Yankton Girls Softball Association

Softball Registration Form Click HERE


ESD League Weekend Games - April 28-29

Registration Form Click HERE


2018 YGSA Tournament - June 16-17, 2018 (June 15 if needed)

Registration Form Click HERE


2018 Northern National Tournament - 10A and 12B - July 23-29
(more information coming soon).




Open Softball Clinics


(led by Yankton Fury Coaches)


Sundays – 6-8pm – City Hall Gym


These clinics are open to everyone, travel or rec or girls from the surrounding areas.

A PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE WILL BE REQUIRED FOR GIRLS TO ATTEND THE CLINIC. THIS CAN BE EITHER ON THE REGISTRATION FORM (click HERE for a 2018 summer registration form) or a waiver of liability must be signed.



Coaches - If any coach wants to go to a softball coaching clinic/camp, we (YGSA) would reimburse you $50.00 towards your choice of one clinic a year. You need to sign yourself up and attend the clinic and then get us your paid receipt and we will write you a check for $50.00.


Please forward to any other YGSA coaching staff.



Yankton Fury:

By signing up for a Fury Competitive travel team: You are agreeing to be available for weekend tournaments and out of town games. There may be additional expenses for the team you participate. If you participated on a Fury Team in 2016, you will be placed on that same team. If you want to switch teams, you need to contact the YGSA board. If you are new to the Fury Travel Teams, you will be selected to a travel team if space is available subject to YGSA approval. Players/Parents do not automatically get to choose which team you participate. If you are not selected to a Fury Travel team, you will be put in the city rec league. You may then be picked up by a travel team (up to 3 times by one team).


Click HERE for the registration form.



For questions please send an e-mail to ygsa@ymail.com



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Yankton Girls Softball Mission Statement

Yankton Girl's Softball mission is to provide a safe, healthy environment that promotes physical exercise, teamwork, sportsmanship,

honesty, respect for coaches and players, sound softball fundamentals, self-esteem and fair play.