WEST HARTFORD AMATEUR SOFTBALL LEAGUE
The Summer Registration is available see page to left.
Coach Pitch through High School
The WHASL was a proud sponsor of the first ever...
MAYOR'S CUP GAME for Softball: Hall Vs. Conard at U of Hartford, 5/3/13
Check out the You Tube higlights (link below)
Conard wins the first ever Mayor's Cup. Beth Bye presented the
trophy and is pictured with the team. Hall is shown after the game
in the picture to the right. They have qualified for the tournament
for the first time in five years, and regrouped going on to win
their next game over Farmington 4-3 on a two out two run walk off
single by Liana P.
Interested in playing in a high school summer league? Check out the Connecticut Towns Softball League Web Site
<<Check out the West Hartford News link to the left for a story on the league from writer Ken Lipshez.
The Mission of the WHASL is to allow
age eligible girls in town the opportunity to play summer
Logo by Tessa Hache
Call Brian Corey at 860-878-7758, or email email@example.com with any questions about the WHASL. Play options are available for girls from Kindergarten through High School. This past summer 102 players played in either a Coach Pitch league, a 10-14 year old summer league, or on a High School Team that played in the CTSL.
The Connecticut Towns
Softball League (High School Summer League) is looking to
The Connecticut Towns Softball League's North and West Division
included 12 teams and over 150 players. http://conntownssoftball.webs.com/
"A player may
forget what you do, and a player may forget what you say, but a
player will never forget the way you made them feel."
Volunteers/Coaches that want to make a positive difference in the
lives of players are always needed.
Enriching lives through summer softball since
We are a 501 (c) (3) public charity organization
& a West Hartford All Sports Council Member.
League Goals: Through the game of softball, players, volunteers, and sponsors will work together to enrich the lives of self and others. Coaches and volunteers will role model, teach, and empower players to not only develop their skills in softball, but to challenge the player to become valued as teammates, opponents, and citizens of the world at large.