Girls 8-18 Years-Old Fastpitch Softball Tryouts

Aug. 13, 2010

Girls, get your game on! Brookfield-based Pride of the Midwest Girls Fastpitch Softball Club will be holding tryouts for their 2011 season teams on Saturday, August 21st and Saturday, August 28th. The tryouts are being held at the softball field at Brookfield Christian School, which is located off Lily Road just south of Burleigh Street.

 

While participating in various drills, the girls will have the opportunity to showcase their bunting, hitting, fielding, catching, throwing and running skills. Tryouts for girls 8 to 10 years of age will be from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.; 11 to 12 years old, 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.; 13 to 14 years old, 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.; and 15 to 18 years old, 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The rainout dates are Sunday, August 22nd and Sunday, August 29th, with the venue switching to the softball fields at Brookfield East High School.

 

The Pride draws girls from throughout the Greater Milwaukee and beyond for its U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18 teams. Most squads practice indoors at lease once per week throughout the Fall-Winter-Spring off-season, with tournaments and league games starting in late-May to early-June and running through early August.

 

Many of the Greater Milwaukee area's top high school softball players are past or current members of the Pride.

 

For more information, call Paul Bertling at 262-783-5651 or Ashley Webber at 262-510-8631. On the Internet, visit www.midwestpride.org or www.mmfl.org.

Community Watch

» 2016 Fourth of July events in the Milwaukee suburbs Updated:  01:20 PM

» Humane societies waiving cat adoption fees in July 10:26 AM

» Residents, officials pleased with improvements at Calhoun Road railroad crossing in Brookfield Updated:  6/30

» Initial Reaction Podcast: A look ahead to US Open 2017, look back at Champions Tour event in Madison Updated:  6/29

» Brookfield committee to study beekeeping 6/28

» Brookfield East track and field synonymous with success 6/28

» Brookfield East baseball team drops four of five 6/28

» Brookfield Bulldogs rally for win, stay in first place 6/28

» Brookfield's Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts names Lynn Sprangers new president and CEO 6/27

» Long-tenured sports writer Sky Skibosh heads into retirement, sort of 6/26

» Brookfield Central student charged in bomb scare at school Updated:  6/24

» Elmbrook names Sobocinski as new assistant superintendent for business services 6/24

» New Starbucks to anchor retail building at Sendik's Towne Centre in Brookfield Updated:  6/23

» OwnersEdge gives Green Bay business owner an alternative to selling 6/22

» Trainer allegedly sexually assaulted client at town of Brookfield fitness center Updated:  6/22

» Brookfield aldermen OK Artisan apartments, public funding Updated:  6/22

» Brookfield council reaffirms committee's denial of TIF referendum referral 6/22

» Judge orders mental evaluation of Brookfield man charged with shooting neighbors Updated:  6/21

» Brookfield East baseball has 6-0 week 6/21

» Brookfield Fire Department plans $1 million in renovations to one of its stations 6/21

» Improvements delayed at Pilgrim-Burleigh in Brookfield Updated:  6/21

» Brookfield East girls have another successful track and field season 6/20

» Brookfield East uses five-run first inning to beat Lancers 6/20

» Brookfield Central had solid season under new coaching staff 6/20

» Two pedestrians involved in Brookfield car crash Sunday night 6/20

View All Posts Got a tip? Welcome rss

Best Summer Ever

 

We've made it easy for you to get out and go this summer. From hitting the trails for a bike ride or walk, to where to find beer gardens in the area, to the best places to swim in Waukesha County to the best summer drinks and summer reads, check out our 2016 summer guide.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement