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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Congratulations to the Umpires who have made the State Tournament:
1A: Darrin Leggett
2A: David Williams
3A: Nick Haluschak
4A: Chuck Perine
We know you’ll represent the association with pride
In case you’re out and about and would like to go to a district tournament:
1A: May 17 in Centralia
2A: May 18th & 19th in Longview
3A: May 19th & 20th in Tacoma/Sprinkler
4A: May 19th & 20th in Kent
4A: May 13th in Battle Ground at the High School 1 game.
For more information contact a board member!
Monday, June 5th 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Club Green Meadows, 7703 NE 72nd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98661
Founders Award – Ralph Frame, Faye Sanders, Chuck Bell, Ike Vilhauer.
Volunteer Award – Scott Smith
Alumni Award – Kim (“Smith”) Anthony
We at EFPOA would like to congratulate Autumn Beck of Fort Vancouver High School for winning the 2016 scholarship. We wish her success in her future.
It’s here the 2017 Scholarship application!!
Interested in becoming an Umpire? If you are interested in becoming an umpire for the 2017 high school and/or ASA season, please email us with your contact information and we’ll get you started! Training will begin in January 2017. email@example.com
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 lost Rick Kincaid in 2016. He will be missed.
We may have lost Steve Fuller but he will not be forgotten:
Rick Kincaid checking out his new high school shirt!