Congratulations to all of the players who participated in the Annual Hit-a-Thon! We enjoyed watching you try your very best to hit the ball as far as you could.
Here are the top hitters in each division:
Maia & Anilicia (Pixies) at 115' each
Olivia (Froggies) & Brianna (Kitties) at 100' each
Sandhya (Puppies)s at 85'
Amelie (Jaguars) & Audrey (Lynx) at 200' each
Aliyah (Bobcats) & Sarah ( Panthers) at 180' each
Zoey (Tornadoes) & Taylor (Racers) at 210' each
Selah (Thunder) at 240'
Alyce (Bandits) at 220'
Each player has a unique fundraising link that connects to their team's standings. The team who raises the most donations wins a pizza party!
Thank you to Shooting Stars for taking our team and individual photos, and thanks to the Lion's Club for providing hot dogs, nachos and chili .
All donations are much appreciated and tax deductible!
If you would like to donate to our general Hit-a-Thon fund, please click on the link below.
Bandits hold the lead with $1,070...Bobcats holding at $825...Jaguars at a solid $780
Thank you for your interest in becoming a scorekeeper for Foster City Youth Softball Association. Our goal is to supply the league with well-trained, mature, and committed scorekeepers. Please very carefully consider whether you will realistically have the time to both scorekeep and play, in addition to your schoolwork. The spring season starts late February and goes through May.
In order to become a scorekeeper, you must:
- Be between the ages of 12-18
- Attend a scorekeeper clinic - to be held some time in mid/late February
- Shadow an experienced scorekeeper for one training game
Scorekeepers will be paid $15.00 per game and paid at the end of the season, or you can choose to receive two hours of community service per game instead of being paid.
Once we get closer to the season, you will be able to access the scheduling website. You will not be able to scorekeep in your current age division.
Please register at http://fcsb.planontheweb.com or click the link above Upcoming Events on the right.
Foster City Youth Softball Association (FCYSA) is a 501 (c) 3 organization that was formed as a new California non-profit public-benefit corporation in October 2006, to bring girls fastpitch softball to Foster City. The Association grew out of the expanding Foster City Little League softball program that began in 2003, and is being developed in cooperation with Foster City Little League and the Foster City Parks and Recreation Department.
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GAME SCHEDULE LINKS
|Foster City Youth Softball Association|
|P.O. Box 4211|
|Foster City, CA 94404|