Our dual mission is to provide a fun, instructional and safe league for girls to learn and enjoy the awesome sport of softball, and to serve as a feeder program that will help create and maintain a consistently strong high school softball pr

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Welcome to Lynnfield Girls Softball

The Lynnfield Girls Softball League's dual mission is to provide a fun, instructional and safe outlet for girls to learn and enjoy the awesome sport of softball, and to provide a healthy feeder program that will help create and maintain a consistently strong high school softball program.

LGS Sweatshirts on Sale

LGS Sweatshirts On Sale for $60

Because we did not hold a raffle this year, the LGS decided to offer our sweatshirts for sale.

The style and color are different from previous years, but will still sport our logo on the front, and the player's name and number on the sleeve. Cost is $60 per sweatshirt.

Please contact Julie Davie (julieanndavie@yahoo.com) with any questions. Access the online order form here. Otherwise email Julie the size, player name and number (does not have to be her uniform number...any favorite number is fine).

If you order by Tuesday, May 23, the sweatshirt should be available at the league banquet on June 5.


by Master Admin posted 05/20/2017
Queens win home opener

Lynnfield Queens Edge Ipswich

In a recent game at Lynnfield Middle School, the Lynnfield Queens topped Ipswich 12-11. Attached are a few photos from that contest.


by Master Admin posted 05/04/2017
Former LGS Stars Carrying On for College Teams

Annika Han, Tufts; Erica Merullo, Trinity; Jade Palladino, Nichols

LGS Alums Palladino, Merullo, Han Playing at NE Colleges

As the Lynnfield Girls Softball League prepares for its 38th season, we take a look back at three former LGS stars.

Jade Palladino is a senior infielder at Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts; Erica Merullo is a junior utility player at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut; and Annika Han is a freshman for three-time Division 3 National Champion (2013-2015) Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

Jade is a four-year player for Nichols, appearing in 76 of the team’s games. In her last six games from April 2 to April 14, Jade batted .313 (5 for 16) with two walks, a sacrifice bunt, a stolen base and an RBI.  She went 2-3 for the 11-11 Bison in a loss to Framingham State University on April 11.

Jade played four years in the LGS when it was a Middle School only league, and went on to star for LHS, serving as captain on the 2013 tournament team.

Playing primarily left field and third base, and batting leadoff, Erica has played all 26 games for 17-9 Trinity. A returning starter, Erica leads the team in runs scored (25), walks (11) and stolen bases (8). She is batting .274, but through April 16, she had hit safely in 8 of her last 9 games (12-for-31, .387, 12 runs scored).

Erica is a psychology major hoping to attend law school, according to her roster bio. She starred in the LGS and on several travel and club teams, and was a four-year all-conference standout at Governor’s Academy.

Erica’s Trinity squad and Annika’s Tufts team faced off in a historic weekend series April 14-15, with the Bantam sweeping the perennial powerhouse Jumbos in a set of scores that appeared more like a tennis match, 6-3, 6-5, 6-3.

The Trinity victory Friday marked Tufts’ first division loss since 2011 (65 games). When the Bantam swept a Saturday doubleheader, it was the first time in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) East softball history that a team swept Tufts.

Both Lynnfield women played major roles. Erica led off with a single in the home half of the first inning in Game One Saturday and she was immediately plated by a home run. She was also hit by a pitch and scored later in the game.

Annika played both Saturday games, starting in centerfield and rapping 3 hits in 8 at-bats while scoring two runs. As a freshman on one of the most elite Division 3 programs in the country, Annika has played in 9 games, batting .240. Her playing time is picking up; after playing in 5 of the first 17 games, Annika has appeared in 4 of the last 6 for the 14-9 Jumbos.

A civil engineering major, Annika was an LGS star, four-year starter and two-year captain for LHS, as well as an All Cape Ann selection multiple times.

You can follow the softball careers of these talented women at the following sites:

Annika: http://www.gotuftsjumbos.com/sports/sball/2016-17/bios/han_annika_mm94

Erica: http://www.bantamsports.com/sports/sball/2016-17/bios/MERULLO_ERICA

Jade: http://www.nicholsathletics.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=5493&path=softball


by Master Admin posted 04/16/2017
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