PGSA was formed, and exist, for the sole purpose of promoting good fellowship. We achieve this by fostering team participation while developing our athletes to be good leaders, students, citizens and team players. This is instilled through positive reinforcement and self-esteem development. It is our intent to equip our athletes with a desire to achieve through perseverance and a positive team attitude while developing all participants in mind, body and spirit.
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Late Registration August 23rd thru September 1st (Late fee applies)
Girls' Softball Fall Ball is a great way for girls to keep their softball skills sharp and also enables girls to continue to learn and to have fun playing the game, and, of course, to make new friends. Also, for players new to softball, it is a great time to introduce them to the game.
Girls' Softball Fall Ball games take place in September and October and concludes in early November. The season is developmental at all levels and because play is only once to twice a week, it is easy to make your scheduling plans in advance. No scores or standings are kept. Teams may have a practice or two before the first game and there is a short amount of practice time allotted before each game.
At the end of the season we end with a tournament where scores are kept.
Fees for the 2014 Girls' Softball Fall Ball season are TBD. To complete your registration, you must complete the registration form below. If you may pay by cash, check make checks payable to PGSA, please place your child's name in the memo section. Please note: it is much more convenient for our registration team if you pay by credit card.
There are absolutely no refunds give.
In the Fall we do not have tryouts. Therefore players are placed in the same divisions as they played in the Spring and teams are determined through a hat pick.
AGE OF DAUGHTER
For registration purposes the age of your child as of January 1, 2014 will be used when choosing division.