WHEN: Saturday, October 19th and Saturday, November 2nd (pick one or both!). Checkin/WalkUp Registration begins at 3 pm; games begin at 4 pm.
WHERE: The Sports Barn (5936 County Road 46 in Johnstown)
COST: $40 per team of two
MAX TEAMS: 64 per tournament
EXTRAS: Concessions, Beer (PA Drinking Cups are $20 for unlimited refills), gift basket raffles, 50/50 raffles
PRE-REGISTRATION BONUS: get 5 free raffle tickets for the Gift Baskets; you can also pre-order PA Drinking Cups
The Sports Barn can only accommodate 64 teams per tournament. WE WILL SELL OUT QUICKLY! Sign up as soon as you have your team made! We don't want you left out!
Our concessions will offer hamburgers and brats (October 19th) and pizza (November 2nd) as well as chips, soft drinks, water, and candy. We will also be selling PA Drinking Cups for $20. The cup entitles you to unlimited beer refills!
Checkin/Walk-Up Registration will start at 3:30, and games will begin at 4 pm! If you purchase a PA Drinking Cup (or pre-ordered them online with your registration), we will have them ready for you when you check in! Please have your ID ready so we can confirm you are 21 and able to legally drink alcohol.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Tricia Nunn at email@example.com.
Power Alley Baseball is a competitive travel program comprised of 9-under to 14-under teams, and is open to any child in Loveland and the surrounding communities. It is a program born out of the desire to create highly competitive teams where players can hone their skills against other players of similar skill levels. We believe “Iron Sharpens Iron.” Our program stresses the quality of play not the quantity of teams or players. We strive to give those who participate a very high quality baseball experience through an experienced staff and sound philosophy.
Power Alley believes that competitive youth baseball is a tool for players to not only learn the skills necessary to eventually compete at the high school and collegiate level, but also to instill the values, tradition, and passion for the game. Our program believes in “trusting the process”: that repetition, discipline and trust will pay off in meeting the long-term goals of developing better baseball players, better athletes, and better young men. As competitive as youth baseball can get, we do not believe in sacrificing long-term goals for a win. We believe in creating a competitive atmosphere where kids can feel safe to be courageous and make mistakes so that they can learn (failure is not the opposite of success, it is a part of it).