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2022 HSL TEAM REGISTRATION IS OPEN!!!

Hotlanta Softball League is happy to announce Team Registration has officially opened for the 2022 Season.  The team registration will run through the month of January and end on the 31st of January.

Clink the link above to register your team for the exciting 2022 Season.

 

2022 REGISTERED TEAMS 

We are a little more than a 1/3  of the way through the month of January and we already have 14 teams registered, YES 14!!!!!   It is easy to see there is already a lot of excitement for the 2022 season.  I want to welcome these teams:  Primetime Elite B, Enuffsaid, Pitch Plzzz, Primetime Elite C, Aces, Head Hunters, Phoenix, Moosettes, Knuckleheads, Dirt Qweens, P-Cocks, Titans, Southern Votex, and Moose Knuckles.

2022 New Player Recruitment

 

Our 2022 Spring season is just around the corner and we are actively recruiting new players to grow our league and form new teams.

To be added to our new player recruitment list and to get more information on our upcoming  Recruitment Events and New Player Clinics, click HERE to complete the new player form.  Someone will be in touch with you shortly!

For more information on our league, click HERE to learn more about HSL!


RECRUITMENT COMMITTEE ALREADY AT WORK!!

Thank you to everyone who came out to help the recruiting event on Saturday, January 8th at Midtown Moon as they helped to spread the word about our GREAT HSL League.





Need someone to talk, LGBTQ Therapist Resource is ready to help

This is a very tough time for many people. We're lucky to have our softball family to lean on for support, whether that be to talk or just to give us a needed laugh. If you find yourself needing other support, please consider looking into HSL's 2021 charity partner. The LGBTQ Therapist Resource is an association of affirming mental health providers that seek to improve access to safe, competent therapists for LGBTQ-identified individuals in Georgia. http://www.lgbtqtherapistresource.com

 

If you are experiencing an overwhelming situation and would like immediate help, there are resources that can help. If you or someone you're with feel an immediate risk to health and life, call 911 or seek out your nearest emergency room. The following resources can connect you to someone to talk with and help address your situation and create a plan to ensure your safety:

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255
  • Trevor Lifeline 866-488-7386
  • Trans Lifeline 877-565-8860