Lifelong softball enthusiast. Played on multiple competitive teams for 28 years, in both Men’s and Coed 12”. Managed one of those adult teams for 7 years. Moved on to coaching girls softball the past 8 years, and I have been coaching travel for 4 years now. I have been head coach for a competitive travel team the past 2 seasons, and that team has been in championship games at least 6 times, in each of the 11u and 12u seasons, winning multiple times. I am married with 2 daughters. My oldest is entering her junior year at Conant and my youngest is 13 and entering 8th grade. She and I are very excited to continue and elevate the softball journey to a higher level, with the Cheetahs.
Jimenez goes deep twice, Mustangs ride eight-run fourth past Trojans 12-3 DOWNERS GROVE – Amelia Jimenez’s friendly reminders are hard
DeKALB – Haley Albamonte said she’s been telling her DeKalb softball team it only takes one hit to make a
Hampshire’s Sarah Bowen is certainly well known for her offensive prowess. The senior center fielder flashed some serious leather during
High School softball season is about to be in full swing and the Times preseason top 10 is out. This
Downers Grove South senior guard Maggie Greco (18u AS) hit 11 of 15 shots to take second place at the
Full story can be found here, congratulations Morgan!
Chicago Cheetahs organization working out early Sunday morning. Special group of kids
18u cheetahs looking for few more players Contact Brian bowman (630-888-8428) & Annalisse Scott (708-543-1828) if interested.
DePaul Hall of Fame Coach Eugene Lenti stopped by practice to share his insights on what it takes to play
18u AS, Morgan Haefling, gives verbal commitment to Saint Xavier University.
#5 Sarah Bowen, 18u Annalisse Scott, gives commitment to play for St. Xavier University!
16u Chicago Cheetahs AS finish top 12 in Firecracker Triple crown Colorado.
Junior catcher, 16u AS, Jordan Barnes, a third-year starter who hit .409 with 11 doubles and 36 RBIs last season, is
16u AS, Jordan Barnes, junior, catcher is beginning to grow into a new role as the leader of a young
Maggie Greco, 16u Annalisse Scott, gave verbal confirmation to play for George Washington University.