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2019 Spring Registration Is OPEN!

Registration is open for the 2019 Warrington-Warwick Softball Organization (WWSO) Spring season! 

WWSO Softball

  • Recreational softball open to all girls 4-18 years old, with opportunities to try out for more competitive Sunday Select teams and full travel Blue Thunder teams for some age groups.
  • Our early discount rate for the Spring rec season is $150/child (same as 2018!)
  • We have changed our Instructional Division and opened registration to 4-year-olds this season. Each Instructional Division game will now be 30-45 minutes of instruction/practice followed by game play. Increased opportunity for girls to build their softball skills at that age!
  • The season will start in April and run to early June with a full in-house schedule of games plus playoffs for the upper divisions.
  • Home Run Derby/Skills Competition for all girls at the end of the regular season.
  • Opportunity for some age groups to represent WWSO at the Little League tournament during the summer (tryouts required).
  • Click here to register your daughter for the 2019 spring softball season!

WYB Baseball

  • This year, WWSO has also partnered with Warrington Youth Baseball (WYB) who share the Barness Park Complex with us! WYB offers baseball for ages 4-12. From Quick Ball to Majors, there is a division for everyone interested in playing baseball in the Spring!
  • Register today at http://bit.ly/wyb-registration!


Register for Sunday Select Tryouts!

Tryouts are coming for the 2019 Sunday Select softball season! In 2018, our Sunday Select program competed at the 8U, 10U and 12U levels. All three teams had great competitive seasons. Most importantly, the girls had a lot of fun!

The Sunday Select program was created to allow the girls in the WWSO program additional practice and play time against teams from surrounding local leagues without the significant time commitment to a full travel softball program. All WWSO Sunday Select players who are trying out are are required to register for and play WWSO in-house softball in the spring. Girls will be expected to play all in-house games and attend in-house practices.

We will be holding tryouts for the upcoming Sunday Select season at the Sportsplex at Warminster, 654 York Rd. in Warminster on Saturday, February 23rd and Saturday, March 2nd. Please use the registration link below to sign up for tryouts. 

Our 2019 season will also require additional coaching staff at each age group. If you are interested in coaching or if you have questions regarding the Sunday Select program, please contact George Yogis, WWSO Sunday Select Director, at gyogis06@comcast.net.

How to Register for Sunday Select Tryouts

Use the link below to register your daughter for Sunday Select tryouts.  Any registered player interested in trying out for Sunday Select softball must attend the tryouts for your respective age group.

     Click Here to Register for 2019 Sunday Select Tryouts

Sunday Select Tryout Schedule

Saturday, February 23rd - Sportsplex @ Warminster 
9:00-10:00 AM - 2010 and 2011 Birth Years
10:00-11:00 AM - 2008 and 2009 Birth Years 
11:00-Noon - 2006 and 2007 Birth Years

Saturday, March 2nd - Sportsplex @ Warminster 
9:00-10:00 AM - 2010 and 2011 Birth Years
10:00-11:00 AM - 2008 and 2009 Birth Years
11:00-Noon - 2006 and 2007 Birth Years

New WWSO Golf Cart!


Brian Webb recently delivered the new Webb Building Group golf cart that he very generously donated to WWSO! The golf cart will be used to transport food and drinks from the Snack Stand out to the fields, haul materials for field maintenance, and provide transportation from the parking lot to the fields for those who may need assistance.
Brian, we appreciate your generosity as well as all of your hard work and dedication to the WWSO Board. Thank you!


WWSO Goes to Bat Against ALS!

WWSO Blue Thunder players and their families recently teamed up off of the softball field to raise money and awareness of a lethal disease and salute coach Greg Heydet. Coach Heydet has been battling ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) since 2009. ALS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. More than 5,000 people in the US are diagnosed with ALS each year and there are more than 20,000 Americans living with ALS at any given time.

If you'd like to learn more about ALS and how you can also participate in raising funds and awareness, please visit the ALS Association website.

(Picture 1) Mia and Alyssa Klein sold lemonade this summer to raise money for the cause. They presented a check for $510 in Coach Heydet's name to the National ALS Foundation!

(Picture 2) The 2006 Blue Thunder 12U team, parents and families participated in the 11th annual Hope Walk for the ALS Hope Foundation at Temple.

Thank you WWSO/Blue Thunder girls and families for your efforts in this very worthwhile cause and for supporting Coach Heydet!

Blue Thunder Travel Softball

Information about tryouts, coaches, teams and news for Blue Thunder can be found at our website bluethunderfastpitch.org!

Congratulations Section 6 Little League Champions!

Congratulations to our 12U team, the Section 6 Little League champions!


Congratulations District 30 Little League Champions!

Congratulations to our 8-10 YO team who captured the District 30 Little League championship!


Sunday Select Tournament Champions!

Congratulations to the WWSO 12U and 10U Sunday Select teams who both won their Sunday Select tournaments on June 17th. Way to go girls!

Seniors Champions!

Team Schilling slipped by Team Jim 3-2 in a thrilling Seniors championship game. Incredible game by both teams!

Majors Champions!

The Flamin' Hot Cheetos beat Team Taylor 14-5 to capture the Majors championship. Great game by 2 great teams!

Minors Champions!

The Jets defeated the Panthers 12-1 in the Minors championship game. Congratulations girls!

Low Minors Champions!

The Eagles beat the Tsunamis in the Low Minors championship game. Way to go girls!

Skills Competition and All-Star Games!

We had over 125 girls participate in the Skills Competition on June 2nd. Congratulations to all of the winners of the pitching, running, throwing and Home Run Derby competitions!

All of the Divisions also participated in All-Star Games on June 3rd. Congratulations to all of the girls who were selected by their teammates and coaches to represent their teams in the All-Star Game!

Reminder: No Metal Cleats for In-House Games

Parents, in 2018 we will continue the WWSO policy of not allowing the use of metal cleats for in-house games.

2019 Clearance Requirements for Volunteers

In 2015, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania revised the law on establishing requirements for background checks for volunteers who interact with children. 

Who needs clearances?

Under Pennsylvania’s Child Protection Services Law (“CAPS”), any volunteer at least 18 years of age who is seeking an unpaid position as a volunteer responsible for the welfare of a child or having direct contact with children.  This applies to all individuals that will be a head coach, assistant coach, umpire and all Board Members.

Which clearances are needed?

All prospective volunteers must obtain the following clearances:

  • Report of criminal history from the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP); and
  • Child Abuse History Clearance from the Department of Human Services (Child Abuse).

Additionally, a fingerprint based federal criminal history (FBI) submitted through the Pennsylvania State Police or its authorized agent is required if:

  • The position the volunteer is applying for is a paid position; and
  • The volunteer has lived outside the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the last 10 years.

Volunteers who are not required to obtain the FBI Clearance because they are applying for an unpaid position and have been a continuous resident of Pennsylvania for the past 10 years must swear or affirm in writing that they are not disqualified from service based upon a conviction of an offense under §6344.

All volunteers will be required to obtain renewed clearances every 36 months.

Additional Background Checks:

As in the past, WWSO will continue to require that all of its volunteers submit annually to a national criminal background check.  All applicants must submit their information by completing the Consent to Perform Background Check.  The form is secure and information that is submitted is securely stored and encrypted.

Payment for Background Checks: Volunteers are entitled to receive one (1) CAPS child abuse clearance and one (1) CPSL state criminal background check every five (5) years at no charge.  Volunteers are responsible the cost of the CPSL FBI clearance, if required, every five (5) years which is approximately $27.00 at present.

Background Check Updates: Every 5 years, volunteers of WWSO must complete new background checks as required by CPSL.  The additional national background check required by WWSO must continue to be completed on a yearly basis.

For further information on the laws see: 

http://keepkidssafe.pa.gov/cs/groups/webcontent/documents/document/C_135249.pdf or contact WWSO Director of Risk Management, John Marquis at WWSORiskManagement@gmail.com.


Completion Process for CPSL Require Background Checks:



Step 1.  Complete the WWSO Consent to Perform Background Check form (same as prior years):

Step 2.  Complete the PA Child Abuse History Clearance:
- Create an Individual Account
- Organization is Warrington Warwick Softball Organization
- May take 10-20 minutes to complete
- You need to enter all of the places you've lived and people you've lived with since 1975
- Receive a response within 14 days
Step 3: Complete the Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Clearance:
Warrington Warwick Softball Organization
- After submitting, click Control Number link
- Print/Save the resulting certification form
   Read, sign, and return the following disclosure statement:
   Complete the FBI Background Check (with fingerprinting) – Fee: $27.50
Step 5. Submit completed background check documents and certificates to:
 WWSORiskManagement@gmail.com or mail to WWSO, PO Box 183, Warrington, PA 18976.


Visit the WWSO Shop!

The WWSO Shop is your source for WWSO Apparel, Merchandise, Gear, Sportswear and Clothing! Choose from an endless variety of WWSO Merchandise including T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, Hoodies, Hats and Jerseys. Customize your design and personalize the back of your WWSO Gear to show your WWSO spirit and support your team!

The WWSO earns 15% on all sales made through the WWSO Shop!