Virginia Sting Fast Pitch © 2008
Sting Girls Fast Pitch Softball Organization formally known as Southside Sting was established in 1998 by the late Edward Stewart Smither, Jr. of Suffolk, Virginia.

Sting Girls Fast Pitch Softball is a non-profit organization based out of the Hampton Roads area in Southeastern Virginia. We are one of the oldest and longest running softball organizations in the area.

Sting Girls Fast Pitch is a structured organization administered by board members and hard working parents that volunteer to uphold organizational by-laws and ensure the organization adheres to state regulations.

We proudly field competitive travel teams from ages 1o to 18 regardless of race, creed, religion, national origin or ancestry. Our teams are well funded with bingo revenues and generous donations from our sponsors. Our teams compete nationally at the highest level across several sanctioned softball associations up and down the east coast.

The goal is to teach, coach and guide young ladies in the fundamentals of fast pitch softball, team play, and good sportsmanship. We instill maturity and personal growth within a positive environment both on and off the field helping girls achieve their highest competitive level of fast pitch softball so they are better prepared to succeed at a higher standard in high school, college, and life.
About Virginia Sting Girls Fast Pitch Softball
Parent/Player Rep: Charlene Cramer
Ways & Means:
Facilities Coordinator:
Equipment Manager:
Marketing Coordinator:
Asst. Bingo Coordinator: Stephanie Barbe
18U “Gold” Showcase : Scott Haley
16U: Clinton Presson
12U: Heath Cataulin
10U: Brian Koonce
Virginia Sting Girls Fast Pitch Softball Board Members
Virginia Sting Girls Fast Pitch Softball Head Coaches
President: Kara Haley
Vice President: Sara Throckmorton
Secretary: Kimberly Cataulin
Treasurer: Staci Lockhart
Bingo Treasurer: Kelly Bailey
Bingo Coordinator: Jennine Rutledge
Softball Operations: Scott Haley
Southside
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HS: Terry Palmer
14U: Chris Hansen
12U: William Jefferson
Lynchburg