Thursday, May 28, 2015

Kylie Morton Throwback Thursday Softball Spotlight

Kylie Morton was destined to play softball from her first game playing 8U in softball.  She played on the Diamond Divas at catcher and second base.  She is one of the most passionate players you will find on the softball team, and she has been that way from the beginning.

In 2012, she joined the Ennis Sonic as a shortstop.  In her second year, her team qualified for state and finished 4th out of 16 teams after taking 1st in the city league as well as District.

In the fall of 2013 (in the Waxahachie League), Kylie played for the Ennis Pride.  She was a pitcher and played second base.  The team ended the fall season in second place only losing one game.

Today, Kylie can be seen playing pitcher, and outfield for the Texas Travelers Select Softball Team.  Whether it is practice, games, drills or anything else; Kylie is always the hardest working girl on the field.

The 04 Texas Travelers organization exists for the specific purpose of developing a competitive youth fast-pitch softball program whose goals are to develop players capable of competing at the highest levels in the country with the demonstrated skills necessary to earn a college scholarship. Our dedicated coaches and volunteer staff facilitate our athlete’s growth by conducting challenging practices and scheduling the highest level of competitive activity available. However, reaching these goals must be accomplished within the proper framework by instilling character, self-esteem, confidence and sportsmanship with the young athlete.

Achievement of these lofty and worthwhile objectives within the appropriate environment can only be reached through the mature behavior and exemplary conduct of the coaches and parents of the Club. Their relationship with the players must be of the highest ethical and moral standards and be based upon concern and just principles that ensure equitable treatment will prevail in all circumstances.

An aggressive desire for victory combined with the procedural and graduated development of softball skills through exceptional coaching and advanced training techniques is of paramount importance. Nevertheless, everyone should realize that, fast-pitch softball is only a game and is the forum we use to help our athletes mature into responsible adults.

The 04 Texas Travelers play ASA Softball, and plan to compete in ASA Nationals for 2015. The strong North Texas Softball Club has won at IFA-VTD, USSSA, and ASA levels and continues its push to become the 2015 ASA National Champion held in Normal, Illinois. In addition to playing in the ASA National Tourney; the Texas Travelers will also play in each of the national Qualifier Texas Challenge Series, and the Hall of Fame Softball Tournament in Oklahoma City. The team is a fully funded endorsed softball team that intends on continuing its great success in the softball world.

For more information about the 04 Texas Travelers contact Coach Kyle Bennett at 972.679.7702 or follow The Texas Travelers on Facebook.  The Texas Travelers are a 10 U 2004 team that plays ASA competitive softball.  To follow particular players, games, practices or see any other information about the North Texas Select Softball team visit: 04 Texas Travelers News Site.

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