Information from Hayli Young:
Top of Texas Fast Pitch is back for its second year in the Tri-City area. Last year was a breakout year for the league when they branched out and joined the ASA organization. The league’s first year brought much success to local athletes. According to League President Steven Willis, the league brought home state championships in the 16-under, 14-under, and 12-under, along with a second place state title in the 10-under and a fourth place finish in the 8-under age division. The 8-under team took home the championship title at the Amarillo Sandies' tournament and received a World Series birth.
Top of Texas Fast Pitch is affiliated with the Armature Softball Association (ASA), which is the national governing body of softball in the United States. As the National Governing body of softball, the ASA is the only softball organization that can offer softball players the opportunity to play in many prestigious events, which are held throughout the world. ASA is responsible for selecting and training the USA teams for international competitions. It is the goal of Top of Texas Fast Pitch to provide the girls of this area with the highest quality youth softball experience. The league focuses on not only teaching the fundamentals of the game and increasing the skill level of all participants, but also creating a positive, supportive and enjoyable environment for the girls and their parents. The league strives to give the girls the necessary tools and guidance to improve as softball players and young ladies.
Top of Texas Fast Pitch is currently holding sign-ups for girls 6 years old to 18 years old. Sign-ups will be at the Agnes Howe fields this upcoming Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6:00pm - 8:00pm, with try-outs for new players being held Saturday and Sunday, February 23rd and 24th. For more league information, join us on Facebook or check us out on the web at topoftexasfastpitchsoftball.com.