MAYDAY I – Softball Tournament Champions – Good Company

Good Company came out as the #3 seed after three games of pool play in the inaugural SoCo Sport Inc men’s slow pitch softball tournament and snuck by SoCo Softball Club for a 14-13 win to advance to the semi-finals.  The boys in red from Good Company played a solid game against the tournaments only team from out of town, Hellman’s Aftershock (Grand Junction, CO) to notch a 13-9 win and a trip to the finals against a red hot B N T Fort Carson team that put up a decisive win against the Robot Chickens 22-15 in the other semi-final game to advance to the finals.  The championship game was close until Good Company put up six runs in the bottom of the third to take a 12-5 lead over B N T.  However, B NT kept scrapping and picked up four runs in both the bottom of the fourth and bottom of the fifth to take a 13-12 lead.  It was in the bottom of the lasting inning as time expired that Good Company put up two runs to win the game 14-13 and become the MAYDAY I Champions in SoCo Sport Inc’s inaugural slow pitch tournament.  Along with winning the championship Good Company received a paid entry into the Memorial Day Night Rider slow pitch softball tournament and a new Worth Jeff Hall 454 bat.

SoCo Sport Inc would like to thank all participants from Rover Plus Nine/TSA, SoCo Softball Club, Hellman’s Aftershock, Robot Chickens and B N T Fort Carson for making the Men’s Lower (D/E) slow pitch softball tournament a success.  SoCo Sport would like to congratulate Good Company on playing and excellent tournament and winning the championship.  Last, SoCo would is proud to award SWEAT (Co-Ed) with a paid entry into the Memorial Day Night Rider as they beat 12-1 in a consolation Co-Ed game.  Thanks to both SWEAT and for their participation.

Next event Memorial Day Night Rider 26 May 2013 at Sky View Sport Complex, Colorado Springs, CO.

Good Company - MAYDAY I Men's Champions

Good Company – MAYDAY I Men’s Champions

An Ode to the Professional Softball Player – Unknown

An Ode to the Professional Softball Player

-Unknown Author

Allow me to introduce myself. I’m the best fucking softball player you’ve ever met.  Just ask the opposing teams in the 4 leagues I’m in this summer. I flat out rake. You could populate a small country with all the pitchers I’ve taken deep.

I just spent three hours in the batting cage and hit the shit out of the ball. Line drives, big flies, opposite field shots. I can do it all. Some kids next to me in the cages were staring and pointing at me. I can’t blame them. They’ve probably never seen a 40 year-old man wearing Oakley Blades and batting gloves who can hit bombs like me (especially not with shorts this tight).

This season, I’m making sure we sweep all 4 leagues, especially the Men’s League in Albertville. We were two outs away from winning that baby last year and now I can taste it. I’ve gotta get my hands on that 10-foot plastic trophy. It’s all I think about. Rumor has it the league winners get 2 free buckets at Geez after the season. No way we lose with the trophy and 10 bottles of Coors on the line.

I just bought all new equipment for this season. You should see the acrylic baseball pants I got (super bright & super tight). I picked up a new set of wristbands, a tube of eye black, a few new gold chains, and a pair of 3-inch mud cleats, you know, just in case I need to break up a double play. I also got my hands on a $350 titanium bat for a little extra power. It cost me a week’s pay, but screw it, when I start cranking 400-foot shots it will be worth it. Plus I might need it to beat off all the trim that will be chasing me after the games.  Softball groupies love guys who can go deep.

I can’t wait for that first at bat. I’m bringing a tape deck to the game, so that I can blast The Scorpions when I walk to the plate. Nothing gets me fired up to play ball more than The Scorpions. Except maybe AC/DC, but I save that for the playoffs.

I feel sorry for the other teams. They have no idea what I’m about to unleash on them. Actually, I don’t feel sorry for them. You think that anyone felt sorry for me when that bastard coach cut me from the 8th grade baseball team? You think Babe Ruth or Dave Kingman felt sorry for the other team when they took them deep?  They should have known better than to get into a league with me.

This year I’m focused. I practiced like a son of a bitch in the winter and got the call to play third. That’s right, the hot corner. Only the best play the hot corner. I have to be sharp, so no more beer during the games. I’m going to wait until after the game to starting pounding cold ones and I’m still going to drink your ass under the table.

My initials might as well be M-V-P. That stands for Most Valuable Player for all you non-softball players.

The League starts Thursday night. I took the day off of work.

Why do I take softball so seriously?

Fuck you. You’re just jealous


MAYDAY I – Softball Tournament

One week left to register for SoCo Sport Inc’s MAYDAY I softball tournament.  The tournament is scheduled for three divisions, Men’s D and E along with a Co-Ed division.  There are 16 slots available for each division and still plenty of room for teams to sign up.  It’s going to be a double elimination tournament and be an exciting event for all as SoCo brings the World Softball League to Colorado.  The winner of each division will get a paid entry to SoCo Sport Inc’s Memorial Day Night Rider softball tournament on May 26-27 along with a prize package from Worth.  If you need more information about the tournament visit SoCo Sport Inc online at

MAYDAY I Softball Tournament – Early Registration Ends 12 April

Today and tomorrow left for early registration for SoCo’s MAYDAY I – Early registration closes 12 April 2013.

SoCo Sport Inc’s – MAYDAY I slow pitch softball tournament early registration ends 12 April 13.  The MAYDAY I softball tournament is a WSL (World Softball League) sanction tournament with three divisions of play – D, E and Co-Ed to be played at Sky View Sports Complex in Colorado Springs, CO on May 4-5.  Early registration ends 12 April for $199.  After 12 April registration is open until 29 April for $229.  This tournament is limited to 16 teams per division, so sign up early.  Teams can sign up online at via PayPal or by sending check or money order along with the following information(Tournament Name, Team Name, Division of Play, Team Point of Contact Email/Phone Number) to:

SoCo Sport Inc

3472 Research Parkway, Ste. 104-321

Colorado Springs, CO 80920

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SoCo Softball Club – 2013 Softball Tournament Schedule

SoCo Softball Club is proud to announce its 2013 softball tournament schedule.  The Club will kick off the season in Castle Rock, CO at the Battle at the Rock and play in four other tournaments between Colorado Springs and Denver.  The highlights of the 2013 softball tournament schedule will be a trip to Black Hills, SD to play in the 10th Annual King of the Hills softball tournament on July 13-14, and finally round out the season with a trip to Las Vegas, NV to play in the WSL/Worth West Coast Championship November 9-10.  Jesse and Anthony, founders of SoCo Sport Inc, are excited for what 2013 has to offer for the club.  SoCo Softball Club is new to the softball scene in Colorado and looks to be a big name up and down Colorado’s Front Range in the years to come.  Check SoCo Softball Club out at:

SoCo Softball Club – 2013 Softball Tournament Schedule

Battle at the Rock – Castle Rock, CO / 13-14 April

Mountain Lion Classic – Colorado Springs, CO / 11-12 May

Rocky Mountain Shootout NIT – Denver, CO / 22-23 June

King of the Hills – Black Hills, SD / 13-14 July

Night Owl – Colorado Springs, CO / 3 Aug

All World State – Westminster, CO / 12-13 Oct

WSL/Worth West Coast Championship / 9-10 Nov


SoCo Sport Partners With WSL In Colorado Softball Tournaments

SoCo Sport is proud to partner with WSL-World Softball League:  SoCo Sport along with WSL will bring 4 Men’s and Co-Ed Slow Pitch Softball Tournaments to Colorado in 2013 and looks to add 4-6 more in 2014.  WSL is up and coming in the amateur sports arena and specializes in slow pitch softball.  WSL is based out of Lee, Florida and aims to takes softball to “The Next Level.”  In 2014 WSL will begin sanctioning and hosting girls fast pitch softball tournaments along with boy’s baseball tournaments and hopes to make its mark in those sports as well.  The fast moving organization is looking to surpass the “big name” associations in amateur softball to include ASA, USSSA, and NSA.  SoCo Sport is excited to bring WSL to Colorado and the region and will take part in the opportunities WSL provides with all sports including Slow Pitch Softball, Girls Fast Pitch Softball and Boys Baseball.  Look for SoCo Sport Softball Tournaments to be your teams way to WSL regional and national events.  SoCo Sport’s first WSL Softball Tournament, MAYDAY I, will be 4-5 May 2013 at Sky View Sports Complex in Colorado Springs, CO.  Visit for more details.

MAYDAY I Softball Tournament


Our first tournament for this year will be the MAYDAY I Softball Tournament from May 4th-5th. This is going to be a ton of fun for everyone involved. There will be 3 Divisions: D/E and Coed. 48 teams total with 16 teams per division. This is a WSL sanctioned event at Sky View Sports Complex in Colorado Springs, CO. For more information or to register your team CLICK HERE.

Welcome to Soco Sport!

Welcome to SoCo Sport. We organize, manage and promote amateur sporting evetns and tournaments in Southern Colorado to include, softball, baseball, flag football, speed and strength camps and much more. We’re currently working on building our website which should be complete by the Summer of 2013. Stay up to date with us on all our Colorado softball tournaments and events for 2013 and look for much more in 2014. Like us on facebook as well.