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    Clutch Sports Information

    KMLFC has partnered with a BRAND NEW facility for indoor/off season practices. 

    Clutch Sports, located at 1012 Main St. in Mukwonago. Same building as Accent on Dance Studio (Please pull to the back of the building)

    All coaches, players, and any parents who may be helping at practices will need to fill out a waiver before coming to Clutch Sports. Please make sure this is done ASAP. 

    Waiver for Clutch Sports

    Practices will be held January 3rd through March 31st. Those times will be added to the Sports Engine Calendar and communicated by your coaches as well. 

    A few things about Clutch Sports:

    • All equipment is provided. ( Pitching Machines, Machine Balls, L- Screens, Home Plate and Batter Box Mats, Tees and Nets, Retractable Cages, Bases and Cones,and Bluetooth Stereo. 

    • NO METAL CLEATS

    • No Gum or Seeds or liquids other than water.

    • Any players using the pitching machines must wear helmets.

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    KMLFC bat girls @ Kettle Moraine Varsity Fastpitch games

    2 bat girls per game

    Games start at either 4:30 or 5:00 PM so please be there 15 minute early to receive instructions, get your t-shirt, and meet the team.

    Bat girls will receive a bat girl t-shirt and retrieve bats from field for Varsity team (only one t-shirt per player per season so if you are a repeat at anytime you must bring your t-shirt you received the 1st time)

    They must bring their Club batting helmet and it must be worn when going on to field.

    They can sit in the dugout with the team during game.

    Please sign up for one spot only initially as we only have 20 spots available.

    ALL games are on the KM Varsity softball field.

    https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094ea4aa2da7f49-kmlfc

     

    Kettle Moraine Laser Fastpitch Club

    The Kettle Moraine Lasers Fastpitch Club is the premier Select Youth Organization serving the Waukesha County area to include the following communities of Delafield, Dousman, Genesee, North Prairie, Wales, Waukesha, Hartland, Pewaukee, and more.

    We work closely with the Kettle Moraine High School coaching staff to develop and prepare our players for the KM High School program.

    Club News

    First KMLFC Scholarship Recipient

    By Michelle Dinnauer 08/18/2021, 10:00am CDT

    Congratulations to KM High School Senior, Katie Cervenka, who received the first ever KM Lasers Fastpitch Scholarship.  Katie was a former KM Jr. Laser player and has continued to contribute to the organization as an assistant coach over the past few years.  We wish Katie and all of the KM Softball seniors as they start a new chapter.


    MISSION STATEMENT

    It is the mission of the Kettle Moraine Lasers Fastpitch Club (“KMLFC”) to develop skilled and passionate athletes who conduct themselves with integrity and respect, representing the Kettle Moraine community in a positive manner and become leaders on and off the field. It is also the goal of the club to serve the community by providing talented, prepared athletes who will be an asset to the high school programs.

    KMLFC PHILOSOPHY

    The KMLFC is a club Softball program for girls ages 6 to 19 that demonstrate advanced skills for their respective age level. We are committed to the development and teaching of Softball fundamentals and we desire to provide a positive team experience while learning the skills physically and mentally required to participate at a high level of competition.

    Our program will emphasize hard work, hustle, dedication and teamwork to achieve our goals. With this, our ballplayers will be in a position for success as a player and individual.

    The KMLFC wants our ballplayers and parents to enjoy the game. Sportsmanship, respect, dedication, team play, hard work, and fun are the cornerstones of our program. The KMLFC will play in both regular season league games and tournament games. The KMLFC will always have the best interest of its player’s long term future at heart and will not compromise this interest for any reason.

    As a club program, equal playing time is not a mandate, but encouraged at the younger levels along with rotations to a variety of positions. Even at the advanced levels, reasonable effort will be made to have each athlete participate in every game. Playing time will be determined by the coaches based on a variety of factors including attendance at practices and games, performance, work ethic, attitude and coaches’ overall evaluation.




    Kelly  Donaldson

    Kelly Donaldson

    Community Education Coordinator

    Phone: 262-968-6300