The Kishwaukee Valley Storm Softball Organization was started in 2001 with the goal of fundamentally improving the talents of our local softball players. Our goals remain the same today. With opportunities year round we continue to build confident, strong young women.
The online registration link below will remain open and continue to accept applications for those at the 12U-16U age levels that may have missed our open tryouts or were recently removed from a team unexpectedly. We will try to work with everyone to find them a spot on a team with us or with another regional team. You will be directed to enter a date that will work best for your private tryout and we will respond as soon as possible.
Any additional tryouts will be held on fields 9-12 at the Sycamore Community Sports Complex on Airport Road in Sycamore.
2021 Teams and Coaches
12U Coach- TBA
14U Coach- Chris Dierschow (assistants TBA)
16U Coach- Duke Mitchell (assistants TBA)
16U Coach- Steve Heide, Assistants- Isabel Odom & Brooke English
18U Coaches- Jim Varga/Tim Simmons, Assistant- Anna Criswell
JVarga@kvstorm.org 815-503-1864 TSimmons@kvstorm.org
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Sarah Sandusky, Genoa-Kingston, Waubonsee College Chiefs
Katie Taylor, DeKalb, Kishwaukee Community College
The USSSA E.A. Ramsey College Scholarship award is reserved for high school students (and USSSA athletes or youth sports officials!) who during the year of application are in their senior year of high school and already accepted into the college of their choice*. USSSA is currently awarding scholarships in Slow Pitch softball, fast pitch softball, baseball, and basketball. Other sports may be added as participation in those sports increases and interest is shown.
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The 18U team took home the 3rd place Trophy from the Silver NAFA National Tournament this past weekend.
We are making it officially known that we will stand with our local high school softball programs through these abnormal times and the IHSA schedule changes. When the time comes this fall and next spring and early summer to play softball, there will be no choice to be made, as our girls will be representing their local high school teams. Life long memories are made at this stage of their lives and we want them to experience as much of that as they can. We'll all be there cheering for you each and every game!
Please please please bring your game balls back, even if it was from yesterday....Thank you🥎💪
Coaches, please remember to return your game balls to tournament central before you leave for the day! Thank you!!