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2021 Westlake Girls Softball Update

2021 Registration or Rec Softball now closed.  Please be on the look out for team placements, practice and game schedules over the next few weeks.  

 

President's Message

Welcome back to our new and improved Westlake Girls Softball Association Website.  We are looking forward to our upcoming 2021 season for girls from Kindergarten through 12th grade!

The WGSA will again be teaming up with Westlake Head Varsity Softball Coach Tom Shiban to build a comprehensive softball development program to unify all of our players in the Westlake Softball family.  This program will include softball skills development clinics run by Coach Shiban and his varsity team and a weekly pitching program.  Additionally, we offer skills sessions through Rocky River Force for our travel programs.  We also offer pitching instruction for rec program as well.  Details to come.

In addition to our recreational program, WGSA will also have travel teams competing in the U10, U12, and U14 Emerald Necklace leagues.  This will provide a fantastic opportunity for some of our players to further develop their skills and play at an advanced level of competition.

It has been a pleasure working with such a talented team of Board Members.  I’ve truly enjoyed my experience this year serving as President.  We will continue to work to take this program to the next level for our Westlake softball community.  We are looking forward to another exciting season!

Please continue to visit our website as we’ll have continuous updates.

See you on the fields this Spring!

Aimee Stanton

President

Westlake Girls Softball Association 

Aimee Stanton

President

2021 COVID-19 Guidelines for Westlake Girls Softball

The Westlake Girls Softball Association will follow all state and local Covid-19 mandates.  These include, but are not limited to:

1. All Players are to show up to the fields for practice and games with masks on.  Masks can be worn during the game, but this is not mandated.

2. It is recommended that masks be worn while in the dugouts, but this is not mandated.  

3.  No seeds or gum are permitted to be consumed while in the dugout.

4.  No sharing of equipment (This includes bats, helmets, and gloves.

5.  Each player should bring their own drink to consume.  No Sharing will be permitted.

6.  Coaches will be required to wear masks at all time, no exceptions. 

RAINOUT HOTLINE

RECREATION LEAGUE ONLY

440-808-5710

Call to check field Status

 

2021 Pitching Clinics

A 5 week pitching clinic program will begin on TBD Minor division (grades 3-4) pitching instruction will take place from 1-2pm; major and senior division (grades 5-12) pitching instruction will take place from 2pm-3pm. Players, wear the shoes that you pitch in and bring a water bottle.

PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN CATCHER. It is preferred that two pitchers DO NOT catch for each other, although it will be allowed as a last resort. Parents are encouraged but not required to stay. If you have any questions please contact TBD

 

 

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Our Sponsors for 2021

These fine organizations make what we do possible. Please show your support to these amazing sponsors and thank them for their commitment to our organization.  You can also click on the sponsor's logo below and go directly to the sponsor's website.  Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities

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