Any and all girls that are interested in playing softball this Spring are invited to attend a brief informational meeting after school on Monday, December 22 in Room 163. You will have the opportunity to meet the coaches and we will be discussing open gyms and fundraising opportunities. If you are not able to make it, please talk with Coach Lenz.
Just a reminder that we will be cleaning up the softball facility this Saturday beginning at 9:00AM. We will be doing general clean up of the concession stand field areas and generally prepping both fields for winter. We will also be taking down the batting cage net. We are hoping that as many parents and players as possible are able to come and help. If we have lots of help, the process shouldn’t take too long. Towards the end of the clean up, we will put brats and burgers on the grill for those still around.
We are asking, if possible, for those that come to bring yard tools, gardening tools, and ladders to help with the net.
Hopefully we will see many of you on Saturday morning!
Hello, everyone. Please see the message below from Mona Strean, the Big Booster Club Secretary. We are always looking for parents to represent the softball program on the Big Booster Club. Thanks!
- Concession standsign -up for your clubs is around the corner…at our next meeting on Wednesday, Nov 12th @ 6:30pm, room 119.
- Have your 3 top concession dates in mind
- Preferably your group hasat least 2 trained, paid Booster membersto run the stand (you must have at least one).
- Training will be held thisThursday, November 6 @ 7pm in the stand and again immediately following the Booster meeting on the 12th.
- Tell your parents! Get them involved! Make sure your co-pilot/successor gets trained!!
- Please RSVP Lisa Revelis, our trainer extraordinaire, so she can email you some materials ahead and knows how many of you to expect: email@example.com
Players and families are encouraged to come out to the diamonds this Saturday beginning at 9:00AM. We will be doing general clean up of the facility to help prepare it for winter. This includes bringing down the batting cage net, cleaning the concession stand, trimming plants, removing leaves, storing trash bins, cleaning restrooms, etc…
We need a minimum of 6 people to help bring down the net.
All are welcome and encouraged to come even for a small time. When we are finished (or towards the end), we will put some brats and burgers on the grill for those that have helped. We are asking you to bring any lawn tools (rakes, brooms, etc…) that you think we may need.
Any questions can be directed to Coach Lenz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you very much and we hope to see you on Saturday at 9AM!
Just a reminder that the first open gym of the year is TONIGHT from 7:30-9:00PM in the Raider Gym. From next week forward, open gyms will be every MONDAY of the year at the same time and location. Hope to see you all there!
Due to a youth girls basketball clinic on Monday, open gym for next week will be on TUESDAY, 10/21 FROM 7:30-9:00 IN THE RAIDER GYM. This move will be for next week only. Beginning on 10/27, Open Gyms will continue to be on Mondays in the Raider Gym from 7:30-9:00. All are welcome.
From this point forward, all open gyms will be moved inside to the Raider Gym. They will be every Monday from 7:30-9:00PM. Any and all girls that are interested in playing softball in the Spring are encouraged to attend. Any questions can be directed to Coach Lenz in the Athletic Training Room.
If anyone is interested in being trained to volunteer for lunchroom concession duties, there will be a training session tomorrow night at 7PM in the concession stand. To be able to volunteer, you MUST have been formally trained. If you can’t make tomorrow nights session but are still interested in being trained you can contact Lisa Revelis at email@example.com to set up another time.
Every time we have a volunteer representing softball, the program makes $50 from the Big Booster Club. So if you are able to be free during lunch and are interested in doing this, the program directly benefits.
Due to none of the coaches being available for tomorrow’s practice, we are going to cancel Sunday practice. We plan on resuming practice next Sunday at 4:00.
Below is a message from Kyle McGranahan, owner of Bullpen. He is starting hitting leagues this winter very similar to what Coach Utley did during Wednesday practices. I don’t know many details, but this would be a great way to get in some guaranteed swings in a competitive atmosphere during the winter months. Check it out!
COMING TO BULLPEN!!
What is a Hitting League?
Hit a ball in a certain section of the cage and it is worth points (Single 1, Double 2, Triple 3, Home Run 4). Ground Balls and hits that touch the top of the cage are outs.
6 Swings per person an inning, 6 inning games (30 Minute Time Limit).
Teams of 4 square off against each other every week. Games on Sunday afternoon/evenings.
Stats kept for each individual.
Regular Season & Playoffs.
League MVP awarded.
Minimum of 4 teams in each age bracket needed to have a league (So tell your friends to sign up!)
How Much does it Cost? $175 per team +tax if you sign up before October 10! After October 10, $200 per team.
Who can Play? Baseball & Softball (High School, Middle School, 3rd-5th Grade) & Slow Pitch Softball (Male)
First game of League is October 26th. Deadline to sign up is October 20.
Sign Up Now!!! (email firstname.lastname@example.org)
A great way to get swings in the cold months, stay competitive, and be ready to roll for next season!