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Age CutOff: 12/31/2016
Entry Deadline: 6/14/2017
All teams play 3 games on Saturday against out of market teams (where possible) as a warm up for the Triple Crown 4th of July events.
Game balls will be provided. All participants/coaches must be on the online roster with correct spelling and birth date. All coaches must sign the liability waiver. All players must have the waiver signed by a parent or guardian.
June 16, 2017 after 3 pm (Mountain Standard Time) at www.triplecrownsports.com under SCHEDULE/ RESULTS.
A great warm up for our Fourth of July events, 2017 marks the 33rd year for the Colorado Classic! Join us for one of Colorado's oldest and most popular tournaments!
The event attracts many college coaches already in the area for the week and offers a great opportunity to get games in before the Fireworks, Sparkler and Sparkler Junior tournaments. Come visit us early and make it a 10-day tournament swing through the state by joining us for the Colorado Classic!
Click on Sign Up Now on the right and follow the directions to register online with a credit card, or fax in payment with a credit card to 970-223-3636; attn Fastpitch or call 970-223-6644 and enter with a credit card over the phone; or mail an entry to
Triple Crown Sports
3930 Automation Way
Ft. Collins, CO 80525
1. No refund provided if brackets have been posted. If brackets have not been posted and: you call TCS 15 business days before the tournament start date, a full refund will be given minus a 20 percent processing fee; if you call TCS 10 to 14 business days prior, 50 percent of your fee will be returned; if you call TCS 9 or fewer business days before, no refund will be provided.
There is a chance this tournament could be canceled due to inclement weather. If the event is canceled prior to the start of the event, please be aware that a 20 percent administrative fee will be retained to cover fixed costs. (Also note: entry fee may be moved to another tournament without the 20 percent transfer fee).
NOTE: Franchisees May Have Variations
If the event starts and you play 0 games, TCS will retain 20 percent of your entry fee to cover administration costs; if you play one game TCS will refund 50 percent and 2 games or more, no refund will be provided.
Age Groups: Triple Crown reserves the right to combine divisions. (Example: 14u B with 14u A to may be combined in a single? division.) This decision will be based on the number of teams that enter into each bracket.
Special Start Requests: Before entering a tournament, make sure your team has no other conflicts on listed tournament dates. Triple Crown can not accommodate any special game time requests! Teams need to be prepared to play at *8:00am* on the FIRST DAY of the tournament.
Tournament Scheduling: Teams may be required to play 3 or more games in a day to accommodate the overall number of teams in the tournament.
Reserve Spot: Your team will not be confirmed into any tournament until full payment is received.
BEFORE YOUR FIRST TOURNAMENT: Please create your roster on this site, print the roster, get a signature from each player's parent or guardian, and bring the completed roster to the tournament. Any player without an authorized signature on the roster has no Triple Crown rights and assumes full personal liability for any action at a Triple Crown sponsored event. A team must only roster once per season; Triple Crown will keep your roster on file for future tournaments in the same season.
NOTE: Triple Crown Sports reserves the right to review individual situations and make final decisions on roster rules. Triple Crown Sports also reserves the right to review player transfers and issue decisions on roster moves.
Rules: Please be aware of the time limit restrictions, innings played, run rules, and pitching limitations (see Triple Crown Rules).
Birth Certificates or Proof of Age: Copies of birth certificates or proof of age (e.g., driver's license) will need to be with you at all times. If a protest arises and you can not produce age proof, you will lose the protest. Penalties vary.
TRIPLE CROWN GIRLS FASTPITCH RULES
Triple Crown Girls Fastpitch tournaments are non-sanctioned events, but are played using ASA rules and umpire mechanics with additional Triple Crown specialty rules.
All rule interpretations will be interpreted using the spirit or intent of the rule as written by the governing body or TCS specialty rule.
Any coach or player ejected from a game will be required to sit out the next game.
Option 1: Straight nine- Those nine can play any position on defense without reporting to the umpire. Those nine can NOT change order in the batting line-up even though they may be playing different positions each inning.
Option 2: Use of the DP/Flex- 10 players are listed on the line-up, but only 9 bat. The DP can bat for any player that you designate prior to the start of the game. That player is designated as the Flex and should be listed in the 10th spot on the line-up card. Any of the 10 players can play on defense.
Option 3: Use of the EH/EP- This gives you the option to bat 10 players and any 9 can play defense. This player can be placed anywhere in the line-up.
Option 4: Use of the DP/Flex and the EP/EH- This allows you to have 11 players in the game. You hit 10 and designate 1 player as the Flex. 3. Run ahead rule will be 8-6 runs after 4-5 innings.
A coin flip will determine the home team, with the exception of double elimination championship games. The team from the Winners bracket will be the home team. “If” games will use a coin flip to determine the home team.
Pool games can end in a tie.
The team listed first in pool play or the team listed on the top of the bracket will occupy the third base dugout, unless the team in the third base dugout is playing back to back.
Game time is forfeit time.
All protests will be accompanied by a $100 cash protest fee before any protest will be allowed. Games will not be “played under protest”. No roster protests will be allowed once teams have checked in and started play.
or any TEAM tournament and/or event with a championship or bracket finish and local series tournaments:
Any player who has played on a college roster (JUCO, NAIA, NCAA) or has completed college coursework after high school, is NOT eligible to play in the following Triple Crown events:
• Oklahoma City • Colorado Sparkler • Colorado Fireworks • Triple Crown World Series • Myrtle Beach Summer Nationals • TC / USA Nationals on CBS Sports network • All local state series events in Colorado, Arizona**, California, and Florida.
10U Rules: All of the above rules are the same for 10U teams except:
1. 10U teams will pitch from 35 feet.
2. A Maximum of 6 runs per half inning may be scored.
Contracted College Coaches