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 program.

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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.

Summer Softball is Here!

Middle Essex Summer Season Starts 

Lynnfield has entered three teams in the Middle Essex Summer Softball League, one each at U10, U12 and U14. The schedule is below. Good luck to all the summer players!

    High School Middle School Away Away
Mon  25-Jun        
Tue  26-Jun LL Baseball U10 vs. Melrose    
Wed  27-Jun U12 vs. Reading U14 vs. Wakefield-PPD U10 at N. Andover  
Thur  28-Jun LL Baseball   U14 at Reading U12 at Saugus
Fri  29-Jun        
Sat  30-Jun        
Sun  1-Jul        
Mon  2-Jul U10 vs. Marblehead   U14 at Pentucket  
Tue  3-Jul LL Baseball      
Wed  4-Jul        
Thur  5-Jul LL Baseball U14 vs. North Reading U12 at Reading  
Fri  6-Jul        
Sat  7-Jul        
Sun  8-Jul        
Mon  9-Jul U14 vs. Salem Witches

Farm League

U12 at N. Reading U10 at Salem
Tue  10-Jul LL Baseball U12 vs. Salem Witches    
Wed  11-Jul LL Baseball U10 vs. Georgetown U14 at Triton (Bialek)  
Thur  12-Jul LL Baseball U12 vs. Malden    
Fri  13-Jul        
Sat  14-Jul        
Sun  15-Jul        
Mon  16-Jul U14 vs. Tri-Town Farm League U10 at Triton (Bialek)  
Tue  17-Jul   U10 vs. Charlestown U12 at Danvers  
Wed  18-Jul U12 vs. M-E   U10 at N Reading  
Thur  19-Jul     U14 at Gloucester  
Fri  20-Jul        
Sat  21-Jul        
Sun  22-Jul        
Mon  23-Jul U14 vs. Winthrop   U10 at Somerville  
Tue  24-Jul   U14 vs. Reading    
Wed  25-Jul LL Baseball U10 vs. Ames/NBPT U14 at Wellesley U12 at Marblehead
Thur  26-Jul   U12 vs. Seabrook    
Fri  27-Jul LL Baseball      
Sat  28-Jul        
Sun  29-Jul        
Mon  30-Jul U14 Wakefield Farm League    
Tue  31-Jul   U12 vs. Wakefield    
Wed  1-Aug LL Baseball U10 vs. N Andover U14 at Wakefield  
Thur  2-Aug   U14 vs. Reading U12 at N. Reading U10 at Melrose
Fri  3-Aug        
Sat  4-Aug        
Sun  5-Aug        
Mon  6-Aug   Farm League U14 at No Reading U12 at Reading
Tue  7-Aug   U14 vs. Pentucket U10 at Marblehead  
Wed  8-Aug U12 vs. Saugus      
Thur  9-Aug   U10 vs. N. Reading    
Fri  10-Aug        
Sat  11-Aug        
Sun  12-Aug        

by Master Admin posted 06/25/2018
Great Progress at LMS Field
LMS Field from parking lot, 2-20-18LMS Field from behind backstop, 2-20-18LMS Field from school side, 2-20-18LMS Field from woods side, 2-20-18LMS Field under construction, 10-11-17LMS Field Under Construction, late October 2017

Middle School Field 2-20-18

Middle School Field Looking Good

The LMS softball field improvements are shaping up nicely, as was visible during the recent warm stretch. The skin infield is impressive and the sodded outfield seems to be taking hold. It remains unclear when the field will be ready for play, but we're hoping that the relatively mild winter will accelerate the process.

Following is a November report from Arthur Bourque, who spearheaded the successful effort to upgrade the town's playing fields: "At the softball field, the new clay infield has been installed and it is looking great. We have re-graded and reinstalled the outfield, installed sprinklers and drainage and will be sodding that field on Wednesday. The concrete walk behind the backstop will be installed on Monday or Tuesday and the electrical installation will be happening next week. In the spring we hope to replace the storage trailer at that location and add a pad for a port-a-pottie. That will wrap up that field."

The sod was placed, as seen in the attached photo, and with the exceptional work of the DPW and contractor, the field is on track to join our high school field as among the best in the region. 

The photos featured include one from early October (showing construction vehicle and material on mound), one from late October (dirt spread on field) and four different views from February 20, 2018.


by Master Admin posted 02/22/2018
Lynnfield High Field Rules

Respect Lynnfield Fields

Lynnfield residents have invested substantial amounts of money and time to upgrade the town's fields to be among the best in the area. In particular, the high school complex is an impressive facility that creates a better playing experience for Lynnfield residents and for the out-of-town teams they play.

To help preserve the quality of our fields, please follow the Town Recreation Committee's Field Guidelines.

TOWN OF LYNNFIELD FIELD USE REGULATIONS

To preserve the quality of the turf and provide a clean and healthy environment the following are NOT ALLOWED on this synthetic turf playing complex:

  • Food and drinks (other than in the concessions area and bleachers), beverages (other than water), sports drinks, gum, seeds or nuts
  • Alcoholic beverages of any type
  • Glass bottles or containers
  • Tobacco Products of any kind, smoking or open flame
  • No Metal cleats, only rubber and plastic cleats are allowed
  • Dogs or pets of any kind
  • Inappropriate behavior or language
  • Canopies, umbrellas, or other items that requiring spiking to hold them in place
  • Chairs with four legs
  • Golf playing
  • Motorized vehicles or bicycles (except official vehicles)

All field users are responsible for properly disposing of their trash and recyclables Please do not pick, pluck or pull grass fibers or infill materials on the field Formal practice or games require a field permit which can be obtained through the Recreation Commission 


by posted 01/28/2018
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