Celebrating our 48th year with USA Softball

Cypress Girls Softball League (CGSL) has been providing the opportunity for girls in our community to learn the great game of softball. As we kickoff our 48th year of softball, I want to welcome you to one of the premier softball leagues in Orange County. We are proud to be a member of the Central District of the Southern California USA Softball Association (ASA) providing recreational Junior Olympic softball to the girls in the community.

2018 Spring Season - Spring 2018


Team Staffyou also need to use this process to register as a Manager, Coach, Assistant Coach, etc.  Click 'Volunteer' below. This is only available until 2/10/18.

Sponsorships can be completed on our CGSL Store page. Click the menu above, or HERE.

* - CGSL does not require snack bar duty by parents.  The snack bar director will have a team of official snack bar workers to work these shifts during game days.  The fees for these workers are included in your registration fees, however, you can work a snack bar shift and earn money to help reduce your overall costs. If you are interested in working in the snack bar, please contact our snack bar director.

ATTN: CGSL Players!

USA Softball having their annual trading ping contest again!  Download the form from the link below, and submit your entry today!

2018 USA Trading Pin Contest Form

Want an opportunity to get your season reimbursed?  USA Softball is offering a scholarship for the 2018 season.  Click the link below to fill out the form, and submit to USA Softball.

2018 USA Rec Ball Scholarsihip

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Order Your CGSL Apparel!


We are taking orders for CGSL apparel.  

All apparel will have the CGSL logo.  

If you are interested in placing an order, please complete the following form and turn it in at Picture Day.

CGSL Apparel Order Form

SPECIAL: For the month of October, we are offering a custom 'Strike Out Cancer" T-Shirt.  Visit our online store to buy this limited item.

Being a parent of a pitcher for 10 years now, and being on all 3 sides of the fence(Parent, Coach, Umpire), I have seen and heard pretty much everything in this article.  I look back now with amusement and cringe at some of the things I've said myself as a parent and coach, and heard as an official(still to this day).  I'm sure this phase will always be there, which is not necessarily a bad thing, its all in how your daughter responds afterwards.

Have a read, and see if this is you in the stands.

When My Daughter Pitches

I hope it brings a smile to your face as much as it did me.

Speaking now as a parent, enjoy this time with your daughters.  My daughter is a pitcher going into her Senior year of College, and it has gone by in a flash.


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