SYBSA 2022 Fall Softball Season
FALL SEASON SCHEDULED TO BEGIN OUTSIDE: WEEK OF LABOR DAY!!!
SYBSA believes in placing each individual league participant in a program/division that is most appropriate for their skill level and age. All players will be assigned to a league division/program that meets their needs. All players 8U through 14U are eligible for the fall season. Final team assignments will be released following the completion of registration.
Sharon Youth Softball will participate in the Charles River Softball League in the fall season. The CRSL is a travel league that includes other nearby towns such as Norwood, Dedham, Lexington, Medfield, Milton, Natick, Needham, Waltham, Watertown, Wellesley, and the areas of Boston that comprise the Parkway Girls Softball League. The season is 5-6 weeks starting after Labor Day. Games are played as double headers on Sunday mornings (9 a.m. and 11 a.m.) with the home team switching for each game. Depending on registration numbers and field availability we may combine players with Norwood or play home games at their facilities. The CRSL is less competitive than the Twin Valley summer league. Games have umpires, but there are no standings and no playoffs in the CRSL. The emphasis is on allowing the girls an opportunity to extend their playing season and develop.
Due to construction at SHS, the days and times below may be subject to change, based on field availability.
Fall softball will begin after Labor Day. Practice will be at Ames complex Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 5:45-7PM
There will be no sessions on Tuesday, October 11th
The last day of fall softball will be Sunday, October 30th. (Subject to change due to weather and daylight)
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Pitching Clinic (3rd-8th Grades)
Designed to help build the beginning pitcher through drills that focus on the fundamentals of pitching. Each pitcher will be taught drills to help them develop their pitching motion. They will work through a set of drills to build the proper mechanics. The clinic is designed for pitchers in their first few years of pitching or to refine their skills. The time will be focused on learning how to maximize the use of their entire body through the pitching motion to gain speed and control. They will learn proper pitching stance, start, rotation, finish, and follow-through, while more experienced players learn wrist snap, arm speed, leg drive, and how to develop the core to maintain control. Pitching clinic registration will be available on a first come first served basis and the number of participants limited to maximize individual instruction. Clinics will take place Thursday from 5:45-7 p.m. at Ames. Registration will be open on 07/26/2022
Attention! You must provide your own catcher! The catcher can be a teammate, parent, or friend. All catchers are welcome and encouraged to join and work on their receiving skills.