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  •  If we study what is merely average, we will remain merely average.  "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Martin Luther King Jr.     2020 Spring/Summer Registration Begins January 1, 2020.  We are now Wasco Silver Hawks!!  Softball is BACK in the Olympics!  2020!!  Wasco Silver Hawks proudly supports all 1st responders.
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The 2019 Womens College World Series Championship Game was the highest ranked week-night game in baseball or softball since MLB Opening Day!
 
 
 
 
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2019-2020 Wasco Warrior Tryouts are complete.   There may be a spot of two left.  Click here for info.  
 
The 2020 USA Olympic Team Named!  Click here for the full list.
 
 
 
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Fundraising: 
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8U is where all the fun starts (not worrying about her college softball career)!  Click here for more 8U information.

 

10U is where learning and having fun is so important.  For the higher skill set player, we offer not only in-house but Wasco Warriors (light travel) to Silver Hawks.

 

12U is where kids can still be kids, be with their friends and continue to grow and/or start to take it to the "next level" and look at full time travel options.  Again, they can stay in-house, they can try out for Wasco Warriors or tryout for Silver Hawks.

 

14U -18U:  In-house players continue to have fun, hone their skills, be with their friends and leave time for other activities and/or try out for full time travel options such as Silver Hawks or Dennison Silver Hawks.

 

ALL OF WHICH IS RIGHT HERE!  One Place - with people you know - coaches you know - at fields that you know!  Wasco Silver Hawks!

 

"Don't speak the problem.  Speak the solution." 

 

 

"One of the biggest problems in youth sports is that kids don't know how to fail. There aren't winners and losers anymore. A vital part of life is learning how to navigate, handle and overcome adversity. Your kids will learn a lot more from failure than from success."

 

 

The 3 greatest things to say to your player before competition:  Have fun - Play Hard - I love you.  The 3 greatest things to say to your player after competition:  Did you have fun?  I'm proud of you and I love you.                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball

Discover the Wasco Difference

Excellence has no boundaries....some of our players come from over 30 miles away to have the best rec 'sball experience! And WHY?!  32 years of doing one thing....Softball.  Our players are constantly growing and developing as ball players. Our coaches are taught the most state-of-the-art approaches as taught by the best collegiate coaches in the business including LSU, 'Bama, UCLA, Michigan, Wisconsin and more.  They spend hundreds of hours promoting and respecting the game of youth softball.  This is all Wasco does year round is softball.  Why settle for anything less than the best for your daughter.We believe that girls should be empowered and strengthened.  If you play a sport, you play it like an athlete.  Athletes are not defined by gender but by one's commitment and desire to achieve success through setting and achieving personal goals via competition.  And with competition comes failure and success and how to handle both situations with dignity and grace is our goal.  Here at Wasco, we play by the same rules as any athlete.  If you hit a homerun, you earned it.  If you hit a triple, you earned it.  If you struck out, you earned it.  We do not believe in handicapping a player because she is female.  We believe in learning, teaching, growing, respecting. While we are a recreational league, we believe in teaching the player to give everything your best effort every time and that we are a part of a TEAM and that means a player should make themselves better, they make their teammates better, and they make the game better. WHILE having fun.

Fees are the same regardless of where you live - no "out of district" fees.  

We treat everyone like family.

Join the most respected and well-established league around.

Celebrating our 32nd year!

 

 

Wasco Fastpitch Players at Verhaeghe Field in National Exxon Commercial

Featured in the commercial:

Front Row from left: Grace “Sobe’ Sobieski, Jordyn Wolfe, Vanessa Chicon, Lillian Cano, Sydney Garipay, Adare O’Connor 

Back Row from left:  Lindsey Jamarozek, Meaghan Domagalski, Grace McClure, Bell Golden,

Shae Edwards, Coach Sue Sobieski, Kayti Beauchamp, Taylor Baumgartner, Jill Anderson, Sami Sash

 

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Nutty Facts & Trivia

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It's a tradition in Ireland that if you donate a pint of blood, they give you a pint of Guinness to replace the iron.

When Boris Yeltsin met President Clinton in 1995, his first question was "Do you think O.J. did it?"

The United States defense budget is more than that the next seventeen nations combined.

Doctors' sloppy handwriting kills more than 7,000 people annually in the United States.

For every human on Earth, there are 1.6 million ants.

More people are bitten each year by New Yorkers than by sharks.

The sun and moon appear to be the same size in the sky because of an astonishing coincidence: the moon is 400 times smaller but 400 times closer.

One in four Americans thinks that the sun revolves around the earth.

Pizza only became popular in the United States after American troops occupying Italy during World War 2 became hooked on it and then popularized it back home.

A baby can cost new parents 750 hours of sleep in their first year.

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...Kentucky Fried Chicken is such a popular Christmas meal in Japan that orders have to be placed months in advance.

...Twinstrangers.com is a website where you can try to find your lookalikes from anywhere in the world by uploading photos of yourself, selecting your facial features, and sorting through matches.

...Thomas Jefferson was afraid of public speaking. He had terrible stage fright, added accent marks to his copy of the Declaration of Independence in case he ever had to read it aloud, and often faked illness to avoid giving speeches.

...Santa Claus has his own personal hotline. Calling 951-262-3062 takes you straight to Santa's voicemail, where he says he's busy building toys, reminds kids that their families love them very much, tells them to be good and listen to their parents, and asks them to leave a message with their Christmas wishes.

...researchers say the 'Elf on the Shelf' sends a negative message to kids, because an elf that's always watching but never interacting with them teaches them to accept a surveillance state. It can also be really confusing because it's the only toy they have that can't be touched or played with.

...the website weirdorconfusing.com consists of nothing but a button that takes you to a random listing for some completely nonsensical product, like canned unicorn meat, a yodeling pickle, or a tiny Madonna costume for your dog.

...scientists used a confocal laser microscope to map the topography of an IHOP flapjack. When they compared the relative change in elevation to the US Geological Survey's data for the state of Kansas, they were able to confirm that Kansas really is "flatter than a pancake."

...right before Thomas Edison died, he came out of a coma, opened his eyes, looked upward, and whispered: "It is very beautiful over there."