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GYBSA halts activities

Upon receiving the news that GISD is suspending classes and all extracurricular school activities until Mon. Mar. 30th, the Groesbeck Youth Baseball/Softball Associations (GYBSA) Board has elected to follow suit with the school district.

No organized practices can be held at the Sports Complex or City Park Field in Groesbeck until further notice.

"We have also notified Brazos Valley that we are putting our 6U Girls Preseason Tournament on hold at this time,"  stated GYBSA President James Ellison. "We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but we feel the safety of our children and the public warranted this action." 

 


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