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Madison Girls Softball Registration to Begin:

Madison Girls Softball offers girls, K - 8th grade, the opportunity to learn, play, and succeed at the game of softball.  Madison Softball is open to all young ladies residing in Madison and Harding Township.

Registration for the 2014 season will be available from December 1, 2013 through January 15, 2014.  Registration will be offered only on-line through TeamSnap at:

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            madisonsoftball.sites.teamsnap.com

KINDER-BALL:

Once again this year, Madison Softball will be offering a specially designed program for young ladies currently in Kindergarten.  The Kinder-Ball program involves 90 minute sessions at the MRC, on Saturday mornings May through June.  During these clinics, the girls are introduced to the basics of softball (throwing, hitting, catching, running) in a positive environment.  To be eligible, players must be enrolled in Kindergarten during this fall/spring.  Registration for Kinder-Ball is also available at the above website.

Additional Madison Softball Programs

           Madison Softball will once again be offering additional training/learning  opportunities for players  throughout the spring.

                         Drew Softball Clinics

                         Pitching Clinics

                         Hitting and fielding clinics with MHS Coaching Staff

                         Travel Softball Opportunities

(Madison Softball is co-sponsored the Madison Recreation Department)

Anyone with additional questions please feel free to contact

Rob Welter via email at rwelter@dtrmed.com.

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