Mobile to Host AHSAA Umpires Camp
May 27th, 2015
The umpires’ camp is put on yearly to certify umpires for the upcoming year’s post-season state baseball tournaments. The event will also bring in 26 high school teams from all over the state to compete, with 18 of those being from out of the area. Up to 80 umpires from around the state are expected to participate and will be calling the exhibition baseball games as part of their training. Coaches, family and friends will be traveling with the teams as well.
The games will be played at a handful of fields throughout Mobile County – St. Paul’s Episcopal School, Spring Hill College, UMS-Wright Preparatory School, Saraland High School, and St. Luke’s Episcopal School.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) is the governing body and host of all high school sanctioned sports championships in the state of Alabama.
About The Mobile Sports Authority
The Mobile Sports Authority (MSA) is a non-profit sports commission formed in 2008 by the Mobile County Commission. The main mission is to create a positive economic and public relations impact for Mobile County, the City of Mobile, and the region through attracting, hosting, managing and supporting sporting events. MSA is the main point of contact for sports and sports-related activities for the Mobile County area. For more information on MSA, please visit www.mobilesportsauthority.com.
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