Powerade State Games High School Softball Tournament Begins Tomorrow at UNC Greensboro and Carolyn Allen Park

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Powerade State Games High School Softball Tournament Begins Tomorrow
You have Young(HPCA), Simmons(Eastern), Graves(Page), Thompson(HPCA), Johnson(Northwest) and Fields(Northeast) all from Guilford County on the Region 5 team…

WHAT: Powerade State Games High School Softball Tournament

WHO: Eight all-star teams from across the state, competing for Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. The state is divided up into eight regions, and each player attends tryouts to represent her respective region. The coaching staff is made up of high school coaches, volunteering their time for the event.

WHEN: June 20-21, 2017

WHERE: UNC Greensboro and Carolyn Allen Park

Last year Region 6 (Charlotte Area) beat Region 1 (Northeast) for the Gold Medal. Region 5 (Triad Area) won the Bronze.

Regions and Coaches can be viewed here – http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/2017%20Softball%20Map%20and%20Coaches.pdf

2017 Team Rosters can be viewed here –
http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/2017%20SB-HS%20Rosters.pdf

2017 Event Schedule can be viewed here –
http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/17%20SB%20-%20HS%20Schedule.pdf

ABOUT THE POWERADE STATE GAMES OF NORTH CAROLINA
The Powerade State Games are one of the oldest, largest and most successful State Games programs in the United States. There are currently 30+ State Games programs in the United States. The State Games are open to all ages and all skill levels. The average age of the Powerade State Games participants is 16 years old. The State Games are funded by corporate sponsorships, contributions and event revenues.

ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA AMATEUR SPORTS (NCAS)
North Carolina Amateur Sports is a 501c(3) nonprofit charitable organization that annually organizes the State Games of North Carolina and Cycle North Carolina. NCAS is dedicated to promoting health and wellness for all ages and skill levels through organizing best-in-class sporting events that enrich the quality of life and enhance the economic well being of North Carolina communities. For more information on NCAS and its events, please access www.ncsports.org.


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