LIONS TOURNEY DATES: APRIL 6 TO APRIL 9, 2020
The 70th Annual SD Lions HS Baseball Tournament is now open for registration. Local teams from San Diego and Imperial Counties need to register under local teams.
All other teams from out of San Diego/Imperial Counties must register under the "Out of Town Team" forms. *** the registrations are different.
If you have a SPORTS ENGINE account, that will make it easier to register. If not, please create a sports engine account before registering.
CIF SECTION RULES STILL ATTACH 2 POINTS OR CONTACTS USED FOR LOCAL SAN DIEGO SECTION TEAMS. OUT OF TOWN TEAMS NEED TO CHECK WITH THEIR SANCTIONING BODY TO SEE HOW MANY POINTS OR CONTACTS YOU NEED. IT TAKES 5 POINTS/CONTACTS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND IN ALL DIVISIONS EXCEPT FOR THE TWO LOWEST DIVISIONS WHERE IT TAKES 4 POINTS/CONTACTS
FEES ARE $600.00 Fees are payable online by credit card or by check. Make checks payable to SD Lions Welfare Foundation, 310 Market Street, San Diego CA. 92101
For game scores go to the Lions Twitter Account @ www.twitter.com
SEE TWITTER FEED BELOW
log in: lionsbaseball password: gallagher
OR BETTER YET: have instant game updates on Game Changer since most teams use Game Changer to score games:
Go to www.gamechanger.com (link below)
Create a log in if you need to. Pick your favorite team and follow them. If your team is not on Game Changer, try following their opponent who may be using Game Changer.
TOURNAMENT FEES HAVE RISEN
2020 TOURNAMENT FEE IS $600.00
PAY ONLINE VIA CREDIT CARD OR PAY OFFLINE BY CHECK
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
SAN DIEGO LIONS WELFARE FOUNDATION
MAIL CHECKS TO:
VICKIE @ SAN DIEGO LIONS CLUB
310 MARKET STREET
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92101
Founded by Mike Morrow and Les Cassie, in 1951, The San Diego Downtown Lions High School Baseball Tournament is the Oldest and Largest High School Tourney in the United States. Traditionally held in the week between Palm Sunday and Easter, games are played for four days by 130 plus high school teams at fields all over San Diego County. With over 8 divisions that cover all skill levels, we have teams ranked in the top 25 in the nation to teams that come from schools with less than 100 students.
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