BASEBALL. The Coaticook Minor Baseball Association can’t wait for the season to begin. The enthusiasm for this summer sport is at its peak, admits the group’s president, Jean-François Blouin.
“It’s been a few weeks since we started the registrations, and it’s an incredible wave. We have identified more than sixty of them, while we are usually around fifty. And it still fits. There are many new faces, says Blouin.
Although the organizers have circled the date of May 29 as the start of next season, nothing is official yet. “We are waiting for announcements from the government to start the process. We can not take any training yet, so we have to wait. We keep our fingers crossed and we are still optimistic. “
With the number of players already registered, it is believed to be able to create teams at the atomic, peewee and bantam level. “It is also the initiation program for the youngest. We put a lot of emphasis on that, because that’s how we manage to hang the little ones for several seasons, says Jean-François Blouin.
It is always possible to register your child for the next season by going directly to the website of the Coaticook Minor Baseball Association.