j JUNE 17-18-19
18U FINISHED 2ND PLACE IN THE AKRON RACERS TOURNAMENT
16U LUYSTER FINISHED 2ND PLACE IN THE DONNA NEWBERRY MEMORIAL
12U FINISHED 2ND PLACE IN THE DONNA NEWBERRY MEMORIAL
18 u FINISHED IN SECOND PLACE IN THE AKRON ZIPS COLLEGE SHOWCASE
16U LUYSTER FINISHED IN SECOND PLACE IN THE LIBERTY BLAZING BATS IN YOUNGSTOWN
They call this a softball, but really it is a yellow threaded gift from God revealed to each young lady that dares to put on a Power Uniform ,somewhere between her heart and hard work ,she will find the thread that unwraps the talent she didn't know she had, develop the character she will always need, and transform her team mates into ever lasting friends .
Somewhere behind the athlete,
behind the hours of practice,
behind the coaches who have pushed
you is a little girl that fell in love with the game and never looked back !
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WHEN IT ALL STARTED
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Extreme Power Softball was started in the fall of 2008, by Bob Czuchran ,Bob Figura ,Larry Deluca ,Rob Gallentine and Mike Deleonardis. Our daughters played in the Ben Taylor East Ohio Girls Softball League. The dads and girls met for the first time on the practice field on a hot July evening in 2008 at the North Market field in St Clairsville. The girls kinda knew each other from playing in the Ben Taylor League, and soon developed into a family .After that first practice ,we had a discussion about our team name. Several names were tossed around, but we kept coming back to "Power" . We needed more than just Power, so we tried Ohio Power ,Ohio Valley Power , then from someone in the back came " Extreme Power" .That was all she wrote . Now, we had to come up with some colors . We had girls from Buckeye Local, St Clairsville ,Union Local, Martins Ferry and Shadyside. We didn't want colors from these schools. I suggested texas orange, but that was shot down in a hurry. Then someone said we needed to use a color that no school in the valley used .something different and then I suggested Vegas Gold. Some of the girls didn't know what that color was, but once I said its like shinny gold ,they we in . Vegas gold ,Black and White and the name Extreme Power was born. We played our first game at I 470 fields on August 17 against the Wheeling Sliders. We won 8-0, and finished the season at 13-1-1. We lost to Taylorstown in the Fall Ball Championship game . We played in the Spring League at I 470 in 2009 . In the summer of 2009 we entered our first travel ball tournament.
Mallory Chapman Class of 2014 Magnolia High school , playing softball at Wheeling Jesuit University
Started with Power in 2014 and is on the 2016 23 U Team
Hannah Absalom Class of 2014 St. John s High School, playing softball at Fairmont State University
Started with Power in 2009 and is on the 23 U Team
Lauren Figura Class of 2014 St. Clairsville High School , Coaching varsity softball at St .Clairsville High School , Original member of Power played 2008 - 2014
Karlee Leonard Class of 2014 Buckeye Local High School, played softball at Wheeling Jesuit University in 2015 , Original member of Power played 2008 - 2013
Kierstyn Czuchran Class of 2015 Buckeye Local High School , playing softball at Muskingum University , Original member of Power Team 2008 - current member of 23 U
Michaela Miller Class of 2015 St. Clairsville High School , playing softball at Wheeling Jesuit University , Played with Power 2011 - 2015
Keri Renzler Class of 2015 Bridgeport High School , playing softball at Waynesburgh University. Played with Power 2010- 2013
Ashlynne Daley Class of 2015 Steubenville Catholic Central, playing softball at Gannon University , Started with Power in 2013 - current member of 23 U .
Fran Capoldi Class of 2015 Steubenville Catholic Central High School , playing softball at Bethany College , Started with in 2014 -current member of 23 U
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TO WIN REQUIRES EVERYTHING YOU HAVE TO GIVE !!