Last Updated: March 28, 2015 
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2015 Kindergarten through 8th Grade Summer Registration
League Descriptions
Announcing K-2 Camp For Squirts & U8 Players
ASA Softball Umpire Clinic (04/19)
Oregon Software Youth Night (05/05)
Field Cleanup Day (05/16)
2014 Approved Bat List
Choosing The Right Softball Bat
Equipment Info For Youth Players
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Announcing K-2 Camp For Squirts & U8 Players

Dates: Sundays 04/12, 04/19, 05/03, 05/10
Time: 01:30-02:30pm
Location: Prairie View Elementary Big Gym

We're sponsoring a K-2 softball camp for everyone participating in our Squirts/U8
program -- as well as potential players 
who want to give
softball a try before committing.

Charnette "Charlie" Leikness will be running the camp. Many of you know her as
she has been leading the summer Squirts program for the past 4 years. She is super
excited about giving our players this opportunity. Some of our U12/U14 players will
be coming to help too. 
Each session has space for up to 20 players and will include 30 minutes of instruction
following by 30 minutes of whiffle ball fun. 
Registration is easy! 
1. Click this link to download this registration form.
2. Pick a session that works for you.
3. Send in your registration as instructed. 
4. Email Dana (oregonyouthsoftball@gmail.comto ensure a spot is saved for you. 

Important Notes:

1. Parents must be present during the camp. Softballs sometimes land on noses and
kids get nervous at this age. If you need to leave, be sure there is another adult there
to assist in supervising your player's safety. Things can get a bit crazy at this age.  
2. Players need to bring gloves and bicycle helmets (to be used when batting and base
running). If you don't have one, let Dana know as we've got some extras.
3. The handout includes information about the summer program. Please pass it along
to other families both in and out of our district. Registration is open until April 15th.  


2015 Youth U12 Teams Announced!

The 2015 Season is just around the corner. Players in the U12 leagues have been placed
on the following teams. Coaching assignments are pending and will be posted once they
have been finalized.

U12 Badger
U12 South Central U12 Metro
Coach: TBD Coach: TBD Coach: Kent Christiansen
Annika McGill
Clara Collins
Emma Schaeffer
Gabriela Wooldridge
Grace Schmitt
Isabel Bauer
Myla Gustafson
Samantha Derrick
* Additional U12 Badger
players wanted! Recruit
your friends!
Abby Rau
Andrea Bennett
Emily Crowe
Emma Haag
Hailey Pucillo
Hannah Corning
Isabella Lindert
Joanie Sommers
Jordan Streiff
Kadynce Strate
Kendra Bell
Rachel Birk
Allison Morgan
Alyssa Schmidt
Amelia Spilde
Ana Verhagen
Bailey Bastian
Brinlee Hall
Grace Christensen
Hallie Washebeck
Jaelyn Nedelcoff
Lauren Gragg
Megan Bloyer
Olivia Marsden











Questions or concerns?

-- Contact Dana via email (


2015 Youth U10 Teams Announced!

The 2015 Season is just around the corner. Players in the U10 leagues have been placed
on the following teams. Coaching assignments are pending and will be posted once
they have been finalized.

U10 South Central
U10 Metro
Coach: TBD
Coach: Dana Leikness
Alexa Bartels
Annabelle Monte
Belah Fry
Dariene Zimmerman
Emily Levesque
Katelyn Studebaker
Kennedy Field
Kylie Weber
Lauryn Etienne
Mckenna Carroll
Michaela Birk
Sydney Zurawik
Bridget Tushoski
Brooke Bastian
Claudia Schwartz
Danielle Palas
Emily Mikkelson
Emma Grossen
Hailey Berman
Hailey Richter
Isabella Block
Jordan Baumgartner
Taylor Kramer
U10 Badger Black
U10 Badger Orange
Coach: TBD
Coach: TBD
Amber Reeve
Brenna Gerber

Dallas Rogers
Emma Topp
Heather Reeve
Kiaya Bales
Kristelle Sommers
Maggie Ast
MaryJo Sommers
Mia Baker
Aaliyah Anderson
Ada Marcin
Audry Brueggemann
Avery Holtman
Brielle Haslam
Brittain Scalissi
Drew Hoffer
Maya Rudy
Morgan Farrar
Samantha Schmitt
Sydney Weber




















Questions or concerns?

-- Contact Dana via email (


Field Cleanup Day (05/16)

Saturday, May 16
Time TBD
Various Locations

Location & Team Assignments
-- Kiser Fields 1 and 2 (U10 Competitive Teams)
-- Rome Corners (U12 Teams)
-- Rustic Vineyards (U10 Badger Teams)
-- Brooklyn (U8 Teams & Squirts)



ASA Softball Umpire Clinic (04/19)

Sunday, April 19
11:00am - 04:00pm (Check In starts at 10:30am)
Netherwood Knoll School Cafeteria -- 224 North Main, Oregon, WI 53575

CLICK HERE to print a copy of the registration form

This clinic is directed primarily toward those aspiring to break into umpiring in summer leagues
and tournaments. The clinic will provide training in the rules of fast pitch softball, as well as
umpiring techniques, mechanics, and teamwork.    

Successful completion of the clinic will qualify the participant for ASA Umpire Registration

Registration Fees

-- $10 for registrations postmarked on or before April 14th

-- $15 for registrations postmarked after April 14th

-- Make check payable to OGFSA and

-- Mail to Dawn Spierings 730 South Perry Pkwy | Oregon WI 53575

Need More Information? 
Contact Dave Gratz by phone (608) 347-5269 or email


Registration Is Now Open!

Registration for the 2015 softball season is open now! 

CLICK HERE to register players kindergarten through 8th grade.


Sign Up Now For The Edgewood Softball Clinic (03/21)

Saturday, March 21
Oregon High School Field House, 456 N. Perry Parkway, Oregon WI 

The Oregon Girls Fastpitch Softball Association is teaming up with the Edgewood 
College Softball program to host the 2015 Try Out-Tune Up Softball Camp. 

The goal of this camp to provide each athlete the opportunity to improve their skills and 
prepare for the upcoming softball season. The camp will focus on the on-hands learning of 
fundamentals for hitting, fielding, pitching and catching. 

Group 1: Grades 3-6
-- Hitting Clinic: 8am-10am
-- Throw/Fielding Clinic: 10:30am-1pm
-- Pitching Clinic: 1:30pm-3pm
-- Catcher's Clinic: 1:30pm-3pm

Group 2: Grades 6-12
-- Pitching Clinic: 8am-10:15am
-- Hitting Clinic: 10:30am-12:45pm
-- Catcher's Clinic: 1:30pm-3:30pm

This camp is open to girls in all school districts. Space is limited and we have traditionally
run out of room, so please submit your registration form right away.

Proceeds will go towards player and field development. 


CLICK HERE to view the Edgewood College Softball Clinic brochure.


Oregon Spring Smash Tournament Volunteer Sign Ups

Friday May 29 - Sunday May 31

Looking for ways that you can help? 
CLICK HERE to make food donations

-- CLICK HERE to sign up for a volunteer position


Important Information For All Softball Families

CLICK HERE to see what is happening with Oregon Softball.


Oregon Youth Softball News

We are still looking for additional board and parent reps. Only a few current Board members
have kids in the program. Sheila and I have been the President and Treasurer for the past decade
plus a few years and 3 others have kids no longer playing league with Oregon. It is time for others
to learn and be trained on all the activities that occur year-round to run the program. 
We could use the following committee members. Note that these activities count toward your
volunteer hours.

-- Open Gym Coordinator
-- Umpire Coordinator
-- Tournament Coordinators (cleanup, umpire, volunteer, field crew, apparel, awards)
-- Field Management
-- Edgewood Clinic Coordinator
-- Field Clean up Day Coordinator 

If your player is playing with a club team, she is always welcome to come to open gyms as well as
well as play league. Do what works for your family. All is good.


2015 Parent Volunteer Expectations

Our program fees are set to cover the operating expenses of the program. Additionally, we have
downsized the fundraising efforts; however we need to ensure that all families are part of the program’s
success and development. In the past many of our parents have done their fair share, if not more, in
supporting the program in our fundraising efforts, such as field clean up and the June tournament.
However, often it has been 30% of the families doing 70% of the volunteering.

U10 – U12 players (Badger and South Central) are responsible for earning three (3) credits
or five (5) 
credits per family. Squirts (U8) and High School families shall earn two (2) credits.
Credits can be earned by 
participating in the following activities:

-- 3 credits for head coach
-- 2 credits for a 3 hour shift at the Tournament (May 29-May 31)
-- 5 credits Tournament Committee (spend most of weekend at park)
-- 1 credit for 2 hour shift for Field Clean Up Day

Additional credits for ideas you may have that raise funds for the program such as corporate

sponsorships, leading a fundraising campaign, or something out of the box -- just ask Dana.

You may opt out of this expectation by paying $75 (a player) or $100 (a family) during registration.

We will continue to communicate on this program. You will need to determine at registration whether 
or not you will participate or opting out of the program. If you have any questions, please email


Season Timeline

-- Tryouts held in March 

-- Games and practices run June and July
-- Exact dates are determined by the coaches in early June

-- Practices start in May
-- Games played in June July

South Central
-- Practices start in April
-- Games played in June and July
-- 4-6 tournaments from May through early August