I-9 promotes kids to be inclusive and allows each child to participate no matter the level of skill. The teams generally appear to be even in terms of skill of players. Most coaches hold up the standards of I-9. Most kids at these young ages are trying to figure out if they like the sport. By being inclusive and teaching the skills allows the kids to build their confidence and not be all about winning.
This year the staff with I-9 did a great job trying to enforce the safe to play rules. It’s just a shame that sometimes parents cannot follow the rules. Especially when that is something we always teach our children to do.
My only compliant this year at Lazelle was the grounds especially the grass could of been cut more. Even the kids on my son’s team mentioned it. Of course it would be nice if there was a more permanent bathrooms @ Lazelle. That obviously may not be in I-9 control.