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.

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
Summer Season is Upon Us

Lynnfield Summer Softball Opens This Week


With the echo from the last 'ping' of the spring season still in the air, we're already focusing ahead on the upcoming Middle Essex League Summer Softball season. The LGS has five teams entered in the program in the following divisions -- U18A, U18B, U14B, U12B and U10B.​

The U10 team was a last-minute addition. We had a late push of interest from the youngest group and, fortunately for us, another team dropped out. We could still use a few players at that level (current fourth, third and second grades) and have not yet finalized the coaching staff.

Our U12 team is stacked with solid players, most of whom are coming off an excellent spring season in the Essex County League. David Harrison is leading the team, with assistance from several other parents that include Kate Iantosca, Rob Carbone and Dennis Kelly.

The U14 team should also be very competitive with a number of the top Middle School players on board. Bruce Madden and Kerrianne Allain are the primary contacts, with assistance promised from several other parents.

The U18B team -- which plays in a division that corresponds largely with U16 -- is comprised of players ranging from some of the younger LHS varsity players to promising incoming freshmen to recreational players. The team is coached by Jerry Guerra, with help from Jeff Milne, Kevin Wing and others.

The U18A team plays in a competitive open division. It includes current and graduated LHS players, as well as a few out-of-town participants and residents who play for other schools. John Hosterman is head coach, aided by Dan Whelan and others.

Most roster spots are filled, but if you're interested and haven't yet let us know, contact us and we will try to accommodate you or at least place you on a wait list.

The season starts Monday, June 22, at LHS with the U18A team hosting the Lynn Rams. With Moving On ceremonies Tuesday and the last day of school on Wednesday, it remains to be seen when the first U12 and U14 teams will be. The U10s first game is Thursday in Watertown.


by posted 06/21/2015
Rainout Line - 781-334-8030

If there is a question about whether a game is being played due to weather, LGS has a rainout line. Call 781-334-8030 after 5 pm to find out the status of a game for any of our LGS teams. If the line has not been updated, the game is on.

by posted 04/27/2015
Flashback - Summer 2009

Mainly LHS Class of 2015

by posted 03/29/2015
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