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  • 2021 Firestix College Exposure Tournament
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  • 2020 FireStix RenFest Tournament
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  • Emma Mossing Commits to Madonna University
    Emma Mossing Commits to Madonna University
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  • Mikayla Timms Commits to Aquinas
    Mikayla Timms Commits to Aquinas
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    14u Wright Runner Up at Independence Classic
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  • Taylor Sanborn Commits to Calvin College
    Taylor Sanborn Commits to Calvin College
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  • Mia Rzepka Commits to Cleary University
    Mia Rzepka Commits to Cleary University
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  • 16u Cruthers Runner Up at Independence Classic
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  • Isabella Passey Commits to Northwood University
    Isabella Passey Commits to Northwood University
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  • Kaylie TerBurgh Commits to Northwood University
    Kaylie TerBurgh Commits to Northwood University
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  • Eve Bournias Commits to Wellesley College
    Eve Bournias Commits to Wellesley College
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  • Reilly Evans commits to SVSU
    Reilly Evans commits to SVSU
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  • Alexandria Pace Commits to Cleary College
    Alexandria Pace Commits to Cleary College
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  • Julia Zucks Commits to Case Western Reserve
    Julia Zucks Commits to Case Western Reserve
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  • Carson Hendrickson Commits to Aquinas
    Carson Hendrickson Commits to Aquinas
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  • Claire Ouellette Commits to Goshen College
    Claire Ouellette Commits to Goshen College
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  • Brynna Garden Commits to Kalamazoo College
    Brynna Garden Commits to Kalamazoo College
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About Firestix Fastpitch

Mission Statement

Is to prepare all players, regardless of age and skill level, for high school and college softball.  The FireStix coaching staff is committed at all age levels to the enhancement of our players’ skill sets by applying fundamental and advanced techniques in all areas of fastpitch softball.  We are committed to providing a positive atmosphere for our girls to grow as players and people.  Our goal is to provide maximum exposure for our players to college softball programs, so they have the opportunity to play at the next level.

Most Important:  It's about the girls, and helping them succeed in a sport they love!

College Recruiting Process:  We do our best to help our players earn the opportunity to play college softball, which you can see on our College Commits Page.  We play the best competition possible in the Fall & Summer seasons, provide instruction and hundreds of reps through our winter workouts and communicate with numerous college coaches throughout the year.  We inform our players and parents about the college recruiting process, get them to the right camps & clinics, help them find quality private instructors for individual skills like pitching & hitting.

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Board Members

President: Kevin Babcock

Vice President: Leon Wright

Mid-Michigan FireStix in the Community

Kevin Babcock Named 2015 Community Champion by the Flint & Genesee Chambers of Commerce

History

2016 early commits mid-michigan firestixThe Mid Michigan FireStix was founded in 2007 and since has developed a tremendous reputation of providing the best available fundamental instruction, quality competition and exposure for young athletes. The program was founded with honest values and has strived to be one of the best throughout Michigan.

The FireStix have developed an outstanding tradition based on success in some of the highest level tournaments locally and nationally.  Because of the consistent level of success, the FireStix name has become synonymous with high-caliber softball throughout Michigan.

The Mid Michigan FireStix has achieved a high level of success by using quality instruction.  Coaches range in experience from several years of high school and collegiate level skills.  Because of the brilliant reputation the program carries, the FireStix have gained an extensive following. From brothers, sisters, parents and grandparents at the younger levels to college coaches and softball junkies at the older levels.  The exposure from college coaches over the years has translated to more than 30 athletes that have continued their softball careers at the next level while gaining a college education.

The FireStix success on and off the softball field is because of its dedication to excellence and the athletic developments of young ladies from age 11 to 18 in their softball careers. The successful careers of returning players testify to the positive influence the FireStix have over their athletics and academic careers as well as their lives in general.