We consistently tell our girls that we win and lose with class. We don’t allow bush league tactics like stealing signs, distracting other teams or running out the clock. We play the game with honor.
We don’t skirt the rules or try and game the system. Our goal is to win fair and square. We ask a lot of our players and know that building character off the field is as important as the development on the field.
When we win or lose we know we’ve played the game the way it should be played. We don’t play out of the phone book. Don’t use girls for our own advantage. And we’re up front with parents, coaches and players.
I took some time off after the passing of my father but just couldn’t stay away too long. In the fall of 2018 I decided to fire things back up again and started with a first year 14u team hoping to build something again from the ground up. After an incredible first year, winning 8 tournaments and finishing 7th at the USFA World Series, our name was growing again and in the fall of 2019 we added a 2nd 14u team as well as a 16u team.
We’re looking to expand again in the fall of 2020 by adding potentially a 10u, 12u,, a 2nd 16u and an 18u team. But either way it goes the Outlaws name and organization are on the rise again and we’re looking forward to many more memories.