General's Highway Athletic Association of Annapolis, Rolling Knolls and Crownsville exists to instill leadership and promote the concept of teamwork among our children while ensuring all players gain confidence, build skills, play equally and have fun.
 
 
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Annapolis Open® - Officer Grant Turner Memorial Baseball Tournament

The Annapolis Open® Baseball Tournament began operating in 2005 with the first tournament held in March 2006 at General's Highway Corridor Park in conjunction with Riva Park.  The Open is in memory of Officer Grant Turner, a young man who loved baseball in his brief and illustrious life and supports the Grant Turner Memorial Fund which sponsors college scholarships in Grant's name1.

The Annapolis Open is planned for the first weekend in April and is sponsored by General's Highway Athletic Association with support from the Maryland Diamond Umpires Association, members of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police (MdTA Police), and Phil and Nancy Turner and family.

The Tournament is fielding teams in U9, U10, U11, U12, U13 and U14 age categories.  'A' and 'B' brackets when there are 12 or more teams in an age category.

We guarantee three games per entrant not counting any playoff games. 

For more information, particularly about previous tournaments, remember to visit our web site here at www.AnnapolisOpen.org

By checking out the choices on the left you can learn more about past participants and winners for each age group, in addition to currently registered teams.  For further information you may also contact:

Mike McNomee

General's Highway Athletic Association

mmcnomee73@gmail.com

Phone:  (410) 353-1319


FootNotes:

1.   The Grant Turner Memorial Fund is a component fund of the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County, a 501(c)(3) public charity - donations to which are deductable to the fullest extent allowed by law.  A copy of the Community Foundation's financial statement is available upon request by contacting the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County at 410-280-1102.