News and Announcements

The Halton Hawks will be accepting coaching applications for the 2018/2019 season between Aug.16-24.

Application form will be available soon.

Divisions:

Mite
Squirt
Novice
Bantam

Potential candidates must be available for an interview between Aug. 27-31 and available for tryouts Sept. 3.

image

Dates have been set for House League, end of season Gala Days:

Learn to Play: Thursday August 2. Event starts at 6:30 pm . (Awards, pizza and treats 7 pm) Senior Citizen Diamond and Dump Diamond

Minor Mite: Tuesday August 21. Event starts at 6:30 pm . (Awards, pizza and treats 7:15 pm) Senior Citizen Diamond and Dump Diamond

Mite: Saturday August 25. Event starts at 8:30 am. Pizza and treats mid day. Awards are at the completion of the teams second game. Senior Citizen Diamond.

Squirt: Thursday August 9 and Saturday August 11. Games in Oakville.

Novice: Friday August 10 and Sunday August 12. Games in Burlington.

Bantam: Thursday August 9 and Saturday August 11. Halton Hawks Hosting. Games at Hornby.

Squirt, Novice and Bantam schedules http://www.hgsl.ca/schedule--standings.html

image

The Trillium Fund Application that was submitted in October for this year’s funding…and Halton Hills has been granted $150,000 towards the TSP Fields of Dreams project! https://otf.ca/latest-grants-awarded-filter/157/351

ABOUT HOUSE LEAGUE !

Posted by Halton Hawks Girls Fastpitch at Dec 12, 2017 1:10PM PST
image

HOUSE LEAGUE REGISTRATION IS NOW LIVE!

Halton Hawks House League is a recreational program designed to allow girls of any skill level to learn, develop, and enjoy playing the game of softball. Prior experience is not required at any level in our house league programs. Our House League program includes divisions for girls from age four through sixteen years of age. Registration opens in mid-January with play beginning in May.

What equipment is included?
Uniform shirt and pants are included in registration fee. Each team is provided the following equipment that is shared between players catching equipment (shin pads, chest protector and face mask) and pitching masks.

What equipment will I need to purchase?
Players are required to supply their own baseball glove and helmet with a face cage. Cleats are not required but recommended.

What happens on holidays in the summer?
No fastpitch practice or games on statutory holidays.

When and where might my daughter’s team play and practice?
All games and practices start at 6:30pm, with the exception of the Bantam division which plays at 8:30pm at the lighted diamonds. Our U8 and U10 divisions will interlock with Milton Girls Softball, meaning that some games will be scheduled in Milton as well as Georgetown. Our U12, U14 and U16 teams will be involved in the Halton Girls Softball League and there will be travel between Oakville and Burlington.

Tentative game schedules for the 2018 season are:
◾U6 Learn To Play for girls born in 2012-2015: Thursday evenings from May to July.
◾U8 Minor Mite for girls born in 2010-2011: Monday and Tuesday evenings from May to July
◾U10 Mite for girls born in 2008-2009: Monday and Wednesday evenings from May to September
◾U12 Squirt for girls born in 2006-2007: Tuesday evenings from May to August
◾U14 Novice for girls born in 2004-2005: Thursday evenings from May to August
◾U16 Bantam for girls born in 2002-2003: Thursday evenings from May to August
For more information, please contact Dee Dee at deedeeridley@gmail.com.

image

For a team that lost just two out of 58 games this season, the Halton squirt Hawks fittingly sewed up the Provincial Women’s Softball Association’s under-12 championship by going undefeated at the tournament held in Brantford earlier this month.

The Hawks, who finished up the year with a 53-2-3 record, went 3-0 in pool play before downing Waterloo Gold 11-1 in the quarter-final behind stellar pitching by Sarah Lamers, Taryn Gaudry and Emma Glagau.

Halton Hills beat Guelph 14-2 in the semis powered by a three-run homer by Danika Millen, followed by a matchup in the final against the Vaughan Vikings, the only team to defeat the squirt Hawks this season.

The Halton squad won 6-2 over Vaughan to capture the Ontario Grand Championship for their seventh unbeaten tournament gold medal performance of the year and placed second behind the Vikings in the season-opening tourney in Brampton.