Our girls' JV program encourages girls in the sport of softball at a young age and focuses on developing the basic skills of the game
including base running, hitting, fielding, pitching and throwing the ball correctly.
Our girls' varsity program provides
excellent training and guidance so that they will develop the necessary skills to compete
at the high school level one day.
It's our goal to develop important baseball skills
such as throwing, catching, hitting, and base running. Developmentally
appropriate equipment and games are used to teach your child the game of baseball in a fun, exciting, and positive environment.
A step up from our developmental program, our coach pitch program emaphasizes the development of
individual player skills in preparation of our kid pitch programs.
The Roberto Clemente
Division of the American Amateur Baseball Congress is our division for players 8 years of age and younger. It is played on
50 foot bases with a pitching distance of 40 feet. Regulation baseball rules are followed with a few base running exceptions.
The Willie Mays Division of the American Amateur Baseball Congress
is our division for players 10 years of age and younger. The players in this division play regular baseball and begin to master
the essential fundamentals which lead to the total development of a player. Pitchers learn to hold runners on base; runners
learn to steal, catchers learn to throw–and they do it very well. It is played on 65 foot bases with a pitching distance
of 46 feet.
Pee Wee Reese
Pee Wee Reese Division of the American Amateur Baseball Congress is our division for players 12 years old and younger. This
division is played on 70 foot bases and has a pitching distance of 50 feet 6 inches.