Tryout Dates

Thursday, June 27 & Tuesday, July 16

  • 5:30 - 10U & 12U
  • 7:30 - 14U & 16U

To register for tryouts, ask questions, or receive more information, please complete our form.

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"Our daughter has played with Inferno for three years.  The coaches in this organization see the player and the girl, and want both to succeed on and off the field.  Inferno coaches and families understand that winning is a great goal, but playing the game with dignity and respect is more important.  We are proud to be a part of the Inferno family!"

“Inferno is everything my husband and I were looking for for our 3 girls. The time and dedication the staff puts into making this the best experience for these girls is truly remarkable.I can’t say enough good things about this organization. My daughters ages have been part of the Inferno family now for 2 years and I have never been happier with the level of play they compete in.”


“All my daughters coaches from 18U-10U have been amazing. My daughters constantly tell me how happy they are with their teammates which they now call sisters and how much they love and respect their coaches.

I look forward to each year for softball season to begin just to see these girls play their hearts out with the biggest smile on their faces win or lose, they have FUN which is what it’s all about!!”

"My name is Tom Sweeney, manager of Bay River Rumble 12U Blue. We had the pleasure of playing your 12U Black team in Virginia Beach this weekend. We played twice, tied once and we lost 2-1 to your team. I would like to commend your coaches and players for having one of the best displays of sportsmanship I have seen in my 20 years of coaching. We had two battles and I never felt like either game was about winning or losing. I felt these games were about playing, coaching and supporting good softball. They were very supportive on both sides. They also sat and watched one of our games and cheered us on. Today we tend to hear in our organizations mostly complaining and negatives and tend not to hear all the positive things that go on. Your organization has a special group of parents, players and coaches you should be very proud of. Thank you for your time.

Tom Sweeney 

Bay River Rumble Vice President and 12U Blue manager"