South Central Pennsylvania Softball (formally the York County Junior Girls Softball League) has transitioned to a new website, which is found here at www.scpas.org. Please feel free to visit often as we move content into this new site.
In preparation of our 2014 season, the game venue file has been updated. All teams and organization coordinators should check the file for the accuracy of the information contained therein. Changes or comments should be sent to
South Central PA Softball utilizes certified ASA umpires for all of its games. Umpires gain their training and certification from the local ASA umpire organization. Umpiring is a great way to stay involved in the game of fast pitch softball and is done by men and women of all ages. Umpires are paid for the games that they umpire and may umpire games from young girls just starting out, to competitive tournament games. Umpires are always needed and training classes start in early February and end in March of each year. Once certified you can umpire both the summer and fall leagues.
If you are interested and need additional information, please contact the following people:
Olympic Gold Medalist Jennie Finch at Softball Night at the Rev's
Jennie Finch, who helped lead Team USA to the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics and a silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics will appear at Softball Night at the York Revolution on August 6. Softball Night at the York Revolution has become an annual event where our teams and players gather right after our league playoffs for an evening of fun with the York Revolution. "We are very proud of our relationship with the York Revolution and we can't thank them enough for making this happen" said David Eckman, President of South Central Pennsylvania Softball. "I am sure that our players will all be excited to see Jennie Finch at that event".
The rules for the 2014 playing season of South Central Pennsylvania Softball are now finalized and can located by using this link. Rule changes are solicited from all interested parties and go through a thorough review process before being voted on by the Executive Board in November. The rules are then rewritten and edited for clarity.
As organizations build their teams for the 2014 playing season, please take into consideration that there is not a major and minor division in 14U and 18U. In order to achieve our goal of limiting the necessary travel for our teams, the combining of these divisions becomes necessary.
Finally, we will be following the same format as we did last year, where all teams in the 14U amd 18U age groups, and the major division teams in the 10U and 12U age groups will play in the post season. Teams will be grouped in their respective playoff bracket based on their accumulated points during the regular season.