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2018 Season

Four divisions for girls ages 5-14 as of January 1, 2018.
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Welcome

NOYSA 2018 Spring Season.

 

Registration for juniors still open.  Other divisions are closed  

Ponytail Division 

For girls who will be 8 and under on January 1.  Girls as young as 6 years old can compete in this league where coaches will be pitching from a distance much shorter than that of the older leagues.  As soon as the ball is in play, the game features pretty normal softball rules such as advancing on overthrows, tag-ups and playing the ball live until it's safely back to the pitcher.  8-year-olds are allowed to choose between this league and the Minor league division, which features live pitching. 

Our recommendation is that for most 8-year-old players who are new to the sport, they should try ponytail.  Others who have played before can challenge themselves with the Minor league division.  If you are unsure which league your daughter is best suited for, just ask us.

Teams in this division will begin practice in April, with games running from early May until mid-June.

A week-long All-Star tournament follows the regular season for girls selected to this team by the Coaches.



Minor Division 

For girls who will be 10 or under on January 1. This league features a very realistic version of the rulebook, along with live pitching, stealing, and playing the ball live until it is back in the pitcher's circle.  Pitching distance is 35 feet.  Girls can steal after the ball crosses the plate.  Pitchers and catchers are a very important part of this league, which is why we offer special instruction in these areas year round.  The importance of aggressive base running is a key fundamental for every player to embrace at this age level.

Teams in this division will begin practice in April, with games running from early May until mid-June. 

A week-long All-Star tournament follows the regular season for the girls selected to this team by the coaches.



Major Division 

For girls who will be 12 and under on January 1.  This league is very competitive.  Smart defense, along with strong pitching and catching are the key ingredients for this league.  Girls are hitting the ball hard in this age group and continued focus on aggressive base running is paramount. Pitching distance is 40 feet. When the ball leaves the pitchers hand girls can steal.

Teams in this division will begin practice in April, with games running from early May until mid-June.

A week-long All-Star tournament follows the regular season for the girls selected to this team by the coaches.



Junior Division 

For girls who are 16 and under on January 1.  The rulebook here is live and the games are very competitive and feature some very strong players.  Many of the girls in this league have just finished Middle School softball. Pitching distance is 43 feet. 

Teams in this division will begin practice in late May / early June, with games running from late June thru the end of July.

A week-long All-Star tournament follows the regular season for the girls selected to this team by coaches.