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  1. Les Dietmeier says:

    Sorry to burst your bubble Bob but cushing has maybe 100-150 people in town not 700

  2. Bob says:

    I got those numbers from a search of the town on the Internet. Thanks for correcting. I’ll change the numbers in the story.

  3. Jim Brackin says:

    yeh!! for the young bucks! Thanks for keeping the game alive! Fastpitch softball was the best thing that ever happened for me ….. uhh, yes dear, except for you. 🙂

  4. Bob says:

    Some say fast pitch isn’t for the younger generations today. Well, maybe that’s true for some, but for others they play the game with the same enthusiasm and dedication as any of the preceding generations. And these young bucks don’t have the advantage that I and many others had from the 1960s to late ’80s in being able to drive in any direction close to home and play in weeknight leagues and tournaments.

  5. Les Dietmeier says:

    Thanks bob for the article, I hope it brings more attention to our tournament and to fastpitch in general, it is harder for the younger group to get involved like you say there is not as many teams to join. In the 70’s and 80’s there used to be 3 leagues in this area to play in and now there is just one left

  6. Bob says:

    You are welcome Les. You guys do a great job with the sport in your corner of the world. Grass roots fastpitch at its best.

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