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PO Box 4802
Hailey, ID 83333
Legion Players and Parents
I have really great news! The school board has given us approval to starting using Founders field. We are starting to get it in playing shape. This will be a big project and we will need help.
I would like to thank Brian Nelson for his help in scheduling games for all three teams this summer. Brian had to work the schedule twice. One time is hard enough. The Wranglers will play approx 25 games, Spurs will play 12 and Gauchos will play 8. The schedules are posted on the website for you to see. We are working on maybe a couple more games for Spurs and Gauchos and will let you know if we can pull it off. We will be playing a lot in house to increase the reps players will get.
I look forward to seeing all of you June 3rd. It’s been a long road to get here and I am so glad I get to say PLAY BALL!!
Any questions please reach out to me.
Legion Parents and Players, I have a good update to share with everyone. This week we got the word from the Idaho American Legion that we will have baseball this year. We also got the OK from BCSD to use the fields this season. Idaho has moved into stage 2 of the reopening according to Gov Little. This means as a program it’s time to get the ball rolling and get ready for a season. This year will be very different for all of us. It will take the whole program working together to keep each other healthy and safe. We will have to wear face coverings during practices and games. We have ordered custom WR face masks and buffs that will be part of the uniform. Sanitizing the dugouts, equipment and other areas of the fields will be a big undertaking for all of us. That being said I want to stress that the health and safety of all players, coaches, umpires, fans and families are of upmost importance to me and all of the WRBSA this season. I want the decision to be made as a family if your player will play this year. This will not be a risk free season! Every step will be taken to minimize the risk but you will assume the risk if you play. We will have strict guidelines that will have to be followed. Waivers for both Legion and WRBSA will need to be signed before playing as well as all the other releases for Legion. As we move as a state towards Stage 3, I will be asking everyone to sign up as soon as possible so we know how many players we will have this year. I am hoping for 3 teams this year. A varsity, JV and 13 year old team. Each team will have a max of 15 players so tryouts might need to happen. I am going to schedule individual team meetings the last week of May to have discussion about the season. Games will start in Stage 4 after the 13th of June. This will give us a couple of weeks to practice and get ready to play. Fees for this year will be as follows. The 13’s(Gaucho’s) fee will be $275 for approx 12 games plus districts, Wrangler’s will be $400 for approx 25 games plus districts and Spurs $300 approx 20 games plus districts. I am trying to reschedule the games from early June that were canceled and possibly add a couple games. Please look on the www.woodriverbaseball.com website to sign up and print all the forms to bring to the meeting. It is also with great excitement that I am announcing that we have two new head coaches for the program. Juan Martinez will be the Wranglers head coach and Jordan”Big Jay”Moeller with be head coach of the Spurs and Gauchos. Please welcome them to the program. Assisting them will be Andi Ruiz and Skyler Jensen. And Greg Carter. We will round out the coaching staffs as we move forward. If anyone wants to help contact me. Players it is up to you to “Find a Way” to get yourself in shape so you are ready to go when we can take the field. STAY OFF FOUNDERS AND NELSON FIELD! As soon as we finalize all the paper work for BCSD we will open the batting cages and fields. If anyone has questions or concerns please feel free to contact me. Time to Play Ball! Keith Potter Legion Director 208-720-7666 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for sticking with us through this ever-changing environment. The WRBSA Board met and the consensus was to follow the guidance from the state county and city, which we will be posting on our website.
These standards are still currently in-flux and as soon as we have definitive information we will put it out.
Officially we still have 3 tournaments left in our schedule but we have *no guarantee* yet, we will be attending them.
We are also planning on some local scrimmages and maybe a locals only tournament that should be a lot of fun. Please email or call me with any questions.
I would like to Welcome the Humphreys family to WR baseball! Their 2 sons Cooper and Charlie will be trying out for the 10u team.
Dustin Stone, Allstar Director
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