Venom Fastpitch


*Quote of the Month
“It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters” ~Bear Bryant~




Welcome visitors and parents,
Thanks for visiting our website and I encourage you to sign in on our guestbook and use this tool to help encourage our girls. Parents and players can also use our message board and chat rooms. We are based out of Central Ohio. We are dedicated to teaching our young athletes the fundamental skills needed to play at the highest levels of competition. As well as teaching them leadership skills and life lessons needed to deal with life challenges. Goal oriented... Always looking for dedicated athletes to join our team. We commit personal time to one on one hitting & pitching instruction at no charge to our players. We are committed to the development of our players. We practice year around and have access to an indoor facility at no charge. I'm a 19 year Army Veteran that provides well organized, well planned training and practices. We stay current on all the new skills and drills being taught at all levels. There is no better game than Girls Fastpitch Softball and I'm honored to be apart of it!! If you are interested in joining our team, please contact me for information on tryouts.

Thanks again,
Coach Rick

Recent Announcements

  • Vintage Baseball Game Good Morning All Supports: As many of you know the Southwest Community Leadership Program and Team Legacy have paired up with The Ohio Village Muffins to put on an exhibition vintage baseball fundraising match to benefit the Jackson and Norton Middle School’s baseball field renovation project. We would greatly appreciate your help by forwarding the attached flyer to your centers of influence in an effort to help us promote such a wonderful and worthwhile event. If you would like a colored printout to place in your school/office please let me know and I will be sure to get it to you. Please feel free to have anyone contact me directly with any questions about the project or the ...
    Posted Mar 15, 2013, 12:49 PM by Rick Asher
  • Ruby Tuesday GiveBack Ruby Tuesday Community GiveBack Program Updated 3/14/2013 Venom has been approved to host a GiveBack Event. Please see below for the information concerning your event. RUBY TUESDAY OF GROVE CITY on... Thursday 4/11/2013 Thursday 4/18/2013 Thursday 5/1/2013 Thursday 5/8/2013 Thursday 5/15/2013 Thursday 5/22/2013 Ruby Tuesday Community GiveBack Program will contribute 20% of net sales from guests that bring in the flyer for the Venom GiveBack event. Coupons/discounts are not permitted. Tax/gratuity not included. Gift card purchases are excluded and catering orders are not permitted. View the GiveBack flyer here
    Posted Mar 14, 2013, 2:51 PM by Venom Ohtwo
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  • Swing Level….or NOT! Swing Level….or NOT!By: Cindy BristowI’ll bet you’ve heard you should “swing level”. Well, is this hitting fact or hitting fiction? It’s important you know the truth when it comes to hitting and outscoring your opponents. Myths are everywhere in softball so make sure you know the truth about whether you should have a level swing.Making sure you Swing Level is one of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to hitting and yet one of the most often repeated pieces of hitting advice. As a player it’s vital that you learn what really happens during the swing – and whether it really is level.I know it’s scary to challenge such a long ...
    Posted Mar 15, 2013, 10:05 AM by Kerry Maher
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Venom Mission Statement
Venom Organization is committed to molding great young athletes into champions, on the field and in the community.  Our team goal is to be ranked among the top of teams athletically and in regards to exemplary sportsmanship.  In order to achieve our goals, each athlete must dedicate themselves to hard work and discipline through these basic rules:
1. Be on time
2. Be aware you ALWAYS represent the Venom Organization
3. Work hard outside of practice as individuals (do something every day for the benefit of your team)
4. Volunteer in your local community
5. Always be respectful, especially when you find it difficult

The discipline and work habits we learn from our softball experiences will extend into our daily lives.  The success we achieve from our hard work and perseverance through adversity will teach life lessons that will extend far beyond the diamond.  We believe that our greatest contribution is in teaching young people the values of competition: to make a commitment, to work hard, to strive for excellence, to sacrifice to make the team better, and to be the best you can be as a person and as an athlete.


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"If you are going to be a champion, 
you must be willing to pay a greater price."
-- Bud Wilkinson