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Popular Men’s & Women’s Fastpitch Tournament Returns To Soboba

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

SAN JACINTO, Calif. – The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians Parks and Recreation Dept. will be holding its 2018 20th Annual Memorial Day Men’s and Women’s Fastpitch tournament on May 25-27.

The tournament features BIG cash payouts and prizes. Please see flier for complete information.

  • For registration forms visit: www.sobobaparksandrec.com.
  • Teams interested should contact Steve Lopez at 951-654-1319 or by email slopez@soboba-nsn.gov.
  • Soboba Reservation Map
  • Fastpitch teams and fans, you don’t want to miss this tournament! Courtesy Photo

    Soboba BBC hosting men’s fastpitch tournament this weekend

    Friday, November 5th, 2010


    Catch the action at the Eric Post Memorial Tournament.
    Photo By BOB OTTO / 2010 NAFA World Series

    SAN JACINTO, CA – The Soboba BBC and So. California tribes will be hosting the 8th Annual Eric Post Memorial Men’s Fastpitch Softball Tournament, Friday through Sunday, Nov. 5 -7, at the Soboba Indian Reservation Sports Complex.

    The tournament features 18 teams, including the Soboba BBC along with the Colton Dirtbags, Pala Braves, Corona Rebels, So. Calif. Bandits – just to name a few – that will be fighting for the championshp.

    So if you want to see some terrific fastpitch action on a beautiful softball complex, then take a trip to the Soboba Indian Reservation, located just north of San Jacinto (Hemet area). As an added bonus, the Soboba Casino is just about a half-mile from the softball fields.

    Internet search leads to blond, beautiful Tassie

    Thursday, July 9th, 2009

    YUCAIPA, CA – I was on the Internet yesterday searching for female companionship.

    I wanted someone close to my age, someone with an attractive physique, someone of a gentle and kind nature, someone who likes to relax in the evening lying close by my side, and someone who likes early morning walks in the park.

    And did I ever luck out and find a beauty. Her name is Tassie and she comes from San Jacinto. She’s blond, rather tall and long-legged, with big brown eyes that melt your heart.

    And she only cost me $48.75 and she came with a leash and collar.

    By now my ruse should be up and my wife Nanette can relax. (Up to this point, she probably was steaming and muttering under her breath, “I always suspected the S.O.B. would someday cheat on me!”)

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