Last Updated: May 20, 2015
2015 SPRING ROSTER
#1- Emma Hawthorne
#2- Anika Barbosa
#4- Lorin Reue
#5- Tori Perkins
#7- Kiara Ross
#8- Mae Jones
#9- Haley Durden
#10- Ki'audra "KK" Hayter
#11- Sister Green
#14- Jayden Mount
#15- JLo Rawls
Coach Anthony Springer
Coach Chris Durdan
Looking forward to a great season. Great talent and great opportunities.
For INDIVIDUAL player information,
Congrats to the following players:
Kelsie "Boom" Fairbanks signed with Weatherford
Alyssa "Ali-Kat" Galaz signed with Texas Women's Univ
Ashleigh "Bobblehead" Crone-signed with Hutchinson Kansas
Danielle Gregory- signed with McClendon College
Brittney Johnson-signed with Southern Arkansas Univ
Alex Mayfield- signed with St Edwards Univ
Jasmin Gipson who signed with Southern Arkansas Univ
There are a couple of open spots on the GOLD team. Please go to our organization website and complete an application: www.sneakycleats.com
So proud of you! Great 2012 season . Can't wait to see what 2013 holds.
Went to Pennsbury NFCA Showcase and had a flawless record beating some of the major clubs in the East Coast. So proud of you ladies.Colorado or Bust! Triple CrownShowcaseAfter a shaky start and 2 broken thumbs, the girls were able to pull it back together with a strong finish in top 10 out of 230 of the best teams. Great job!!
Nationals-Chattanooga or Bust!!
Our Chattanooga run was a HUGE success. We won our first game, then ended in the losers bracket. Our girls were determined and had some more fight left in them. After 13 games we ended our journey with 9th place out of 174 teams. Wow!! So proud of you girls.!
VA High Voltage- 0 SC- 3 WIN
TN Chattanooga Force- 5 SC- 2 LOST
CA Grapettes-2 SC- 13 WIN
GA Fire-5 SC-7 WIN
IN Shockwave-4 SC-10 WIN
OH Cincy Doom-0 SC-2 WIN
CA Corona Angels-1 SC-7 WIN
TN Mustangs-1 SC-2 WIN
MN Sting-3 SC-4 WIN
TN Fury-1 SC-6 WIN
TX Bombers-7 SC-6 LOST
Sneaky Cleats win Texas ASA State Championship, again!!
1st place-Sneaky Cleats-Springer
2nd place-Sneaky Cleats-Mean Green
World Series Champions
Sneaky Cleats' Ladies celebrated their 2010 accomplishments. After having a remarkable season of 68-6 they captured numerous 14u "A" titles including Texas ASA/USA State Champions and USFA World Series Champions which was held in Panama City Beach, FL. They finished the season by competing in multiple Showcase Tournaments beating some very well known and talented Gold ball clubs.
We are extremely proud of our ladies both on and off the dirt. Many of you have received academic honors as well while representing your home towns and East Texas as a whole.
And most of all, I am proud of the fact that you love and respect the game and you competed with your christian values intact. You are remarkable young ladies and athletes and I am proud to be your coach.
Good luck in 2011 during your high school season and I look forward to picking up where we left off in the spring on our road to ASA/USA 16u A National Championship Chattanooga, TN
July 31-Aug 6, 2011
left to right: Head Coach-Anthony Springer, Jasmin Gipson, Alex Mayfield, Brittney Johnson, Ali Galaz, Kelsie Fairbanks, Mayor Barbara Bass, Morgan Dison, Ashleigh Crone, Katie McElroy, Krisit/Coco Springer and Asst Coach-Gary Crone.
Cleats go undefeated and win
Texas ASA 14u "A" State!
Way to represent their
hometown andEast Texas!!
#3- Ali-Kat Mineola
#4- Elvis Beaumont
#5- Coco Tyler
#7- BW, Happy, DK, Prancer Nacogdoches
#8- Mo Tatum/Hallsville
#11- Boom Whitehouse
#12- FedX Boogie Mineola
#14- Bobblehead Whitehouse
#15- Jaz Van
Our first tournament in Henderson ended on a positive note. After a loss to Storm ELite from LA, we came back and beat Anderson Express. Then met up with Storm Elite again. It was a tough game and Bailey Boo did an awesome job holding us off. However, after double ITB Cleats came back and won. Everyone did their job and SC99 cheered us on. Way to go!!!!!!!!
Thanks for picking up with us Kara, Gator, Mo and Brook!
2009 Ronald McDonald Tournament
Congratulations on a good first year as a 14u team. We have a lot to be proud of: Texas State Champs, top 9 finish at the World Series. Not bad for a first year team. No doubt, we coud have finished even beter than we did but that's how the ball bounces literally .Thank you girls so much for the hard work. Now we move up to 2nd year 14u and we will be one of the Big Dogs. I know we all had high hopes for a top finish at World and fell short but you guys were not intimidated by any team and gave all the older teams all they wanted.
As for this fall and next year I am excited about having a new sister team. So now we have a '94, '95 and now a '99 team. All 3 teams are strong and will represent East Texas and Sneaky Cleats well. Also we will have some new girls that will be joning us at practice and at our tournaments. Some of these girls will bring us to a new level of play and team work.
SC'95 takes Shreveport
November 16, 2008
SC'95 takes Shreveport
SC'95 takes USFA National Qualifier
August 27, 2008
ASA Texas 12u "A" State
USSSA 14u State Runner-ups
McKinney 12u "A"
** New Dating Policy **
Far too many of you girls are referring to boys as boyfriends. So we felt is was necessary to implement a new policy. Attached, find the required application for all prospective boyfriends. This form must be filled out completely. It must be turned into Coach Anthony for processing. Failure to follow instructions will cause your application to be destroyed and you will not be allowed to apply again for another 7 years.
They are not your boyfriend until they have completed the application and have been approved.
Application can be found on left menu under - DATING APPLICATION!
CBS 19 vs Sneaky Cleats '95
July 8, 2006
Sneaky Cleats '95 began in the fall of 2002 as a 6 and under team. Over the years, we have developed into one of the top 10 and under teams in Texas.
Our goal is to provide the framework for our girls to become not only strong ballplayers, but Christian-like role models for their peers while playing tournament ball and by providing support to our team while advancing to the State and National levels also by playing against the very best competition in the sport. Our girls learn respect for God, country, family, coaches, their team mates and their selves. Our girls strive to give back to the community by volunteering for Children's Donor Awarness Program, providing Toys for Tots, visiting Convalescent and Retirement homes, food drives and pick up trash in the neighborhood parks.
As a club, we pride ourselves by always showing class and good sportsmanship both on and off the field. We continually ask for God's wisdom and grace to reflect in our lives so that we can make a difference.