• End of Fall Recreational Season Tournament

    Double-elimination End of Season Recreational League Tournament
  • AYSA at Alpharetta Scarecrow Harvest

    Meet ScareThrow, AYSA's entry to the City of Alpharetta's annual Scarecrow Harvest event! ScareThrow can be seen on eastbound Milton Avenue, just past The Corner Deli.
  • Team Parent Information

    AYSA families, please join us in expressing a big THANK YOU to all of our team parent volunteers! Attached is the Team Parent Handout updated for the Fall Season,
  • Line Up Board Template

    Team Parents: Attached is a Line-Up board template you can download and have printed at your favorite photo processing center (like Costco or Kinkos.) Back with poster board for durability & add your own Ve... More
  • Scorekeeping Basics

    Brush-up on score-keeping basics. There are two ways to keep track of the action on the field - Old school - pencil and paper score sheets - New School - an App! We recommend the iScore or GameCh... More
  • What Makes a Great Sports Parent

    What makes a nightmare sports parent and what makes a great one? As it turns out.... 6 simple words. "I love to watch you play." Check out the link to an article published on The Post Game, that shows t... More
  • Softball 101: Fielding Back Hand Side

    Players and Parents: Join us weekly in viewing various skill development tips from the nation’s leading softball professionals. Then go play! Give these tips a try at home or the park. In this week’s sp... More
  • Softball 101: Fielding Bunts and Slow Rollers

    This week's skill spotlight focuses on fielding bunts and slow rollers. Read more to access the link to Mike Candrea's youtube video.
  • Concussion Awareness Policy

    Beginning last Spring, AYSA joined forces with other Alpharetta Youth Sport programs in implementing a new Concussion Awareness initiative. As part of this program, every parent must sign a concussion ack... More
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    How do the age cut-offs work? How do I make a Play-Up request? How does the 6u Program work? What Equipment do I need? All great questions, please click through to learn more.
  • Field Locations

    Welcome New and Visiting Families: Need Directions? Click through for a link to google maps. For GPS: Our address is: Alpharetta North Park's address is: 13450 Cogburn Road Alpharetta, Georgia 30004... More
  • Lost and Found

    What do a glove, a camp chair, a cooler, a camera, a banner, and a right shoe have in common? All have been turned into Lost and Found! Lost and Found items can be claimed at the 6/7 concession stand dur... More
  • Like Us On Facebook

    Get all the Latest AYSA News and Alerts: Like us on Facebook! Click the small round facebook icon on the left side of the AYSA homepage.
  • Crime Stopper Alert - Help Prevent Car Break Ins

    The Alpharetta Police Department as identified an increase in reported motor vehicle break-ins at area parks. Thieves generally work in groups of 2 or more. They frequently back their cars in parking-lo... More
  • Softball 101: Catching Fly Balls

    Players and Parents: Join us weekly in viewing skill development tips from the nation’s leading softball professionals. Then go play! Give these tips a try at home or the park. In this week’s spotligh... More
  • Creating a Positive Youth Sports Culture

    This Spring, each of us has the opportunity to elevate the youth sports experience for our children and players. We encourage you to take a couple of minutes to view the attached video clip from Jim Thompson... More
  • AYSA Help Wanted: Volunteer Board Members

    AYSA is looking for volunteers to serve on various committees and on our AYSA volunteer Board of Directors. If interested, email any member on our roster, or look for any the volunteers in red AYSA Voluntee... More
  • 2014 Recreational Rules

    Rules run the world.
  • Volunteer Board Information

    Welcome to AYSA Softball! The Volunteer Board wants to ensure that every girl has a positive experience each season playing at North Park! If you have any questions/comment/suggestions, please do not hesitate... More
  • Weather Policy (Are We Still On?)

    When is it too cold, too hot, or too wet to play?