Spring Softball 2020 - Registration Now Open!!!
Log In Now to RegisterUpdated Wednesday January 22, 2020 by WRA Softball Committee.
The Whitpain Recreation Association offers organized youth softball divisions that participate in competition with Rec programs from neighboring communities inside Montgomery County, PA.
Our dedicated volunteers and experienced coaches help facilitate programs for players 6 through 14 years of age, ranging from our introductory 8u program to more competitive 10u, 12u, and 14u divisions that compete in the Inter-Community Girls Softball League.
The age of your child on January 1st will be considered their “softball age” for the current year and used to determine their division assignment for the season.
8u Division (Softball Ages 6-8)
WRA and our nearest neighboring Rec programs have partnered to create a smaller introductory 8u Rookie Division for softball ages 6-8. Our 8u Division focuses on teaching our youngest of players the fundamentals of softball. Coaches pitch to girls, no scores are kept, the rules are more relaxed, and all games occur within a 4-mile radius of Blue Bell. Players and parents should expect two scheduled activities per week (Monday through Saturday); games or practices.
10u Division (Softball Ages 9-10)
Players 9 or 10 years of age on Jan. 1 graduate to our more competitive 10u Division, where WRA teams compete inside the Inter-Community Girls Softball League of Montgomery County, PA. Our 10u Division operates under a modified version of the American Softball Association Rules and features kid pitching, limited base stealing, professional home plate umpires, W-L records, an All Star Game, and an end-of-season tournament! Players and parents should expect at least 3 scheduled activities per week including practices, home games, and away games in neighboring communities.
12u Division (Softball Ages 11-12)
Our 12u Majors Division competes within the Inter-Community Girls Softball League of Montgomery County, PA and plays under official ASA rules, including full base stealing and an infield fly rule.
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