Saturday, April 2, 2011

MRYC (Madison Ridgeland Youth Club) Baseball-Madison, Miss.

Sporting age groups range from ages four to 18.  Each team was sponsored by different businesses and organizations.

Coaches get the opportunity to talk to the team and recap on strategies before the game.  Russell vs. Adams began at 2 that afternoon.

Players take out time to practice on throws before and during the game.  Taylor, 9, was playing for The Brewers.

 Family members-including pets, come to support their favorite teams.  Red, pet of the Schwarner family, came along.

        Liberty Village Park, Madison, Miss., is located at 810 Madison Avenue and is open to the public.  The park's mission is to provide facilities and programs that better the quality of life for local residents.The kids' playground was build from the imaginations of Madison's children and built by the community. 
        Liberty Park maintains five fields for baseball and softball, along with five fields for soccer.  It also holds two volleyball courts with a 1 1/2 mile paved walking trail on the side.  To provide visitors with food and beverages, there is a well fit concession stand in the center of the the park.  This allows visitors to get easy access to drinks and food from any direction. 
        Spring Baseball, along with other sporting activites, has begun at the park. It is offered for ages 4-18.  Registration for it was in late January and early February.  All leagues have a minimum of 44 players in order to play.

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