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NC Blizzard Softball Sets 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U Tryouts

The North Country Travel Softball Blizzard organization is working to bring competitive travel softball to St. Lawrence County to serve players from all communities. Dates have been for tryouts for all ages 10u, 12u, 14u and 16u.

The North Country Blizzard Travel Softball Organization is looking to field rosters for 10u, 12u, 14u and 16u rosters. Tryouts are open to players from all communities. Tryouts will be held on August 16th and 23rd at the softball field located behind the Morristown Fire Hall. The schedule for both days will be as follows: 10u- 9AM to 10:30AM, 12u- 10:30AM-Noon 14u and 16u will have joint tryouts 12PM-1:30PM.

Please contact Coach Andrew Rupert to pre-register for tryouts at (315)-854-6734 or email If you cannot attend either day please call Coach Rupert to arrange a private workout.

About The Blizzard: The North Country Blizzard Travel Softball Organization will be in their first year for the fall 2020/summer 2021 season. Our goal is to provide players with a competitive, skill development based softball team to prepare players for modified, JV, varsity and college softball. Players will receive assistance in the recruiting process. Coaching throughout the organization will be provided by current and former college, high school and travel coaches as well as current and former players.

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