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1721 Independence Dr.
Jefferson City, Missouri

This Jeff City Heat team no longer exists. The coaches and players have formed the new team called No Mercy 18 & Over. The girls picked the name and team colors and design. Please click on the link at the bottom of this page to take you to the new web page. If interested in playing contact Coach John McNay:

Welcome to the J.C. Heat 16U "A" web site. We are a team that stresses a strong emphasis on fundamentals. To be the best you can on and off the field. Please take a moment to sign our guest book.

At one time she looked cute as a button dressed in pink with pony tails. She had tea parties with her stuffed animals and dolls and helped mom bake cookies. She has been, and will always be daddy's and mommy's, little girl.

Today the fastpitch player still has the same little girl attributes. The only difference is she looks cute in her sliders and shorts. If she's wearing ribbons in her hair, they are the team colors. She has become mommy's and daddy's little hitter.

The fastpitch player is proud of how dirty she can get. On a normal family dinner outing, she takes up to an hour primping to get ready, and she still feels somewhat self-conscious. However, between tournament games she'll strut into any restaurant with a streak of dirt across her face, ratted sweaty hair, dirt stained shirt, bloody knees and brown socks (they used to be white) with sandals with a toe sticking out, and yell "Let's eat!"

The fastpitch player typically has an extensive wardrobe. She has several old uniforms which she has outgrown but has not discarded because, well you never know. She has several hundred tee shirts and boxer shorts from camps, leagues and tournaments around the country. When her parents say wear something nice she wears stuff from regional or national events.

The fastpitch player needs to get a scholarship, because her parents are broke spending thousands of dollars paying for camps, batting lessons, catching lessons, pitching lessons, hotel rooms, out to eat between tournament games, league fees, equipment, etc., etc.....

The fastpitch player is a fierce competitor. She is willing to stand 40' away from a pitcher and take a pitch with a measured reaction time that even a major league ball player would struggle to hit. She might only be 5'2" and 100 pounds (soaking wet) but she'll dig in at 3rd, or 1st, 25 feet away from the batter and challenge the hitter to drive one down her throat.

The fastpitch player has more spirit than any other sport. She'll go home hoarse from cheering and rooting her team on into the final innings. She plays the sport for all the right reasons, she loves the game. She could spend the weekend watching tv or hanging out at the mall with her non-sport friends, because her sport friends are all at a tournament somewhere, but she chooses to spend her weekend in the 100 degree heat, waiting to get in the game.

The fastpitch player is diligent and hard-working. She knows the value of hard work. She understands that you get out of something what you put in. She is competitive and doesn't give up very easily. She learns teamwork and spirit. Most of all she learns to respect all, but fear none.

Monie Music

Sunday, October 22
Alumni Update

Congratulations to Danni, Jamie, and Laura on such a successful weekend. Bringing home the first place hardware is always a good feeling.

Saturday, January 1
No Mercy

The Jeff City Heat no longer exists. The coaches and players have formed the new team called No Mercy. The girls picked the name and team colors and design. Please click on the link above to go to the new web page. If interested in playing contact Coach John McNay:

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