About Scott Hall

Like so many parents, Scott felt that youth sports were a great way to teach kids valuable lessons for life, such as good sportsmanship, cooperation, good exercise habits, efficient work habits, and camaraderie, and having fun while doing it.

Although successful in his business career, his first love was coaching and teaching kids in a variety of sports. Sometimes this meant a hectic balancing of priorities. (Certainly many parents can relate to changing from business clothes to sweats, often in a car, and racing from work to practice!)

He spent many evenings and weekends coaching a multitude of youth sports in the Colorado Springs area. This included baseball, basketball, softball, and football for several youth sports organizations: the United States Air Force Academy Youth Services, Tri-Lakes Little League, the City of Colorado Springs youth sports programs, Flying Horse Athletic Club, Pikes Peak Competitive Baseball, and West El Paso Baseball. Although he had been a gifted athlete in several sports, he related well all children he coached, regardless of background or ability. He was always positive and motivational, and earned the respect of the athletes. The teams he coached invariably improved throughout the season and peaked at season's end.

Scott also spent countless hours designing, developing business models, and touring local land for potential sports complex locations. The Scott Hall Field of Dreams organization was created to fulfill one of Scott’s dreams by designing and building a youth sports complex on the northern side of Colorado Springs.

(View Scott's obituary at the Denver Post).

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