North Carroll Girls’ Fast Pitch, Inc. (AKA Fury)
Is a independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
“Committed To Serving Our
“The Coaches without a doubt are the finest in the game”
Fast Pitch Players Wanted
NC FURY is looking for girls 16/18U that want to play tournament ball. Haven’t decided yet or have you been turned down, if so then we want you. We develop ball players for high school and college. Our main focus is on your development. Call for an evaluation not a tryout. Fury doesn’t conduct try outs; we evaluate you to see where and what level we can take you too. Try the others but if you want to learn and become the best you can, then this is where you should be. We build ball players. Teams will compete at the “Open” level of competition. Fury 16/18U finished second and third in tournaments this past season. Indoor clinic is conducted from January –March 2014 and is free to all registrants. For more information call 410-374-6614 or e-mail email@example.com.
Fast Pitch Manager Wanted
Anyone interested in managing a 16/18U team should contact John at 410-374-6614 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Must have proper training and experience in fast pitch softball. A background check is required.
This is for girls to learn and develop skills for softball and have fun doing it. Everything is conducted at the Hampstead Lions fields. Go to www.erols.com/ncgfp and print off a mail-in registration. Call 410-374-6614 or e-mail email@example.com for further information. Come and have fun.
This is the home of the Original “Shortcake Program”
(4-6 yrs old)
Recipient of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness
Carroll Girls’ Fast-pitch, Inc. (NCGFP) is located in
NCGFP Board Members
The purpose of this program shall be to organize, instruct, and supervise the playing of fast pitch softball under specialized rules and regulations, to secure suitable and adequate financial backing for said purposes, and to provide suitable playing facilities and equipment for said purposes. To provide instruction at a higher level of competition than intramural play while assisting players to improve their skills and knowledge of the game. To instruct players in the skills required at the high school and college level of play. To provide guidance and support on and off the field. To encourage sportsmanship over winning, and develop character, leadership, and a positive attitude.
To conduct activities so that the physical and moral welfare of the young people shall remain the paramount concern and all matters of policy shall be determined on that basis.
North Carroll Girls' Fast-pitch program began years ago as a result of one
simple question, "Why are we playing slow pitch when they play fast pitch
in high school and college?” Thus began our program as an independent
organization. We were the first program in
A scholarship fund has been created to provide financial assistance to players attending college. Scholarships are awarded annually to those young ladies that have participated in any of the program for two consecutive years or are certified coaches. They must be seniors in high school or first year college students and meet any other requirements as set forth by the scholarship committee. The first scholarships were awarded to two young ladies who graduated in 1998, six scholarships were awarded in 1999, two in 2000, two in 2001, three in 2002, two in 2003, none in 2004, one in 2005, one in 2006, none in 2007, two in 2008, one in 2009, two in 2010, one in 2011, and one in 2012.
Carroll Girls' Fast Pitch, Inc.
2376 Harvey Gummel Road
Hampstead, MD 21074
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