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by posted 08/18/2018

This event is sponsored by Bloomington Athletic Association (BAA)

Discover Unihockey / Floorball –

 

Coed  Grades 3rd-7th      Fee for this sport is $95.   ONLINE SIGN UPS ONLY !!

 

Unihockey’s fun, fast paced play is perfect for cardiovascular exercise; everyone can participate regardless of size, strength or skill.  Unihockey is expected to be in 2024 Olympics and is also called Floorball or Innebandy. 

 

Unihockey / Floorball features optimized equipment and rules that promote non-contact play.  Teams are co-ed and a mix of ages.  The ball, a specialized wiffle design that provides precise flight, is hit by a stick that features a plastic netted blade.  The kid friendly rules feature no stick-to-stick contact or body checking and sticks must remain below the player’s waist.  Also, youth based Unihockey is played without goalies but safety glasses are recommended. 

 

Northern Europe’s largest school sport and Sweden’s largest indoor sport! Equipment invented in Minnesota in the early 60’s; it is today’s contemporary version of floor hockey.  

 

Stick, ball and safety glasses provided. 

 

Fall 2018  9 sessions  1.5 hour/session  Location: Westwood Elementary which has an attached stage to watch the action!!

 

I hope to have 4 competitive teams that play a revolving schedule for 9 weeks:  2 teams practice/scrimmage 630pm to 715pm (early); 2 teams practice/scrimmage 715pm to 800pm (late)   Switch around each week.  

1st Session Sept 7th 6:30 pm  

 

Westwood Sept 7, 14. 21, 28, Oct 5, , OFF MEA!!!, 26 and Nov 2 and 9 

Washburn Oct 12

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Fall Ball Registrations BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball Updates
by posted 03/01/2018

 

2018 Fall Ball

South Metro League

Slowpitch Softball

 

August 25 through September 29th,
Saturdays, Mid-Morning to Early Afternoon
(no games labor day weekend)
Sue Fisher Fields, Burnsville MN

 

Registration Now Open!
Click Here to Register:
  


South Metro League Slowpitch Softball Season.
Fall Ball League starts August 25th through September 29th. (Labor Day weekend will be a non-scheduled date) with the opportunity of a season ending tournament October 6th. (dependent on number of teams). Games will be held Saturdays mid-morning to early afternoon located at Sue Fisher Fields, Burnsville, MN.  Double header play each Saturday.  
Age range for each division will be players in current school year 2018-19 of grades 5-8 and 9-12. Team formations will be based on participation levels, regions of the South Metro and requests. Players can also create their own full or partial team. Participation fee is $50.00 for the Fall League that will include a South Metro League jersey.


For additional information on 2018 South Metro League Fall Softball 
please reply FALL BALL in the subject line at:
 southmetroleague@gmail.com  

 

South Metro League Fall Ball Director Mike Miller

612-267-9111  •  mikemiller891@gmail.com

 

 

Registration closes 8/11/2018

 

(minimum 4-teams per level needed to hold the Fall Ball season.  If not enough players for 4-teams, registration fees will be refunded)

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Learn to Prevent & Recognize Concussions
by Master Admin posted 10/21/2016

The state of Minnesota has mandated that organizations, like the BAC, certify all coaches and officials. Get certified or notify BAC of your certification: Concussion Proof of Certification

A concussion is a brain injury caused by a bump or blow to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Even what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious.

To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC developed the Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions—a type of traumatic brain injury—to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The "Heads Up" initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion.

Click here to go to the CDC website to learn more!

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