All Kinds of News for March 04, 2020
Each clean and sober softball teams from around the country travel to Las Vegas to compete in the CSNSA Wold Series hosted by the Clean and Sober Nation Softball Association. The mission of the CSNSA is "To continue to foster unity across the United States among clean and sober softball players." The Legacy Outdoor Adventures team is heading to Las Vegas to compete in 2020!
Last year (2019) was the first year that Legacy Outdoor Adventures has competed in the Sober Softball Series. Represented by an incredible group of players who competed with honor and integrity, the team - led by Legacy alumni - finished the tournament undefeated. In the championship game they competed against a talented California team and came out on top, winning 19 to 9.
The unity and support demonstrated by each team is always inspiring. On Saturday night of the weekend/championship, all the teams gather to share stories and experiences Clean & Sober softball, followed by a sobriety countdown. Last year the crowd totaled 7,500 years of recovery. After each game, opposing teams circle up in the middle of the field to recite the serenity prayer and celebrate one of the tournaments central messages, that "it's possible to have fun while staying clean and sober.”
"We were so proud of them, not only for the win, but for all the hard work they put into their recovery," Derek Daley said of last year's team. Daley will once again travel to Las Vegas to coach and cheer on the team.
“My favorite moment was walking into the Big League of Dreams on Friday and feeling so blessed that there were so many clean and sober people that made it out to this event." said one player.
The CSNSA World Series will be held March 20th-22nd 2020 in Las Vegas Nevada. For more information visit https://www.csnsa.com.
Legacy Outdoor Adventures is located in Loa, UT. Legacy Outdoor Adventures is an adventure therapy program for young men ages 18 and up. LOA is licensed as both an Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Program and a Residential Treatment Center.