Important Update Regarding Game Schedule....
Due to All Star tryouts, all games, snack bar schedules and practices for the week of 4/28 have been modified. Games that were scheduled for Thursday,May1st will now be played on Monday, April 28th (same fields & times) and all games scheduled for Friday, May 2nd will be played on Tuesday, April 29th (same fields & times). There will be no scheduled practices on the fields for teams on Mon & Tue. The meadow will also be off limits due to teams warming up for their games. Wednesday, April 30th games have not been modified these will take place as normal. To view and updated Snack Bar schedule please click on the link below...
Revised Snack Bar Schedule
It is that time of season again.. Tryouts will be held on 5/1 & 5/2 .
May 1st - 8U and12U All Star Tryouts
May 2nd - 10U and 14U All Star Tryouts
The OCGSA Board would like to take this moment to thank everyone for coming out and making Opening Day a huge success.
Opening Day Spring 2014 Pictures
As part of the opening day ceremonies players and other attendees from children thru adults were offered the opportunity to learn "Hands only CPR" from a few volunteers from American Medical Response, the contracted 9-1-1 ambulance provider for Riverside County.
A total of 230 people learned how to save a life using the "Hands only CPR" technique otherwise known as "Compression only CPR." The technique simplifies the CPR process as it focuses on the most important aspect of CPR which is chest compressions. The three easy steps are as follows:
1.) Check for responsiveness in an apparently unconscious patient.2.) If the patient does not respond that is a reason to call 9-1-1. Direct someone to call 9-1-1.3.) Initiate and continue hard, fast, and deep chest compressions in the center of the patient's chest until help arrives.Certifications were not offered as the purpose of the training was to increase knowledge and the likelihood that a bystander would be willing to intervene in the event of an emergency. For those interested in formal training and certification you can contact American Medical Response, American Heart Association, and or the American Red Cross directly with questions