The softball program is for all girls’ ages, 6–12 (5yrs. and under play T ball- registration on the baseball page) In addition to on-field fundamentals, we also offer them the opportunity to develop their athletic ability while promoting healthy competition and the value of teamwork.
This is for teams from an outside organization or group with a minimum of 10 players and maximum of 15. Team registration includes an 8 week season. CYS will cover all other expenses (field costs, security, concessions, overhead, etc.) Teams will NOT be provided a uniform, but you will be given a CYS patch that must be added to your uniform before week 1 (March, 2020). You will not be guaranteed practice time or free training from our paid trainers and coaches provided through CYS.
CYS Softball is more than a competitive Christ centered program. It is a program dedicated to provide every girl a premier softball experience.
DIRECTOR OF CYS SOFTBALL
Bobby, born and raised in San Antonio, Tx is a graduate of MacArthur High School. He is married to his wife Bridgett of 9 years and enjoys spending time at the fields with their children Alexis and Ryan.
Bobby has been involved in softball for little over 10yrs as a board member, director, and coach in Little League, Pony league, and travel/select ball. He is a believer and supporter on how CYS provides a safe, fun, and competitive Christian environment. He's excited and eager to have the opportunity to teach and develop athletes with CYS. He loves the idea of having a softball program in an environment where kids and families can learn more about the sport and Christ. Bobby has big plans for The CYS Softball program utilizing year round camps and clinics to help every athlete on and off the diamond become a better athlete but overall a better person. His goal is to make the first season of CYS Softball and every season after that be a positive and memorable for each of these athletes. His passion is strong on leading our youth in the right direction and believes there is no better platform then youth sports.
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