South Central Pennsylvania Softball (formally the York County Junior Girls Softball League) has transitioned to a new website, which is found here at www.scpas.org. Please feel free to visit often as we move content into this new site.
PA Rebellion To Hold Softball Clinic
In conjunction with the NPF Series appearance in the Susquehanna Valley, the PA Rebellion will be holding a players clinic on Thursday evening, June 2 in Lancaster. Please use this link for additional information and to register for the clinic.
Once again, our friends at the York Revolution are bringing professional fast pitch softball to Peoples Bank Stadium in York. The Rebellion will be playing two games against the Akron Racers on May 31 and June 1. Tickets are available now. See this link for additional information.
The 2016 Edition of the SCPAS playing rules are now posted. Each registered team will receive a printed copy of the rules at the schedule meeting. Please use this link to go to an online version of the rules.
Revolution Tickets Available to ACE Certified Coaches
Thanks to our friends at the York Revolution, SCPAS has been able to acquire 4 season tickets to the York Revolution season. SCPAS will make these tickets available to any registered coach in the 2016 summer season, provided the coach completes the 2016 ASA/ACE certification. Coaches may reserve 1, 2, 3 or all 4 tickets, subject to reservation rules established by SCPAS. To complete the ACE certification, please see this link. For more information, see the background check of this website.
In order to help teams with field availability and travel, SCPAS is considering holding 2 SCPAS weekends, where all playoff eligible teams are scheduled for 2 regular season games each weekend, by SCPAS. "We are looking at ways to help in three areas" said David Eckman, President of SCPAS. " First, many teams have told us that they have difficulty in competing for field time at their home fields. Secondly, every year since I have been doing this, teams go down to the last couple of days to schedule games - and in some cases many fear of not finishing the schedule. And lastly, this provides teams an opportunity to play teams other than the traditional "closer" teams". The format would be that at the scheduling meeting, playoff eligible teams would have pairings for 8 of their regular season games and the last 4 games would be scheduled by SCPAS on the SCPAS weekends. All of the SCPAS weekend games would be played at Crist fields and teams would be scheduled to play a game, have a break and play another. Teams that are close to Crist Fields geographically may play one game each day. We have tentatively scheduled these weekends for June 11/12 and July 9/10.