SHS Fastpitch 2014. Sprayberry Fastpitc h Mission Statement :
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Sprayberry Fastpitch Mission Statement:
Through high standards instilled for both players, managers and coaches, the Sprayberry Fastpitch Program will develop ladies of the utmost integrity. Members of the Sprayberry Fastpitch Program will be committed to hard work and loyalty while pursuing excellence on the field, in the classroom and off the field. The desire to improve ones skills as it promotes the good of the team and sets aside personal agendas that do not go hand in hand with team goals is the major focus of our program. The success of this program will be measured not only by its play on the field, but also by the lifelong impact it will have on all persons who commit themselves to the program.
1. TEAM Comes First
2. Play and Live With DISCIPLINE
3. Choose Your ATTITUDE
4. Maximize Your EFFORT
5. Maintain STRONG CHARACTER
These are the big goals we want all players to be striving towards all year long.
Be the best student and daughter I can be.
Be the very best player/teammate/friend I can be.
Make a contribution of time, effort and talent every day.
Never miss practice or games (both are mandatory during the season; failure to attend will result in not playing in a game)
PRACTICE LIKE YOU PLAY!
No course failures at progress report checkpoints
Christina ZummoHead Coach
Chantel GautneyAssistant Coach
Joe TenoschokAssistant Coach
Lisa GentileSpecial Events
Lisa SmithWebsite Coordinator
Not mandatory but highly encouraged
Gives players a head start on their season with skills, athleticism, and team bonding
Participation in summer workouts does not guarantee a spot on the team
A valid physical needs to be turned in to Coach Zummo before your player can step foot on the field on June 2nd.
Physicals are valid for one year.
Please get these done!
Tryouts: Friday, Aug. 1st 4:00
Players will be assessed for the team on a combination of skills. Not everyone will make the team. Players will be judged fairly, but the coaches have the final decision in who makes the team.
Players will be evaluated in the following categories:
Hitting (Swing and Bunting Ability)
Slapping (If Applicable)
Pitching (If Applicable)
Catching (If Applicable)
Ability to take Constructive Criticism
Dues: $500 for the season
This is paying for uniforms, community coaches, equipment (balls, field paint, etc.), field maintenance, tournament fees, umpires, website maintenance, end of season banquets, player gifts, awards, corporation fees (Real cost per player is around $800)
We get no money from the school system to pay for this program. We are self-funded so your commitment and support is not only appreciated but necessary.
Expected in full at the kick off dinner Wednesday Aug. 6th
Arrangements for other payment plans will be approved by head coach, president, and treasurer before the player’s jersey is issued at kickoff dinner.
Important announcements and dates
Photos from last seasons