• "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Martin Luther King Jr.     2019 Spring/Summer softball Registration begins January 1st!  We are now Wasco Silver Hawks!!  Softball is BACK in the Olympics!  2020!!  Wasco Silver Hawks proudly supports all 1st responders.
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8U is where all the fun starts (not worrying about her college softball career)!  Click here for more 8U information.


10U is where learning and having fun is so important.  For the higher skill set player, we offer not only in-house but Wasco Warriors (light travel) to Silver Hawks.


12U is where kids can still be kids, be with their friends and continue to grow and/or start to take it to the "next level" and look at full time travel options.  Again, they can stay in-house, they can try out for Wasco Warriors or tryout for Silver Hawks.


14U -18U:  In-house players continue to have fun, hone their skills, be with their friends and leave time for other activities and/or try out for full time travel options such as Silver Hawks or Dennison Silver Hawks.


ALL OF WHICH IS RIGHT HERE!  One Place - with people you know - coaches you know - at fields that you know!  Wasco Silver Hawks!


What to make a difference?  "Don't speak the problem.  Speak the solution."  Click here for available board positions.



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"One of the biggest problems in youth sports is that kids don't know how to fail. There aren't winners and losers anymore. A vital part of life is learning how to navigate, handle and overcome adversity. Your kids will learn a lot more from failure than from success."



The 3 greatest things to say to your player before competition:  Have fun - Play Hard - I love you.  The 3 greatest things to say to your player after competition:  Did you have fun?  I'm proud of you and I love you.                   








Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball

Discover the Wasco Difference

Excellence has no boundaries....some of our players come from over 30 miles away to have the best rec 'sball experience! And WHY?!  31 years of doing one thing....Softball.  Our players are constantly growing and developing as ball players. Our coaches are taught the most state-of-the-art approaches as taught by the best collegiate coaches in the business including LSU, 'Bama, UCLA, Michigan, Wisconsin and more.  They spend hundreds of hours promoting and respecting the game of youth softball.  This is all Wasco does year round is softball.  Why settle for anything less than the best for your daughter.We believe that girls should be empowered and strengthened.  If you play a sport, you play it like an athlete.  Athletes are not defined by gender but by one's commitment and desire to achieve success through setting and achieving personal goals via competition.  And with competition comes failure and success and how to handle both situations with dignity and grace is our goal.  Here at Wasco, we play by the same rules as any athlete.  If you hit a homerun, you earned it.  If you hit a triple, you earned it.  If you struck out, you earned it.  We do not believe in handicapping a player because she is female.  We believe in learning, teaching, growing, respecting. While we are a recreational league, we believe in teaching the player to give everything your best effort every time and that we are a part of a TEAM and that means a player should make themselves better, they make their teammates better, and they make the game better. WHILE having fun.

Fees are the same regardless of where you live - no "out of district" fees.  

We treat everyone like family.

Join the most respected and well-established league around.

Celebrating our 31st year!



Wasco Fastpitch Players at Verhaeghe Field in National Exxon Commercial

Featured in the commercial:

Front Row from left: Grace “Sobe’ Sobieski, Jordyn Wolfe, Vanessa Chicon, Lillian Cano, Sydney Garipay, Adare O’Connor 

Back Row from left:  Lindsey Jamarozek, Meaghan Domagalski, Grace McClure, Bell Golden,

Shae Edwards, Coach Sue Sobieski, Kayti Beauchamp, Taylor Baumgartner, Jill Anderson, Sami Sash


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Fun Facts

Nutty Facts & Trivia

The original copy of the Declaration of Independence is lost. The copy in Washington D.C. is what is referred to as a holograph. That is a term for a handmade copy of a document and is not the same as a laser produced hologram. 

Charles Lindbergh took only four sandwiches with him on his famous transatlantic flight. 

In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck. 

A baby can cost new parents 750 hours of sleep in the first year. 

In 1999, the U.S. government paid the Zapruder family $16 million for the film of JFK's assassination. 

Brazil couldn't afford to send its athletes to the 1932 Olympics in Los Angeles. So, they loaded their ship with coffee and sold it along the way. 

George Washington insisted his continental army be permitted a quart of beer as part of their daily rations. 

The most shoplifted food item in the U.S. is candy. In Europe, it's cheese. 

There are roughly 70 ingredients in McDonald's McRib sandwich. 

President Nixon was speaking at Disney World when he famously declared, "I am not a crook." 

Nutella was invented during WWII, when an Italian pastry maker mixed hazelnuts into chocolate to extend his chocolate ration. 

Alaska is so big you could fit 75 New Jerseys in it.

Did You Know That...? 
...sad, angry, jealous, and guilty feelings can make you a healthier person. Figuring out the reason for your negative emotions and learning from unpleasant experiences makes you stronger, and that success can bring happiness - but when you suppress and ignore negative emotions, you eliminate the balance of good and bad. Because the contrast of feeling sad is what makes feeling happy so wonderful, happiness wouldn't really exist if you'd never truly embraced your sadness. 

...WWII militaries used inflatable armies to trick their enemies. Decoys like dummy tanks, straw planes, and fake roads and bridges that were built out of canvas, burlap, and inflated rubber looked just like the real thing from far away. Artists, filmmakers, scientists, and sculptors were asked to design the fake armies, which foiled many attackers and saved the lives of thousands of soldiers. 

...when you can't sleep on your first night in a new place, your brain is trying to protect you. Many animals sleep with only half their brain, while the other half stays alert to possible dangers. It's called the 'first night effect' in humans, because our bodies put us in a strange, half-asleep/half- awake state the first time we sleep in an unfamiliar environment. 

...adjusting your rate of speech can make you more persuasive. Slower speech gives someone who's bound to disagree with you more time to evaluate your point, add in their own thoughts, and dismiss your reasoning with their own existing bias � but talking fast leaves them less time to form an argument and significantly increases your chances of persuading them. 

...kids trust their pets more than they trust their siblings. Research shows that children who are going through a difficult time are much more likely to confide in their pets than they are to seek support from their brothers and/or sisters.

Interesting State Facts 
Alabama became the first U.S. state to observe Christmas as a legal holiday in 1836. 

The nation's first phone book was published in Connecticut in February 1878. It contained 50 names. 

Wabash, Indiana was illuminated by electric lights in 1880, becoming the first city in the world to be lit by electricity. 

The world's first automobile assembly line was developed by Henry Ford in Michigan. It decreased production time from 12 hours to 93 minutes. 

Both the world's first lung and heart transplants were performed in the state ofMississippi

The state of Nevada was the first state to ratify the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving African-American men the right to vote. 

The first potato ever grown in North America was grown in New Hampshire

The first atomic bomb was detonated in the desert sands of south-central New Mexicoon July 16, 1945. 

Eugene, Oregon was the first city in America to have one-way streets. 

Rhode Island created the nation's first traffic law in 1678 when its officials banned galloping horses on streets in Newport. 

In 1777, Vermont became the first of the 13 colonies to abolish slavery. It took another 100 years to abolish slavery across the nation. 

Toilet paper was invented in Wisconsin.