Treasure Coast Sports Commission Finalizes Preparation for Hosting the FHSAA Softball State Finals at Jackie Robinson Training Complex
VERO BEACH, Fla. -The top high school softball teams in the State of Florida will converge on Vero Beach next week to compete for a state championship on the softball quad at the Jackie Robinson Training Complex. All state-wide, Regional Tournament Finals have been decided and the schedule is set. The four-day event will divide the nine classes of teams, with schools competing in semi-final rounds, followed by championship games the next day.
Beginning Tuesday, May 21, classifications 1A – 4A, will begin play at the Jackie Robinson Training Complex with first pitch scheduled for 10:35 am. All championship games for these four classifications will take place Wednesday, May 22, scheduled to begin at 11:05 am. Championship games will take place on Field 8, where additional bleachers have been brought in for larger crowds.
The 5A – 9A classifications will start their semi-final games on Thursday, May 23, then championship games will take place on Friday, May 24. First game for the 5A – 9A Semi-Finals is scheduled to begin Thursday at 8:35 am. Championship games for 5A – 9A are scheduled to begin at 10:05 am. The FHSAA State Softball Finals is proudly hosted by the Treasure Coast Sports Commission, Indian River County, SLW Centennial High School, and the Jackie Robinson Training Complex. This marks the seventh consecutive year the FHSAA Softball State Finals will take place in Vero Beach.
“The Treasure Coast Sports Commission is excited to be hosting the 2019 FHSAA Softball Finals,” shared Rick Hatcher, Executive Director of the Treasure Coast Sports Commission. “Thirty-six of the best teams in the state in their respective classifications, along with their families and fans, will be coming to Indian River County for an experience of a lifetime. It has truly been a team effort, without amazing partnerships with Indian River County, SLW Centennial High School, and the Jackie Robinson Training Complex, along with Athletic Directors from the Treasure Coast, the event would not be possible.”
Admission for the event is $12 per person, per session, while parking is $10 for cars and $25 for buses. Food and beverage concessions will be available throughout the event. Visit fhsaa.org/sports/softball for more information on game-times, teams and schedule.
For additional information, please contact Ryan Strickland via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 772-380-6221.
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Treasure Coast Sports Commission
PO Box 882172
Port St. Lucie, FL 34988