CV Synergy was established in 1995 and is the only travel program endorsed and supported by Castro Valley Girls Softball League (CVSGL). CVGSL is a non-profit organization providing girls between the ages of 5-18 the opportunity to participate in recreational softball and competitive travel team program at the ASA Junior Olympic “A” and “B” levels. CV Synergy travel program has produced numerous teams within the ASA Junior Olympic “A” and “B” divisions and has successfully competed at ASA National, and PGF National tournaments. Additionally, we are extremely proud that many former CV Synergy players have received college scholarships to play softball at Divisions I, II, III and NAIA.
Synergy 12B was runner up of the Gold Division in the Keilani Rickets Tournament in San Jose during the weekend of Nov 3-4th.
Synergy is rolling into its 20th year of playing and will be holding its 12U Fall tryouts @ Castro Valley High School Softball Fields.
There will be 2 Synergy 12U teams this fall:
Synergy 12B - coached by Scottie Mendoza
Synergy 12C - coached by Zach Serrao
Synergy 12B - Mendoza
Monday 8/6 and Wednesday 8/8
Synergy 12C - Serrao
Tuesday 7/31 and Thursday 8/2
Please arrive 15 minutes early for check-in & warm-up. Bring water and softball gear. Catchers need to bring their own gear.
Additional Information please contact:
Coach Scott Mendoza - 626.261.3469 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Zach Serrao - email@example.com
Tryouts are at Castro Valley High School Varsity Field
Tryout dates and times are:
Thursday Aug 2nd 5:30-8pm
Thursday Aug 9th 5:30-8pm
Saturday Aug 11th 10:30am-1pm
Sunday Aug 12th 10:30am-1pm
CV Synergy 18G is a highly competitive travel softball team. We strive to give our players the best opportunities in order to achieve their goals and play at the next level, all at an affordable price.
If you would like more information about the team or are in need of a personal workout, please call:
Mike Adami 415-308-4712
CONGRATULATIONS!! Castro Valley Girls 12U Synergy fought hard June 22-24 weekend at the NorCal Championships in Twin Creeks, Sunnyvale. The team qualified for the Cal State Games in San Diego.