Our Mission Statement is to develop teams and provide principles of teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship. We facilitate the development of strength and character in each player and our team is open to all girls who are looking to play serious softball. Our goal is for our athletes to develop into the caliber of college level play. We inspire all our players to always play with grace and dignity.
Stealth '98 went 4-2 and took 3rd at the 16U A State tournament in Selah, Wash. this past weekend. Stealth '98 lost 7-6 in a quarter final match in an extra inning contast during a quarter final matchup to eventual champion WA Angels. On Sunday, they played 3 games back-to-back in loser-out competition. Third in State 16U A amongst 17 teams entered. Way to go!
Congratulations to the Spokane Stealth '98 for going 6-0 this past weekend at the 4th of July Shootout in Spokane. After going 4-0 in pool play, they advanced with a 2-1 win over The Osprey (Montana) and won the championship 4-2 versus The Coeur d'Alene Crush. Both games were hard fought and it was a pleasure competing against these classy teams. Stealth '98 will be in Selah, WA this weekend at the 16A State Tournament.
Spokane Stealth teams (16U '97; 16U '98 18U) went 8-1 in Pool Play at the Valley Invite in Hillsboro, OR and all three teams were #1 Seeds going into Sunday's Championship play. 18U went 4-2 overall. The following week, Stealth 18U traveled to Boise, ID for the Boise Blast Tournament and entered the winning bracket and lost a heartbreaker by one run in the bottom of the 7th inning to finish the tournament.