Pittsfield Girls Softball League Holding Online Registration

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PITTSFIELD – The Pittsfield Girls’ Softball League has opened registration for all interested players from tee ball to high school (ages 6-19).
 
Online registration is currently open for all divisions at www.pittsfieldgirlssoftball.com. 
 
On Saturday, March 24, house league evaluations will take place at Reid Middle School in Pittsfield for Rookie (10U, DOB 2007-09) and Minor (12U, DOB 2005-06) League Divisions.
 
The Rookie Division evaluation will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. for new players in the division only.
 
The Minor Division evaluation will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. for all players including those returning to the division. New teams will be forming to ensure even competition. Therefore, all players in the division should attend this evaluation even if they played in the division last year.
 
There will also be an evaluation for Minor Division prospective pitchers and catchers from 1:30 – 2 p.m.
 
For additional information please visit www.pittsfieldgirlssoftball.com or email info@pittsfieldgirlssoftball.com.
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