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Fastpitch News (blog)

Fighting Fatigue
Fastpitch News (blog)
We've all been there. Rather a practice, game, private lesson, or something else there are days you just aren't “feeling” it. Fatigue happens, but how can you overcome it and help avoid eventual burn out? We have some tips for when you're running on empty.


Moline Halloween Parade returns for its 51st year
The Moline Little League Softball held the annual Moline Halloween Parade. "Who doesn't want to dress up as a chicken," said Quad City Angels softball player Rebecka Larson. Tricks, costumes and treats. Halloween brings out people's scary or silly side.

Fort Worth Star Telegram

Viral video star is headed to Southeast Texas to continue softball career
Fort Worth Star Telegram
Marisa Arriaga went viral in 2015 after posting a video of a softball trick in her backyard. Now she's headed to Stephen F. Austin to continue her career. The former Cedar Hill standout committed to SFA on Tuesday.

Editorial: Hearts and darts gives way to tricks and treats in October review
Savannah Morning News
We love Halloween around here, and before the editorial board hits the streets in search of candy, we offer our own tricks and treats, calling out the best and the worst of the prior month that we either failed to touch on previously or shortchanged ...

The Boston Globe

This band is still rockin' around the clock
The Boston Globe
Alan Joseph is terrible at standing still, so he almost never does. There's too much life to reach out for, so he's perpetually on the go. The Newton resident plays tennis four times a week. He plays in two softball leagues. He was in the advertising ...