Since 2016, Cosumnes River Little League has offered girls’ softball. The goal from the beginning has been to grow the program so that we can offer recreational softball play for the girls in our communities. In the 2022 season, we had a total of six softball teams which was amazing! To continue to grow the softball program we need more volunteers to help make it happen.
Starting in the 2023 season, CRLL will be welcoming girls from other leagues that currently don't offer softball and that are within the District 54 boundaries.
With our softball volunteers making it happen this year, CRLL has a girls' softball All-Star Team for ages 8-10. Congratulations to those girls who were selected for this great honor! The All-Star Sectional Tournament will be hosted by Cosumnes River Little League at Stonehouse Park beginning July 2, 2022.
Click here to learn more about the various positions on the Board of Director's and how you may be able to help or contact Troy Laird at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michele Carrillo at email@example.com
Top 10 Reasons to Be a CRLL Manager/Coach
#10 Coaching is a Workout
Hitting ground balls to the infield, playing backup catcher, pitching ball after ball, lugging equipment from your car…
#9 You Get to Set the Practice Schedule
How nice is that? Your team will work around your busy schedule!
#8 Try Something New
Tired of sitting on the sidelines…this is your opportunity to be on the other side of the fence where all the magic occurs!
#7 Help Kids Learn a Game
Learning a new game can be tough for kids but having a manager/coach who is interested in their success makes all the difference!
#6 You Love the Game
Love the game and your players will too!
#5 Instill Life Lessons
#4 Coaching is Rewarding
There is no greater feeling than seeing a child who previously struggled, succeed because of your support and guidance!
#3 You Love Mentoring Kids
Feel like you missed your calling to become a teacher, social worker, counselor, child psychologist, etc.? This is your chance!
#2 Show Working Hard is Good
Becoming better at a sport requires hard work. This is your opportunity to show kids that hard work can be fun and pays off!
#1 Coach Your Own Child
Just imagine walking to the car after a tough loss and having YOUR child look up to you and say, “We’ll get them next time, Coach!”. Your child will not remember how many wins and losses their team had in 2023, but they will remember having YOU (their parent) as their coach.
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Sponsorships for the 2023 Season are Open
If you, your business or someone you know is interested in sponsoring our league, please contact our Sponsorship Coordinator, Mark Imbriani, at firstname.lastname@example.org