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Season Update as of 5/29
by posted 05/29/2020

NTBSA Coaches, Parents and Fans,

We wanted to send an update to everyone to let you know that we are still evaluating the situation when it comes to the start of the season for both baseball and softball.  Here is what we know: 


  • Both Governor Polis and Tri County Health have continued to limit the size of group gatherings to 10 people,

  • Tri County Health has also not allowed fields to open in several cities including Thorton and the surrounding cities,

  • Our tournament baseball and softball teams have once again begun practicing in a limited fashion for the past several weeks,

  • Although Polis has allowed day camps and sports camps to open June 1, he still hesitates to provide guidance on youth sports programs.


It is understandable that many of you are frustrated with the lack of overall guidance, especially when it comes to the recreational softball program.  At this time, we at NTBSA are making sure that we will be able to ramp up as fast as possible should the situation change in short order.  We want you all to know the following:


  • If you are part of the tournament baseball and softball teams, you are fully insured for both practices and tournaments.  We anticipate that many of our teams will travel out of state.  If you need an insurance certificate for a specific tournament or organization it will be provided to your team,

  • We have NOT cancelled the recreational softball season at this time.  We are in communication with IPGSA and the City of Thornton and as soon as we have more guidance it will be provided for you,

  • Should you want a refund for your recreational softball registration this season, it will be provided to you at 100% of the cost.  However, you will need to take advantage of this BEFORE the season begins.  If we start the season within the next few weeks with practices, the money will be non-refundable.


I implore you to reach out to your local city and state officials and discuss the impact this is having on our children.  It literally makes no sense that we can eat in restaurants, in a limited fashion, and crowd large big box retailers, but being in the sun on an open field is not allowed.  We know this has been detrimental to our kids mentally, and we need change to happen sooner rather than later.  The longer this drags on the closer we get to a lost season.  Please stay positive, and if you have any questions please email us at


Keith Diamond - President

Craig Westling - Vice President

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King Soopers Community Rewards Program
by posted 04/20/2019

North Thornton Baseball and Softball Association is part of the King Soopers Community Rewards Program. This is a great way to raise money for the association and to offset your player costs.

You can sign-up by going to this website:  Once you have logged into either your King Soopers or City Market account, search for the NTBSA code of AM010 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a loyalty card.  If you don’t have a loyalty card, you can create one on the site. We appreciate all of your support.


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