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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Lynnfield Girls Softball

The Lynnfield Girls Softball League's primary mission is to provide a fun, instructional and safe outlet for girls who want to learn and enjoy the great sport of softball. We also serve as a feeder program that helps build and maintain a strong high school program.

Registration is Open for 2016 LGS Season

Spring is Coming! Register Now!

Registration is now open for Lynnfield Girls Softball's 36th Annual Spring program. This town league is open for Lynnfield residents and students in Lynnfield-based schools in grades 2 through 8.

This is our second season playing in the Essex County Women's Softball League. We will compete again in three divisions -- the Senior Division (grades 7-8), Junior Division (grades 5-6) and the Farm League (grades 2-4).

We are also planning a series of clinics. Stay tuned for more information.

To register, click on the Register Now button on the home page.

Spring is coming!

Thank you.
LGS Board

by Master Admin posted 11/17/2015
It's Not Too Late to Play Winter Ball!

U-16 Indoor Team Needs Players

Lynnfield has two teams, a U18 and a U16 team, in the Route 1 Sportsplex Indoor Softball League Second Session (January through mid-March). The U16 team, which plays on Saturday afternoon, needs players. Girls born on or after January 1, 1999, are eligible to play.
Come this Saturday (3 pm batting practice, 3:30 game) to check it out, no cost and no obligation. Contact Jerry Guerra (jguerra@jagg-group.com) or Kevin Wing (lynnfieldgirlssoftball@gmail.com) for more info or to sign up.

by Master Admin posted 11/17/2015
Great Fun at LGS Banquet

The Isotopes, pictured here at Prince Pizza following the league banquet, reached the playoff semifinals


Banquet a Hit

Over 100 players, coaches and parents turned out to enjoy food and each other's company on Monday night, June 22, at Prince Pizza. Every player received a Lynnfield Girls Softball t-shirt and 14 graduating 8th graders took home a special trophy.

The event capped off another excellent season for the league. It was also a transitional year as we joined the Essex County Women's Softball League after having been an in-town league for much or all of our existence. The LGS also welcomed players from grades 2-4 for the first time, and they played (and played well) in the ECWSL's Farm League.

We can't wait for next year and bigger and better things.


by posted 06/24/2015
Flashback - Cubs 2009

2009 Cubs

The Lynnfield Girls Softball League has been in existence for more than 30 years. Here are some photos from our past few seasons.

by posted 03/29/2015
Flashback - Diamondbacks 2009

by posted 03/29/2015
Flashback! Lynnfield Team Wins Route 1 Sportsplex U14 Title

Lynnfield Blue U14 Enjoying the Fruits of Victory at Prince Pizza after winning the Rte 1 Sportsplex Title.

The top-seeded U14 Lynnfield Blue Softball Team won the the Route 1 Sportsplex U14 Championship on Saturday, March 23 in Danvers. Olivia Keane allowed only one run in two games, and the entire team contributed offensively and defensively, continuing a team-first trend they'd set throughout the winter season. The playoff games were 50-minute timed contests.

In Game 1, Lynnfield topped a game Revere squad, 7-2. A key point in the game occurred in the second inning with two out and Lynnfield holding a tenuous 1-0 lead. With the bases loaded, Hayley O'Brien and Allie Wing reached base (scoring Kelly Dillon and Kathleen Hamm, respectively), and Katie Nevils blew the game open with a two-run single (plating Emily Bellavance and Hayley O'Brien). Wing later scored the sixth run of the inning on a steal of home.

In the finals, after Lynnfield failed to score in the first inning, Wellesley put its first two runners on base. Then came a play that may have changed the entire direction of the game.  The umpire initially thought Wellesley's third batter had walked, but then corrected himself and returned her to the plate. On the next pitch, she jacked a hard, high fly ball to right. In the play of the day, maybe the season, Kelly Dillon made an over-the-shoulder catch for the first out. The Lynnfield D then bore down and got out of the inning unscathed (ending it on a fine play from third baseman Katie Nevils to catcher Kathleen Hamm).

Lynnfield scored three runs in the next inning (Gaby Floramo, Isa Giamarco and Kelly Dillon) and three the next inning (Abby Berry, Allie Wing and Katie Nevils) on the way to a 6-0 victory.

Other defensive stars were Emily Bellavance, who made two fine plays at second base; Allie Wing, who also made a great stop and throw out at second; Isa Giamarco, who made two hard plays look easy at first base; and Kathleen Hamm, who was sensational behind the plate all season long.

Gaby Floramo was one of the hitting stars, getting on base and scoring with aggressive baserunning every at bat. In addition to those already mentioned, Allie Morin, Abby Berry and Leigh Guerra got on base, scored runs and made all the plays in the field when asked during the season and in the playoffs.

Two other players contributed for Lynnfield during the season -- Ally Peters and Olivia Pascucci -- but were not available for the playoff games.

The team was coached by Allan Berry (Third Base Coach), Kevin Dillon (First Base Coach), Kevin Wing (Bench Coach) and Jerry Guerra (Bench Coach). 


by posted 11/04/2013
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