Thanks for visiting our website. At EFPOA, we have the following goals:
To further the interests of fast pitch softball and officiating the game.
To assist officials, coaches and players to acquire a strong knowledge of the playing rules of fast pitch softball.
To promote uniformity in the mechanics, interpretation and application of rules.
To provide training, clinics and game assignments for members.
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EFPOA Scholarship: The winner of the 2014 EFPOA scholarship is student athlete Michelle Brincefield of Skyview High School. Congratulations to Ms. Brincefield on her award. The members of EFPOA wish her well in her future studies.
The EFPOA_Scholarship_Info-Application is available now!! If you have any questions please email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find the application under the Documents section of the site.
Interested in becoming an Umpire? New umpire training for the 2014 season has ended. If you are interested in becoming an umpire for the 2015 high school and/or ASA season, please email us with your contact information and we’ll get you started! Training begins January 2015. email@example.com
We would like to hear from you! We welcome and encourage your feedback – please send your comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org. All information will be kept confidential and used to make our association better!
All New officials: if you are planning to work High School games this year you need to get all your paperwork in before you will get a game. You can find the paperwork under GENERAL DOCUMENTS. They will be highlighted in RED.
All Members should complete an EFPOA INFORMATION SHEET if you have not filled one out before or have done something postseason since the last time you filled out the form.
VGSA rainout number: (360) 699 – 0664
We would like to thank and congratulate the the following umpires who were awarded high school state tournaments in 2014 to represent EFPOA:
Dennis Schodt was on 3rd base for the semi-final game and then 1st base on the championship game for the 3A which was held in Lacey.
George Floyd worked the semi final game at first base and then the 3 & 4th place game behind the plate. George went to the 1B-2B state tournament in Yakima.
Chuck Perine was awarded the the 4A tournament in Spokane.
Mike Buskuhl was awarded the 2A state tournament.
We will update their highly anticipated championship round success stories as soon as they contact us.