About Chance Crawford
The Chance Crawford Benefit Softball Tournament began 40 years ago to help a young Salem High School quarterback, Chance Crawford, who suffered a tragic spinal cord injury in a high school football game. The first ten years of the event, proceeds helped Chance through school and college, and provided for his medical needs. Chance is now serving as Clerk of Circuit Court for Salem and no longer needs the help, but he continues to make contributions to the community by allowing the tournament to be played in his name to help others. All proceeds are now used to help many different worthy causes and give several college scholarships.
About The Tournament
Classifications: Men's Upper, Men's D, Men's E, Men's Rec & Women's Division
The CCT is a multi association tournament with all proceeds going towards a good cause. Prizes are given in each classification for the top three in each class. The champion in each will get individual awards and also a team plaque.
Secretary / Treasurer