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									2009 LADY PIRATE GIRLS FAST PITCH TOURNAMENT JUNE 19-21 HOWARD, WI

2009 Lady Pirate Girls Fast Pitch Softball Tournament JUNE 19 – 21
Location: Akzo Nobel Sports Complex Age Groups: 10U – Must be 10 yrs old as of Jan. 1st 2009 12U – Must be 12 yrs old as of Jan. 1st 2009 14U – Must be 14 yrs old as of Jan. 1st 2009 16U - Must be 16 yrs old as of Jan. 1st 2009

Entry Deadline: May 28th 2009 (or until brackets are full) Entry Fee: Format: $200.00 / Team Pool Play, Game Guarantee (weather permitting) Tie Breakers 1. Head to head 2. Total Runs Allowed 3. Coin Flip Trophies for 1st and 2nd Player of the Game Ribbons for each game

Awards:

Remit Entry Forms LADY PIRATE FAST PITCH 2830 WHITE PINE ROAD GREEN BAY WI, 54313 POOLS and Brackets will be listed 10 days prior to start of the tournament at www.hysayouth.com
Please contact Eric at 920-639-1950 or eric@hysyouth.com with any questions or comments. Weather Delays may be possible please check www.hysayouth .com or call 920-639-1950 for updates and game schedules.

LPFPC 16U Softball Rules – 2009

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Teams limited to 15 players who compete in the same local league program and have not reached their 17th birthday before January 1, 2009. Final roster must be provided to tournament director at least 30 minutes before your first game. Coaches must have available copies of birth certificates for proof of age, if requested by the tournament committee. Games in which an ineligible player has been used will be declared a forfeit. Home team decided by a coin flip. Teams need to communicate lineup changes and compare books after each complete inning. Each game will be 7 innings. No new inning may start later than 1 hour, 20 minutes after the game’s official starting time. There is no time limit for the Championship Game. The official starting time must be announced by the umpire, agreed upon by the head coaches and recorded by the official scorer (home team’s book is official). In case of inclement weather, games and/or tournament format may be shortened at sole discretion of the tournament committee. There is no limit on the number of innings a pitcher may pitch. Pitchers will pitch from 40 feet, and will be allowed 4 warm-up pitches between innings. A new pitcher will be allowed a maximum of 8 warm-up pitches. If the pitcher is stalling, in the umpire’s judgment, play will be resumed. Runners may leave base or steal after the ball has left the pitcher’s hand. Runners leaving early will be called out. Stealing of any base is permitted. Look-back rule is in play: When the defensive team has possession of the ball within the pitcher’s circle in any live ball situation, runners on base have one second to either advance to the next base or return to the previous base. A runner may advance at her own risk 1 base on any over throw that lands in foul territory. A runner hit by a batted ball in fair territory is out unless she is on base. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to 1st base. A runner interfering with a fielder attempting to play a batted ball is out. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to first base. A fielder not trying to field a batted ball or a throw must get out of the way of a base runner. If the fielder interferes, the runner gets the base she was going to plus 1. With less than two outs, a runner on her way to 3rd automatically scores. If there are two outs, she scores only if the batter makes it safely to 1 st base. Bunting is allowed. Infield fly rule is in effect. No limit on number of walks per inning. Maximum of 9 players on the field, of which 3 must remain on the outfield grass prior to the ball crossing home plate. 8 players are needed to start a game; 7 players are needed to complete a game. A 5 minute grace period will be provided by the umpire prior to calling a forfeit. Lineups must be provided to the official scorer at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of each game. All players present on roster will bat in lineup, with late arrivals being added to the bottom of the lineup. Free substitution. Profanity or harassment by a team member, coach or fans toward an opposing team or official will not be tolerated. No chanting. Good sportsmanship is required at all times. Unsportsmanlike activity can lead to ejection without warning by a tournament committee member or umpire. Teams must provide and wear their own batting helmets and catcher’s gear. No metal spikes allowed. 12 inch softballs will be used. The dropped 3rd strike rule is in effect. Please keep the games moving. An intentional stall, as deemed by the umpire or a tournament committee member, may result in forfeiture of the game. Sliding is required if a play is being made upon a runner. It is the umpire’s judgment whether or not a play is being made, and if sliding is necessary. A runner who does not slide will be called out. Runners should attempt to slide feet first on all close plays. A runner is out if she runs into a player trying to make a tag or tries to knock the ball loose. Pool play games tied at the end of regulation play or the time limit will count as ½ win and ½ loss for seeding purposes. Games being played to determine final tournament standings will be decided by using the International Tiebreaker rule. A courtesy runner is allowed for the catcher and the pitcher. The courtesy runner will be the last player to record an out in the current inning. Any rules not covered here are governed by ASA. The tournament committee reserves the right to change any of the rules listed above. Coaches and players are responsible for maintaining and cleaning their dugout after each game. The tie breakers for seeding are 1) head to head, 2) runs allowed and 3) coin flip.

LPFPC 14U Softball Rules – 2009
1. Teams limited to 15 players who compete in the same local league program and have not reached their 15th birthday before January 1, 2009. Final roster must be provided to tournament director at least 30 minutes before your first game. Coaches must have available copies of birth certificates for proof of age, if requested by the tournament committee. Games in which an ineligible player has been used will be declared a forfeit. Home team decided by a coin flip. Teams need to communicate lineup changes and compare books after each complete inning. Each game will be 7 innings. No new inning may start later than 1 hour, 20 minutes after the game’s official starting time. There is no time limit for the Championship Game. The official starting time must be announced by the umpire, agreed upon by the head coaches and recorded by the official scorer (home team’s book is official). In case of inclement weather, games and/or tournament format may be shortened at sole discretion of the tournament committee. There is no limit on the number of innings a pitcher may pitch. Pitchers will pitch from 40 feet, and will be allowed 4 warm-up pitches between innings. A new pitcher will be allowed a maximum of 8 warm-up pitches. If the pitcher is stalling, in the umpire’s judgment, play will be resumed. Runners may leave base or steal after the ball has left the pitcher’s hand. Runners leaving early will be called out. Stealing of any base is permitted. Look-back rule is in play: When the defensive team has possession of the ball within the pitcher’s circle in any live ball situation, runners on base have one second to either advance to the next base or return to the previous base. A runner may advance at her own risk 1 base on any over throw that lands in foul territory. A runner hit by a batted ball in fair territory is out unless she is on base. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to 1st base. A runner interfering with a fielder attempting to play a batted ball is out. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to first base. A fielder not trying to field a batted ball or a throw must get out of the way of a base runner. If the fielder interferes, the runner gets the base she was going to plus 1. With less than two outs, a runner on her way to 3 rd automatically scores. If there are two outs, she scores only if the batter makes it safely to 1 st base. Bunting is allowed. Infield fly rule is in effect. No limit on number of walks per inning. Maximum of 9 players on the field, of which 3 must remain on the outfield grass prior to the ball crossing home plate. 8 players are needed to start a game; 7 players are needed to complete a game. A 5 minute grace period will be provided by the umpire prior to calling a forfeit. Lineups must be provided to the official scorer at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of each game. All players present on roster will bat in lineup, with late arrivals being added to the bottom of the lineup. Free substitution. Profanity or harassment by a team member, coach or fans toward an opposing team or official will not be tolerated. No chanting. Good sportsmanship is required at all times. Unsportsmanlike activity can lead to ejection without warning by a tournament committee member or umpire. Teams must provide and wear their own batting helmets and catcher’s gear. No metal spikes allowed. 12 inch softballs will be used. The dropped 3rd strike rule is in effect. Please keep the games moving. An intentional stall, as deemed by the umpire or a tournament committee member, may result in forfeiture of the game. Sliding is required if a play is being made upon a runner. It is the umpire’s judgment whether or not a play is being made, and if sliding is necessary. A runner who does not slide will be called out. Runners should attempt to slide feet first on all close plays. A runner is out if she runs into a player trying to make a tag or tries to knock the ball loose. Pool play games tied at the end of regulation play or the time limit will count as ½ win and ½ loss for seeding purposes. Games being played to determine final tournament standings will be decided by using the International Tiebreaker rule. A courtesy runner is allowed for the catcher and the pitcher. The courtesy runner will be the last player to record an out in the current inning. Any rules not covered here are governed by ASA. The tournament committee reserves the right to change any of the rules listed above. Coaches and players are responsible for maintaining and cleaning their dugout after each game. The tie breakers for seeding are 1) head to head, 2) runs allowed and 3) coin flip.

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LPFPC 12U Softball Rules – 2009

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Teams limited to 15 players who compete in the same local league program and have not reached their 13 th birthday before January 1, 2009. Final roster must be provided to tournament director at least 30 minutes before your first game. Coaches must have available copies of birth certificates for proof of age, if requested by the tournament committee. Games in which an ineligible player has been used will be declared a forfeit. Home team decided by a coin flip. Teams need to communicate lineup changes and compare books after each complete inning. Each game will be 6 innings. No new inning may start later than 1 hour, 20 minutes after the game’s official starting time. There is no time limit for the Championship Game. The official starting time must be announced by the umpire, agreed upon by the head coaches and recorded by the official scorer (home team’s book is official). In case of inclement weather, games and/or tournament format may be shortened at sole discretion of the tournament committee. Pitchers are limited to 4 consecutive innings per game. A single pitch constitutes a complete inning for that pitcher. Pitchers will pitch from 40 feet, and will be allowed 4 warm-up pitches between innings. A new pitcher will be allowed a maximum of 8 warm-up pitches. If the pitcher is stalling, in the umpire’s judgment, play will be resumed. Any pitcher maybe used during the tie breaker rules. Pitcher will only be allowed to pitch 2 additional innings. Runners may leave base only after the ball has crossed home plate. Runners leaving early will be called out. Stealing: Runners may steal 2nd or 3rd base ONLY. Stealing of home from 3rd base is not allowed. Look-back rule is in play: When the defensive team has possession of the ball within the pitcher’s circle in any live ball situation, runners on base have one second to either advance to the next base or return to the previous base. A runner may advance at her own risk 1 base on any over throw that lands in foul territory. A runner hit by a batted ball in fair territory is out unless she is on base. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to 1st base. A runner interfering with a fielder attempting to play a batted ball is out. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to first base. A fielder not trying to field a batted ball or a throw must get out of the way of a base runner. If the fielder interferes, the runner gets the base she was going to plus 1. With less than two outs, a runner on her way to 3 rd automatically scores. If there are two outs, she scores only if the batter makes it safely to 1st base. Bunting is allowed. No infield fly rule. No limit on number of walks per inning. Maximum of 10 players on the field, of which four must remain on the outfield grass prior to the ball crossing home plate. 9 players are needed to start a game; 8 players are needed to complete a game. A 5 minute grace period will be provided by the umpire prior to calling a forfeit. Lineups must be provided to the official scorer at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of each game. All players present on roster will bat in lineup, with late arrivals being added to the bottom of the lineup. All players must play at least one inning in the field. Free substitution. Profanity or harassment by a team member, coach or fans toward an opposing team or official will not be tolerated. No chanting. Good sportsmanship is required at all times. Unsportsmanlike activity can lead to ejection without warning by a tournament committee member or umpire. Teams must provide and wear their own batting helmets and catcher’s gear. No metal spikes allowed. 12 inch softballs will be used. On a third strike, the batter is out even if the catcher drops the ball. Please keep the games moving. An intentional stall, as deemed by the umpire or a tournament committee member, may result in forfeiture of the game. Sliding is required if a play is being made upon a runner. It is the umpire’s judgment whether or not a play is being made, and if sliding is necessary. A runner who does not slide will be called out. Runners should attempt to slide feet first on all close plays at any base (including a runner returning to first base after safely getting there, but not the initial play at first). A runner is out if she runs into a player trying to make a tag or tries to knock the ball loose. In a rundown, the base runner must remain in the baseline while trying to avoid the tag or she will be called out. Pool play games tied at the end of regulation play or the time limit will count as ½ win and ½ loss for seeding purposes. Games being played to determine final tournament standings will be decided by using the International Tiebreaker rule. A courtesy runner is allowed for the catcher and the pitcher. The courtesy runner will be the last player to record an out in the current inning. Any rules not covered here are governed by ASA. The tournament committee reserves the right to change any of the rules listed above. Coaches and players are responsible for maintaining and cleaning their dugout after each game. The tie breakers for seeding are 1) head to head, 2) runs allowed and 3) coin flip.

LPFPC 10U Softball Rules – 2009

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Teams limited to 15 players who compete in the same local league program and have not reached their 11 th birthday before January 1, 2009. Final roster must be provided to tournament director at least 30 minutes before your first game. Coaches must have available copies of birth certificates for proof of age, if requested by the tournament committee. Games in which an ineligible player has been used will be declared a forfeit. Home team decided by a coin flip. Teams need to communicate lineup changes and compare books after each complete inning. Each game will be 6 innings. No new inning may start later than 1 hour, 20 minutes after the game’s official starting time. There is no time limit for the Championship Game. The official starting time must be announced by the umpire, agreed upon by the head coaches and recorded by the official scorer (home team’s book is official). In case of inclement weather, games and/or tournament format may be shortened at sole discretion of the tournament committee. Pitchers are limited to 3 consecutive innings per game. A single pitch constitutes a complete inning for that pitcher. Pitchers will pitch from 35 feet, and will be allowed 4 warm-up pitches between innings. A new pitcher will be allowed a maximum of 8 warm-up pitches. If the pitcher is stalling, in the umpire’s judgment, play will be resumed. Any pitcher maybe used during the tie breaker rules. Pitcher will only be allowed to pitch 2 additional innings. No stealing is allowed. Players may leave the base after the ball crosses the plate. Look-back rule is in play: When the defensive team has possession of the ball within the pitcher’s circle in any live ball situation, runners on base have one second to either advance to the next base or return to the previous base. A runner may advance at her own risk 1 base on any over throw that lands in foul territory. A runner hit by a batted ball in fair territory is out unless she is on base. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to 1st base. A runner interfering with a fielder attempting to play a batted ball is out. The play is dead, no runners advance other than from 1st to 2nd allowing the batter to go to first base. A fielder not trying to field a batted ball or a throw must get out of the way of a base runner. If the fielder interferes, the runner gets the base she was going to plus 1. With less than two outs, a runner on her way to 3rd automatically scores. If there are two outs, she scores only if the batter makes it safely to 1 st base. Bunting is allowed. No infield fly rule. 1 walk per inning. This does not include being hit by a pitch. If a batter draws four balls after the first walk, a coach will pitch using the pitched strike count. When a coach is pitching called and swinging strikes count, balls are not counted and the batter can not advance if hit by a pitch. Teams may play with up to 10 defensive players. 6 infielders (including pitcher position), 3 outfielders, and 1 rover. The rover must start play behind the infield baselines. Players at any infield position cannot be closer than the 35-foot line. Outfielders must be beyond the outfield line until the ball crosses the plate. 9 players are required to start a game and 8 players are needed to complete a game. A 5 minute grace period will be provided by the umpire prior to calling a forfeit. Lineups must be provided to the official scorer at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of each game. All players present on roster will bat in lineup, with late arrivals being added to the bottom of the lineup. All players must play at least one inning in the field. Free substitution. Profanity or harassment by a team member, coach or fans toward an opposing team or official will not be tolerated. No chanting. Good sportsmanship is required at all times. Unsportsmanlike activity can lead to ejection without warning by a tournament committee member or umpire. Teams must provide and wear their own batting helmets and catcher’s gear. No metal spikes allowed. 11 inch softballs will be used. On a third strike, the batter is out even if the catcher drops the ball. Please keep the games moving. An intentional stall, as deemed by the umpire or a tournament committee member, may result in forfeiture of the game. Sliding is required if a play is being made upon a runner. It is the umpire’s judgment whether or not a play is being made, and if sliding is necessary. A runner who does not slide will be called out. Runners should attempt to slide feet first on all close plays at any base (including a runner returning to first base after safely getting there, but not the initial play at first). A runner is out if she runs into a player trying to make a tag or tries to knock the ball loose. In a rundown, the base runner must remain in the baseline while trying to avoid the tag or she will be called out. Pool play games tied at the end of regulation play or the time limit will count as ½ win and ½ loss for seeding purposes. Games being played to determine final tournament standings will be decided by using the International Tiebreaker rule. A courtesy runner is allowed for the catcher and the pitcher. The courtesy runner will be the last player to record an out in the current inning. Any rules not covered here are governed by ASA. The tournament committee reserves the right to change any of the rules listed above. Coaches and players are responsible for maintaining and cleaning their dugout after each game. The tie breakers for seeding are 1) head to head, 2) runs allowed and 3) coin flip.

2009 LADY PIRATE GIRLS FAST PITCH ENTRY FORM

Team(S) Name: __________________________________ Multiple teams please list__________________________ Number of teams per age group 10U___ 12U___ 14U___ 16U____

10 U Contact_______________________ Phone_____________________Email_______________

12 U Contact_______________________ Phone_____________________Email_______________

14 U Contact_______________________ Phone_____________________Email_______________ 16 U Contact_______________________ Phone_____________________Email_______________

LADY PIRATE GIRLS FAST PTICH TOURNAMENT JUNE 19-21 10U
TEAM NAME____________________________________________ COACH_______________________EMAIL____________________ PHONE_______________________________ CELL___________________________ Address________________________________________________________________

Roster
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Birthday
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LADY PIRATE GIRLS FAST PTICH TOURNAMENT JUNE 19-21 12U
TEAM NAME____________________________________________ COACH_______________________EMAIL____________________ PHONE_______________________________ CELL___________________________ Address________________________________________________________________

Roster
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Birthday
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LADY PIRATE GIRLS FAST PTICH TOURNAMENT JUNE 19-21 14U
TEAM NAME____________________________________________ COACH_______________________EMAIL____________________ PHONE_______________________________ CELL___________________________ Address________________________________________________________________

Roster
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Birthday
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LADY PIRATE GIRLS FAST PTICH TOURNAMENT JUNE 19-21 16U
TEAM NAME____________________________________________ COACH_______________________EMAIL____________________ PHONE_______________________________ CELL___________________________ Address________________________________________________________________

Roster
1.______________________________________ 2.______________________________________ 3.______________________________________ 4.______________________________________ 5.______________________________________ 6.______________________________________ 7.______________________________________ 8.______________________________________ 9.______________________________________ 10.______________________________________ 11.______________________________________ 12.______________________________________ 13.______________________________________ 14.______________________________________ 15.______________________________________

Birthday
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