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Ottawa Girls Fast Pitch Association

        2022 Registration

******* Registration Dates*******

Saturday, February 12, 2022

               Knights of Columbus     9:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.

Saturday, February 19, 2022

Knights of Columbus      9:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.

 Wednesday, February 23, 2022

 Knights of Columbus       5:00p.m. – 8:00p.m.

Saturday, February 26, 2022  

Knights of Columbus       9:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.


**All registrations due by the final registration date-Feb 26**


* League age is age as of January 1, 2022 *

T-Ball League-Ages 5/6

Instructional League- Ages 7/8

11u League- Ages 9/10/11

15u League – Ages 12/13/14/15


  • All participants are required to sell $50 in raffle tickets. They will be purchased at the time of registration. Winners will be pulled on opening day, May 7

●                All players must register. New players bring a copy of birth certificate.

  • Fees: T-Ball-$45, Instructional $100, 11u-15u $120 ($10 discount for siblings)
  • Registered OGFA Pride Team Travel players fees: $25 plus $50 raffle purchase
  • Season runs early May – Mid July, including Championship Tournament!
  • OPEN to all girls in Ottawa and the surrounding communities.

●                           OGFA Rec league players are allowed to play “travel ball” on any team.

  • Workout Day on March 12, 9a-12p at Marquette High School Gym is for anyone new to OGFA or moving up to a new age group, this does not include Instructional League or TBall.



Coaching Applications and Umpire sign- up sheets will be available during registration and also on OGFA website .

***Get updated OGFA information when it becomes available. Registration reminders, workout days, game cancellations, and special events. Add our “GroupMe” on our FB page

League Age Groups

TBall League-Ages 5/6

Instructional League- Ages 7/8

11u League- Ages 9/10/11

14u League – Ages 12/13/14/15






The Ottawa Girls Fast Pitch Association (OGFA) shall be operated for the betterment of the girls of the Ottawa and surrounding areas in order to learn the fundamentals of softball, learn good character building skills during critical growth years, while being part of a competitive team, encourage acquaintances and friendships among the players, parents, and coaches, and grow socially and mentally as a team player.



OGFA supports good sportsmanship in the interest and welfare of the players, coaches, parents, and fans. Good sportsmanship is the attitude and behavior that exemplifies positive support for the program. All players, coaches, parents, and fans are expected to demonstrate respect for others and display good sportsmanship at all times. OGFA has adopted a "Zero Tolerance Policy" to be enforced during all OGFA sponsored activities and events. Any person(s) demonstrating disrespectful or abusive conduct will be asked to leave OGFA sponsored activities or events. Repeat or flagrant acts could result in the removal of the program. In promoting the goals for establishing a safe, sports related environment, we strictly prohibit bullying or the act of bullying by any person(s) associated or affiliated with the OGFA. All known or suspected incidents will be investigated on a case by case basis. Person(s) engaged in bullying will be subject to one or more of the following disciplinary actions; meeting with parent/guardian(s), suspension, termination or referral to law enforcement agencies.