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Eagles Softball 2020 Season Information:


Eagles Youth Sports is the premier youth sports club in the Denver area.  We offer girls fastpitch softball for all levels of talent and experience from ages 6 though 14.  Eagles plays in the Arapahoe Youth League and competes against other AYL Clubs from the Denver Metro area, Castle Rock and Parker.  Eagles' Territory includes Denver, Centennial, Englewood, Aurora, Cherry Hills Village areas that attend the following High Schools.

  • Cherry Creek
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Denver South
  • Overland 
  • George Washington
  • East
  • DSST Stapleton

Eagles plans to have girls youth softball teams in the 8U (coach pitch), 10U, 12U and 14U divisions.  Age determinations for 2020 are based on the player's age as of December 31, 2019.  It is possible for younger girls to play up one age group.


2020 Fall Season Dates

Games will begin in early August (likely August 1, 2020). Each team plays 10 regular season games (typically on Saturdays), and the season ends with a double elimination tournament which will be played in late September/early October.  All teams play in the tournament, and are positioned according to their regular season record.  There are no games on Labor Day weekend.
  Games are played throughout the south Denver metro area. 


Practice begins in the latter part of July, exact date TBD.  Teams generally practice two days per week for approximately  1.5 - 2 hours (depending on the age group).  Days and times each week are TBD.


Registration fees are $225 for all ages through June 30.  On and after July 1, late registration fees will be $250 and placement on a team will be subject to space availablity.  New players will need to purchase an Eagles jersey ($30 cost) (ordering details will be provided following registration/placement on a team), and there will be an additional cost for that.  Individual registrations are welcome as well as coaches who have a partial or full team assembled.

What about COVID?  Colorado Department of Health has approved recreational sports leagues to return to play, and has recommended baseball/softball as a "low or no contact" sport.  Eagles has consulted with USA Softball of Colorado and also considered the policies of a number of other softball organizations to develop guidelines for conducting softball events in as safe a manner as reasonably possible.  Please refer to the "Documents" tab to review our guidelines.  In addition, Eagles and all other clubs in the AYL will require parents to sign COVID waivers prior to their child's participation in our programs.

Questions/More Information
If you have questions or want more information about Eagles softball, please contact David Swank 303-910-1120 or


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