One Last Opportunity Left to try out for 222’s Fastpitch Winter Teams (14U/16U/18U) – Melfort Aug 27-28th


The Pilot Butte weekend was a success, and we had some great talent out with the intention to make one of our 222’s Fastpitch Winter Teams. The fabulous weather definitely brought out the best in the kids.

With one successful camp under our belts, that leaves kids with one last opportunity to try out for one of our Winter Teams. The Melfort Try-out camp takes place this upcoming weekend, August 27th and 28th at Melfort’s Spruce Haven Ball Park. If you have not yet registered, and would like an opportunity to make one of these teams, head to to register now.


222’s Fastpitch’s Pilot Butte Instructional-Tryout Camp Starts Tomorrow!

Today is the last day to register for our 222’s Fastpitch Pilot Butte Instructional Camp!

Registration starts at 9am, and the camp will get started around 930am.

We are looking forward to the weekend, as we have a great group of Instructors, and participants ready to go!

See you all tomorrow!

Also, good luck to our Saskatchewan U14 and U16 Teams presently in the Canadian National Softball Championships. The 14’s are in Winnipeg, while the 16’s are in Montreal. Good luck to all teams!image

Great Day 1 for our Sask Teams at U16 National Championships in Montreal!

After Day one, all three of our Saskatchewan teams are undefeated!

Lumsden Cubs won their first game 4 – 0 over Alberta 3, with a great Pitching performance by one of our 222’s players, Sarah Beatty. Sarah threw a complete game 4 hitter for the shutout win.

The Southeast Hawks also won their only game of the day over the Host Quebec Team, 2-1 in a nail biter. Pitching was also the deciding factor in this one, with the Hawks sending three 222’s players to the mound. Joelle Lamontagne started, throwing the first 3 innings, striking out four. Jorde Chartrand, threw the next 3 innings, giving up 1 run on 1 hit, while striking out three batters. Chantel Sullivan retired the last three outs of the game for the Save.

The Saskatoon Phantoms played two games today, winning both as well. In the first game, the Phantoms defeated Quebec #2, 7-6 in a very close game. 222’s chucker Jayden Montana came in to close out the final 4 innings in this one and was given the game’s MVP Award. In the Phantom’s second game of the day, Montana started in the Pitching Circle. Easily the most exciting game of the tournament thus far. The Phantom’s pulled it out in the 2nd extra inning, to win 3-1 in 9 innings. The line on Montana; 9 innings pitched, 1 unearned run, 6 strike-outs for the win. Payton Allen had a huge day at the plate, going 4 for 5.

Congrats to all three Saskatchewan Teams, but so proud of our 222’s Players! Keep the run going, and good luck the rest of the way!


All-Star Awards at the 2016 U18 Canadian Championships!

There are two teams representing Saskatchewan at the 2016 National Championships in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; the Saskatoon Selects and the Regina Kaos. 222’s Fastpitch is represented by nine players, spread throughout these two Saskatchewan teams, and four more with the Alberta and Manitoba teams.

The round robin ended on Friday, with some special honors going to a couple of our 222’s Fastpitch Alumni. Kim Vibert and Taylor Maidment made the All-Star team posting impressive numbers throughout the week.

2016 All Star Team
  • Catcher:  Maria Palmegiani
  • Pitcher:  Amy Claydon
  • First Base:  Kate Fergusson
  • Second Base:  Allyse Volpe
  • Third Base:  Taylor Maidment
  • Short Stop:  Danielle deRuiter
  • Outfielder:  Kori Gryda
  • Outfielder:  Kim Vibert
  • Outfielder:  Maria Seminario
  • Utility:  Brooke Turka

The Playoff Round has begun, so good luck to all our 222 Girls! We will be following along at

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Canadian Champion – Brielle McCullough!

The Saskatoon G-Force are 2016 U21 National Champions! A Hugh Congratulations to the player and coaches of this year’s team. A huge 1-0 Win with the run coming in the bottom of the 7th to win it. A great way to end a special week of ball.


One of our 222’s Fastpitch Instructors was a big part in making this Championship happen. Brielle McCullough had an amazing tournament. Brielle was the tournament’s top hitter after the Round Robin, batting a blistering .667. Brielle pounded out 16 hits in 24 at bats to earn the top hitter honors. Congrats on a great week Brielle; there will be many more to come!


222’s Fastpitch Programs are Filling up FAST!!



222’s Fastpitch is geared up for its 3rd Winter in Business! And Programs are filling up fast!

Winter Training North is now Full – Any Registrations to come in now, will be put on a waiting list.

Winter Training South is still taking registrations. We have approx 10 spots remainig, so DO NOT WAIT to register. Click on this link to Register:

Winter Teams (14U/16U/18U) – Tryout Camps are filling up very quickly, so be sure to get registered for either Pilot Butte Camp (August 20th – 21st, 2016) or Melfort Camp (August 27th-28th, 2016). Keep in mind, you do not need to be trying out for a Winter Team to attend the camp. The link to Register for either Pilot Butte and/or Melfort is:



222’s Fastpitch – Winter Teams 2016-2017

If you are wanting to play some ball down South this winter, maybe 222’s Fastpitch is an option for you! We have three teams traveling this winter; 18U (1998 – 1999), 16U (2000 – 2001), and 14U (2002 – 2005). This coming winter will be our third winter playing ball down where its warm, and we cannot wait! This year, the teams are traveling to Huntington Beach California, San Diego California, Las Vegas Nevada, and Phoenix Arizona.

In order to try-out for one of these teams, all you need to do is attend a try-out camp in August; Pilot Butte (8 mins from Regina) Aug 20-21, 2016 or Melfort Aug 27-28, 2016. Our camps are filling up fast, so register NOW!

For more information on Winter Teams, or any of our 222’s Fastpitch Programs, please check out our website located at or shoot us an email



Bulyea Rustlers Sr. A Provincial Champs 2016!

Bulyea Provincial A Champs

Congratulations to the 2016 Sr. A Provincial Champions, Bulyea Rustlers. This is Bulyea’s first ever St. A Provincial Championship. With the win, they are now off to Represent Saskatchewan at the Sr. A Canadian Championships August 29th – September 4th in Newfoundland. The tournament win was highlighted by an unbelievable performance by Pitcher, Scott Leiph. Scott pitched 6 of the 7 games played over the 3 days, with a dazzling 1.83 ERA. You will also see two familiar faces in this photo, your 222’s Fastpitch Instructors Dean Holoien and Troy Gordan. Congrats on a great weekend Rustlers!


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