowed and there is a full service restaurant located inside the NW Sports Hub.
  2. $10.00 gate fee (cash only) for anyone 13 years old and up. Coaches and players are free.
  3. All games are 70 minutes (clock starts at the plate meeting). There is not a lot of time between games. Please be ready to get your stuff moved into the dugout and have your players ready to go in order to stay on time.
  4. In the last inning or last declared inning – the losing team will bat first. If the do not tie or take a lead, the winning team will bat until time expires.
    1. If there is still time remaining after the winning team bats, we will continue play.
    2. A new inning starts as soon as the final out of the previous inning has been recorded.
    3. The last declared inning will be any inning starting under the 15 minute mark.
    4. Bracket games requiring a winner will go to a bases loaded – 1 out tie breaker
  5. 8-10U games the first color break on the net will be played as the home run fence. For 11-12U games the second color break will mark a home run.
  6. The ceiling net will be played as a live ball (as if it were the sky) while all other netting will be played as a fence.
    1. A ball caught of the ceiling net will be ruled an out.
    2. A ball that lands in fair/foul or rolls fair/foul after bouncing off the ceiling net will be ruled accordingly.
  7. A coin flip will determine home and away.
    1. If you are playing back to back, you will be home in the second game in order to give everyone adequate time to get ready and be prepared.
  8. There is a max of 5 runs allowed per inning. Any runs scored after 5 will not be counted. The last inning or last declared innings will not have a run limit.
  9. Run rules are 12 after 3, 10 after 4 and 8 after 5.
  10. Pitchers can throw a maximum of 8 innings for the event. Pitchers can throw a maximum of 6 innings in a given day. Once a pitcher throws more than 3 innings they are required one day of rest. 1 pitch constitutes and inning pitched.

FOR ANY AND ALL QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS THAT COME UP DURING THE GAME – PLEASE FIND THE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR TO GET RESOLVED. ONCE THE NEXT PITCH IS THROWN THERE IS NOTHING A TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR CAN DO.

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