Softball-Control Pitch is an introductory league,  Ages 7 – 8. For many participants, this will be their first exposure to softball. The focus of this league is to teach fundamentals of softball fielding and hitting, as well as an introduction to the mechanics of the softball fastpitch (not used in games at this level).

Minor Beginner Pitch Softball,  Ages 9 to 10 - As the inaugural level of player pitch, this division places a strong emphasis on honing essential skills such as pitching and hitting from live pitches. Our dedicated coaches guide players through the mechanics of these key techniques while fostering a deep understanding of the rules of the game. With an unwavering commitment to fair play and expanding fundamental knowledge, this division sets the stage for a fulfilling and enjoyable softball experience.

Majors  Fast Pitch Softball, Ages 11 to 12 - For our older and more experienced players, the Majors Divisions offers a dynamic and competitive softball experience and is the first level of player fast pitch. Players should be able to run the bases with an understanding of how to score a double or triple and understand coaches' base signals.  While players will always work on the basics throughout life, their focus will involve concepts of double plays, force outs, and getting the lead runner.  Players will begin to understand that everyone has a job to do in every single play.  Emphasis will be placed on pitcher development as this is a key factor for teams that do well.

Junior Fast Pitch Softball, Ages 13 to 14 - Players should be able to understand all basic base running and will include the direction of stealing bases.  Pitchers will begin working to keep the runner close to their home base, while catchers will begin learning to block the ball and control base advancement.  The speed of the game is much faster at this level compared to Freshman, and there is a greater focus on base control and limiting the base runner's advancement.

Senior Fast Pitch Softball, Ages 15 to 18 -  While players will always work on the basics, fielders should have a working grasp on double plays, cut-offs, and defensive strategies for limiting offensive base advancement.  Pitchers will continue controlling the runners, as will the catchers.  Catchers will start understanding how to control the entire defense by calling plays and pitches.