41st Annual
March 7–9

HOSTED BY
LUBBOCK ISD

THURSDAY

MARCH 7, 2024

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FRIDAY

MARCH 8, 2024

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SATURDAY

MARCH 9, 2024

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

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FIELD LOCATIONS

 

Estacado High School – Matador Field

1504 E. Itasca St.
Lubbock, TX 79403

Lubbock High School – Leslie Field

803 N. University Ave.
Lubbock, TX 79401

Monterey High School – Moegle Field

66th St. & Avenue L
Lubbock, TX 79412

 

Frenship High School – Tiger Field

902 Dowden Road
Wolfforth, TX 79382

Lubbock-Cooper High School – Baseball Complex

16302 TX-493 Loop
Lubbock, TX 79423

Coronado High School – O’Banion Field
5516 Marsha Sharp Fwy,
Lubbock, TX 79407

KAL SEGRIST AWARD

Kal Segrist was a true baseball pioneer and legend. After leading his Adamson High School team to two Texas State Championships, he helped lead the Texas Longhorns to a national title in 1950. After 11 years in professional baseball, Segrist arrived at Texas Tech University as an assistant coach and later served 16 seasons as the head coach of the Red Raiders. Thanks in large part to the work Segrist put in at Texas Tech, Lubbock, Texas is known today for it’s success developing baseball talent.

The Kal Segrist Award is presented to an individual that has had a positive impact on Lubbock Youth Baseball. This person embodies the same work ethic and care that Segrist showed to baseball in Lubbock

2023 RECIPIENT: Curtis Alexander

Curtis Alexander left a remarkable impact on the baseball community as a player, coach, teacher, and umpire. He started his baseball journey at Amarillo High and played for the American Legion and Babe Ruth baseball. Alexander's passion for the game led him to umpiring, starting with Lubbock High in 1980, followed by the Dixie Sr. League and the Babe Ruth League. He was trained by the South Plains Chapter for high school umpires and received education to enhance his career. Alexander worked for Lubbock coaches John Dudley and Bobby Moegle and worked his way up to the UIL baseball tournament in Austin six times.

He was also president of the state high school baseball umpire association for four years and district director for 18 years. Alexander umpired college baseball games, including the Big 12 Conference, the Big 12 tournament, and the Junior College World Series in Colorado. Throughout his 41 years in high school baseball, Alexander credits late national league umpire John Mcsherry, college coaches Kal Segrist and Larry Hays, and high school coaches John Dudley and Bobby Moegle as his influences. Alexander loves being around the game he loves and helps other umpires achieve their goals.

RECIPIENTS

1999 – Kal Segrist

2000 – Bill Dean

2001– Jim Truett

2002– Bobby Moegle

2003– John Dudley

2004– James Webster

2005 – Bobby Welch

2006– Ron Bartley

2007– Marylou Castilleja Reyna

2008– Cal Lowry

2009– Woody Van Dyke

2010– Mack Owen

2011– Wayne Ricketson

2012– AB Morris

2013– Barry Orr

2014– Bart Reagor

2015– Scott Gwinn

2016– Mike Gustafson

2017– Dr. EC Leslie & Dr. Tim Leslie

2018– Hub Crowell

2019– Mark Griffin and Rip Griffin

2020– David Thetford

2021– Kelly Robinson

2022– David Johnson

TEAMS

Colleyville Heritage
El Paso Americas
El Paso Chapin
El Paso Coronado
El Paso Eastlake
El Paso El Dorado
El Paso Montwood

El Paso Pebble Hills
El Paso Socorro
El Paso Ysleta
Frenship
Lubbock Cooper
Lubbock Coronado

 

Lubbock Estacado
Lubbock High
Lubbock Monterey
Permian
Plainview
San Angelo Central

TOURNAMENT PRICING

(Student prices for 18 and under)

1-DAY PASS

daily hand stamp

ADULT

$6

Cash Only

STUDENT

$4

Cash Only

3-DAY PASS

wristband

ADULT

$15

Cash Only

STUDENT

$10

Cash Only

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