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Friday, March 11
Welcome to NRSA Softball

Equal opportunity is given each participant to play and have fun, learn the fundamentals of softball, and develop their athletic skills. Best of all, no player bears the burden of being a "substitute". This program is designed to deveolp teamwork, fundamentals and sportsmanship within all divisions.  Managers, parents and fans are urged to show good sportsmanship at all times, helping maintain the positive attitude of the program for the benefit of the player. "Winning is the result, and not the aim" is the "Rotational Softball" motto.



Tuesday, April 26
2016 Season Update

As of today, Tuesday, April 26th, both the Elementaary (K-2nd grade) and Youth (grades 3-6) are FULL.

We are still accepting registrations for our Preschool Division (ages 3-5 who are currently in preschool).  This registrations may be dropped off at  6217 N. Woodland, Gladstone, MO 64118.  If not home, please leave in the mailbox.

Team formation draft was held on Saturday, April 16th.  Managers should of contacted you regarding the time and place of your preseason practice.  If you have questions, please email us at nrsa.softball@gmail.com

Due to a lack of registrations, we will not have a Middle School Division.  

We have determined that game nights will be as follows:  Youth Division - Tuesday evenings; Elementary Division - Thursday evenings.  This excludes rainout games which will be played as fields are availabe during the week.  We will do our best to  not play on Saturdays, but can make no promises as the weather dictates the schedule.

 

If you have further questions, please email us and we will get back to you within 24 hours, if not sooner. 

 

 


Handout: Registration Forms

Tuesday, May 19
Rotation Guide

Guide for Elementary and Youth Division rotation by out and inning.
Handout: Rotation Guide for Elementary and Youth

Tuesday, June 3
Contact Us!

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We would love to hear your comments - both positive or negative, along with your questons.  You may contact us by email at nrsa.softball@gmail.com. We will respond to all inquiries within 24 hours.



Tuesday, March 10
Parent Sportsmanship Game Plan



Parent Sportsmanship Game Plan by Darrell J. Burnett, Ph.D.
(10 Things Kids Say They Don't Want Their Parents to Do)

1. Don't yell out instructions. During the game I'm trying to concentrate on what the coach says and working on what I've been practicing. It's easier for me to do my best if you save instructions and reminders for practice or just before the game.

2. Don't put down the officials. This embarrasses me and I sometimes wonder whether the official is going to be tougher on me because my parents yell.

3. Don't yell at me in public. It will just make things worse because I'll be upset, embarrassed, or worried that you're going to yell at me the next time I do something "wrong."

4. Don't yell at the coach. When you yell about who gets to play what position, it just stirs things up and takes away from the fun.

5. Don't put down my teammates. Don't make put-down remarks about any of my teammates who make mistakes. It takes away from our team spirit.

6. Don't put down the other team. When you do this you're not giving us a very good example of sportsmanship so we get mixed messages about being "good sports."

7. Don't lose your cool. I love to see you excited about the game, but there's no reason to get so upset that you lose your temper! It's our game and all the attention is supposed to be on us.

8. Don't lecture me about mistakes after the game. Those rides home in the car after the game are not a good time for lectures about how I messed up -- I already feel bad. We can talk later, but please stay calm, and don't forget to mention things I did well during game!

9. Don't forget how to laugh and have fun. Sometimes it's hard for me to relax and have fun during the game when I look over and see you so tense and worried.

10. Don't forget that it's just a game! Odds are, I'm not going to make a career out of playing sports. I know I may get upset if we lose, but I also know that I'm usually feeling better after we go get a pizza. I need to be reminded sometimes that it's just a game.

Darrell J. Burnett, Ph.D.

* From Playbook for Kids: A Parent's Guide to Help Kids Get the Most Out of Sports. (The Gatorade Company)
There's nothing like the thrill, excitement and challenge of softball. Let's make sure, as parents, we keep all the attention on the field, and not in the stands.


   
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