GAA 2010 Spring Softball: Welcome


We've moved!  To register for the 2010 season please go to www.grasslandsoftball.com.








We are a recreational league that plays within Williamson County. We utilize parent volunteers for coaches and have WCPR officials for games.

The age groups available are:
6 and under t-ball
8 and under coach pitch
10 and under
12 and under
14 and under
17 and under slow pitch   

Age is as of January 1, 2010
You can choose for your child to play up an age group but they cannot play down.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN FROM JAN 21-FEB 7. COST PER PLAYER IS $95.
THERE WILL BE A $30 LATE FEE FOR ANYONE REGISTERING AFTER FEB. 7TH.

TENTATIVE 2010 CALENDAR
Feb. 7       Registration closes
Feb. 8       Late Registration fee begins $30
Feb. 11       Coaches Meeting
Feb. 14       Late Registration closes
Feb. 15       First day of Practice
March 29      First day of games.
April 3       No games due to WCS Spring Break.
TBD          Pictures
TBD          Picutes make-ups
May 27       Last Day of regular season games
Jun 1         County Tournament starts

There are teams from Grassland, Brentwood, Bethesda, College Grove, Trinity, Heritage, Franklin, and Fairview that Williamson County Parks and Recreation schedules for. The commissioners from each league meet and take on the monumental task of scheduling. Each age group will play once during the week (same night each week) and on Saturday. The number of teams that Grassland has in an age group will determine how often you will play at Grassland. For the last several years the 5-6, 7-8 and 9-10 have played at least one game per week at Grassland. We also play games at Fly Park which is off of Hwy. 96 in the Trinity area.

GAA will try to honor requests such as played together last year, transportation, friends, etc. as much as possible when making team rosters, however there are no guarantees of team placement.

No games will be played during Memorial Day weekend, or during Williamson County Spring Break. Games will be played on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays. The county used Wednesday last year for make up games and we also scheduled some in house (Grassland against Grassland) games on Fridays. Last year each team had about 14 games on their schedule so if one did not get made up they still had plenty of games.   

GAA will communicate to players and parents via email this Spring, so be looking for important communications from GAA in your inbox. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to email us.

GAA Softball Commissioner - Creighton Cook gaasoftballcommish@gmail.com