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It's Here! The 2015 CYA Firecracker Classic

Click the link below to see all tournament info including schedule, bracket play, rules, directions, etc...

2015 Firecracker Classic Tournament


Chiefs Fastpitch is having open tryouts for our new Chiefs '06 team

We have added an additional date for the '06 tryouts, this Wednesday June 17 at 5:30 PM.  Tryouts will be held at the Connetquot Youth Association Sports Complex, "Home of The Chiefs" located at 550 Easton Street, Ronkonkoma.  Tryouts start at 5:30 PM please be at the fields ready to go no later than 5:15 PM to allow time for registration.  Have all players show up with game ready gear.

Come be a part of something, don't just be a softball player, be a "Chief"



Private Tryouts!

If you could not make open tryouts and are still interested in having an individual tryout/workout with one of our teams, please contact us through email or the tryout form link on the left. All teams are always looking for dedicated ball players to fill out needed positions.




Chiefs Fastpitch are hosting the 2015 Firecracker Classic

Thank you to all the teams who participated in our 2014 Firecracker Classic. This year we are expanding our tournament and growing the reach of ASA Softball to Long Island.  We will be hosting this years tournament for 10U Softball on July 4-5 weekend and for 12U-18U Softball on the June 27-28 weekend. We are adding an 8U division, Coach Pitch to the June 27th weekend.  Please contact us for more info. This will be a sanctioned ASA Invitational tournament with the winner in each bracket winning a berth to the ASA Eastern Nationals.  Please click here for the tournament registration package.

Please click on the Fastpitch Tournament link to the left to see who is coming.



Chiefs Fastpitch Organization

 All Chiefs Fastpitch teams (8u-16u) are always looking for players.  Please contact us immediately for a workout/tryout with one of our teams.  Fill out the tryout form on the left by using the tryout form link or email at coachtomk10@verizon.net.  



Play for Chiefs Fastpitch

 Chiefs Fastpitch is a dedicated and serious Fastpitch Softball organization that puts emphasis on player dedication, skills learning, commitment, and teamwork. The coaching staff consists of highly experienced, dedicated, state certified softball coaches. We have relationships with many local professional trainers and coaches. We run a full year-round program that consists of league play, sanctioned tournaments in USSSA, ASA, NSA, and NJBL, as well as conduct indoor winter workouts with professional and college level trainers and coaches.

We have our own facility which any player/parent would be proud to call home. Our facility has multiple, newly renovated softball fields, bathrooms, parking, indoor training facility, concession stand, and more.

For an individual tryout for a Chiefs Fastpitch Team please contact Coach Tom at coachtomk10@verizon.net or use the Tryout link to the left and fill out an online tryout form.

Don't just be a softball player, be a Chief! 

Chiefs win the title for the cause.


Chiefs go to battle for the community again.  Come up with the biggest win of the season as the Chiefs do their part to Strikeout Cancer.  Chiefs participate in the Relay for Life walk and are pictured here with the awards received for being the team with the highest amount of donations as well as winning the same award for an individual.


Chiefs Fastpitch Helping Out The Community

Chiefs Fastpitch used our Halloween Havoc tournament as a platform to do greater things in the community. The Chiefs wore their Pink uniform shirts in honor of Octobers Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The girls helped in raising money for the Carol M. Baldwin Cancer Resarch Fund by setting up a pink hair extension booth and taking straight donations. The Chiefs raised nearly $1,000.00 dollars for the fund. Great job girls. A special Thank You to Danic Concrete for the Pink shirts.




Chiefs Fastpitch Helping Out The Community

The Chiefs continued their support of local needs by running a food drive to support a local food pantry. The girls organized, collected, and delivered hundreds of pounds of food to the St. Joseph Parish Outreach Food Pantry helping out many of our local neighbors in need. It's great to see these girls continue to get it done on and off the field. Great job girls, another huge victory for our neighbors on Long Island.