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Posted by Andy Kyle at May 4, 2019 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

 

PLEASE VISIT THE NEW SLGSA WEBSITE

www.slgsa.org 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLICK THE RainedOut Button to sign up for text messaging alerts from SLGSA

RAINED OUT LINK

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming an umpire, the person to contact is our District UIC, Rene Hart.  Her email address is awcomeonblue@comcast.net.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Please do not use infields if there are wet or soft spots (if your footprint is 1/8" deep or more, the infield is too wet).  If you are not sure whether you are able to get on the dirt areas, please consult with the Director on Duty. 

 

 

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  Thanks to our Field Sponsors     

  PRIME1CAR.com
Academy Sports & Outdoors
Dick's Sporting Goods

 

All of our sponsors are very important to SLGSA.  Please visit their establishments and say thank you!  
We are always looking to our business community to help offset some of our costs. 
If you are interested in supporting our girls and SLGSA as a sponsor and would like more information,
please contact Anita Heredia at mailto:anita.can2@yahoo.com

 

 

          

Donate Used Equipment to the Recycled Baseball Items (RBI) Foundation

RBI is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, which collects and refurbishes used softball/baseball equipment and distributes it to underprivileged youth groups.  Clean out your garage and give a deserving child an opportunity to play ball!  Visit our website for more information:  www.rbi-houston.org or contact Laura Leonetti at Laura1Leonetti@gmail.com

 


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SLGSA IS Proud to Offer Game Access via Live webcam

Visit yourgamecam for Access


NO PARKING AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER

 WE HAVE BEEN ASKED BY THE CITY PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT TO BE CONSIDERATE OF THE PATRONS OF THE COMMUNITY CENTER AND TO NOT PARK IN THAT LOT. 

ACCORDINGLY, ALL SOFTBALL PARKING SHOULD BE IN THE WEST LOT OFF OF HIGHWAY 90 OR ALONG THE STREET ON MATLAGE WAY. 

THANK YOU FOR BEING CONSIDERATE.

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  Recreational league play follows a modified version of the standard ASA rules. These exceptions allow the game to be fun and challenging for all players regardless of skill.

  League teams will practice twice per week and play games during the week and on Saturdays.   

Attention Coaches & Instructors

All SLGSA coaches & instructors must be ASA ACE certified.
For more information, please refer to:
http://ace.usasoftball.com/ace/home.asp

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MISSION STATEMENT
Our purpose as an association is to provide recreational as well competitive fastpitch softball programs to girls ages 5-16. The intent of both  programs is to not only offer training in the sport, but to help develop girls in their entirety, through their moral, emotional, social, spiritual, mental, and physical growth.

Call 281.494.1085
For update on field conditions during inclement weather
Mailing Address

SLGSA
P.O. Box 198
Sugar Land, Tx 77487
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  DISCLAIMER
While every effort has been made to ensure that the files on this website are accurate and up to-date, the unofficial information on this site is for the convenience of the public, and may not be as accurate or up to-date as information which is on hand at the ballpark. Accordingly, SLGSA is not responsible for any discrepancies between the information on this site and the information on file with the ballpark. Information on this site is only a starting point.
For the most accurate information on a particular question, either email a Board Member or contact our information line. Thank you in advance and have a great day!

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ALL STAR TRYOUT AND INFO

Posted by Robert Geurin at Apr 3, 2016 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Parents & Coaches

Its time for SLGSA All Stars and tryouts are around the corner.  Please note the following All Star tryout times:

 

April 9:

6u @ 12:00 on field 5

10u @ 2:00 on field 7

 

April 10:

8U @ 2:00 on Field 6

12u @ 1:30 on field 7

14u @ 12:30 on field 9

 

Please continue to watch your email or the website for any changes.

 

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2016 Spring SLGSA Leauge Standings

Posted by sb5150sb x at Apr 16, 2015 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

UPDATE 4-18-16 

8U STANDINGS      
TEAM WINS LOSSES TIES RUNS
1 1 10 0 126
2 7 2 1 159
3 9 1 0 168
4 5 5 1 152
5 3 7 0 127
         
         

6u Standings

Not Available

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All Star Tryouts

Posted by Melissa Rojas at Apr 16, 2015 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

 

SLGSA 

SLGSA 2016

ALL-STAR SELECTION

PROCESS AND PROCEDURES

The philosophy of SLGSA’s All Star program is to primarily field the most competitive teams in each age group (6u, 8u, 10u, 12u & 14u). Secondarily, to provide an opportunity to play competitive ball for as many girls as the talent level and coaching personnel allows.

MANDATORY TRYOUT DATE
Exception - Written doctor’s excuse or death in family presented within 24 hours of tryout date. 

MANDATORY TRYOUT DATE - 6u thru 14u, All Pitchers/Catchers & Defensive Players

 

JUDGING:

Multiple scorers will be chosen by each age group. A list of the prospective judges per age group must be submitted to the VP Sports Commission prior to the tryout date for approval.

 

The judges will rank the girls based on their opinion of the girl’s skill level. Scores will range from 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest score and 1 being the lowest score.  In conjunction with the tryouts, league head coaches will be required to rank their entire team. 

 

TRYOUT FORMAT:

Any all-star candidate must attend tryouts.  The age group commissioner can only grant excused absences with the approval from the V.P. Sports Commissioner.  Excused absences must be a doctor’s written excuse or a note from the parent due to a death in the family and submitted to the age group commissioner 24 hours prior to the tryout date. Player will be slotted into available players to choose from completing rosters.

 

Pitcher and catcher tryouts will be scheduled prior to general tryouts and will be scored independently.  Initially, the pitchers will throw to a parent.  They will be evaluated as a group at this time.  Next the catchers will catch 5 pitches and the pitchers will rotate so that each catcher has the chance to catch each pitcher trying out.  The catcher will then take their position behind the plate and catch a ball tossed by a parent and throw down to second base 3 times to a tryout volunteer. 

 

SELECTION AND FINALIZING TEAMS:

Selection of teams shall be by age group commissioner and elected Head Coach, the process will be as follows:

8U

The approved All Star coach for the 8 and under age group would be given the top ranked ten (#1-10) players and the approved All Star coach would then choose 2 or 3 more girls from the remaining pool of players including players with a Sports Commission approved excused absence.  A team must have a minimum of 12 players and no more than 13. Any successive teams would be selected via the same process in order to field as many teams as talent and coaching allows.

10U, 12U, 14U, 16U

The approved All Star coach for each specific age group will be given the #1 and #2 ranked pitcher and the #1 ranked catcher.  From the overall rankings the coach will be given the top 7 players and then allowed to choose up to 2 players from the remaining pool of players including players with a Sports Commission approved excused absence. A team will have no more than 12 players maximum.  Any successive teams would be selected via the same process in order to field as many teams as talent, pitching and coaching allows with the direction and final approval being made by the Sports Commission. (ie. Pitchers/catchers)

If a player is the next highest ranked pitcher that player may not be selected by the coach to round off his team. 

SANCTION CLASSIFICATION:

All-star teams shall compete in a breakout tournament.  At this tournament, Mike Rychlik shall determine and approve each all-star team’s classification as an A, B, or C sanctioned team.  The breakout tournament location and date will be announced when determined by ASA Division #43 representatives.  Division C teams shall be required to stop play after the Class C state tournament / Gulf Coast Championship.  Division A & B all-star teams shall stop play on or before July 26, unless team qualifies for the ASA National Tournament.  The District 43 ASA breakout tournament will establish the classification of A, B, or C to determine which state tournament that team is eligible to play within.

 

GENERAL RULES:

PICKUP PLAYERS:

 

8u – If you are short players meaning you have only 9 players, you may pick up player(s) from the other currently approved SLGSA All Star team(s) within the same age group as long as it is mutually agreed upon between both the coach of the pick up team and the coach of the releasing team.

10u and aboveIf you are short players meaning you have only 8 players, you may pick up a player(s) from the other currently approved SLGSA All Star team(s) within the same age group as long as it is mutually agreed upon between both the coach of the pick up team and the coach of the releasing team.

OTHER:

 

All-star fee is $150 per player.  This will include (1) full uniform and (1) extra jersey top.

8u thru 14u must tryout for the age group that you participated in league.

SLGSA pays the entry fee for the ASA State tournament plus one other sanctioned tournament.

League approved Head Coach should submit All-Star Coach application indicating their interest to coach an All-star team along with written qualifications to the age group commissioner.  All-star coach must be a league approved head coach.

  Must be ACE certified.

DO NOT DECLARE AN ASSISTANT.

Coach nominees to be nominated by Sports Commission and will be approved by SLGSA Board.  

Approved coaches shall follow and sign the established all-star guidelines.

NOTE:  If a player chooses to leave an all star team that player forfeits All-star play and All-Star fee for that season. 

 

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The selection process set forth may be subject to change

as deemed necessary by the Sports Commission.

 

 

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Select Teams

Posted by Melissa Rojas at Feb 19, 2015 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

2014-15 SLGSA Select Teams

 

  1.  Magic 18U – Gilbert Gonzales         Texasmagic18u@yahoo.com  281 932 8135
  2.  Magic 16U – Ronnie Tovar    the tovarfamily@hotmail.com  713 724 6827
  3.  Aces Express 16U – HolIy Fay       acesexpress16u@yahoo.com  832 257 2278 or 281 610 4897
  4.  Aces Gold 18U – Kelli Jacoby            texasaces57@gmail.com713 922 2650
  5.  Aces Express Gold 18U – Dave McCorkle          mccorkled@pearlandisd.org   281 889 7320        
  6.  Stealth 12U – Shawn Smith            ousoonermagic@yahoo.com   713 828 2591
  7.  Aces Express 18U – Clint Clements    Clinton.clements@nasa.gov 832 541 5277
  8.  Stealth 18U Gold– Dave Scott                    dave@sugarlandstealth.com  832 594 8156
  9.  Stealth 16U future’s– Joseph Lesak                 joseph@sugarlandstealth.com  713 870 8763
  10.  Magic 12U – Billy Martin                texasmagic.martin@yahoo.com  281 245 8898 0r 281 687 8896 or 713 380 7874
  11.  Aces ( Jacoby) 12U - Lauren Bates    lkbates33@yahoo.com 
  12.  Aces/Express 14U - Brian Benefiel   bbenefiel@hoar.com  281 794 1990
  13.  Aces (Jacoby) 16u - Jill Voss    jillnvoss@katyisd.org or coachjill21@yahoo.com
  14.  Spur 14U – Keelan Spaulding   iks2855@netzero
  15.  Stealth 14U – Jason Runge         jasonrunge@sbcglobal.com
  16. ACES 10U (Jacoby)-Camilla  Carrerra    Camillajcarrera@gmail.com
  17. Sugar Land Stealth  10U-Heath  Vogt  heath@sugarlandstealth.com

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