Over the past few years parents within and outside of the North Shore Tiger baseball program have asked why not a softball program. Well the time has come after discussions, strategy, coaches, etc. The North Shore Tiger program would like to announce that we will be moving forward in 2016 with softball teams that will compete in ASA (American Softball Association) Class A tournaments. The program will offer winter workouts on a weekly basis starting the first of December (2 practices a week) with a full-blown tournament schedule starting in late April going to the end of June.
The softball program will leave the month of July open for all girls to take part in their town/city Districts, Sectionals, States, etc. Tournament play will start back up around the third week of July.
The North Shore Tigers have experienced softball coaches in-line for the upcoming season. Don't swing and miss this exciting opportunity to take part in developing your daughters softball game.
Tryouts will be posted on the North Shore Tiger website the week of July 11th. Tryouts will be scheduled around the first of August. If you have questions on the program please email the program at email@example.com.
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New England AAU Memorial Day CHAMPIONS
The U9 North Shore Tigers traveled down to Rhode Island for the AAU Memorial Day Blast tournament that started on Friday and ended on Monday. The Tigers would beat a very strong Hawk Valley Panthers team 8-3 to capture the New England AAU Memorial Day Blast tournament in Rhode Island. The Tigers also increased there record to 13-1 overall heading into this upcoming Sunday's showdown with the Quincy Red Stockings Red team in Quincy.
The Tigers would go 5-0 in the tournament beating the Milton Knights, Connecticut Mustangs, Attleboro Badgers, Plymouth Noreasters and Hawk Valley Panthers to capture the Title. The Tigers scored 54 runs over the Tournament while allowing 26 runs. The wins were a direct result of pure teamwork. A variety of different pitchers stepped up to the task, Kyle Rush and Dawson DiBarri took the mound and helped their team, Kyle was a small ball force at the plate bunting with 4 basehit bunts. Jacob Behn won 2 games for the Tigers with pinch running situations. Stevie Migliero had a fantastic weekend at the plate with clutch hits and Dawson DiBarri was fantastic on the bump, not having pitched much this season he stepped up and was a great help to his team. This 9u team has proved what hard work and being a solid team together will result in. This organization is very proud of these boys and we look forward to our final division series coming up next week in Quincy.
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