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Samantha Smith#23   2nd Base/Outfield
Fredericktown High School
Alysha Wood#22
2nd Base/Outfield
Utica High School
Clair Bowman#16
Delaware Christian High School
Madison Leedy#6
Center Field
Loudonville High School
Morgan Leedy#24
3rd Base
Loudonville High School
Alexa Wood#19
Catcher            Utica High School
Mackenzie Rayburn#21
1st Base
Mt Vernon High School
Eric Westfield#4
Lucas High School
Taylor Combs#44
Short Stop
Mt Vernon High School
Ashlyn Drollinger#8
Left Field/Catcher
Pleasant High School



Coach Barnhart,"This is the most awesome set of girls that I have ever coached! They are not only a blast to be around; they get along and play softball pretty darn good too. So far this travel season we have placed 2nd place twice, 3rd place twice, and placed top 5 in each and every tournament we have played in. We have received 2 National ASA Births and you know what? I cannot wait until next weekend to do it all over again!"  


Ohio Storm Player Talent Review - We live in a society obsessed with results, outcome, and judgment over conclusion.  Nowhere is that more evident than in the sport of softball where individual statics and one-on-one battles are interwoven into the fabric of an otherwise team sport.  The 2016 Ohio Storm team players look at game adversity as a challenge with an opportunity for them to excel.  Our team trailblazers set the tone for our Ohio Storm Fastpitch organization within their leadership attributes.  Our players are the mentors who get vocal, get dirty, and continue to push other Storm team players as well as spectators throughout the game.  Our teams “never give up attitude” spreads throughout the dugout as well as on the field of play.  Negative emotion is not an option for our team as they never show frustration after a strikeout, error or poor execution inning as this inferior trait is just not in our nature. 

The Ohio Storm teams are one of the last of a breed of ball player who’s Herculean work ethics and drive to better themselves and push hard to utilize their God given talents, while serving as a positive role model for all who observe our players relentless pursuit of perfection in a game built on failures.  The Ohio Storm Fastpitch Softball Program provides a higher level of competition far beyond usual Leagues for players willing to make the commitment to work hard and improve their skills. 


2018 Tournament Schedule:

May 27, 2018: Heart of Ohio Sheila Kitchen Memorial Tournament
June 3, 2018: Capitol City Showdown
June 10, 2018: Greg Miller Memorial (USA ENQ)  
June 17, 2018: RVBFY Summer Classic (USA ENQ)
June 24, 2018: Ohio ASA State 16U
July 8, 2018: Buckeye Recruitfest Showdown

July 21, 2018: Warrior Dash to support St Jude Children's Research
July 29, 2018: North American All Sanctioned World Series
July 22, 2018: Heart of Ohio Final Fling Tournament