The Hooksett Girls Softball League offers a dedicated atmosphere for young female athletes ages 4-16 to play and compete in the game of fast pitch softball in Hooksett, NH. Our league provides a community based youth sports organization that is committed

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Winter Pitching Lessons

 

2019 Winter Pitching Lessons

 

Hooksett Softball is offering pitching lessons to players that are enrolled in the Hooksett Softball Program to prepare them for the 2019 spring recreational program.  Pitching lessons are for girls born in 2002 or after.

 

Lesson Dates: 1/8     1/15     1/22     1/29     2/5     2/12     2/19     3/5

                                                                                    

  • No dates/time will be guaranteed without full payment.

  • Maximum of 6 players per time slot.

  • 5:30 - 6:30 pm

  • Cost for girls born in 2008 & 2009 is $120

  • Cost for girls born from 2002-2007 is $150                                                                                                                              (If there is enough interest, we will add a 6:30-7:30 time slot)

 

  • Pitchers must be registered with Hooksett Softball to participate in pitching lessons.

 

  • Pitchers must provide their own catcher (We recommend an adult).

 

  • Must only use the softballs supplied by Hooksett Softball.

 

  • Sneakers only on gym floor.

 

  • No children under 12 years of age are allowed to be in the hallways/bathrooms of the Town Hall unless accompanied by an adult. (Absolutely no loitering in the hallways of the Town Hall).

 

 

Please click HERE for Sign-up form


by posted 11/30/2018
November Newsletter

November 2018 - Hooksett Girls Softball League Newsletter

 

Hello Hooksett Girls Softball League,

We hope that everyone is doing well and had a great Turkey Day!

We want to let you know about a travel ball opportunity for 2019.  HGSL’s own AAA coordinator Jerry Hyde in conjunction with Capital Area have formed a 10U travel softball team for the 2019 season and they are looking for players!  This opportunity is for girls born in 2008 or 2009.  Travel ball tournaments typically take place in the summer after the recreation season has ended and it is truly a great time for the girls!  If you are interested or know someone that is interested please reach out to Jerry at redonred76@comcast.net

Great News!  Winter Pitching Lessons will be beginning January 82019 and will be running thru March.  Tim Bill will be the instructor.  Space is very limited.  The first six people that pay will be guaranteed a spot.  We already have three spots filled so don’t hesitate if you are interested.  If we have enough interest, we may open up a second time slot.  Please contact Michael @ 305-8461 with any questions or to sign up.

Additional indoor winter lessons for AA, AAA, Majors and Seniors will also be starting in January!  Keep an eye out in December’s newsletter for more information on those.

The next HGSL board meeting will be on Tuesday December 4, 2018 7:00 pm at the library.  All are welcome to attend.

Best,

Hooksett Girls Softball


by posted 11/30/2018
Cap Area 8U All Stars win Babe Ruth Softball Regional Tournament

The Cap Area All Stars were the first Concord-area team to qualify for the Babe Ruth Softball Regional Tournament. Now they’re the first ones to win it.

The All Stars claimed the title with Sunday’s 11-6 win in New Milford, Conn., against the Barrington Blaze, the same team they beat in the New Hampshire 8U championship game. Cap Area pushed its undefeated record to 21-0-1 after four days at the Regional Tournament.

The All Stars overcame a late three-run deficit to eventually pull out a 17-16 extra-winning win against Barrington in the state final, and then Cap Area rolled that momentum down to Connecticut.

The All Stars won both of their pool games on Thursday, beating the Danbury (Conn.) Heat, 11-7, and earning a walkoff win against another New Hampshire entry, the Rochester Slammers, 8-7. Cap Area beat the Slammers again in the first round of the double-elimination tournament, this time in a 13-3 game that was shortened by the 10-run rule.

The All Stars then came back from one-run deficit in the last inning to pull out a 9-7 win against Barrington. The Blazes battled back through the loser’s bracket of the double elimination tournament to get another crack at Cap Area, but the All Stars were jus too much.

 The 7- and 8-year-old players are Farley Amrol, Taylor Arvanitis, Bailey Cassin, Camryn Collins, Emerson Frazier, Lily Gagnon, Mia Marshall, Brooke Miller, Brooke Nailor, Madison Oppold, Kiley Taylor, Abigail Vlacich, Madelyn Wright and Raegan Wyman and their coaches are Ryan Taylor, JB Frazier, Brad Collins and Jay Cassin.


by posted 07/16/2018
2016 District Champions


by posted 07/03/2016
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