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Looking for Girls Softball?

Our players looking for softball can continue their playing career at Halfmoon Softball!


Fall Tryout Registration

Complete the Fall Tryout Registration form on the left side of this page to register for Fall Travel teams.

Enter your email and select the Age group for your player.

Your child’s age group is based on the players age as of May 1, 2017

For example, If you played in the 8Y division this past spring, you should register for 9Y travel.

New this season – Players should not wear Halfmoon Baseball travel jerseys, travel hats and any clothing with their name on it.  Kids will be asked to change prior to the tryout.  Rec jerseys are permitted. 

**** Please bring a copy of your birth certificate to the tryout ****

Mariners 2016 Summer Results!

- 8y Mariners beat Clifton Park Green 12-8 in the Gold Division Championship game to win the 2016 Queensbury Bantam Blast!

- 7Y Mariners also finished 4th in the Blue division out of 9 teams. 

- 14U Branchburg, NJ Tournament Champs!!!

-12U Mariners win Dan Duquette "Beat the Heat" tournament. 

   Great job Mariners!

12U Playoffs

Semenza Homes and Halfmoon Diner are CO CHAMPIONS after an epic games that ended in a 10-10 ties after 8 innings that was called because of darkness in teh 9th inning. Great Season teams!

Follow the action here! Good luck teams!


Ready for 2016!
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"Baseball, to me, is still the national pastime because it is a summer game. I feel that almost all Americans are summer people, that summer is what they think of when they think of their childhood. I think it stirs up an incredible emotion within people."

                --Steve Busby, in Washington Post, 8 July 1974