U11 Teams


U11 CROSSFIRE RED (Advanced):

Audrey Basque
Sloan Beddoes
Zoe Blake 
Kaylee Herder
Peyton Kolins
Lexi Lindberg
Brenna Masse
Bryn Mayer
Teckla Nanias
Clara Schafer
Holly Schafer
Katie Steil
Naomi Varty
Reata Walter

Head Coach: Ken Schafer

Assistant Coach: Matt Mayer
Assistant Coach: Devan Herder

Manager: Ken Schafer

Phone: 780.608.4288

Email: ken.j.schafer@gmail.com


U11 CROSSFIRE BLACK (Developing):

Avah Baker
Sadie Bienert 
Anya Campbell 
Lennox Delowsky 
Maddison Drisdelle 
Andi Gaasbeek 
Breanna Gillespie 
Shae-Lynn Liebl 
Sydni Liebl 
Payton Miller 
Brynn Petiot 
Adelyn Sereda 
Huxley Seutter 
Quinn Stasko 
Olivia Zetsen

Head Coach: Dan Gillespie

Assistant Coach: 
Assistant Coach:

Manager: Emily Gillespie

Phone: 780.608.9423

Email: gillespies17@gmail.com



U11 General Info:

  • Registration opens January 1 for the current season.
  • Registration fees for U11 are $200 per player for the year.
  • Evaluations will be held for U11 to help in the creation of teams or player movement.
  • Season typically starts indoors in April and outdoors towards the end of April or the beginning of May depending on weather. Provincials are typically July 1 weekend.
  • Teams will practice on their own and have designated field and batting cage days and times.
  • The number of registrants will determine the number of teams.
  • Teams are typically all female but lower division teams may include male players.
  • Practice/Game Days: Mondays and Wednesdays at St. Pat’s in Camrose, between 5-9PM (subject to change and typically two separate team slots) and Thursdays or Sundays at the Batting Cages at Kin Park. Tournaments and league games are a possibility depending on coaches preference. 
  • Equipment Required:
    • Ball glove
    • Ball cleats (no metal spikes except for U15A and above)
    • CSA or NOCSAE approved batting helmet with dual ear flaps, face mask, and chin strap
    • Personal fielding mask (required for pitching and infield)
    • Approved softball bat
    • Athletic protector (required for catcher position)
    • Water bottle
    • Ball bag, batting gloves, ball jacket for rain (recommended but these are optional)
  • At this level the focus is on developing individual skills as well as gameplay as a team. Small area games and drill stations based on Softball Canada’s Athlete Development Matrix will be used to engage each athlete and to develop the movements and techniques required to progress in softball and learn about the game. This program is progressive and challenging as the plans are based on developmental stage and skill level. This program is aligned with Softball Canada’s Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) model, promoting life-long participation in recreational, competitive or high-performance softball.  This age group includes players born in 2013-2014 (9-10 years old) and is all female. 

  • Parents and guardians are not permitted on the field of play or in dugouts during games or practices but may watch from the bleachers or sidelines.


Equipment Sizing Guide


 For any questions or concerns please reach out to our U11 Coordinator (u11coordinator@camrosesoftball.ca)

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