Daleny Chumbley is a star pitcher for the Tri-City/Sangamon Valley softball team. Chumbley has committed to continue her career in college at the University of Illinois, and is looking forward to cementing her high school softball legacy the next two years.
Lynne Machtemes is a family attorney and former Caldwell scholar and softball player. Now as a member of the alumni association, she reflects on her time at Caldwell and the importance of giving back to the students.
Jaylee Wilson is rated as the top infielder in Missouri for the 2022 recruiting class. The St. Joseph Central High School softball star is coming off another special season this fall, and right after it was done, she officially made her college decision by committing to play at the University of Iowa.
Committed to Texas A&M since her freshman year, Emma Humplik was forced to reopen her recruitment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But with a little help from social media, she was able to find a new home in Tampa.
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — Girl Power! Ross County Loves Youth Softball. From T-ball through high school, Ross County loves softball and it shows. Through local recreational leagues, travel teams, tournaments, and invitational events – the love for softball runs deep. There are two local recreational leagues in the area: the Chillicothe Girls Softball League and the […]
After coming up one win short several times in recent years, the Fossil Ridge Sabercats finished the job and claimed their first CHSAA softball state title.
MOORESVILLE, Ind. — Mandi Owens played softball all growing up to varying levels, and immediately after high school she had foot surgery. She has been with OutFit for almost a year, and coming up on 2 years post surgery. She can lift, run and do jumps with no restrictions! She is currently training for a […]
With two of the most historic careers in Boyd County High School history, sisters Taylor and Savannah Wheeler are still having athletic successes. Taylor earned state softball Hall of Fame honors while Savannah had a strong basketball season at Marshall as a freshman.
Despite having only one 12-year-old on the team, the Robbinsville 12-year-old Little League All Stars were able to become New Jersey state champions for the second year in a row. With their youth, coaches anticipate only more success for the program in the future.
Harrisburg softball wins first Class A state championship and sets itself up for a bright future.