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  • "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Martin Luther King Jr.     2018 Spring/Summer Registration is now accepting wait listed players.  We are now Wasco Silver Hawks!!  Softball is BACK in the Olympics!  2020!!  We are looking for Youth Umpires and volunteer assistant coaches. Email us at wascofastpitch@aol.com or wascosilverhawks@aol.com for more information.  Wasco Silver Hawks supports all 1st responders.
Welcome to Wasco Fastpitch/Wasco Silver Hawks Softball!

2018 Wasco Fastpitch/Wasco Silver Hawks Spring & Summer Registration has ended and wait lists have begun.  

 

8U is where all the fun starts!  Click here for more 8U information.

 

10U is where learning and having fun is so important.

 

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.

 

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.

 

ALL OF WHICH IS 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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We are excited to announce that we are partnering with the Silver Hawks and Dennison Silver Hawk Travel organization and are now the Wasco Silver Hawks!  This will give our players a complete experience; from pre-k -12th grade rec (in-house) to light travel (Warriors/Silver Hawk All-Stars) to full time travel (STC Silver Hawks) JV and Varsity to college opportunities (Dennison College Exposure Silver Hawks) and beyond! Here’s how:

  • From pre-K to 12th grade, if a player wants to play and stay in-house, here we are!
  • From 8U-16U, if a player wants to play and stay “light travel” with an abbreviated schedule and smaller financial requirement than full time travel, here we are!
  • From 8U-18U, if a player wants to and makes our full time travel teams with an extended season, here we are! 
  • And finally, from 14U-18U, a player envisions playing in college with the hope of receiving scholarships and makes the Dennison Silver Hawks, here we are!

Last year, the St Charles Angels merged with the Silver Hawks with much success and we are so excited to be included in this clear, concise vision for all area softball players from all levelsSo what does this mean for you and your player?

  • We will still be playing at our home fields and we'll have additional options on the east side of St Charles.
  • You will still see a lot of the same, familiar faces but will add additional travel players to assist with clinics and camps, and offer private instruction as well.
  • Your player will have tons more opportunities to train and play not only with additional college players but with more options at our indoor training facility.
  • Your player will have a clear-cut path from pre-k to college exposure teams if desired.
  • Your player can still play in-house or continue onto full time travel (and everything in between) with a precise path to their desired success.
  • And your player will get more night games (under the lights).
  • Everything option under one roof!  You and your player decide what’s right for you!

Now is the time to move forward with this exciting adventure!  As always, it takes a village.  Join us in volunteering to make this time the best possible opportunity for your player and family.  As you can imagine, we’ll need a few more Commissioners, Board Members, Directors, and “Where Needed,” to embark on this exciting journey! We’ve laid out everything your daughter may need or want without any additional expenses or inconveniences!  What could be better?!!!!!  We hope are as excited as we are to be a part of this premier organization! 

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CLICK HERE for Televised College Game Schedule

 

 

 

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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?!  30 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 30th 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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Have Questions?

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Scheduler/Umpires/General Questions:  

Warriors:  

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Fun Facts

Nutty Facts & Trivia

The total combined weight of the world's ant population is heavier than the weight of the human population. 

Lips are 100 times more sensitive than the tips of the fingers. 

To tenderize beef in Argentina, gauchos often put it underneath their saddles as they rode. By the end of the day, it was ready to be cooked. 

The Japanese like unusual food flavors. Their favorite ice creams include things like crab, octopus and whale. Their favorite pizza topping is squid. The favorite baby food among infants is made from sardines. 

Americans eat approximately 100 acres of pizza each day, or 350 slices per second. 

Water go down the drain counter-clockwise north of the equator and clockwise south of the equator. 

Each king in a deck of playing cards represents a great king from history: Spades - King David, Clubs - Alexander the Great, Hearts - Charlemagne, and Diamonds - Julius Caesar. 

Intelligent people have more zinc and copper in their hair. 

There are more Rolls Royce's per capita in Hong Kong than anywhere else. 

During WWII, Americans tried to train bats to drop bombs. 

The phrase "raining cats and dogs" originated in 17th Century England. During heavy rains, many of these animals drowned and their bodies would be seen floating in the torrents that raced through the streets. It gave the appearance that it had literally rained "cats and dogs".

Did You Know That...? 

...being married or in a close relationship later in life can reduce your risk of developing dementia by 60% and being single almost doubles the risk for dementia, a new study has found. Researchers studied the lifestyles of people aged between 52 and 90 to see if there was any correlation between maintaining close relationships and conditions such as Alzheimer's disease. They found that men and women who reported being single had a 35%-44% higher risk of dementia. Which meant that being in a close relationship, not necessarily a marriage, meant the chances of developing the disease were about 60% less. 

...the perfect length of time to be on vacation is 8 days. Your health and wellness levels rise rapidly while on vacation, but they peak on the 8th day and return to baseline within your first week back no matter how long you're gone. Because long vacations don't seem to make a difference, experts say the key to improved overall satisfaction is to take more vacations, not longer ones. 

...Andrew Jackson, Franklin Pierce, FDR, and Dwight D. Eisenhower were all rumored to have tattoos, but there is only one US President confirmed to have had one: Teddy Roosevelt had his family crest inked onto his chest.

Drinking Lemon Water 
We all know that drinking a good quantity of water every day is essential to life. Put some lemon into it and you get a lot of additional benefits. 

It reduces inflammation. Lemon water reduces the levels of uric acid in the joints, which contributes to inflammation. 

Helps digestion. Lemon water reduces toxins in the digestive tract, which cause indigestion. It also aids in the production of digestive juices. 

Helps with weight loss. Lemon water contains pectin fiber. Pectin fiber helps suppress food cravings. 

Cleans the system. Lemon water stimulates enzyme activity in the body to dispel toxins. 

Helps the immune system. Lemon water is full of Vitamin C which is fuel for your immune system. 

Helps the skin. Keeps skin blemish free and helps in the prevention of wrinkles. 

Keeps heart and brain healthy. The citric acid, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium in lemon water has a profound effect on the health of the vital organs. 

Replenishes body salts. Lemon water helps balance the pH levels in the body. 

Helps prevent colds. Once again, the vitamin C in lemon water works against colds and flu. 

Strengthens the liver. It strengthens the liver by providing energy to the liver enzymes when they are too dilute.