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Due to inclement weather, the program raffle has been rescheduled to March 1st during the Fury Program Night.


     

Stateline Fury is one of the premier girls’ fastpitch programs in the Midwest. We prepare our players to play high school and college softball through proven training techniques used by the top coaches in the country. Stateline Fury teams compete at the highest levels, but “furyball” is more than playing the sport of fastpitch softball. Our teams are groups of girls that forge memories that will last for the rest of their lives. They become part of a family.

 

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14 National Championships
8 National Runner-ups
 
9 State Championships
4 State Runner-ups
 
225 Tournament Wins

Still looking for a team?

We have a few teams looking to add players to round off their rosters:  

                   Team Coach Players
    8UF   Dayton Smith (2)
  10UF   Dayton Smith (1)
  10UB   Julio Rivas (1)
 11UO   Brandy Jensen (1)
  14UA   Brad Bach (1)
  16UA   Denny McKinney (1)
       

(private tryouts available upon request)

CLICK HERE TO REQUEST A PRIVATE TRYOUT!

    2019/2020

  Team Coach
    8UF Dayton Smith
    9UO Brandon Jackson
  10UF Dayton Smith
  10UB Julio Rivas
  11UO Meghan Fuentes
  11UO Brandy Jensen
  12UA Erik Wintlend
  13UA Jake Nevdal
  14UA Brad Bach
  14UA Mike Marszalec
  15UO Ben Race
  16UA Denny McKinney

On The Curve Cafe
11189 Forest Hills Road
Machesney Park, IL 61115
(779) 423-0723

 
The 2020 Fury Program Night is a great opportunity to meet the families of one of the premier girls’ fastpitch programs in the Midwest. During the event, players take their team pictures, and coaches recognize their athletes and team successes. This year, we have added a cash bar and invited several vendors to take part.  Vendor exhibits include Fury spirit wear, athlete injury risk/performance testing, and a BAT Demo Area. We look forward to seeing everyone for an evening of recognition and fun.

“Nothing will work unless you do.” 
– John Wooden, Basketball

“The key is not the will to win. Everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important."    
Bobby Knight



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  • Not peeing or having a very dark yellow pee.
  • Very dry skin.
  • Feeling dizzy.
  • Rapid heartbeat.
  • Rapid breathing.
  • Sunken eyes.
  • Sleepiness, lack of energy, confusion or irritability.
  • Fainting.

STATELINE FURY
- combined 2020 record -
165 - 98 - 11
Championships

11

2nd Place 8
3rd Place 8
 

Stateline Sports Group

Phone: (815) 312-5143

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