Welcome to the Colonie Girls Softball 2019 Season
Hello! My name is Sara Raponi. I have been a
supporting parent of a Colonie Girls Softball player
for the last 7 years. I've truly enjoyed watching the girls grow up on the Colonie Girls Softball fields each
Spring Rec and Fall Ball season. I have participated
in activities to support our Opening Day, served food,
snacks, drinks and more importantly countless freeze
pops to our players and their younger siblings after
games at our concession stand.
We welcome this year's sponsors who have helped
us through their contributions to maintain our fields
and buildings. Making Colonie Girls Softball park, one that is able to be enjoyed by all. Please support
their businesses as their contributions are vital to our
We welcome our parents who help run the concession
stand, maintain our fields, coach, and most importantly
support their players by bringing them to practices
and games, or just enjoying a game cheering on their
family members or friends who are playing.
We welcome all our players from T Ball through
Majors. We have a wonderful group of girls that
love softball. All of these girls work together to
have fun while learning more about the game. They are courageous as they promote honesty and
sportsmanship with their teammates and any softball
player who visits our fields, so all the girls leave with a
positive feeling no matter the outcome of the game.
You can see for yourself the way the girls step onto
any one of our five fields, they play with their hearts
and for the love of the game.
Welcome back the League Board who work tirelessly
behind the scene to ensure everything runs smoothly.
Lastly, we are a league of volunteers. We all work
together to promote the sense of community you
feel while your at our fields. We encourage you to
get involved! Come to play, stay and enjoy a game.
Investing in you child/ren, creating lasting memories,
and developing skills they will have for a lifetime.
See you in the Spring!
Click here to register and support this very special cause.
The Kick it for Kashius 5K was originally created to give financial help to the Mostransky family as their 6 year old son Kashius was battling Leukemia in 2012.
Kashius is now 12 and in remission.
Kashius and his family, along with the original friends who created the event, have carried on the 5K tradition of helping a local family battling with cancer.
T-shirts are included in the entry fee for the 5K and the kids run if you register before June 18. There maybe be limited quantities of shirts available for purchase on race day.