Adirondack Chill: Welcome

Monday, October 28
Adirondack Chill Girls Fastpitch Softball Club

Welcome to the Adirondack Chill Girls Fastpitch Softball Club website.  The Chill was formed in 2009 to fill the need for competitive softball teams in the tri-lakes region of New York State. Beginning in the 2014 season the Chill will also be running an instructional/recreational program for girls.

For more information about the Chill contact Greg Hayes at (518) 524-5775 or by email at


Please support our sponsors:

Gold Level Sponsors 

American Legion Post 326 - 2710 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY 

Lake Placid Family Dental -


Silver Level Sponsors 

Champlain National Bank -


Bronze Level Sponsors 

Valley View Fire Wood - 984 Sunset Drive, Willsboro, NY (518) 963-7295

Central Garage - 2679 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY (518) 523-3378  



Tuesday, January 3
Winter Mid-Season Special

January 8 and January 15 are bring a friend for free days for those players already registered for the winter session and for the 14U and 16U travel players.

Any girls born 2002-2004, especially if you might be interested in playing travel ball this summer, can participate for the rest of the sessions for free.

Any other new players who wish to continue after the free weekends only need to pay a $20 registration fee to attend the rest of the winter sessions.

Call Greg Hayes at 524-5775 if you have questions or need more information. 

Saturday, November 26
Adirondack Chill forming a 14U travel team for 2017 Season

The Adirondack Chill under the auspices of the Lake Placid Youth Athletic Association is looking to form a 14U travel team for the 2017 season. The team is for girls born 2002, 2003 and 2004 and will host a tournament, play games against area teams and will possibly go to one tournament. Registration fee is $100. Interested players should contact Greg Hayes at 524-5775 or

Saturday, November 26
Winter Training Sessions

The indoor winter training sessions focus on speed/agility/strength/conditioning, hitting mechanics (including bunting and slapping), defense fundamentals, pitching and catching. It is open to players of all ages. The program is held at the Lake Placid Olympic Training Center on Old Military Road in Lake Placid. All players go from 3-5 pm and pitchers and catchers go 5-6 pm. Cost for the program is $30 per player due the first night of attendance. Checks should be made out to LPYAA. Greg Hayes of the Adirondack Chill is the lead instructor. Guest instructors from high schools and colleges are also being scheduled. The following Sundays are currently scheduled:

December 4, December 11, December 18, January 8, January 15, January 22, January 29, February 12, February 19, February 26, March 5

Special Thursday sessions for pitchers and catchers only. Pitchers must have their own catcher. Held at Lake Placid Olympic Training Center from 5-6 pm.

December 1, December 8, December 15, December 22, January 5, January 12, January 19, January 26, February 2, February 9, February 16, February 23 

The registration form, OTC form and medical form can be downloaded from the handouts page. 

For more information, contact Greg Hayes at 524-5775 or 

Wednesday, January 11
Valley View Firewood becomes Bronze Sponsor

We would like to welcome Valley View Firewood to the softball Program as a Bronze Level sponsor.


 Valley View Firewood is a family owned business located in Willsboro, NY. Brothers John and Leo Drinkwine have considered the firewood business a "hobby" for 20 years. The business sells unseasoned firewood by the face cord or cord to private homeowners as well as local businesses and vacation resorts in the area. The wood is cut and split to the customers's desired size and delivered throughout the year. Valley View Firewood also makes bundled wood packs to sell and distribute to area campgrounds. Stay warm with Valley View Firewood! 518-963-7361 or 518-963-7295.

Wednesday, January 4
Central Garage becomes Bronze Level Sponsor

Thursday, December 15
Lake Placid Family Dental signs on for 9th Consecutive Year!

Saturday, December 10
American Legion Post 326 becomes Gold Level Sponsor