Chino Hills Girls Softball: Welcome

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Important Message from the League President


It saddens me that I have to write this. For those who are not aware, we had an incident at Community Park during a 10u game this past Saturday evening. The board is fully aware of the situation, and we have conducted a thorough investigation of the event and all parties involved. There were severe consequences imposed.

CHGS has a zero tolerance for ALL physical and verbal altercations. This behavior will not be tolerated. Our league has an exceptional reputation. Even though this incidence is deplorable, it IS NOT what our league stands for. This was a small percentage of our CHGS members. We have some of the best families involved in this league from our community. We cannot allow this to take away from the good. We need to hold each other accountable for our behavior. We need to demand better behavior from each other and set examples of good sportsmanship and community for our children. We are the adults. I encourage everyone to take time to discuss what happened with your children, and let them know this behavior is not acceptable and those involved made bad choices. We believe this situation has been handled swiftly and fairly. This is not what we stand for as a league. We will continue to make it our priority to ensure that we have a safe family environment for all of our players.

I would like everyone to remember the reason that all of us are out there… it’s for the girls. If you have any concerns, please let me know personally.

The last thing I will leave you with is this definition…

Sportsmanship - is an aspiration or ethos that a sport or activity will be enjoyed for its own sake, with proper consideration for fairness, ethics, respect, and a sense of fellowship with one's competitors. A sore loser refers to one who does not take defeat well, whereas a good sport means being a "good winner" as well as being a "good loser".

Thank you,

Brandon Sherrill
CHGS President