AAL Girls Youth Softball Program Continues To Grow

The Acreage Athletic League’s youth recreational softball program continues to grow each season. The softball program is a great way to learn about the game and build friendships.

Many of the girls have been playing for several years, and league organizers have noted that there is plenty of talent coming out of The Acreage.

Recently, all the recreational softball teams took part in interleague playoffs with Royal Palm Beach. In the 8-U division, the Acreage Green Dragons took home a first-place wins, and in the 10-U division, the Acreage Canes finished in first place as well.

The Acreage Athletic League would also like to congratulate the 8-U Acreage Pink Panthers, 8-U Red Dragons and 12-U Acreage Red Hots for each team’s successful season.

The AAL Youth Recreational Softball League is currently accepting registrations for its upcoming spring season. Girls ages 5 to 14 are welcome. For more information, visit the league’s web site at www.aalgirlssoftball.com.

In addition, the Acreage Hawks girls softball 8-U and 10-U travel teams are looking for players to join the program. The league will host tryouts Saturday, Jan. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Acreage Community Park.

For more information about tryouts for the travel teams, call Andrew Erwin at (561) 601-1735 or e-mail myhome561@aol.com.

For more information about the Acreage Athletic League’s youth recreational softball program, visit the AAL Facebook page at www.facebook.com/acreageathleticleague.


Above: The Green Dragons finished first in the 8-U division.


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