There is no limit to the drop; that only applies to Baseball.
The only requirement for a softball bat to be used in high school softball is that it must be ASA (Amateur Softball Association) approved and so marked on the bat. The current marking is the phrase ASA 2004 inside the outline of a home plate.
There is no age requirement to drop out of High School.
You must be 16 to drop out of any Olive Branch or Desoto County School.
In softball it's the rise and the drop.
It doesn't "affect" the bat. Drop is the difference of the length and the weight.
There is no legal requirement, although the strength of a player of that age could handle a drop 5 bat. Its not until the high school level that players are required to use a drop 3 bat. So to get players use to a bat that size, a 7th grader or 8th grader should use a drop 5 baseball bat.
in softball, it is important to drop the bat because if you sling it you could hit the catcher or maybe even the pitcher. it is safer to just set it down.
As long as the bat make and model are not banned you can use a -12.5 drop.
Yes you drop the bat after you hit the ball.
-5 bat is legal for Central Valley Middle School's , I'm not sure if it has to be BBCOR or BESR.
Softball was introduced at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. The International Olympic Committee voted to drop softball from the Olympics starting with the 2012 Games in London.
The drop is the difference between the length of the bat and the weight of the bat. If you have a 32 inch bat and its weight is 22oz you have a -10 drop.
Sure you can get into touble if you drop out of school, but you don't have to drop out of school to get into trouble.