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Miss Scotties Softball

General Tournament info:

Questions? - Contact the Registration Director at [email protected]

ASA Website:

Hotels Near our Fields:   (Luther Forest Athletic Fields 30 Rocket Way, Malta NY)  

Home 2 Suites - Malta, NY (3 miles from fields) 
Fairfield Inn & Suites Saratoga/Malta (3 miles from fields)

Directions to Luther Forest Athletic Fields - Home of Miss Scotties Softball:    Directions to our fields 

Reimbursement Policy:  
1.   Full reimbursement if more than 60 days from tournament start date.
2.  $100 admin fee applied: 31-60 days in advance of tournament.
3.  No refund within 30 days of tournament.

See below for specific tournaments held by Miss Scotties Softball


2021 Summer Tournaments

10u B June 11-13, 2021

12u Open June 18-20, 2021

8u Open June 25-27, 2021

12u B July 2-4, 2021

14u B July 9-11, 2021

12u C July 16-18, 2021

14u B July 30-August 1, 2021

Register Here: ASA Newengland website

$525 Checks (8u is $375) made to: 

Miss Scotties Softball
PO Box 457
Ballston Spa, NY 12020

Make Tournament Payment via Paypal here

Make Tournament Payment online click here

Miss Scotties Tournaments are played at beautiful Luther Forest Athletic Fields in Malta, NY off of exit 12 of I87 near Saratoga Springs, NY.  We have full concessions, bathrooms, 4 beautiful manicured fields.  The complex is close to downtown Saratoga Springs, Lake George and Six Flags.  Hotels, shopping and restaurants are within two miles of the park.  

Player covid-19 waiver and release of liability 1.pdf - Please print and bring with you to Miss Scotties Events at Luther Forest Athletic Fields. 

Miss Scotties Softball Covid-19 Tournament Regulations 2020

Miss Scotties Softball is proud to host 2020 summer tournaments but has put the following guidelines together to protect all participants, spectators and staff.  It is important that everyone follow the guidelines below.  

Each team’s head coach will be provided with a copy in the weeks prior to the event. Each head coach will be required to make certain that all of their coaches, players, parents and spectators will also be provided with a copy of these Rules and Guidelines.  Anyone who cannot abide by these rules and regulations will be asked to leave the park for the remainder of the tournament. Coaches are responsible for the compliance of all of their team members, parents and spectators. Any team that does not abide by these rules and guidelines will be subject to a game forfeit and/or removal from the league or tournament, without any refund. As we move forward in these unprecedented times, it is very likely that these rules and guidelines will be revised and updated. All such updates will be posted on our website, and they will be distributed to each coach.  We can not stress enough how important it is that everyone cooperate with us and abide by these new procedures. There will be a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY regarding these new requirements. All visitors are required to obey all directives from our tournament staff regarding social distancing, face coverings, and facility operating policies. Anyone who refuses to follow these directives will be required to leave the facility. 

General Health and Safety: 

- Individuals, including coaches, players, and families, need to stay home if they have tested positive for or are showing COVID-19 symptoms. (CDC Website Link Click Here)

- Individuals, including coaches, players, and families, who have recently had a close contact with a person with COVID-19 should also stay home and monitor their health. 

- Individuals, including coaches, players, and families who are sick or health compromised should also stay home and monitor their health. 

- Additional Signage will be placed at all entrances and throughout the facility, about safe and healthy practices, including hand washing and sanitizing, face coverings, and social distancing. 

- The bathrooms, and high touch points will be regularly cleaned and sanitized throughout the day. 

- Players, coaches, parents and spectators are encouraged to have their own antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizer. 

Face Coverings: 

- Per current State Regulation, a face covering shall be required to cover their nose and mouth with a mask or cloth face-covering when in a public place and unable to maintain, or when not maintaining social distance.  It is recommended that everyone in the park wear a mask when not on the field.  

- Face coverings are also mandatory whenever waiting for bathrooms and using bathrooms. 

- Face coverings should be used whenever 6 ft social distancing cannot be maintained.

- Players, coaches, umpires and field staff are allowed, but not mandated, to wear face coverings on the field. 

Cleaning, Disinfecting, and Hand Sanitizing: 


- Hand sanitizer will be provided at multiple locations throughout the park including in each dugout.  

- Dugouts will be sanitized by staff prior to each day of games.  

-  Bathrooms will be cleaned and sanitized before and after play.  

Team Bench Areas and Dugouts:

- Extended Dugout - All dugouts will have a maximum four coaches and 6 players, socially distanced.  All other coaches and players will be just outside of the dugout, socially distanced.  It is recommended that all players and coaches bring their own fold up chair.  

- Dugouts will be sanitized by staff prior to each day of games.  

- When departing their team bench area/dugout after their game, teams are to completely empty their dugout and leave nothing behind that others would have to handle to clean or discard.

- Players are to provide their own equipment and water bottles, etc., and not share these with anyone else.

- It is recommended that each player and coach have their own hand sanitizer with them, and that they regularly use this before, during and after their games.

- There is no spitting and use of seeds or other foods that require spitting in the park.  
-  Each team will receive two softballs for each day of play. 

Parents and Spectator Areas:

- Per the current NY State regulations, only two (2) spectators are allowed per player.  The coach is not a spectator.

- Parents and spectators will need to bring their own personal chairs for seating. 

- Parents and spectators are to maintain 6 ft. social distancing. Face coverings are to be used whenever 6 ft. social distancing cannot be maintained, but face coverings are recommended for everyone when not on the field of play.  

- Parents and spectators will not be allowed in the areas of the team benches, dugouts, or backstops.  Seating will be down the left and right field lines and the outfield.  

-Team tents will not be allowed but a tent is encouraged for players that are in the extended dugout area.  

- Individual tents for members of the same household will be allowed. A 6 ft. separation is required between tents. 

- Tailgating and/or “team meals” will not be allowed. 
-  Please leave the park when not playing.


- Will be closed.  Please bring your own food and drink.  

Game Management: 

- Game times may be staggered in order to assist in maintaining social distancing during game change overs, in parking areas,

- Team bench/dugout personnel will be limited to uniformed team players participating in that particular game, and up to four coaches.  

- Pre game meetings with game officials are to include only one coach from each team and the game official, and each are to maintain 6 ft social distancing. 

-  There can be no handshakes, high-fives or fist bumps before, during or after the games. Please tip your hat, waive or bow to the opponents after the game from in front of your dugouts. 

- Pre or post game meetings or team huddles will not be allowed. 

- No coaches will be allowed on the field to disagree with or argue a call. Coaches may call the official to their team bench area for certain questions, while remaining 6 ft away. For the safety of all we will not allow aggressive arguing with any official.  

- Staff and/or umpires will warn coaches if the team is not abiding by these rules and regulations. Teams will receive a maximum of two (2) warnings. If a third infraction occurs, the game will end and a game forfeit will be recorded.

- Mound visits will maintain 6ft social distancing. 

- Umpires might stand behind the pitcher and/or a few feet behind the catcher if they choose.  

- Lineup cards should be exchanged electronically by teams.  

-  Umpires will not take any lineup cards from coaches, but will check lineups during pregame meetings.  No Lineup cards for umpires during pool play.  During elimination games teams will hold a lineup card for the umpire and make changes in front of the official, but must wear a mask when doing so.