SBSA meets, registers tonight at SHS mall

Changes are coming to the Siuslaw Baseball Softball Association, which has a parents meeting tonight and opens registration for 2020.

The SBSA meeting is 6 p.m. at the Siuslaw High School mall.

"New information will be provided on program changes," the SBSA posted on its website. "Online registration will be open during and after the meeting.

"SBSA will no longer be doing paper registration. Please register online!!!!!"

A parent registration guide is available online at

The SBSA provides this profile of itself:

"Siuslaw Baseball Softball Association (SBSA) is a non-profit charitable corporation registered in Oregon under the Charitable Trust and Corporation Act. We are located in rural Florence, Oregon as an all-volunteer organization.  We have no paid staff and we do not maintain office space. Board membership is open to parents and interested community members. Board members elect officers once a year, in January. SBSA groups kids by age (4 to 12) to form teams of T-Ball and baseball players who are close in mental and physical maturity levels, also softball players (7 to 18). Every player will be assigned to a team and assessed by a coach to help draft teams of roughly equal ability. Everyone plays. All ages are as of May 1st; T-Ball is ages 5 and 6, Rookies is ages 7 and 8, Minors is ages 9 and 10, Majors is ages 11 and 12. Softball is 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U and 18U."

The SBSA is online at and on Facebook.

You also can contact SBSA at or by mail at PO Box 873, Florence, OR 97439.

Player assessments will be held in the coming weeks at the high school gym.

First games are the week beginning April 6.


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