Carolina Blast: Welcome
|2011 Carolina Blast|
Carolina Blast Fastpitch softball team is based out of Concord, NC. and is comprised of players that have a strong desire to play at the collegiate level. We play a strong schedule of Showcase Tournaments that allow our players to display their abilities in front of college coaches. The Carolina Blast provides a positive environment where players can improve their abilities and advance toward their personal goals of playing softball in college. The Blast philosophy is that SUCCESS is measured by commitment, dedication, sportsmanship, self esteem, and learning life lessons in the game called LIFE. Thanks for stopping by our website and we look forward to seeing you on the ball field.
HARD WORK BEATS TALENT........When Talent Doesn't Work Hard!!!!
People don’t play sports because it is fun. Ask any athlete, most of them hate it, but they couldn’t imagine their life without it. It’s part of them, the love/hate relationship, it’s what they live for. They live for the practices, parties, cheers, long bus rides, invitational’s, countless pairs of different shoes, water, Gatorade, & coaches you hate but appreciate. They live for the way it feels when they beat the other team, and knowing those two extra sprints they ran in practice were worth it. They live for the way they become a family with their team, they live for the countless songs they sing in their head while training all those hours. They live for the competition, the friends, the practices, the memories, and the pain. It’s who they are. It’s who we are. WE ARE ATHLETES!
LEAVE NO DOUBT!!
|Taylor Carpenter Commits to SMC!|
Taylor Carpenter has committed to play softball for
Coach Thad Fox at
Spartanburg Methodist College.
Seated from Left; Father Danny Carpenter, Taylor, and Mother Vickie Carpenter.
Standing from left; Travel ball Coach Lester Cragan, SMC Coach Thad Fox, Mount Pleasant High School Coach Dave Maddaluna, and Mount Pleasant High School Athletic Director Phillip Furr.
|Tori Cragan Signs to play at Chowan University|
TORI CRAGAN SIGNS HER NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT TO PLAY SOFTBALL FOR
COACH AMANDA BALDUF AT
Seated from left; Mother Janet Cragan, Tori, and Father Lester Cragan.
Standing from left; Central Cabarrus High School Coach Doug Buckwell, and Central Cabarrus High School Athletic Director Raymond Daugherty.