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Please see information about AGSA's competitive league plans for 2022 here --> BLAZE 2023 UPDATE



All eligible 2010s and strong 2011s are welcome to tryout for Coach Hirsch's 12U Red team on December 3rd. 9:30am - 11:30am, on field #1.

All eligible 2012s and strong 2013s are welcome to tryout for Coach Goldin's 10U Red team on December 3rd.  11:30am - 1:30pm, on field #1. 

∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙2022 Blaze Program∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙

Stay up to date with all things Blaze, and come watch a game! 

Congrats to the 2022 Blaze girls! Let's go!

12U Red - Meida Tautalatasi

Alana Sadie
Elliot Mason
Isabella Hernandez
Jaydah Tautalatasi
Jossi Jones
Laniya Robinson
Malika McKinney
Megan Leung
Reyn Llewlyn-McKay
Sadie Ramirez

10U Red - Mike Brune

Anna Smith
Ellie Choi
Chloe Vital
Eila Bloch
Genevieve Brune
Grace Gille
Jahzara Chappill
Juliette Sanchez
Kate Stone
Kennedy Fong
Leilani Robinson
Maya Belitchenov
Nola Grisham

8U Black - Scott Brady

Chista Baker
Vivian Brady
Clara Busch
Maria Camilla
Hailey Doidge
Nora Fedewa
Natalie Gordon
Faye Lerner
Kendall McBride
Kamryn Rorvik
Misheel Sukhbaatar
Leilani Wright
Amanda Ye

10U Black - Joy Goldin

Brooklyn Lopez
Wren Howell
Sarah Gallagher
Sybil Goldin
Izzy Costabile
Aila Green
Lyla Lee
Ellie Choi
Layla Evans
Stella Wong
Elvia Valdez
Azariah Smith
Lyla Valdez
Emma Lui

12U Black - Gabi Hirsch

Rory Brunetti
Lizeth Juarez
Isabella Martinez
Lily McGowan
Brooke Miles
Camellia Milo
Miranda Morataya
Natalia Olveira
Arianna Romero
Camryn Smart
Lucy Stone
Lilly Vital
Sonia Walker

About Blaze

Blaze is the AGSA competitive tournament softball program.  Teams are selected through tryouts by the managers for the 8U, 10U and 12U age divisions.  The Alameda Blaze tournament teams provide opportunities for more competitive play for girls in these divisions during the spring, summer and fall seasons.  Girls must tryout and be selected by the coaches.  Rules, such as minimum playing time, free substitution and continuous batting, are not used.  Fees for the program can range from $500-$800 per season depending on the number of players, tournament schedule and uniforms.

Interested girls should look for information about team tryouts -- watch for announcements on the AGSA home page and Facebook for tryout dates. 

Questions on the Blaze program?  Contact Sharon Perkins, Blaze Director at

AGSA would like to thank our AMAZING BLAZE sponsors! Click here to see all the great businesses and individual supporting Alameda girls softball!

More About Travel Softball

Traveling softball is known to have a higher level of competitiveness than recreational softball. A lot of players considering to make the jump to traveling ball should be made aware of the following:

  • Traveling ball is significantly more expensive than recreational. It can incur costs from higher level coaching, more practice time, and travel expenses.
  • There is no guarantee of playing time. The best players play.
  • There is an increased chance for high-level development. 
  • You will be required to try out and will be placed on a team according to ability.
  • Rules are generally more closely related to high school or college softball.