The grass roots efforts of a few Clarence moms back in 1971 produced four teams and forty girls. Within the next couple of years the town recognized that girls softball was here to stay. By 1976 the league blossomed into 21 teams and 350 players with more ball diamonds and better equipment available to further develop talent and love for the game. Today, the Clarence Girls' Softball League is thriving with seven divisions made up of 50 teams and over 668 players. From "T-Ball" and "Ponytail" to "Senior" and "Travel" teams, our league has flourished and looks forward to helping Clarence girls develop their softball skills well into the 21st century.