The Diamond Sports Hotshots are not only a select fastpitch softball organization, but a family. From the coaching staff, to the parents, to the players, we believe that creating strong relationships is a huge key to our success.
We want our girls to work hard and play hard. We are trying to develop our girls into being leaders on and off the softball field. We want our girls to be disciplined, dedicated and to truly love the game.
2017 RHP London Diller verbally commits to continue her softball career at Georgetown University!
Kenzie Flocke, Cass Fixicoand KK Moore!
We are pleased to announce that we had 3 girls selected to the Texas All State Tournament based on our finish in the 6/25 Texas Made Tournament.
It will be held this Saturday at Craig’s Ranch starting at 11AM. Here is the team they are on. Good Luck Girls!!
Ashley Tran verball commits to play for San Jacinto College!
Congratulations to the 12U Dumezich Team for a strong showing this past weekend in Beaumont. After a very long day of hard play they came out on top as the USFA CLASS A State Champions. We appreciate all the hard work you put in and your coaches efforts to get you to this Championship. Congrats and BTHO EVERYONE at NATIONALS!!!!
This last weekend the Diamond Sports Hotshots 14u team traveled to Killeen, Texas, for the last stage of the ASA Fall Challenge Series. On Saturday the team finished as the second seed in the tournament by winning all four games against the IG-STX Elizondo, Sneaky Cleats – Johnson, HITT 14u Villanueva and Texas Blaze GTX Robertson 14u. On Sunday the Hotshots dominated in the first game, winning 8-0. The following game was a battle as the Hotshots pulled out the win against American Freedom - Bouvier in an international tiebreaker. Then in the championship the Hotshots could not pull out the win, losing 4-2 to the Dirt Divas. The Hotshots placed second in the tournament as well as in the three tournament series. Congrats and keep up the good work.
12u Diamond Sports Hotshots Mix started the weekend in Fort Worth at the ASA Challenger Series Second Leg with a tough go of it on Saturday. Sunday morning began their path back and with strong hitting and aggressive defense these ladies won their first three games. This put them in the Championship game with HITTS from San Antonio. After a 90 minute battle and strong finish they ended up one run short in the bottom of the last inning to finish 2nd. We are very proud of these ladies for their will to win. Congratulations!!!!!!!
Playing in their first 14U tournament the Diamond Sports Hotshots Gold 14U team placed second in the Stage 1 of the ASA Texas Challenge Series. In pool play on Saturday the Hotshots teamed up to score 19 runs and only allowed four runs in four games. The teams’ effort earned them a second seed out of 32 teams in bracket play on Sunday. In the first two games the Hotshots did not allow the TX ThunderStix or Waco Heat to score, beating them 6-0 and 8-0. In the third game against American Freedom-Bouvier the Hotshots won the pitching battle, winning 2-0 and getting seven hits. In the championship game against Impact Gold Mata the team allowed two unearned runs to score on four hits, while the Hotshots only had one run on two hits. The hotshots pitching staff was lights out through bracket play, as they did not give up an earned run all day on Sunday. Great progress was made throughout the tournament but a lot to work on before heading to Dallas in two weeks for the Stage 2 of the ASA Texas Challenge Series.
Congratulations to the following players for making the 2015/2016 12u- N Hotshots!!
1 Kennedy Powell
2 Emma Garcia
9 Cecilia Vasquez
12 Maci Bergeron
16 Brenom Brown
17 Kasidi Pickering
18 Kennedy Gustafson
20 Aspyn Nelson
40 Jules Cuarenta
42 Jaydyn Goodwin
85 Savannah Geurin
Diamond Sports Hotshots defeat Texas Chaos 8-5 in the first ever Inaugural PGF Premier 10U National Championship. Congrats ladies on a well earned national championship.