One of the major changes this year is that the TCYAA is using the One Call Now system – which is also used by the Trigg County School District – to notify parents of rain-outs and other issues, said Brown. He also said individual coaches can use the system for each of their teams as well.
“It’s going to make Eldridge’s [Recreation Complex Manager Eldridge Rogers] job a lot easier, it’s going to make mine a whole lot easier,” said Brown.
Brown said that almost 300 kids signed up for baseball and softball at Saturday’s evaluations, and that although that is down slightly from last year it’s still a good number.
TCYAA games are expected to start the week of April 16, said Brown. He also said they’re going to “schedule light” while school is still in session and will then “put the pedal to the metal” around the middle of May.
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