The 2016 Post-Season Newsletter is here! E-mail and snail mail copies were sent to those members who requested.
The AHPA State Singles Championship tournament was a full day of fun, food and horseshoe family!
Hall of Famer and World Class Pitcher, Dan Watson, won his 11th in a row AHPA State Mens Championship!
Kathy Brazier, another World Class Pitcher, won her 8th in a row AHPA State Womens Championship
Jim Ellison brought home his 3rd in a row AHPA Elders State Championship!!
Mason Schwab won the AHPA 2016 Cadets Championship!
Jesse Amos was the runner-up amd Blake Hauge came in 3rd.
We need to congratulate these young men for playing their hearts out!
The AHPA was well represented at the world tournament in Montgomery! We came away with 5 World Class Champions!
Dan Watson and Kathy Brazier finished up in 4th place in the World!
Great job guys!!
The Senor Games are coming to Birmingham,AL.
For more information contact
Dallas Ricker 1-205-991-3657
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OUR MEMBERSHIP IS GROWING!!!
Ya'll come on out and pitch!!!
ALL members, new and existing, MUST fill out a revised membership form! Go to our "Membership" link to view and print the new form.
This is to make sure our records are up-to-date. The biggest difference is the addition of the date of birth. We felt it necessary to add this information because of the age qualifications for different classes in the rules. Also, please indicate whether or not you need or want a printed newsletter mailed to you. The more money we save, the more we can give back in prizes and awards.
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Pitchers, please remember that you should register for the open tournaments at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. If you are running late, please contact the tournament director to let them know that you are on your way and will arrive before the scheduled start time.
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