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Softball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of 10 to 14 players. Every team aims in scoring as many runs possible, against the opponents by striking the ball with a specific bat. It is a direct descendant of baseball although there are some key differences: softballs are larger than baseballs, and the pitches are thrown underhand rather than overhand. The game is played on a smaller diamond than in baseball and despite the game's name, the standard softball is not soft; in fact, it is harder than a baseball.



This sport offers traditional and unified events!





Softball begins in June and will practice for 8 weeks leading up to competition and ends in August.


  • Individual Skills Contest

Team Competition

  • Traditional Team
  • Unified Team



Currently, Softball is offered in the following communities:



  • Millard
  • Papillion/LaVista
  • South Sioux City
  • West Point

East Central

  • Columbus
  • Lincoln
  • Seward

West Central

  • Grand Island


Don't see your community listed above? Email us to learn more about how to get Softball started in your area!