News

FIELD STATUS

Wednesday, April 25th- Fields are CLOSED. 


Make up Games

Games rained out on April 24th have been rescheduled for this Sunday, April 29th. Please check your teams schedule to see when you are playing. 


Umpires

We are looking to add more umpires to the league. If interested please contact Doug Salyers at dbltsal@aol.com




Fast Pitch Clinic/Instruction/Training Opportunities

 

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Mission

  

It is the mission of Chesterfield Youth Softball Association, Inc. (CYSA) to provide a safe, nurturing, organized, and instructive environment for girls to enjoy and learn the game of baseball/softball and sportsmanship in general. The above statement explicitly and implicitly addresses a number of important issues.

First, the safety of every young person is most important to the success of CYSA. While the game of baseball/softball has inherent dangers, we will try to minimize those dangers whenever possible. We will also try to encourage policies that protect young people from non-softball related dangers.

Second, every young person will be nurtured equally, regardless of natural talent. This nurturing implies both physical and emotional growth.

Third, CYSA will provide the organization to seek volunteer adults, equip players and teams, and schedule games.

Fourth, we will provide the best softball instruction that our volunteers are capable of providing. CYSA will arrange clinics to better train players, managers, and umpires in the finer points of the game.

Fifth, since the game of softball is played for fun that will be our primary objective.

Teamwork, fair play, empathy, and good sportsmanship will also be overriding objectives. Developing a competitive spirit, determination, and the desire to win are important objectives and will be developed, but not to the detriment of the nurturing of any individual player. CYSA recognizes that all children develop at different ages. We encourage positive parental involvement, teach children to respect all other individuals, and teach that rewards come from hard work, not necessarily just from accomplishment. CYSA programs are a place to learn and play the sport of softball regardless of the skill level of the individual players.
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About CYSA

Chesterfield Youth Softball Association, Inc. (CYSA) is one of the largest youth softball organizations in the state of Virginia. More than 1,300 girls participated in leagues beginning at age 5 and continuing until age 18. With these kinds of numbers playing under one organization, just imagine the tremendous effort required to run the program.


CYSA is comprised of 24 local athletic associations stretching throughout the county. The boundary lines for the associations are the same as those for the elementary schools which they represent. From the northern part of the county near Midlothian to Matoaca in the South, CYSA provides youth softball opportunities for every girl in Chesterfield County.


Coordinating 24 associations and 1,300 players is not an easy task. It requires hundreds of volunteers who graciously give up their time for the betterment of the program. The CYSA Executive Board, League Commissioners, and the Association's Board of Governors dictate the rules and policies. The coaches and their assistants provide the teaching and instructions for the players. Finally, the score keepers, team mothers, and all of the other team helpers make the games happen.


CYSA Organization Chart


USSSA is the national organization of Chesterfield Youth Softball Association, Inc. Flexibility is the key word in USSSA philosophy; it allows a local league to operate according to the needs of the community, rather than asking the community to adapt to an arbitrary set of rules and regulations.


The following is a brief breakdown of the responsibilities that the respective organization have in bringing you and your child youth softball in Chesterfield County.


USSSA


2. National rules and regulations.
3. Sanction all-star tournament play and World Series competition.


Chesterfield Youth Softball Association, Inc.


1. Sets up and maintains a county wide league structure and organization so the local community associations can compete.
2. Sets up and coordinates rules for playing softball in Chesterfield County and for a community association.
3. Sets up and coordinates with the county parks and recreation department the practice, regular season and play-off game schedules.
4. Supplies and coordinates umpires.
5. Coordinates coaches’ clinics.
6. Sets up and supplies a Commissioner for each age group to help settle disputes and coordinate scheduling.
7. Supplies and coordinates accidental insurance for all players.
8. Supply trophies for county winners.
9. Tracks team standings throughout the season.


Athletic Associations


1. Coordinates signups for all sports.
2. Supply uniforms and team equipment.
3. Select team coaches and creates team rosters.
4. Responsible for insuring legal compliance to all rules pertaining to a child participating in a sport.


CYSA Insurance Program


Included in the softball registration fee is the cost of accident insurance which protects your child in the event of an injury sustained during a league game or authorized practice.


The plan provides for secondary insurance coverage only, meaning any primary coverage must be utilized first before this plan becomes effective. The CYSA insurance plan has a $50 deductible and will pay any claims over and above your primary coverage up to a maximum of $100,000 for medical claims and $1,500 for dental claims.


 


How to Register with CYSA

Click on the bottom link to find the name and phone number of the person you need to contact to register your child. The link will take you to our Contact Page. Choose the Director for the Elementary School District that your child lives in. To find out what elementary school district you live in click here School Districts

Contact Information
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Upcoming Games
Apr 25
12 Fast North
Smith-Costley @ Jacobs-Adkins
6:30pm
Matoaca-Cottingham @ Scott-Mathias
8:00pm
Woolridge-Swineford @ Salem Church-Beck
8:00pm
12 Fast South
Matoaca-Wynne @ Clover Hill-Rapp
6:30pm
Chester-Hart @ Scott-Bennett
6:30pm
Gates-Williams @ Gordon-Ellett
8:00pm
8 Slow North
Jacobs-Goodwin @ Gordon-Bivins
6:00pm
Wells-Clark @ Smith-Pipp
6:00pm
Crenshaw-Morton @ Salem Church-Turner
7:30pm
Scott-Williams @ Chester-Bodenhamer
7:30pm
Apr 26
10 Fast North
Gates-Barker @ Jacobs-Dodson
6:30pm
Spring Run-Newson @ Woolridge-Mazzella
6:30pm
Scott-Miller @ Clover Hill-Grimsley
8:00pm
10 Fast South
Scott-Hess @ Chester-Davenport
6:30pm
Gates-Keefer @ Matoaca-Calloway
8:00pm
Smith-Rodriguez @ Spring Run-Hunte
8:00pm
8 Slow South
Smith-Smiley @ Chester-Tippett
6:30pm
Woolridge-Bridges @ Spring Run-Edwards
6:30pm
Apr 27
12 Fast North
Jacobs-Adkins @ Woodlake-Floyd
6:30pm
Smith-Costley @ Matoaca-Cottingham
6:30pm
Salem Church-Beck @ Scott-Mathias
8:00pm
12 Fast South
Gordon-Ellett @ Matoaca-Wynne
6:30pm
Clover Hill-Rapp @ Wells-Skelkieta
8:00pm
Scott-Bennett @ Gates-Williams
8:00pm
8 Slow North
Crenshaw-Morton @ Jacobs-Goodwin
6:30pm
Apr 28
8 Slow North
Salem Church-Turner @ Chester-Bodenhamer
10:00am
Scott-Williams @ Wells-Clark
11:30am
Smith-Pipp @ Gordon-Bivins
1:00pm
8 Slow South
Chester-Tippett @ Gates-Davidson
10:00am
Scott-Marrero @ Smith-Smiley
10:00am
Harrowgate-Rayner @ Woolridge-Bridges
11:30am
Spring Run-Edwards @ Matoaca-Broome
11:30am
Apr 29
10 Fast North
Smith-Butler @ Spring Run-Newson
2:30pm
Clover Hill-Grimsley @ Gates-Barker
4:00pm
Woolridge-Mazzella @ Scott-Miller
4:00pm
10 Fast South
Chester-Davenport @ Gates-Keefer
1:00pm
Spring Run-Hunte @ Scott-Hess
1:00pm
Scott-Logan @ Smith-Rodriguez
2:30pm
Apr 30
10 Fast North
Clover Hill-Grimsley @ Jacobs-Dodson
6:30pm
Smith-Butler @ Woolridge-Mazzella
6:30pm
Scott-Miller @ Spring Run-Newson
8:00pm
10 Fast South
Scott-Hess @ Smith-Rodriguez
6:30pm
Chester-Davenport @ Matoaca-Calloway
8:00pm
Scott-Logan @ Spring Run-Hunte
8:00pm
8 Slow North
Crenshaw-Morton @ Gordon-Bivins
6:30pm
8 Slow South
Chester-Tippett @ Harrowgate-Rayner
6:30pm
Gates-Davidson @ Woolridge-Bridges
6:30pm
Matoaca-Broome @ Smith-Smiley
6:30pm
May 1
12 Fast North
Scott-Mathias @ Woodlake-Floyd
6:30pm
Jacobs-Adkins @ Salem Church-Beck
8:00pm
Smith-Costley @ Woolridge-Swineford
8:00pm
12 Fast South
Chester-Hart @ Gates-Williams
6:30pm
Matoaca-Wynne @ Wells-Skelkieta
6:30pm
Gordon-Ellett @ Scott-Bennett
8:00pm
8 Slow North
Jacobs-Goodwin @ Chester-Bodenhamer
6:30pm
Scott-Williams @ Smith-Pipp
6:30pm
Wells-Clark @ Salem Church-Turner
6:30pm
May 2
10 Fast North
Spring Run-Newson @ Gates-Barker
6:30pm
Jacobs-Dodson @ Smith-Butler
8:00pm
Woolridge-Mazzella @ Clover Hill-Grimsley
8:00pm
10 Fast South
Matoaca-Calloway @ Scott-Logan
6:30pm
Spring Run-Hunte @ Chester-Davenport
6:30pm
Smith-Rodriguez @ Gates-Keefer
8:00pm
8 Slow South
Gates-Davidson @ Harrowgate-Rayner
6:00pm
Smith-Smiley @ Spring Run-Edwards
6:00pm
Matoaca-Broome @ Chester-Tippett
7:30pm
Woolridge-Bridges @ Scott-Marrero
7:30pm
May 3
12 Fast North
Salem Church-Beck @ Smith-Costley
6:30pm
Woolridge-Swineford @ Jacobs-Adkins
6:30pm
Woodlake-Floyd @ Matoaca-Cottingham
8:00pm
12 Fast South
Scott-Bennett @ Clover Hill-Rapp
6:30pm
Gates-Williams @ Matoaca-Wynne
8:00pm
Wells-Skelkieta @ Chester-Hart
8:00pm
8 Slow North
Chester-Bodenhamer @ Gordon-Bivins
6:30pm
Crenshaw-Morton @ Wells-Clark
6:30pm
May 4
10 Fast North
Gates-Barker @ Woolridge-Mazzella
6:30pm
Spring Run-Newson @ Jacobs-Dodson
6:30pm
Scott-Miller @ Smith-Butler
8:00pm
10 Fast South
Scott-Hess @ Scott-Logan
6:30pm
Gates-Keefer @ Spring Run-Hunte
8:00pm
Smith-Rodriguez @ Matoaca-Calloway
8:00pm
8 Slow North
Jacobs-Goodwin @ Scott-Williams
6:30pm
Salem Church-Turner @ Smith-Pipp
6:30pm
8 Slow South
Scott-Marrero @ Spring Run-Edwards
6:30pm
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