Free Girls' Softball Clinic

May 19th with Cape Crush
Join Cape Crush for a free girls' softball clinic on May 19th (Courtesy of Cape Crush)

Cape Crush, a non-profit 501 (c) (3) softball organization dedicated to girls ages 8-18, will hold a FREE Spring Softball Clinic on Saturday, May 19 from 9 am to 11 am at the Harwich Community Center softball fields.

 

“Cape Crush gives girls of all abilities and skill levels from across the Cape a place to play softball. With our 10 game summer softball season that starts up in June, girls have the chance to build skills, have fun and make new friends” says Chris Marchese, the organization’s president.

 

The mission of Cape Crush is to provide girls and young women unlimited opportunities to foster self-growth and community awareness through the game of softball. Under the direction of our 100% volunteer ACE certified and SafeSport trained coaches, girls focus on sportsmanship, teamwork, motivation, and fundamental softball skills with year-round competition, clinics, league play, and community volunteerism.

 

To register a child for the Cape Crush summer league or for more information, visit www.CapeCrush.com or attend the FREE SPRING CLINIC on Saturday, May 19 from 9 am to 11 am at the Harwich Community Center softball fields. The league starts in June and runs through the first week in August.


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