The Inferno “Player of the Month” considers players who not only demonstrate softball skills on the field, but also make an impact for their team and for others off the field. One of those individuals is Kaylee McKinney from our 18U Black team.

Kaylee has been a part of the Inferno organization since 2010 as a 10U player and has remained faithful to the

organization and the teams she has been a part of since that time.

Kaylee is a great teammate who always looks to bring her team together and encourage others when their down. She is usually the first player to lose her voice after tournaments as she stays at the fence to cheer her team on. Off the field, Kaylee works with the Hope group at Freedom High School that seeks to care for special needs children and teens. She also spends time tutoring children at Liberty Elementary as well as teens at Freedom. Kaylee is also active in her church and has been on several mission trips where she works to care for those in need.

Kaylee’s attitude on and off the field is an example to many.

We are proud of you, Kaylee McKinney, and the example you set for others.