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It's here! 

Our super popular Fall Ball season starts July 1st!

FAQ's:

Q. When do the practices/games start and end?
A.  Practices start August 4th (tentatively) and the first game is set for Sat., Aug 17th (There are no games Labor Day weekend).  The season concludes with tournaments the weekend of Oct. 19-20th.

Q.  How many teams are there for Fall Ball?
A.  Quite a few!  Actually our very popular Fall Ball program has more teams than Spring/Summer season. 

Q.  Do we travel for Fall Ball?
A.  Nope.  All practices/games are played in NW ST. Charles at our home fields of Verhaeghe and Poynor.

Q.  What is the cost and what does it include?

A.  The cost is $175 plus $35 in raffle tickets.  You may sell the raffle tickets for face value and recoup the $35 or keep your raffle tickets for a chance to win up to $500!  There are no other fundraisers.  The registration fee includes jersey, game balls, umps, field maintenance, insurance, scheduling as we are a not-for-profit organization.

Q.  What division will my daughter be in?
A.  As usual, we base everything upon current grade so if a player is in 3rd grade come Sept. 1, 2019, then she'd be in 10U and so on.

 

Q.  Does Wasco Girls Fastpitch offer any camps?

A.  We offer training camps – hitting, base running, fielding and Pitching/Catching Camps on Sunday, Aug. 4th.  As always, we also have amazing instructors for one-on-one.

 

Q.  How many practices are there?

A.  That schedule is set by the coach after discussing what works best for the team and coaching staff however, usually 2 practices a week.  The coaching staff may or may not still have practices once the season begins.  Practices typically start from 6:00 pm on on weekdays.



Misc. Info:  Fall Ball is a great opportunity for a lot of the players to experience "moving up" before the spring season.  8U – still focuses on fun, fun, fun and peaking their interest in softball and team building skills.  New to 10U in the fall?  They’ll have the opportunity to pitch/catch (along with honing their skills at every other position) and advance their defensive/offensive skills.  12U continues to expand their knowledge and skills of the games.  14U games are filled with excitement as we watch the players truly develop and enhance their game.   High School Players:  For the players entering 9th grade and are thinking about trying out for their freshman softball teams, this season provides them with the continuity they need for that next step and gaining the confidence they need.  Fall Ball provides them very opportunity to either continue a casual enjoyment of the game OR step up their skill set for preparation of JV and Varsity ball.