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February Recap

Conroe, TX – March 6th, 2019 – We’re rolling on in 2019! February was cold, but these stories warmed our hearts!


Check out the links below for the latest SYFP news for the month of February!


SYFP Plays at Mary Nutter

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Haylie McCleney and Kylee Hanson Get Engaged!

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Tori Vidales Accepts Position at SEC Network

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Sam Fischer-Cooke Inducted Into LMU Hall of Fame

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HitTrax Runs Demo at Scrap Yard Academy

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Scrap Yard Sports Hosts DI Lone Star College Classic

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Scrap Yard Sports Hosts DII Arkansas Winter Classic

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Scrap Yard Sports Hosts High School Lone Star Cup

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Team Japan Plays at Scrap Yard Sports

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About Scrap Yard Fast Pitch

Scrap Yard Fast Pitch, LLC was established to create sustainable professional softball opportunities for elite female athletes so they could earn a living while playing the game they love. It will begin competition in the summer of 2018, not only providing elite softball players the opportunity to pursue a professional career, but to inspire future generations of professional softball players. Located in the Houston area, Scrap Yard Fast Pitch is committed to demonstrating leadership in community involvement, entertainment, and professionalism. Follow Scrap Yard Fast Pitch on Facebook (@ScrapYardFP), Twitter (@ScrapYardFP), or Instagram (@ScrapYardFP) to keep up with the latest happenings.


About Scrap Yard Internationals

The Scrap Yard Internationals experience is team focused. The 16U and 18U squads travel as a team on private buses and vans, and by air as needed. At home, all teams practice at the Scrap Yard Sports Complex in a safe and secure environment that includes 14 batting cages and 10 all-turf ballfields. This includes the Scrap Yard Stadium, home to the professional softball team, Scrap Yard Fast Pitch. In August of 2018, SI took their 18U an 16U squads to Tokyo, Japan for a week-long once-in-a-lifetime experience. The athletes played Tokyo Women’s College of Physical Education in a total of four games, experienced Japanese culture, and watched Team USA compete at World Championships in Chiba, Japan.





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