Coed Slow Pitch Softball League
The Coed Slow Pitch Softball league is open to male and female players ages 16 years and older. The league consists of 10 regular season games and is a great way to meet new people, get some exercise, and have some fun playing a game you love. The league is sanctioned through USSSA and consists of two different divisions to accommodate the recreational to competitive team. Division 1 is for more seasoned softball players while Division 2 is a great option for business teams or groups of friends that want to play together. A third division will be created (intermediate division) if more than 18 teams sign up for the league. Divisions range from 6-9 teams. Games are played on Sunday afternoon/evenings or Friday nights during the season and most games are played at the Henry S. Parker Athletic Complex on Naylor Mill Rd, though alternate fields are also used based on weekend availability at the Complex. The coed spring league takes place from May-July and the fall league takes place from August-October.
Spring League 2015
The Governor's Challenge High School Basketball Tournament will return to the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center on December 26 & 27, 29 & 30. This year's event will feature a new DMVelite Showcase and an Inaugural Girl's Division. Tickets are on sale now! Read More
Clean out your house and fill up your wallet! Wicomico Recreation will hold its annual Indoor Community Yard Sale at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center on Saturday, January 3. Table and booth rentals are available now. Read More
Castling! Crowning! Registration is now open for Wicomico Recreation's Youth & Adult Chess Tournaments. The youth tournament will be held on February 6, the adult tournament will be held on February 7. Test your skills and be the first to say "Checkmate!" Read More
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