Here are ways we are keeping Players healthy
KSR is committed to keeping players healthy amid the COVID-19 Epidemic. We have implemented health and safety precautions to deliver on our mission to provide a safe and fun environment for players.
To comply with Governor Holcomb's State Mandate, all players, coaches, assistant coaches, team managers, umpires, and volunteers must wear a mask unless batting, base running or fielding.
The board met via zoom May 12, 2020 and approved a Fall 2020 Season that keeps our players safe amidst Indiana’s Re-Opening Phases. Unless the Governor, Tippecanoe Health Department or TSC make any changes to the currently published re-opening phases, Fall Season will begin July 1, 2020 and play up to October 31, 2020 weather permitting.
All age groups will play according to their age group cut off from the cancelled spring season; no playing up unless previously approved by Softball/Baseball Director (see FAQs on the website).
Tee Ball and Rookies Season will start the week of July 20th, with the first games on August 8th. The last games will be September 26th. There will be one regularly scheduled practice each week and a single game on Saturdays.
KSR leases its fields from Tippecanoe County School Corporation. We have approval to enter the fields/concession stand on July 1, 2020.
KSR will use the recommended health and safety measures by the USSSA where possible.
All players, coaches, umpires, spectators, volunteers, team managers and family members are to practice social distancing.
Any person who is experiencing symptoms of sickness will be prohibited from attending the event/venue of play.
All posted and published local- and state-regulated guidelines shall be followed.
Every player is to have their own helmet and bat. No sharing of equipment will be permitted. Players must come to practice with their own helmet and bat.
Team managers will wipe down all helmets and bats and catchers gear between innings.
If you need assistance getting a helmet or bat for your child, contact our Equipment Director Eric Bruce at email@example.com
NOTE: ALL SOFTBALL PLAYERS must have a helmet with a face mask.
Upon arriving at a dugout for the first time, teams are to disinfect hard surface areas
(benches, bat racks, etc.) to comply with the CDC recommendation of a two-step process for cleaning and disinfecting.
Teams will clean their dugout of all trash and other items after each game, and wipe down (clean) hard surfaces such as benches, bat racks, etc.to comply with the CDC recommendation of a two-step process for cleaning and disinfecting.
KSR will provide Coaches and Team Managers antibacterial wipes for keeping the dugout and equipment clean.
Players should practice social distancing by waiting outside the dugout whenever possible.
No seeds, gum or spitting in the dugout or on the field.
Players may wear PPE in the dugout and on the field if they choose to.
Players should plan on bringing an individual water bottle.
Team snacks should be individually wrapped and labeled and kept outside of the dugout area.
KSR will run the Concessions stand following all guidelines required by the Tippecanoe County Health Department.
Volunteers will be trained on proper cleaning, cooking and customer service procedures.
The stand windows will be labeled for customers to practice proper social distancing including an order side and a pick up side.
All volunteers must be 10 years or older to help this season.
Please contact us if you have questions, concerns, ideas or feedback as we navigate this unusual Fall 2020 Season.
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