Hudson Girls Softball Association - Serving Hudson Girls for 30 Years

HGSA is looking for additional players for the High School Team ---tryout is required. Anyone who is interested in the 2015 season should send in a Registration Form (no payment necessary) by March 31, 2015. You may also call HGSA at (330) 656-4894 or email HGSA at info@hgsa.org for further details.

Thank you for visiting the Hudson Girls Softball Association.  The HGSA offers summertime softball (Slow Pitch) for girls from Kindergarten through High School.  An overview of our Softball Leagues are below:

SLOW PITCH

Rookie League

A recreational league for girls exiting kindergarten and the first grade. Teams are comprised of Hudson girls and all games are played in Hudson against other Hudson teams. In this league, players may hit off the tee or use coach pitch all season. While slow pitch rules are followed, this league is the starting point for a career in either slow or fast pitch softball. 

Na National League

A recreational league for girls exiting the second and third grades. Teams are comprised of Hudson girls and all games are played in Hudson against other Hudson teams. In this league, the coach of the team at bat pitches to their batters. This league represents the natural progression of T-Ball players. After playing in the National League, players may continue their careers in either slow or fast pitch softball. 

Am American League

A recreational league for girls exiting the fourth and fifth grades. Teams are comprised of Hudson girls and all games are played in Hudson against other Hudson teams. Slow Pitch softball rules are followed. 

JH Junior High League

A recreational league for girls exiting the sixth, seventh and eight grades. Teams are comprised of Hudson girls and games are played against teams from Hudson. Slow Pitch softball rules are followed. 

HS High School League

A recreational league for girls from grades 9th through 12th. Teams are comprised of Hudson girls and games are played against teams from Hudson and neighboring communities. Slow Pitch softball rules are followed.

 


 

 

 

 
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