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(by Bob Segall)
Living Water Marlins Indiana's first homeschool softball team is looking for spring 2020 games against other homeschool softball teams and would love to help expand homeschool softball in the Midwest. In our first season, Indianapolis Living Water Marlins Homeschool Softball finished with a winning record competing against public and private high schools in central Indiana. If you are interested in scheduling a game, please contact coach Bob Segall at 317-408-3397 or email@example.com.
(by National Desk) Coastal Christian Homeschool (TX) Hannah Chapa signs to play softball for UIW.
(by National Desk)
HSAA Angels Fall softball with the birthday girl pitching lights out.
Sulphur Springs’ senior softball player Valori Voorheese, who plays with the Fort Worth THESA Riders, signed a letter of intent to play college softball at Texas A & M Commerce in Commerce, Texas.A signing event took place Sunday afternoon at The Way Bible Church of Sulphur Springs. Voorheese is in her fourth year as a player for THESA. Left to right in the photo behind Valori are her father Chris Voorheese who is also the current Head Coach for the Riders, Assistant Coach and THESA Softball Alum Madison Burke and her former coach and current THESA Athletic Director Dallas Burke. Valori is the daughter of Chris and Lori Voorheese of Sulphur Springs, Texas.
Jackson Victors Softball A lot of congratulatory home plate greetings happened yesterday at the Canton Varsity Tournament. Even the umpire is smiling in this one.
TEXAS: THESA Riders 2018 NACA National Softball Champions The Texas Home Educators Sports Association Riders Varsity Softball team finished off another amazing season by winning all 7 games at the National Association of Christian Athletes Tournament in Dayton, Tennessee May 9-11th. The team saw stiff competition from the Georgia State Champion Kings Academy on Thursday but overcame them in extra innings by the score of 8 to 7. In Fridays Championship game the team refused to back down after falling behind early and came out on top beating the Alabama Christian Schools Champions, Evangel of Alabaster, Ala by the score of 9 to 6. 5 Riders were named All Americans by making the all tournament team, Pitcher Corrie Gaddis, Pitcher and SS Tara Stewart, Catcher and 1B Hailey Schmaltz, SS and Catcher Valori Voorheese and 2B and CF Heather Hoffman. 5 is the largest number of All Tournament players ever named from 1 team at the National Tournament. Stellar performances by Mikayla Hoffman, Alyssa Bone,Madison Kitner, Faith Keller,Callie Voorheese and Lark Horton all helped propel the Riders to the amazing undefeated week at the National Tournament.
The Riders went 27 and 4 on the season. The Riders have now won National Championships in 2014, 2016 and 2018.
ACA Lady Defenders Last game of the season vs Assembly Christian