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Updates as of 01/12/2017
NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON!!!!
Registration for the 2017 CMGFL Spring/Summer season is now open!
NEW for this year, we are offering online registration in addition to our traditional methods of registering.
Mail in registration is now open and we have in-person registrations set for the following nights and locations.
Tuesday, January 10th Macomb Township Rec Center
Tuesday, January 17th Clinton Macomb Public Library, Main Branch
Tuesday, January 24th Clinton Macomb Public Library, North Branch
Online registration is available below.
To register your daughter(s), please click on the following link:
You will need to set up an ID and password, then you will be able to continue with the registration.
See Below for Game Day Status
Status displayed above or call the Rainout Line number, enter the EXT for the field followed by the # sign to hear the message
To view status on-line, sign-up for message alerts, or to use the free app for Smart phones, Click on the following link:
Sign up for Rainout Line
2017 Season - Monthly League Meeting Schedule
All meetings start at 6:30PM unless noted below. May and June meetings start after the 7:15PM games are completed.
The May and June meetings will take place in the Iroquois / Mohawk school parking lot.
Bring your own chair.
Meeting dates follow:
10/25/2016 - General Meeting, Election of Officers, Location is Macomb Township Recreation Center
11/17/2016 - By-Laws, Rules and Regulations, Location is Macomb Township Recreation Center
11/22/2016 - General Meeting, Location is Clinton Macomb Public Library, North Branch
12/13/2016 - General Meeting, Location is Clinton Macomb Public Library, North Branch
01/24/2017 - General Meeting, Location is Clinton Macomb Library, North Branch
Managers, Coaches, Parents and all interested parties, please plan to attend the league meetings. All of the league
decisions are made at these meetings. It is important to have a representative from each team at the meetings.
All meetings are open to the general public.
Click the following links to view league meeting minutes:
CMGFL MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the
League is to:
1. Provide fastpitch softball for members of our community.
2. Provide an opportunity for these members to learn and develop fastpitch softball skills thru off-season training, regular season play,
tournaments, and playoffs.
3. Promote positive attitudes and good sportsmanship.
Notice to Managers
For insurance reasons, only registered players are allowed to practice or play with a CMGFL team.
(League assigned field practices start April 1 / Games are played from May through July)
Game Days by Division and Times:
6 & Under Tuesday & Thursday at 5:45/6:00 & 7:00/7:15 P.M.
8 & Under Monday & Wednesday at 5:45/6:00 & 7:00/7:15 P.M.
10 & Under Tuesday & Thursday at 5:45/6:00 & 7:00/7:15 P.M.
13 & Under Monday & Wednesday at 5:45/6:00 & 7:00/7:15 P.M.
18 & Under Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday at 6:00 & 7:15 P.M. (depending on number of registered teams)
NOTE: The majority of games will be played on the game days listed above.
In limited cases it may be necessary to schedule games on non-game days including Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Rainout make-up games are one example.
18U league does not start until the high school season ends.
Age Division is determined by the player's age as of January 1'st as shown below:
6 & Under - Tee-Ball Ages 5 and 6
8 & Under - Coach Pitch Ages 7 and 8
10 & Under - Fast Pitch (35 ft. Pitching Mound Distance) Ages 9 and 10
13 & Under - Fast Pitch (40 ft. Pitching Mound Distance) Ages 11, 12 and 13
18 & Under - Fast Pitch (43 ft. Pitching Mound Distance) Ages 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
The 6 & Under Division serves as an inroduction to softball for the 5 & 6 year old players.
The basic fundamentals of softball are taught. Special rules are in effect to allow all the girls to play and keep the game moving.
Emphasis is placed on learning new skills, teamwork, and good sportsmanship.
Standings and scores are not kept in this division.
It's not whether they win or lose, but how they play the game.
Parent Involvement and Volunteerism
Interested in volunteering?
The success and future direction of the league is based on all of the hardworking volunteers who are involved in the league.
We really need parents to help with our league. Just think of the satisfaction you will get from knowing that you are spending
quality time with your child during these very important years. We know that most of us lead very busy lives and it is difficult to find time,
but it is worth the effort and you will not regret it.
You can make a difference!
If you would like to volunteer, or have any questions please contact the appointed league representative pertaining to your question.
Please click on the "Contacts" tab for representative contact information.
Also, plan to attend our league meetings held the 4'th Tuesday of every month starting October and running through June.
LEAGUE BY-LAWS / RULES / REGULATIONS
Our league rules are taken from the United States Specialty
Sports Association (USSSA) Rule Book. We have modified some of these rules to help make our
league run smoother. Click the following links for a copy of our rule books:
2016 CMGFL By-Laws and Rules Booklet Format
PARENTS CODE OF ETHICS
We must keep in mind we are an example to our children, both
on, and off the softball field. Please remember to control your emotions and actions while the
girls are playing ball. If a manager or umpire has to address behavioral actions before,
during, or after the game it may result in your child's team forfeiting the game. Arguing or
threatening anyone, harassment of an umpire,manager, coaches or players could also result in
a forfeit. Inappropriate language is not tolerated in this league and will result in a forfeit.
Thank you for your cooperation and support.
Since the inception of the league in 1970, girls softball has been our focus. Registration for the league
is open for any girl residing in Macomb Township or Clinton Township attending Chippewa Valley, Utica or Fraser Schools.
Once a girl is a member of the Clinton-Macomb Girls Fastpitch League, she retains eligibility for life.
In 1996, the league initiated the CVGSL Scholarship Fund for former or current players graduating from Chippewa Valley High school.
In 1998, the league added a scholarship for former or current player's graduating from Dakota High School.
Additionally, an "at large" scholarship was added for former or current players regardless of which high school they graduate from.
Eligibility is as follows:
- Graduating high school senior.
- Have a minimum of 4 years playing in the league.
- Have a minimum of 3.0 cumulative grade point average.
- Parental involvement is a consideration but not a requirement.
Scholarships are awarded at the annual banquet.
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