The Hooksett Girls Softball League offers a dedicated atmosphere for young female athletes ages 4-16 to play and compete in the game of fast pitch softball in Hooksett, NH. Our league provides a community based youth sports organization that is committed

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Fall Ball Sign Ups

Sign up NOW to play fall ball!!!     Capital Area to include Hooksett Girls Softball  is hosting fall ball for the 2018 fall season.  Fall ball is designed to be a relaxed program, 1 day per week.  We find Sundays to be the most attractive days to squeeze in some ball.

We are planning for 5 Sundays starting September 9th and completing October 14th (weather permitting).  We will take the Columbus Day week off. 

*Cost is $45.00

*Time slots cannot be determined until we have an actual number of registered players/teams. 

*Fall Ball is being offered to AAA, Majors and Seniors level this fall and the idea is to have your kids play where they will be playing in 2019.  

*2008-2009 Birth Years =  AAA

*2006-2007 Birth Years = Majors

*2002-2005 Birth Years =  Seniors

*To sign up you must email .    The fee will be collected at a later date.  What we want right now is to know who is interested in playing.

Last date for signups is August 23rd.  Don’t miss out!!!

Also, anyone interested in assisting or coaching that has not already reached out to us, please email us.




by posted 08/15/2018
July 2018 Newsletter

by posted 08/01/2018
Cap Area 8U All Stars win Babe Ruth Softball Regional Tournament

The Cap Area All Stars were the first Concord-area team to qualify for the Babe Ruth Softball Regional Tournament. Now they’re the first ones to win it.

The All Stars claimed the title with Sunday’s 11-6 win in New Milford, Conn., against the Barrington Blaze, the same team they beat in the New Hampshire 8U championship game. Cap Area pushed its undefeated record to 21-0-1 after four days at the Regional Tournament.

The All Stars overcame a late three-run deficit to eventually pull out a 17-16 extra-winning win against Barrington in the state final, and then Cap Area rolled that momentum down to Connecticut.

The All Stars won both of their pool games on Thursday, beating the Danbury (Conn.) Heat, 11-7, and earning a walkoff win against another New Hampshire entry, the Rochester Slammers, 8-7. Cap Area beat the Slammers again in the first round of the double-elimination tournament, this time in a 13-3 game that was shortened by the 10-run rule.

The All Stars then came back from one-run deficit in the last inning to pull out a 9-7 win against Barrington. The Blazes battled back through the loser’s bracket of the double elimination tournament to get another crack at Cap Area, but the All Stars were jus too much.

 The 7- and 8-year-old players are Farley Amrol, Taylor Arvanitis, Bailey Cassin, Camryn Collins, Emerson Frazier, Lily Gagnon, Mia Marshall, Brooke Miller, Brooke Nailor, Madison Oppold, Kiley Taylor, Abigail Vlacich, Madelyn Wright and Raegan Wyman and their coaches are Ryan Taylor, JB Frazier, Brad Collins and Jay Cassin.

by posted 07/16/2018
Summer/Fall Hitting/Pitching/Catching Lessons

Hello Hooksett Girls Softball Players!!!


We will be starting hitting/pitching/catching lessons in the summer/fall. Please check for details once they are finalized.




Hooksett Girls Softball League

by posted 03/05/2018
Congratulations Capital Area Cyclones!!!

The New Hampshire and New England Regional Babe Ruth 10-U champions, the Capital Area Cyclones proudly represented New Hampshire at the Babe Ruth Softball World Series in Jensen Beach Florida.  During the week long tournament, the Cyclones went 3-4 against the best Babe Ruth 10U teams from around the country.

The Cyclones got off to a slow start in pool play, losing  their first game  to the ultimate World Series runner-up, East Side Indiana. The tenacious team from New Hampshire bounced back strong in their second game against the Ridley All Stars from Pennsylvania behind a complete game pitching performance by Hooksett Softball's own Madi "Ice" Cunha.  The Cyclones posted a 9-1 win against Ridley with Madi "Ice" Cunha taking  home  player of the game honors.  In their third game, the Cyclones lost a close 4-3 game to the Pierre Port All Stars from Louisiana.  In the first round of bracket play, the Cyclones fell 10-4 versus the Sparta New Jersey Blue Diamonds who would finish the tournament in 4th place overall.  The Cyclones then posted back to back wins 13-3 against the Tri-County All Stars from Iowa and 8-2 against the St. Charles Parish Louisiana All Stars.  These important wins earned the Cyclones a spot in the Diamond Bracket championship.  The Cyclones lost a hard fought championship game in extra innings 5-4 versus the West Volusia Florida All Stars.  As the runner-ups in the Diamond Championship game, the Cyclones finished 10th overall out of 17 championship teams from around the USA.

The Cyclones clearly turned some heads at the Softball World Series and took home the 10U Sportsmanship Award to close out a very special season for the New Hampshire/New England champs.  There are 9 New Hampshire softball programs, including Hooksett, that make up the Capital Area.   The Cyclones are Katie Blinn, Madi Cunha, Delaney Duford,  Steph Elrick, Maddie Kelley, Lily Hackett, Avery MacDonald, Finley Pratt, Sarah Taylor, Sophia Vargas, Maddy Wachter  and Mia Wagner.  Each of these programs can be proud of these exceptional young ladies, these Cyclones.

by posted 08/01/2017
2016 District Champions

by posted 07/03/2016
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