Berea-Midpark Girls Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 8
  • Conference Record: 8 - 7

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Softball Youth Clinic Flyer

The Titans Softball Program is putting on a youth camp. The date had to be changed due to lack of sign-ups. The new dates are July 18th and July 19th. There is an updated flyer attached to this post. I hope that this flyer is able to be read with all the information. I’m sorry

Softball Youth Clinic Date Change

The softball youth clinic that was scheduled for June 18th & 19th has been moved back to July 16th & 17th. The reason for changing the date is due to low pre-registration. Anyone that has already paid and pre-registered will be contacted by Coach Miner. Anyone that is interested in attending the camp can get

Five Titans Softball Players Recognized on All-SWC Team

The Southwestern Conference announced the All-SWC softball honorees for the 2018 season and in total, five athletes from the Berea-Midpark were recognized. Berea-Midpark All-SWC Selections First Team – Bridie Bricker Second Team – Ashley Boledovic, Tiana Card Honorable Mention – Mikhayla Hale, Miah Puchmajer

Youth Softball Clinic

Attention any girl ages 7-12 who is interested in building their softball skills. The Berea-Midpark softball program is holding their first youth clinic this summer. We are excited to work with the youth from our community and have fun learning the game of softball. Work on throwing, defense, pitching, hitting, and base running.  Please click

Softball Earns Tenth Seed in OHSAA Tournament

The Titans softball team earned the ten seed in the Avon Lake District of the 2018 OHSAA Tournament.  Berea-Midpark will open up on the road on Wednesday May 9th at Avon Lake High School as they battle the Shoregals.  First pitch is set for 5PM.  Good luck ladies, and go Titans!

Titans Sweep Normandy in Weekend Double Header

In it’s first annual “Strike Out Cancer” weekend, the Titans ended the day on a high note as it swept Normandy in double header action 14-4 in game one and 13-3 in game two. Senior Jamie Smith lead the Titans in the morning game, going two for four from the plate with four runs batted