To link to ESAA's 16U website, Click Here!
ESAA's 7- 8th Grade
FastPitch Softball
This website is primarily dedicated to ESAA 7th - 8th grade girl's fastpitch. However, from time to time there may be something of interest to other ESAA  & High School softball players as well.
Jan 2003 additions & updates to The Dugout:
1. 2003 Summer Camps for ALL ages.
2. Coaches Clinic available in January 2004.
3. Softball scholarship search engine for serious players.
4. Additional options for player training.

Bill Matschke's website
Bill Matschke's website
Recent additions and updates are available through The Dugout or directly through
my personal softball website:

Coach Bill's softball site
Jan 15, 2003
This is my FINAL update. Hopefully the NEXT webmaster will take it over soon. Access my small 16U site through the link above, or The Dugout website on the right. Finally, visit the 2002 Home page (see the aqua blue box a little down and to the right) to relive the memories.
Bill Matschke, Jan 15, 2003.

COMMISSIONER is Tony Raia for all divisions.  NO FIELD, but a Webmaster may have been found! Larry K., ESAA's President, thinks everything will work out.

STATUS OF THE 14U COMMISSIONER
Bob Pistilli resigned as the 2003 Senior Girls Softball Commissioner. His daughter is joining a traveling league. A replacement has yet to be named.


GOOD COUNSEL CONTRACT STATUS
Most enjoyed playing on their new softball field last year. ESAA has no signed contract with Good Counsel for the 2003 softball season.  Good Counsel is
closing
May 31...forever!

ESAA is searching for an alternate field with available times for this Division to play on! Also, we are not giving up hope on the GC field.

STATUS OF THIS WEBSITE
Many compliments were received on this website. Parents and players alike found it an invaluable tool. The President of ESAA says he wants to continue and to possibly expand it to other divisions.

WANT TO BECOME A WEBMASTER?
We may have one webmaster but another (perhaps handling another division or even the boys) could be put to use. We need dedicated parents to step up to the plate to keep the ESAA website running. I will train these individuals (I recommend one person per Division). If interested, contact me immediately. If we wait until tax season I become very busy.

WHAT EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED?
If you have just moderate PC / Windows skills you will find the web-hosting service (Homestead) very easy to work with. No programming or HTML code experience required. The shell has already been created; much of the work is already done.

WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
In return, you will learn how to create websites. You can use that knowledge for a host of things, including creating a family website with photos, for advertising your business, etc.

It was a pleasure serving you last season.
Bill Matschke
2002 Commissioner, 2003 helper (only)!

Thanks for the over 2,500 "hits" this website received in 2002.


To link to ESAA's 16U website, Click Here!