CYA Softball Night at Chantilly High School
What: CYA Night/Senior Night, Chantilly HS softball
When: Friday, May 28 6:00 PM
Where: Chantilly High School Softball field. Enter through the main gate by the tennis courts, walk passed the football/soccer/lacrosse/field hockey turf field and the softball field is in the back of the property.
All CYA Softball players wearing their uniform will get in free for the game (everyone else has to pay the entry fee). They must be accompanied by an adult. Entry fee to the high school game is $5 a person and goes toward funding the sports programs.
Please note that this is Senior night! We will be celebrating our two seniors Emily Osteguin and Elizabeth Clark. Emily has played on the varsity team all 4 years and began her softball career with CYA. Over the years, Emily has given back to our program many times through helping with clinics and sharing her love of the game. Elizabeth is a manager for the team and also played for CYA. She is a late comer to softball, but has proven you are never too old to start playing softball. The ceremony begins at 6PM followed by the game against rival Oakton HS. Come and cheer loudly for the girls and enjoy the game!
Our pitching clinics have concluded for this season. Thanks to all who attended -- we had our best turnout in years. Keep working at it! If anyone is interested in private lessons, send an email to Softball@ChantillyYouth.org to request further information.
A huge thanks to Coach Larry Jeter for running the clinics, and for providing his continuing support to our league. We also thank current CYA player Noel Lackey for assisting.
Finish the season strong!
UPDATE 5/21 - COUNTY HAS NOT CHANGED ITS GUIDANCE YET. THE BELOW IS STILL IN FORCE.
Fairfax County has emailed all its permit holders with updated COVID-19 guidlines. Please read their message below. We have updated our guidlines to be compliant, which can be found on our website.
Please be advised that we are still under the COVID-19 guidelines for outdoor field use. Social distancing is still required for those not from the same household. Masks are not required for active participants but they ARE REQUIRED for:
• Participants on the sideline ( not actively in game)
Thank you for continuing to do your part in stopping the spread while still playing the games!
Please review our softball plans below:
We will bring you a safe and fun program. It is a difficult age to set boundaries, but by reducing the size of the teams we can control the environment and follow the necessary precautions.
Weekly games and practices will be held. Below are the details:
Same as 10U and older, but we will not utilize catchers.
We will form teams and play CYA vs. CYA games.