WWBA Tournament WWBA Southeast Qualifier #2
Sep 26 - 28, 2014 Perfect Game Park at LakePoint - Cartersville, GA  
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- Perfect Game Park at LakePoint  No metal cleats allowed
  124 LakePoint Pkwy Cartersville, GA 30121 Map   

- Osborne HS  
  2451 Favor Road Southwest Marietta, GA 30060 Map   

- Bartow County Parks and Rec  
  31 Beavers Drive Cartersville, GA 30120 Map   

- Perry Park  
  738 Grassdale Road Northwest Cartersville, GA 30121 Map   

- Creekview HS  
  1550 Owens Store Road Canton, GA 30115 Map   

- Kennesaw Mountain HS  
  1898 Kennesaw Due-West Road Kennesaw, GA 30152 Map   

- Sprayberry HS  
  2525 Sandy Plains Rd Marietta, GA 30066 Map   

- Pope HS  
  3001 Hembree Rd Marietta, GA 30062 Map   

- Kell HS  
  4770 Lee Waters Road Marietta, GA 30066 Map   

- East Cobb Complex  
  4617 Lee Waters Road Marietta, GA 30066 Map   

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This event will serve as a qualifier event for the 2014 WWBA World Championship, which will be held October 23-27 in Jupiter, FL  The winner of this event will receive an automatic paid invitation 

**No Metal Spikes allowed at LakePoint**
BAT TYPE: Wood bat. 
ENTRY FEE: $1000/team (No refunds 30 days prior)
AGE LIMIT: 2015 grads and younger  No birthdate requirements Must be in HS 
COOLERS: Coolers/drinks will NOT be allowed in the complexes
GAMES: 4 guaranteed, weather permitting. 

GATE PRICES:
ALL TOURNAMENT PASS(good for all games/all days) - $25
DAILY PASS(good for all games on one day) - $10
OFFICIAL TOURNAMENT PROGRAM - $5

Games: 4 games guaranteed, weather permitting.

Age Eligibility: 2014 Graduate or younger.

Bat Type: Wood Bat Only Bat Restrictions

Hotels: All teams are required to book housing through following link Host Hotels

Coolers: Not Allowed

Entry Fee: 1000 USD  ((No refunds 30 days prior))

NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AT ANYTIME AFTER PAYMENT. PERFECT GAME WILL HOLD A CREDIT TO A FUTURE EVENT IF NOTICE OF CANCELLATION IS GIVEN AT LEAST 3 WEEKS PRIOR

Gate Prices:

  • Tournament Pass: 25.00 USD (Per Person) - Entry to all games for this tournament
  • Daily Pass: 10.00 USD (Per Person) - Entry to all games for a specific day
  • Age 14 and younger are free to get in
  • Tournament Program: 5.00 USD

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Category Time/Velo Name St Event year Draft Commitment
FB 94  mph Jordon "Jo" Adell KY 2016  1 Louisville
FB 94  mph Andrew Schultz GA 2015   Tennessee

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