Beyond the Game - Inferno Gives Back
At Inferno, we want to help our girls develop as players and more importantly as individuals. Our Board and coaching staffs believe in developing a girl’s character through hard work, respect for others, commitment, and teamwork. Our desire is not only to help our girls find success in softball, but also find success in life as they grow in their confidence and character and work toward being productive members of their communities. Creating an environment where our girls can be sound fundamentally, develop lifelong friendships, and have lots of fun will make our players winners on and off the field.
The Inferno 14U-Tydlacka girls spent Saturday afternoon with 4 teams from the Dulles Little League Challenger program. It was a beautiful day and some great baseball was played. Thanks again to the amazing Wendy Melcher for setting this up and allowing us to participate!Read More
The Inferno 16u-Underhill girls celebrated the conclusion of high school softball tryouts by spending Saturday afternoon with 4 teams from the Dulles Little League Challenger program led by the amazing and selfless, Wendy Melcher. The weather was good, the baseball was better, and the friendships and laughs are the best. We can’t wait to join these athletes again.Read More
16U Sullivan went 3 and 0 on Saturday and outscored our opponents 22 to 2. Well done 16U! Perhaps more importantly than the championship – this tournament had a real impact on our team (and hopefully many others). They learned a little more about Payton Freeze and the impacts of bullying – www.paytonsproject.org. Payton’s Project “Watch your thoughts, they become words. Watch your actions, they become habits. Watch your habits, they become character. Watch your character for it becomes your destiny.” – Frank OutlawRead More
“I needed that!” Challenger teammate Kate exclaimed with joy as she got a hit and headed to 1st. WE needed that Kate! Each time our Inferno teams volunteer with the Dulles Little League Challenger Division we leave with a renewed love of the game and gratitude for the opportunity to spend time with these inspiring families.Read More
Families from our Inferno 12U Red team had a great night packing over 700 meals for the LCPS Backpack Coalition.Read More
Inferno 14U Red showed support for one of our own, Bella Barker, and Diabetes Awareness Month by wearing Blue (socks, hairbands, eye black) and hanging signs around their dugout. Bella lives with T1D and is a star for the team as the starting 3rd baseman and lead-off hitter. She is an absolute joy to coach and she brings great energy to the 14U Red team. Bella and her 14U Red Teammates played well in their semi-final finish in the (cold!) NIT Crown Trophy tournament this weekend. We are very proud of our 14U Red coaches and players for their great…Read More