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Free Clinics For Girls and Boys - Please Note the New Times for Boys Clinics
Girls Softball Clinics
> Girls t-ball — Saturday March 28th 12pm - 2pm at the district 218 building (Corrected date)
> Pixie — Sunday March 22nd 2pm - 4pm at the district 218 building
> Petite —Saturday March 21st 10am - 2pm at the district 218 building
> Boys Baseball Clinics
> Boys t-ball — Sunday March 22nd 1pm-2:15pm at the district 218 building - NEW TIME
> Boys t-ball — Sunday March 29th 1pm - 2:15pm at OLCHS gym 10 - NEW TIME
> Shetland — Sunday March 29th 1pm -2:15pm at OLCHS gym 127 - NEW TIME (Corrected)
> Pinto — Sunday March 22nd 3pm -4:15pm at OLCHS gym 127 - NEW TIME
> Mustang / Bronco --- Sunday March 22nd 3pm-4:15pm at OLCHS gym 127 - NEW TIME
(The March 29th Mustang/Bronco clinic has been cancelled.)
> Manager / Coaches Clinic --- Sunday March 29th 3pm-5pm at OLCHS gym 127 (New to the schedule)
No RSVP is required.
Players should bring a bat and glove, and wear gym shoes, no spikes.
The District 218 building is located at 10701 Kilpatrick in Oak Lawn.
Oak Lawn Community High School is located at Southwest Highway and 95th Street.
Southside Pony Baseball League
Southside Pony Baseball League (SPBL) is looking for boys 13-14 years old (7th
or 8th grade or high school freshmen) who are age-eligible (May 1st cut-off) that are looking to continue to play baseball but are not interested in playing on a travel team. The season will be
an 18-game season from April to the end of June, no games on Memorial Day weekend, and will end with playoffs and a championship game.
The SPBL is run out of Oak Lawn, and all games will be played at the Spartan Athletic Complex (SAC) in Oak Lawn.
We are interested in registering both individual players and full teams.
To register an individual player go to www.oaklawnbaseball.com. To register a full team, or for more information, send an email to Pony@OakLawnBaseball.com.
Parking at Kolb
Cars are strictly prohibited from driving up into Kolb Field by the meeting room during games. We CANNOT risk a child getting hit by someone driving within the gates. All vehicles must park either on the side streets or in the lot at the north end of the field. No Exceptions.
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