6. How do I choose a bat for my child?

Your child should be able to hold the bat straight out in front of them with one arm for 10 seconds. If they cannot, the bat is too heavy. See chart below for approximate bat lengths. (Drop is the difference between length & weight. Example: A 30 inch bat with a weight of 20 ounces has a -10 drop)


1. How do I sign up?

You can find the link to our online registration portal on the HOME page

2. What are the ages of girls that play?​ SCGS has 4 divisions which are based on player ages as of December 31st of each year. For 2017, the divisions and ages will be as follows: (Subject to change by vote of the Executive Board)
If player is 5 years old as of December 31, 2016 she is in the Instructional Division for 2017.
If player is 6 years old as of December 31, 2016 she must move up to the Freshman Division for 2017.
If player is 9 years old as of December 31, 2016 she must move up to the Junior Division for 2017.
If player is 12 yrs. old as of December 31, 2016 she must move up to the Senior Division for 2017.
This division currently goes up to age 15.

(Exceptions may be made by request of parent or recommendation of coach AND vote of executive board)

3. Who is in charge of the league?

The Executive Board. The members names and e-mail addresses are located on the Contact Us page.


4.What is the cost to play in this league and what is included in the fee?

2016 registration costs are $40 for instructional and freshman divisions, and $80 for junior and senior divisions. and a mandatory $40, fundraising.  Fees are used for uniforms, opening day events, operating costs and an end of season awards day.

​​​5.When are opening day and the start/end of the SCGS season?

Opening Day is usually mid-April/early May. The regular season typically runs through June. Playoffs (for Junior & Senior divisions) are usually completed by mid-July.

South Coast Girls Softball League