Bombers Fastpitch Expands Into West Virginia

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Bombers Fastpitch Organization is extremely pleased to announce that we are expanding to the state of West Virginia. Please welcome the WV Dusters to the Bomber Nation! We are excited to welcome the players, coaches, and their families to the Bombers Fastpitch Organization.

Since this team was put together in the fall of 2017, they have an amassed record of 145-36-6 overall and during a stretch from 2019 into 2020 they won 6 straight tournament championships including 2 World Series Championships!

Head Coach – Ricky Adkins, has 14 years of coaching experience in fastpitch softball and coached baseball for 4 years before that. Coach Adkins has coached Little League, High School, and Travel Softball winning multiple WV State Championships, as well as a Winter and a Summer Division “A” World Series Championship.

Coach Adkins has put together a strong group of assistant coaches to support the team. Devon Smith – Has proudly served for 22 years in the military and has 8 years softball coaching experience with 6 years of travel ball. Robert Cooper Has coached softball for 11 years with 8 years of travel ball experience. Rudy Moulder has 8 years of experience coaching travel softball.

This strong coaching staff will continue to train and develop the players with the help of the Bombers and play a competitive schedule of top showcases and events throughout the US. The Bombers will also assist with recruiting, player performance, and coaches workshops. Players will benefit from deep discounts from Bomber Sponsors including, Easton, Blackstar Athletics, New Balance, Hyper-Graphics, and Bownet.

Please join me in welcoming them to the Bomber Family!

About Bombers Fastpitch: The Bombers are a Junior Olympic Fastpitch Softball Program headquartered in New Braunfels, TX, that began competition in 2001. The Bombers provide elite softball players the opportunity to pursue collegiate scholarships and to compete at the highest levels. Now located in nineteen states (Texas, Louisiana, Arizona, Alabama, Colorado, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas, Minnesota, Georgia, Kansas, Ohio, Indiana, California, and West Virginia) the Bomber organization and its players are committed to demonstrating leadership in community involvement and professionalism. Follow the Bombers at

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