Pixie League (K - 1st Grade)UpdatedWednesday August 25, 2021 byKris Marceca.
The Pixie League is our league with the youngest players with most girls in kindergarten and 1st grade, just beginning their softball journey. The league rules have the following stated objectives:
While there are a number of objectives, the last one is the most important in the Pixie League. Without it, there is no opportunity for the others. With it, players with have their own internal motivation (enjoyment of the game and identity as “a softball player”) to improve their skills and learn new elements of the game that will be introduced as they move on to subsequent leagues.
Due to Cvid restrictions, the player will need to provide a glove, helmet and bat. All other equipment will be supplied by the league. While rubber cleats are better than sneakers, they are not necessary. If your daughter is trying out softball for the first time, feel free to hold off on cleats until you know they’re into it.
Every season includes a player development clinic to demonstrate the basic fundamentals of hitting, throwing and catching.
The season starts off with a couple weeks of “preseason” with practice twice a week. Once games commence, one practice is held during each week and scrimmage games are played on Saturdays.
Concentration is focused on fundamentals (throw the ball, catch the ball, hit the ball) and fun. All girls get to bat each inning. Coaches pitch and a T is used to keep the pace moving. No score is kept. Don’t forget the after game snack!
Commissioner Leigh Winstead : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Commissioner Halee Robbins : email@example.com