Dates: Saturday, March 3
Fee: $20 R / $35 NR
Location: NMS New Gym
Get ready for the upcoming softball season by working on the basic skills needed to succeed on the field! This clinic is perfect for the beginning softball player or a player that wants to hone their skills and take their game to the next level. The focus will be on developing or correcting throwing form, fielding, and establishing a good swing. This will be a small group clinic to assure a focused, positive atmosphere. The clinic is lead by Jacy Eckerman and assisted by Jamie Downing. Jacy has played for and
trained under legendary softball pitching coach Chuck Watters of Kansas City. Jamie has coached for CAP, Deerfield Demons, as well as Johnson Creek Yellow Jackets. Please bring a glove and water to the clinic. Minimum 6 participants.
Dates: Saturday, April 21
Location: NMS New Gym
Does your daughter want to improve her pitching performance or just begin to develop pitching skills? Perhaps your daughter wants to be a leader on the field and learn more about being a catcher? This is the clinic for her! Jacy Eckerman trained and played for legendary pitching coach Chuck Watters of Kansas City and has taught lessons for 12 years. She brings with her the knowledge to teach different pitches as well as increasing speed and accuracy. If your daughter is just beginning, Jacy will break down the basic steps of throwing a pitch and give your daughter the tools and confidence to reach her pitching goals! Jamie Downing has coached for three different teams for ten seasons and brings with her knowledge and experience of catching. The focus will be good form, stopping the ball, and making long throws. A small group setting is provided to increase focus and individual attention. This is a great opportunity to create a pitching and catching partnership. If you currently pitch, invite your catcher to attend with you. Please bring glove, water, and catching gear if you have it, otherwise gear will be provided. Min 6 / Max 16
Dates: Mid May thru late July
The Cambridge CAP participates in an ASA sanctioned Windmill Girls’ Fast Pitch League. Girls are divided into leagues according to their age; cutoff is the age as of January 1, 2018. All levels of CAP Softball are traveling leagues with games played both at home and away (parent transportation required). Uniform tops are provided to all first year players; players provide their own gray pants. Practice schedules will vary from coach to coach; coaches will contact players to notify them of their first meeting date. For more information on the ASA Windmill leagues, check out http://www.eteamz.com/windmillfastpitchsoftball/.
There will be an informational meeting for all coaches TBD.
*Registration Deadline: (10 player minimum per league on March 3)
Windmill Softball – U8
Ages: 7 – 9
Fee: Registration before March 3: $40 R / $55 NR After March 3: $50 R / $65 NR
The focus at this level will be on learning the fundamentals of softball. The games will be played on Wednesday evenings.
Windmill Softball –U10, U12, U14
Ages: 9 – 15
Fee: Registration before March 3: $ 60 R / $75 NR After March 3: $70 R / $85
Coaches will help determine the appropriate league of play based on the birthdates of the majority of the girls in the class. Double headers are played for both home and away games.
Windmill Softball – U16
Ages: 16 – 18
Fee: Registration before March 3: $70 R / $85 NR After March 3: $80 R / $95 NR
The U16 softball program is run in conjunction and under the guidance of the CHS softball program. Players are expected to commit to practices and games, with playing time being reflective of commitment and skill. Double headers are played for both home and away games.
Dates: Sundays, beginning March 18
Location: NMS Gym
Join the CAP Softball coaches for spring training. Both CHS and youth softball coaches will work with players to get them ready for the upcoming season! Players should bring their gloves, and other personal softball equipment. Please note that this open gym is contingent on volunteer help to facilitate the session. All participants must have an emergency contact form on file prior to participating; available on the CAP website.