North Carolina Dixie Softball Inc.: News

North Carolina Dixie Softball Franchised Leagues by District for 2011 (as of 5/9/11)

NC District 2     Jeff Adams -Director

Maiden Rec, Balls Creek Optimist, Cherryville, Boger City, West Lincoln Optimist, Bessmer City Rec., Sherrills Ford Optimist, Burke Co. Rec. , Kings Mountain YMCA, Chapel Grove Optimist 

NC District 3    Jeremy Dewberry - Director

Madison-Mayodan, Eden Parks & Rec., Eden YMCA, Reidsville Parks & Rec. 

NC District 4    Chris Brown -Director

North Stanly, Montgomery Co., South Stanly, Albemarle, West Stanly, Rockingham East, West , Anson Co. 

NC District 5    J.G Baker- Director

Erwin, Lillington, Warren Co., North Granville, Dunn, NGAA/Vance 

NC District 6   William Baker- Director

Moore County American, National, Hope Mills, South Cumberland, Hoke Co., West Roberson.

 NC Disrtict 8    Jesse Mintz- Director

Burgaw, Duplin Co. American, National, Topsail , Wayne Co.

NC District 9   Reggie Evenson -Director  

 Towncreek, Brunswick North, South, West, Leland, West Brunswick , Winter Park Optimist, Lockwood Folly, Oak Island, Columbus Co. East, Central, South , Cape Fear Optimist



It is the policy of DIXIE SOFTBALL to promote the development of strong character, a right attitude and a sense of responsibilty and citizenship in youngsters, using the game of softball as a vehicle. It is the purpose of DIXIE SOFTBALL to achieve this goal through fair play, good sportsmanship and congenial fellowship, with adult leaders providing the example. It is strictly against the policy of DIXIE SOFTBALL for any person, either as a participant or a spectator, to engage in arguments, to use abusive language, to harass umpires, or to exhibit any behavior not in concert with the general intention of this policy statement. team coaches are required to abide by this policy statement, and all parents and other adults are strongly encouraged to do so.


The most fundamental intent of the organizers of DSI was to develop a program which would emphasize local autonomy. It was our philosophy and belief that the parents and workers in each local league know what is best for them and their children. Since the mores (customs) of our people vary from community to community, even with in the same districts, it was necessary to leave such things as night softball, team selections, and league operation up to the local league. there were imposed upon the leagues certain fundamental rules that were deemed necessary for good organization and which would keep one league from gaining unfair advantage over another such as boundary and population limitations, the number of teams in a league and the age brackets.

The next important philosophical belief was that leagues affiliated with the prorgam should have a voice in running the program. thus the provisions for electing national directors, state directors, and district directors from among the leagues to serve with the organizers were made. Any govermental structure between the local leagues and the national board exists for one reason..... to serve the local leagues as administrative adjuncts of the Board. The imposition of any rule on a local league should be done with utmost reluctance and absolute necessity.



2011 Award Winners Announced at Annual State Meeting in Southern Pines NC

District Director of the year..... Dist 9 Dir. Reggie Evenson

League of the year.......Cape Fear Optimist

State Directors Award..... Dist 6 Dir. William Baker 

Annual Yvonne Bright Leadership Award........Ron Hudson  

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