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Huber Heights Girls Softball Association


Welcome to the Huber Heights Girls Softball Association website. This league was formed in 1993 for girls ages 6 to 19. Our Mini division is a coach-pitch league for ages 6-8 where we teach the basic fundamentals of softball in a fun atmosphere.  The Minor division is a kid-pitch league for girls ages 9 and 10, the girls learn to pitch and play by more traditional softball rules than the Minis.  The Major division is a fast-pitch league for girls ages 11 and 12, this league is more competitive than the minors but first time players are still welcome. The Junior league (13-14) will play at Kettering Fields against other teams from the Miami Valley area.  Our older fast-pitch divisions are geared toward girls who are on school teams or who would like to improve their skills to make the school team next year.  All of our teams are A.S.A. sanctioned and play by A.S.A. rules. 

Official FINAL LIVE REGISTRATION will be Saturday April 4th from 11-1 at Lee's Famous Recipe on Chambersburg road.  Registration forms were finally approved by the school and were delivered to the Huber schools this morning for distribution to students.  Coaches meeting will be announced as soon as signups have been completed.  Practices will tentatively start the week of April 13th.  Coaches should be contacting parents the week of April 5th.  


You can also print out the registration form in the handout section of this website and mail it (must receive no later than Friday 4/3/2015) along with a $75.00 fee (checks only) to:


5414 Kitridge Rd

Dayton, Ohio 45424 

Opening day ceremonies will be held on Saturday May 9th at Cloud Park in conjuction with Brick City Baseball again this year.  Team pictures are also scheduled for Saturday May 9th at Cloud Park starting around 12:30 (each team will have their own time slot assigned).

All coaches are required to go to the following website: www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/online_training.html take the concussion training course and provide a copy of your certificate to the HHGSA Board before participating as a coach per A.S.A. rules.


1) These are kids

2) This is just a game

3) Coaches are Volunteers

4) Umpires are Human

5) The kids are not playing in a Professional League

Looking forward to a great season filled with Lots of Softball and plenty of Fun !!