We are a traveling All-Star softball Club. Our teams range in age and experience. Players range from 10 to 18 years of age. We have 2 different level teams in our program. A Gray Level and Black Level.
BLACK: Black level teams are comprised of players that have a strong desire to play at the highest levels. These teams will compete at the Local and Regional level. Expect less time and travel commitment. Teams have a high emphasize on skill and technique development.
GRAY: Gray level teams are comprised of players that are more experienced and considered elite level players. They compete at the Local, State and National level. These teams have a higher level of time and travel committed to the sport. They practice, play and compete at the highest levels.
Fort Summer Blaze
16u Gray Silver Bracket Champions
Congratulations Ladies and Coaches
16u Gray Champions!
Congratulations and great job ladies and coaches!
16u Gray- 2nd Place
2018 Class “A” Wisconsin USA 18u Championships
Up 3-1 in middle of the 4th inning. A storm rolls in and they cancel the game. After 4 days of hard fought battles we ended up with 2nd place due to runs scored against us in previous bracket games. We were so close to a State Title!!!
Congratulations Rock River Stixs 18u Gray.
Stix 14u Gray- 2nd Place
Another Championship game for the 14u Gray Team! Taking 2nd place at the Fort Summer Blaze tournament. Very competitive field of 14u teams on this HOT weekend of softball. Super Proud of these girls and coaches!!! Way to go team! Stix Pride!
Stix 18u Gray– 2nd Place. Pekin, Illinois Indoor Tourney
Stix 16u -KG took 2nd place at the Janesville Cyclone Clash. Lost 4-2 in Championship but outscored their opponents 36-10 on the Weekend! Great Job Ladies. Great Job Coaches
Wisconsin NSA 16u State Champions!
Congratulations Stix 16u Gray -JK
Went undefeated on the weekend!
2017 St. Louis Recruit Revolution: Stix 16u Gray -Jk went 7-1 at the National Showcase in St. Louis, MO June 30 – July 3rd. Outscored opponents 67-21. Fantastic Job Ladies! Way to represent Wisco!
NAFA Northern Nationals Qualifier– June 16-18th 2017. Champions! Stix 16u Gray -JK.
Went undefeated 6-0. Great Team Win Ladies.
NAFA Northern Nationals Qualifier– 2nd Place Silver Bracket- Congratulations 14u Black. Nice Job!
14u Black 2017 South Side Invitational Champions
Snow Ball Classic, Pekin, ILL– 16u Gray -KG wins CHAMPIONSHIP! 4-1 on the weekend and redeemed their only loss to the Charleston Chill by defeating them in finals 5-3. Great Job Ladies! Great Job Coaches! Congratulations on a fantastic weekend of softball. You made us proud! Stix Pride!
*not pictured is Lexi Topel and Morgan Clifford
Wisconsin Twisters Fall Brawl- Congratulations to 16u Gray -KG on their rain shorten championship. 3-0 on the weekend and outscored opponents 31-0. Nice Work Ladies!!
ASA National Qualifier in Chicago, Ill. Rock River Stix 16u Gray-JK CHAMPIONS! Went undefeated on the weekend. Outscored opponents 33-8. Congratulations ladies on an amazing fall season. Missing in photo is Julia Winters.
St. Louis National Showcase- Stix 16u Gray-Jk Went 4-1 on the weekend. Lost 5-0 to Oklahoma Force, Won 14-1 to Windy City Ice, Won 4-1 to Southern Exposure, Won 13-1 to Wheatland Spikes, Won 7-3 to St. Louis Prospects. Amazing Job Ladies!
2016 Fall Showdown Champions! Congratulations Stix 16u Gray -Jk on a great Championship Win! Great Job Ladies.
Stix Girls Playing High School Ball
Rock River Stix Girls playing High School Ball.
Left to Right: Mackenzie Kramer, Sara Vander Mause, Amber Mussey, Natalie Bosch, Taylor Romens, Tess Baker, Mackenzie Terrill, Kastyn Hebbe, Lexi Sheridan, Emily Huerta, Rachael Rogers, Emily Veenhuis
It was an honor and a pleasure to have been a part of a hitting clinic with Bruce and the Rock River Stix program. Bruce and his staff were very welcoming and they are focused on building a great program. What I noticed working with them for a day was two things: the love of the game and the care for development. Their coaches care about learning and understanding how to teach; their athletes care about fundamental development; and their program is realistic on educating both players and parents on higher education and softball. Thank you for your dedication!– Lynn Anderson - Assistant Softball Coach, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh