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Important Dates to Remember

12/5/18 - 6:30pm-9pm - December SMGSA Board of Director meeting at Casa del Rey in Sierra Madre. All current SMGSA membership are invited to join.

12/31/18 - Applications are due for those wishing to be a team manager this upcoming spring season. Applications can be found under the Document section and once completed, should be accompanied with a State issued ID and emailed to smgsa@smgsa.org.

1/9/19 - 6:30pm-9pm - January SMGSA Board of Director meeting at Casa del Rey in Sierra Madre. All current SMGSA membership are invited to join.

1/11/19 - Managers announced for the 2019 spring season

1/12/19 - Spring registration closes at 11:59pm.

1/13/19 - Player evaluations FOR ALL PLAYERS IN DIVISIONS 8U AND 10U will be held at Heasley Field. Times are as follows:

  • 8U last names A-M - 10am
  • 8U pitchers and catchers - 11:30am
  • 8U last names N-Z - 12pm
  • 10U last names A-M - 1:30pm
  • 10U pitchers and catchers - 3pm
  • 10U last names N-Z - 3:30pm

1/13/19 - 10am-5pm - Uniform sizing event at Heasley Field. All players in all divisions must be sized for a uniform  UNIFORM AGREEMENT

1/19/19 - 9am-4pm - Manager's training clinic and meeting - Mandatory for all spring managers. Location TBD.  

1/20/19 - Player evaluations FOR ALL PLAYERS IN DIVISIONS 12U AND 14/16U and make-ups will be held at Heasley Field. Times are as follows:

  • 12U - 10am
  • 12U pitchers and catchers - 11:30am
  • 14/16U - 12pm
  • 14/16U pitchers and catchers - 1:30pm
  • 8U make-ups - 2pm
  • 10U make-ups - 3:30pm

1/20/19 - 10am-5pm - Final uniform sizing event at Heasley Field. All players in all divisions must attend one of the uniform sizing events. UNIFORM AGREEMENT

2/1/19 - Team's will be announced

2/3/19 - Pre-season practice schedules announced

2/6/19 - 6:30pm-9pm - February SMGSA Board of Director meeting at Casa del Rey in Sierra Madre. All current SMGSA membership are invited to join.

2/10/19 - Applications are due for assistant coaches and team parents helping in the spring season. Applications can be found under the Document section and once completed, should be accompanied with a State issued ID and emailed to smgsa@smgsa.org.

2/10/19 - Concussion protocol certificates are due for all managers and assistant coaches. Certificates are valid for two years and those who did not obtain one in 2018 can take the brief online course at headsup.cdc.gov. The league does not keep past certificates on file so all manager's and coaches should email their current or newly obtained certificates to smgsa@smgsa.org.

2/16/19 - 1pm to 3pm - All league parent meeting at the Sierra Madre Recreation Room at Sierra Vista Park (Heasley Field). This is a mandatory meeting for all parents in the league and will contain important information regarding the do's and do not's of the spring season. 

2/16/19 - 3pm to 4pm - Team parent's that are volunteering with each team will have a brief instructional meeting at the Sierra Madre Recreation Room at Sierra Vista Park (Heasley Field). This will immediately follow the all-league parent meeting. Important information is given to ensure each team's success during the spring season.

2/22/19 - Spring season practice and game schedules announced

2/23/19 - 6pm - SMGSA Poker Night Fundraiser (details will be announced)

2/27/19 - 6:30pm-9pm - March SMGSA Board of Director meeting at Casa del Rey in Sierra Madre. All current SMGSA membership are invited to join.

2/28/19 - Sponsorships for all teams along with artwork for any/all signs and the yearbook are due. Forms and artwork can be emailed to smgsa@smgsa.org.

3/2/19 - OPENING DAY AT HEASLEY FIELD

3/31/19 - Participation on "A" division or non-USA Softball teams must cease in order to be eligible for SMGSA All-Star eligibility. 

5/11/19 - Closing day of the spring season 

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Rethinking Why Your Body Hurts

By Austin Einhorn, The Art of Coaching Volleyball 12/07/2018, 12:00pm PST

When relating this to injury, tearing down a factory is the same as an athlete tearing her ACL. Getting surgery is rebuilding the same factory because the mind has not been addressed.

How to Overcome High Expectations On a New Team

By TrueSport 12/06/2018, 1:45pm PST

The anxiety and pressures that come with joining a new team can be daunting for many young athletes. 

Continue reading to learn ways you can help your athlete tackle high expectations on a new team.

Four Ways Coaches Can Help Their Athletes Get Recruited

By Nelson Gord, NCSA Team Edition 12/06/2018, 12:00pm PST

Some coaches have held their position for 20 to 30 years and have a really good college network

When college coaches are interested in a recruit, they often seek out people who know the recruit well for recommendations. Their first stop? You guessed it: High school or club coaches.

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