STPS Ponies 18u Fastpitch: Welcome

   
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 18U PONIES TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD AT THE JOHNSON CITY HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY SOFTBALL FIELD ON THE FOLLOWING DATES/ TIMES:

Tuesday August 5th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Thursday August 7th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Saturday August 9th from 10:00am until Noon

The Johnson City Varsity Softball field is located near the top of the hill behind the high school and Just below the Junior High School. Addresses for both Schools are listed Below:

High School Address: 666 Reynolds Road, Johnson City, New York 13790

Junior High School Address: 601 Columbia Drive, Johnson City, New York 13790

_________For Additional information please contact Head Coach Chris Sinicki at: cmsinicki@gmail.com_________

The 2013 - 2014 18U Ponies 

   

For further team information email Ed Watson at mbducks2@aol.com

The 2014 Ponies are set for another season competing in the top 18U Tournaments in the Mid Atlantic region with our season wrpping up at ASA 18U Nationals in Alabama.  Here are the 2014 STPS Ponies:

Allison Lockwood              Windsor                            2016 

Alex Hein                          Johnson City                     2017 

Rachel Gilmore                  Abington Heights               2015

Alex Gockley                     Abington Heights               2015

Liz Wickizer                     Windsor                            2016

Emma Benson                   Windsor                            2014

Kasey Patryszyn                Susq. Valley                     2014

Caitlyn Tague                     Mountain View                   2013 

Sophia Pappas                   Susq. Valley                     2018

Sierra Storm                       Susq. Valley                     2014

Mara Kohlbach                   Windsor                            2016

Adrianna Harvey                 Union Endicott                   2015

Alaina Wickwire                 Towanda                            2014

Erika Jensen                      Binghamton                       2014

   

2014 Schedule

   3N2 Bluechip Showcase                         

   Pennsbury Invitational                          

   ASA 18U NYS Championship

   THE ROCK Showcase               

   STOP DWI Showcase Binghamton             

   Delaware Invitational                              

   ASA 18U Nationals Alabama               

 
 

   
  "PONIES FASTBALL......   KEEPING A PROUD TRADITION ALIVE"
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Recognized by softball teams and coaches as one of the "teams to beat on the east coast," the PONIES accomplishment list include:

  • 10 New York State Chamionships with an overall 73-13 record in state championship play
  • 6  New York State runner-up finishes
  • 3 Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships
  • 19 Consecutive ASA National Championship appearances, including finishes of 9th, 13th, 17th and 25th place       

We are very proud of our "Ponies Alumni", our players have gone on to play college softball at major universities such as Connecticutt, Massachusetts, Oklahoma State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Temple, Purdue, Providence, Lafeyette, St. Bonaventure, Siena, St. Josephs, Lasalle, Drexel, LeMoyne, C.W. Post, Cornell, Canisius, Villanova, Marist, Colgate, Binghamton, Dartmouth College, Kutztown, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Mansfield University, Marywood, Buffalo, Fordham, University of Rochester, Cortland, Bentley, Utica College, Brockport, and Binghamton.

Our players have also gone on to coach at Fordham University, Cornell, Drexel, Lehigh, Iowa State, Maryland, Rochester, Cornell and Binghamton University.

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Alumni Game
Wednesday, July 16
PONIES Celebrate Coach Sinicki's 25th Year and raise funds for Jack Sheridan

On July 9th the Ponies organization held a special event. The evening started with a Home Run Derby to benefit Jack Sheridan, the brother of Ponies Alumni Jordan Sheridan, who is battling Leukemia. Liz Wickizer emerged as the champion after a three way tie produced a hit-off to establish a winner.

The HR Derby was followed by an Alumni Game to honor Coach Sinicki's 25th year. The turnout was amazing! Attendees spanned a few decades and the game appropriately ended in a 5-5 tie. Following the game all of the players presented Coach Sinicki with a Plaque commemorating his 25 years of dedication to the PONIES.

It was a great evening, a fun evening and a proud evening for the Ponies organization as the current team and the Alumni showed their generosity while raising nearly $700 for Jack Sheridan.

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