Our organization sponsors a "snow-ball" softball tournament every year to raise money for kids with a terminal illness in our community. We have been doing this for 11-yrs. Some years have been perfect with plenty of snow, some years we've battled mud and rain but we've always been able to get the fields ready for action. This year it appears we may have met our match. The fields currently have about a foot of snow on them but is expected to melt this week due to warmer temperatures. Temperatures are expected to be in the 40's all week! Assuming all the snow melts, it appears we'll have a lot of water to move in a short amount of time in order to get this fundraiser in. We have the ability to pump any water in the outfield. Our real concern is the infield. Even with warmer temps all week, it won't be enough to get the frost out of the grown. We can get the surface water off, but I need some suggesstions of how to deal with the field as the frost in the ground thaws and creates a muddy mess. I hope somebody can give us some suggesstions. Rescheduling the event is not a option. Whatever we do, we need to make sure we don't harm the fields for the leagues that play on them during the summer. Please help!!!!!