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Last Updated 1/22/21 at 7:00AM

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No doubt that this is an uncharted time with the Covid-19 pandemic
  We hope all is well with your families as we are all hunkered down until we can get back to a more
normal life including softball. 
Please be SMART and follow current State and local COVID-19 Protocol. 
It is not worth taking uneccessary chances of your family being infected.
It will likely be a slow process of opening up to where groups of
people can safely interact again.  But until then, Stay Safe and we will get through this together.
  Until things get back to normal, we invite you to continue to post your team information in our Classified section.

  Hang Loose Showcase - Maui
Due to the current COVID -19 restrictions, the Maui Event is postponed.
More info to be posted soon

2021 USA Olympic Softball Team
We were all looking to be cheering on Team USA at the Olympics in Japan this Summer.
The Olympics are scheduled for 2021.
NorCal is certainly represented well with Monica Abbott (Salinas), Ali Aguilar (Orangevale)
Valerie Arioto (Pleasanton), Ally Carda (Elk Grove) and Bubba Nickles (Merced)
I have great memories of Ali Aguilar with the Folsom Flash and Ally Carda with Lady Magic
starting their softball careers playing in DFS events at Freedom Park.

Ali Aguilar at Freedom Park in 2017
Congratulations to Alyssa Nakken
During the A's vs Giants pre-season game on 7/20/20, Alyssa became the first on-field woman coach in MLB history.
Alyssa is from Woodland and started playing ball in 10U with Gabe Abelia and the CA Flames, spending
many weekends participating in DFS events at Freedom Park.

Thanks For The Memories
After 16 years, DF Softball is retiring from hosting softball events
We started running tournaments in 2002 and moved into our home fields at Freedoom Park in 2004
It has been my pleasure to have worked with so many coaches, parents, umpires and DFS staff over the years
and I would like to personally thank all of you for your friendship and support.
But our Biggest Reward at DFS has been to be a small part of so many player's softball life - to watch them
grow up from their first games at 10U, to being recruited at Showcases and for many to continue playing softball in college.
My connection with softball will continue as part of the staff of American Softball Academy Showcases.
We will continue to keep the DFS website updated so that you can post on our Classified Ads and provide ASAShowcases info.
But unfortunately, we can't serve our famous Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowls or Breakfast Burritos through our website.
Thanks Again For Being A Part Of DF Softball
Dennis Fong