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Aug 15, 2012 10:17 AM

GA Trouble Softball Organization Try-outs August 19th

A try-out will be held for the GA Trouble Softball Organization on Sunday August 19th 2:00-5:00 at Manning Mill Park in Adairsville,  GA.



The GA Trouble Softball Organization began in 2006 and includes girls ranging in age from 8 to 19 representing the counties of Cobb, Cherokee, Gwinnett, Bartow, Douglas, Forsyth, Haralson, Gilmer, Floyd, Gordon, Polk and Paulding.



Many players within the organization have aspirations to play at the collegiate level, and all are committed to developing into the best player possible. Since the organization began we have had 32 players receive offers to play collegiate softball, which was 100% of our eligible players with offers!



Players in the organization develop their skills under the direction of Deb Sonnenberg, a 1996 Canadian Olympic pitcher and former college coach. Everyone in the organization is learning the skills not only on the softball field, but also in the areas of weight training and conditioning, mental preparation, nutrition, and leadership. All players have the opportunity to work on their skills, while having fun and improving the quality of their game.



The 2012-2013 season will be very competitive and demanding as each of the teams will be qualifying for national championship tournaments.  The older players will be attending the largest college exposure tournaments in the country. In order to accomplish these goals our teams will be traveling to Tennessee, Florida, Alabama, Colorado, and South Carolina and then playing in several tournaments in Georgia for a berth to the National Championship.



The GA Trouble Softball Organization is fully committed to developing one player at a time as we respect the game and the young ladies who are willing to live up to our high standards and expectations.



For more information contact:

Deb Sonnenberg: 404-824-3882

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