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Girls Softball Ages 7-14


Improve your skills, make new friends, and play ball! This league is played with Geneva and Sugar Grove Park Districts and will require some travel for games. For the 10U, 12U and 14U teams, the season will conclude with a single game elimination playoff. Please provide a jersey and pant size as well as what school your child attends at registration.


• Registration deadline is March 29.


• After the deadline, you will be waitlisted and only placed on a team if numbers allow.


• Practices start after April 12, weather pending. Days, times, and location will be determined by your coach and field availability.


• Each player is required to have their own helmets. Helmets can be purchased for an additional $20.


• Games begin in May.


• Age cut-off is based on participant’s age as of December 31, 2020.


• Volunteer coaches are needed.


6U Girls Softball League Ages 5-6


Join us for the spring softball league! Teams will consist of 8 players. All teams will practice for a half an hour and play their game immediately after. A t-shirt will be provided for each girl. The league will use a tee like a traditional tee-ball league. All girls must bring their own glove and any kind of shoe may be worn. Volunteer coaches are needed.


Adult Softball League Ages 18+


Get your team together for the 12” adult slowpitch softball league this spring and summer. Games will be on Wednesday evenings at West Main Field 2. Game start times will vary between 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm depending on the number of teams.


• Registration deadline is April 26.


• A full team roster with waivers and emergency contact information is due before the first game.


• The season includes 11 regular season games followed by a single elimination tournament


• All players must be over the age of 18 when registering.


• ASA softball rules are in effect.


Red Ball 1 Ages 4-7


Players will develop agility, balance and coordination, movement patterns, forehand and backhand groundstrokes, serves, returns, volleys, court positioning, and scoring.


Orange Ball 1 Ages 8-10


Players will develop agility, coordination, dynamic balance, movement patterns, court positioning, scoring and reliable technique on forehand, backhand, serves and volleys.


Jr Development 1 Ages 11-17


This program is designed to introduce the game to junior high and high school players based on age and ability. Players will develop agility, coordination, dynamic balance, movement patterns, court positioning, scoring and reliable technique on forehand and backhand, serve, return and volleys. The class will use green ball for skill development with an introduction to yellow ball.


Shotokan Pre-Karate Ages 4-7


Young children will develop flexibility, strength, and coordination in fun yet disciplined activities. This program is specifically designed for growing mind and bodies to enhance memory and agility.


Shotokan Karate Ages 7+


Youth karate classes will put children in touch with their bodies and offers a good mix of strength training, with cardiovascular and flexibility exercises. Adults classes release tension, develop total body fitness, and build stamina and overall productivity! Parent/child classes are a great way to spend quality time with your child, while coordinating muscles, developing coordination, and improving cardiovascular fitness.


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