Softball

Registration open for Homewood and Flossmoor youth baseball and softball leagues

The first pitch of opening day is still a few months away, but youth baseball organizations and players are already gearing up for the season to start with registrations and winter workouts.

Homewood Baseball and Softball hosts 10 or more divisions of baseball, softball or T-ball play. The organization is holding two registration sessions in coming weeks at Willow School, 1804 Willow Road.

With spirit and a history lesson, Flossmoor Baseball and Softball launches new season

Anyone who wants to know what team spirit sounds like need only visit the Flossmoor Road viaduct while the Flossmoor Baseball and Softball (FBS) parade is marching through.  

Early on April 22, as team after team marched under the tracks, the concrete walls reverberated with the roar of enthusiastic little leaguers preparing to start a new season.

Longer Pony Field basepaths a sign of change in Flossmoor Baseball & Softball

With Flossmoor youth baseball and softball almost here, coach Jeffery Kidd is committed to  putting in numerous hours, from regular practices to a demanding schedule of games in the upcoming season.
Kidd, the vice president for girls softball in Flossmoor Baseball & Softball (FBBSB), doesn’t want to miss a minute of the 2016 campaign.

Bats will be cracking for Hart Panthers softball, baseball teams

Students at James Hart Junior High will be taking swings at the baseball as the school’s first organized baseball and softball teams start their season this month.

Homewood baseball, softball, T-ball registration Saturday; participants should register online first

Homewood Baseball and Softball will hold registration for the 2015 baseball, softball and T-ball season from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7, at Churchill School.

District 153 agrees to start baseball/softball program

Homewood loves its baseball. It’s had Homewood Babe Ruth League play for kids since 1951.

For those who can’t get enough, District 153 is hoping to establish a baseball and softball program for fall 2015 to compete in the Illinois Elementary School Association’s (IESA) play for the south and southwest area. The school board Monday approved filing an application with IESA.

This will be a mixed team of boys and girls at the junior high level.

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