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PYSA Spring 2021 Softball

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Welcome to PYSA Spring 2021!

Spring registration is now closed and the wheels are in motion to create an amazing spring season.  Please read to gather everything you need to know about the coming weeks with PYSA!

TEAM ANNOUNCEMENTS
THIS Saturday, February 27th
Robb Field #8 (field closest to the water)

Announcement times will be staggered and grouped by division:
6U - 9:00 am
8U - 10:30 am
10U - 12:00 pm
12U/14U - 1:30 pm

Your daughter's team will be announced "Price is Right" style. Plan to stick around for a bit and meet your teammates.  Snacks and logowear will be available for sale!  Also enter our annual raffle to win one-of-a-kind items!  Raffle tickets will be on sale for $5 each.


We need your help!  Please click HERE to sign up to volunteer at this Saturday's event.  We need all the help we can get!  

If you have an item that you would like to donate to our 2021 raffle please contact Nene Noonan!

Please observe COVID protocols by arriving in masks and practicing social distancing.


*If your daughter was registered but unable to attend assessments she has been placed onto a team via our draft.

 
2nd Annual Gear Swap!

Need gear? Have gently used gear that you no longer need?
Come participate in our annual gear swap by bringing your used softball equipment!
We'll have a table setup this Saturday at player announcements.

A big thanks to our amazing trainer Dewey who always delivers any remaining equipment to a charity in Mexico!
 
Spring 2021 COVID Protocols
 
As we return to the field in 2021 it remains imperative for the safety of our players, families and staff, as well as our compliance with local governmental guidance, that we strictly adhere to the existing Covid-19 protocols which we have in place.  As a reminder, due to Covid-19, all training remains voluntary.  To this end, we require your compliance with the following protocols:

PLAYERS AND COACHES
  • Players must not congregate together before and after training.   Players must socially distance during training when not actively engaged. 
  • Players should wear a mask at all times when entering and leaving the fields, and when not actively training.
  • Players must bring their own water to training, and must not share with others. 
  • Players should sanitize their hands and personal equipment before and after training.
  • Players should report any symptoms of Covid-19 to their coaches prior to each training session.  If a player is exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19, or has a family member experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19, the player should remain at home. 
  • Any coaches exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19, or having close contact with anyone exhibiting such symptoms, will refrain from coaching until cleared to return. 
  • As with every season, coaches will meet with players and families to discuss player individual needs in order to create a training environment suitable for their teams.
FAMILIES AND SPECTATORS
  • Spectators are not allowed on the active training fields.  All spectators must remain along the fence lines of the fields and must socially distance from others, outside of their own family units, and maintain six feet of separation. 
  • Please ensure that your player follows the Player protocols set forth above.
  • Do not come to the field if you or any family member are exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19.
 
 
PYSA ALL DAY!
 

 

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Peninsula Youth Softball Association

Peninsula Youth Softball Association (PYSA) is a San Diego based, recreational fastpitch softball league for girls ages 4-16. Originally founded in 1966 as Peninsula Girls Bobby Sox, it became Peninsula Youth Softball Association in 1994. PYSA is nonprofit, volunteer-driven and affiliated with the Amateur Softball Association (ASA).

The league attracts girls from central San Diego’s coastal communities such as Point Loma, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, Bay Park as well as neighborhoods in Mission Hills, Hillcrest, North Park, Downtown/Golden Hill, Old Town and many more! Our girls come from more than 27 local schools, and approximately 30% of the players have siblings in the league.

We are the Peninsula Breakers! Go Breakers!