Sports

 

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Dearborn County Girls Softball League Company is an organization benefiting girls ages 6- 15 in the sport of softball in Dearborn County.  The purpose of the organization is educational in nature as the youth through proper guidance, leadership, and excellent training from the Girls Softball League Company, develop the characteristics of responsibility, discipline, leadership, citizenship, good sportsman conduct, teamwork, and independence with the purpose of becoming good citizens that will carry on into their adult years and will benefit the community now and in the future. These qualities are especially important to develop in young and teenage girls. The organization is run by volunteer adults of the community. The season typically runs from  April to August each year. 100% of the time spent involved is for program activity including the organizing, funding and running of the program. The program is funded by grants and a minimal fee charged to  participants.  For interest in the program, contact Lance Hensley(President) at dcgirlssoftball@gmail.com if interest in the program.

 

Also here is the link to the website:  http://dcgs.teampages.com/

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Lawrenceburg Pee Wee Football - The not-for-profit organization's purpose is to provide a positive, team atmosphere experience for youth in our community to learn the game of tackle football. The age range for our organization is 1st Grade through 6th Grade (Approximately 6 - 12 years old) and teams are organized by school grade level. Lawrenceburg's PW football program participates in the Southeastern Indiana Youth Football Association league (SIYFA). Games for regular season begin at the end of August and go through the end of October. This does require travel to Franklin County, Batesville, South Dearborn and Sunman Dearborn School districts. Children are welcome to join Lawrenceburg Pee Wee Football, but must attend one of the Lawrenceburg community schools, however there are some exceptions. The organization is ran by a volunteer Board of Officers and the children are coached by volunteers as well. The organization also boasts a Pee Wee Cheerleaders Program, same age range. The league requires all coaches to successfully pass a background check and Head Coaches are also mandated to successfully complete a Coaching Certification Class. The program uses the CAP Fields for practices and also plans to have larger events such as Football & Cheerleading Camps as well as scrimmage tournaments. For interest in the program, contact Deron Denton (President) at dent7637@yahoo.com or call 812-537-4755.