Miss Shen Apparel Squad Locker

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Miss Shen Softball Appreciation weekend at Dick’s – 3/23-25

Just in time for Spring Rec…
Did you register yet?!?!

If you have any softball shopping needs, our annual League Appreciation Weekend is Friday, March 23 through Sunday, March 25 at the Dick’s Sporting Goods stores in Wilton Mall & Latham Farms. Continue reading

Miss Shen/Hayner’s Academy Softball Youth Catching Clinic

Dates: Thursdays; March 8, 15, 22, 29 and April 12
Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Location: The Hayners Sports Barn Recreation Center in Halfmoon.
Ages: 8-14 years old (must be 8 years old by January 1, 2018)
Cost: $125 for Miss Shen players up until February 15th. Beginning February 16, registration will increase to $150 and opened up to catchers outside of Miss Shen, at which time registration will done through Hayner’s Sports Barn. All inquiries can be directed to norm@haynersportsbarn.com. Continue reading

Spring Rec Sign-up is now Open!

Miss Shen softball season is from April 9 – June 9, 2018. All players registered before March 26th are guaranteed a teamshirt boy the first game and can lock in the $90 price. Late registrants subject to $10 late fee.

Volunteers to coach/assist, please indicate by clicking on specific role of interest. Volunteers are appreciated!! Continue reading

6th Annual Deanna Marie Rivers Softball Clinic

Herkimer County Community College & Hayner’s Sports Barn
“Home of Hayner Brothers Baseball” Proudly Support the 6th Annual Deanna Marie Rivers Softball Clinic!
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16U/18U Open Tournament Announced ** Updated with registration form **

The Capital District Fusion Organization is partnering up with the Miss Shen organization to host a 16U/18U Mid-Summer tournament. Continue reading

Miss Shen Softball 2018 Tournament Dates!

June 15 -17th – 10U Open – ASA/USA
June 22 – 24th – 12U B ASA NY State Tournament
July 13- 15th – 16U Open – ASA
July 20-22nd – 14U Open – ASA

Miss Shen is Looking for Professional Landscaping Help

As a league we a have invested time and resources to improve the overall playability of the fields the last couple of seasons. We look to continue to build on these efforts by extending our scope into the common areas and enhance the Continue reading