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Pajaro Valley Girls Softball

Happy New Year from PVGS

I hope everyone is healthy and safe. This last year 2020 was a very unusual year. I hope all your families have made it thru this pandemic. I send my condolences for any PVGS family that has lost any loved ones, or has been sick with COVID-19.

With the upcoming year 2021 there still is no word of when softball will come back. I have been in contact with USA Softball and the PVUSD (school district) on when they think we could be back on the fields.

Right now we could have mini camps following the CDC rules the same as last year – PVGS did have two age groups with which we did run a small camp. I believe the players that entered had a great time. PVGS would like to start off in 2021 with the same format.

I do not think this will happen until late March or April. We still need to protect our players and their families. I hope by then we will have coaches that are willing to come forward to coach the players. Without coaches we can not have a league.

If you are interested in joining PVGS in the league later this year, please contact me thru email pvsftbl@pacbell.net so I can start a coaches list to contact.

I will start sending out registration forms later in year when we are cleared. My feeling is we may not be able to play against each other at first but we can run camps for technique at first,

For the players that held your fees for this year from last year, I do still have them on file. Just remind us at registration that we held your fee.

Again, if you have any questions please send me an email. Until then wear your masks and social distance as long as we need to get past this, and we can get back on the field for the kids.

Thank you
Leila Salas


August 8 Message From the Watsonville City Manager

Youth Sports Update:

This Monday, the California Department of Public Health released limited interim guidance on the restart of youth sports.
This guidance allows for the following:

“Youth sports and physical education are permitted only when the following can be maintained:
(1) physical distancing of at least six feet; and (2) a stable cohort, such as a class, that limits the risks of transmission
(see CDC Guidance on Schools and Cohorting). Activities should take place outside to the maximum extent practicable.

“For sports that cannot be conducted with sufficient distancing or cohorting, only physical conditioning and training is permitted and ONLY where physical distancing can be maintained. Conditioning and training should focus on individual skill-building (e.g., running drills and body weight resistance training) and should take place outside, where practicable.”

Accordingly, we are working with our volunteer competitive soccer coaches to develop protocols and schedules to run
conditioning and training practices.

We anticipate starting in the next couple of weeks at Ramsay Park.

Full Document (pdf)


PVGS Softball Camp Rules And Recommendations (pdf)

PVGS COVID-19 Updates – Letter to Parents (pdf)


You can subscribe to the City of Watsonville PCS Virtual Recreation Calendar here:
Watsonville PAL Facebook Page


Strawberry Jam 2020 Registration Form (pdf)

Welcome Letter 2020 (pdf)
(Updated 1/1/2020)

Changes for 2020 season (pdf)

Age Chart and Fee Information for 2020 (pdf)
(Updated 12/16/2019)


Note To Coaches/Team/League Admins:
Concussion Training Certification is Mandatory

More information here:

Free online course available here:


Registration Form (pdf)


League Donation Letter (pdf)
(updated 1-2016)


New Rules – Updated January 2018


By-Laws 10 & Under

By-Laws 8 & Under


Any questions please contact:
Leila Salas


Playing Fields:
Rolling Hills Middle School, Pajaro Valley High School, Lakeview Middle School and St. Francis High School.
For maps and locations, see our Maps Page.

2019 Parade



Mission Statement

This organization shall be known as the Pajaro Valley Girls Softball League, hereinafter referred  to as “P.V.G.S.L.” We are a Non profit organization, Fed ID# 20-0699787….501(C).

Objective: To teach the girls in our community the ideals of good sportsmanship,  honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority through their participation in a team sport.  Because of the skill level at different ages we have set the following goals and competition levels  as follows:

(a)Tee Ball: Tee Ball is considered an introduction to softball for girls ages 5-7 and as  such our main concern is sportsmanship and learning the basics. Score is not kept, all  players play the whole game, and all players bat in each inning regardless of number of  outs.

(b) 10 and Under Division: Since this is still an instructional level we do not want to  encourage excessive competition so there are no “standings” in this division. Score is  kept to teach the girls that aspect of the game but win/loss record is not recorded.

(c) 12 and Under Division: At this level we stress more competition for the girls as they  improve their softball skills. Score is kept as well as divisional standings for 1st, 2nd, 3rd  place etc. We do however also stress that everyone be given the opportunity to play as  much as possible to develop the potential of each and every girl in our program. 1st & 2nd  place trophies are awarded.

(d) 14 and Under Division: This is considered a competitive level of softball. Many of the  girls at this age are competing on their Junior High teams and we want their league play  to coincide with that. These girls are strongly encouraged to perform at their best to reach  their highest potential. We do however still want to stress that we encourage all girls to participate and maintain our league standard of minimum playing time per game for each
child. (See addendum) At the end of the season trophies are given for 1st and 2nd place.

(e) 15 through 18 Division: This is our oldest division of girls and therefore the most  competitive. Many of these girls play softball at our local high schools and we want our league to strengthen their skills so that they may better represent our local school teams.  We still maintain our basic league objective that any girl who wishes to participate is entitled to the minimum playing standards. Trophies are awarded to the 1st & 2nd place teams.

Responsibilities: To achieve this objective the P.V.G.S.L. will provide a supervised program under the Rules and Regulations of the A.S.A. (Amateur Softball Assoc.). All Directors, Officers and members shall bear in mind that the attainment of exceptional athletic skill or the winning of games is secondary, and the molding of future citizens is of prime importance. The P.V.G.S.L. shall operate exclusively as a non-profit educational organization providing a supervised program of softball games for girls ages 5-18.