ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
STRENGTH | PERSEVERANCE | MINDSET
The National Softball Organization “Firecrackers” has expanded to Colorado bringing a well-respected name as well as the Firecrackers founding core values. Our motto “Play with Honor” is taught at every level with in the Firecrackers organization. It is who we are and what our teams are built on.
After our first successful year we have built on the momentum created from the 2014/15 season of competitive softball. Putting Colorado on the map by having well respected and highly competitive teams that not only compete at a high level locally, but also on the National stage. If you are interested in becoming part of a great organization please visit our teams website for more information.
Director - Colorado Firecrackers & Head Coach
Randy has been a competitive softball coach for 15 years. He played in Colorado’s semi pro baseball league as a pitcher, catcher, and 3rd basemen for the Denver Zephers.
He has a love for the game and takes great pride in teaching young ladies the game of softball, and how to “Play With Honor”. Randy believes in constructive criticism, discipline, and treating his players with respect while teaching them how to respect the game and each other.
He has taken great pride in placing all of his players at the next level. He believes in doing the little things the right way. That you have to fail to win and you have to appreciate the tough losses to learn how to enjoy the great wins. Randy has taken his teams to National recognition coming out of a smaller region and looks forward to growing softball for all athletes no matter where they play.
Randy takes great pride in getting to speak on behalf of the Rocky Mountain Region for both players and coaches as the commissioner of the Rocky Mountain Fastpitch League.
College: Devry University
Favorite Fastpitch Moment
When our team competed in the Fireworks in Colorado and finished 5th in the Gold division. At the time it was the highest any team from Colorado had finished for that age group. Our girls had local stories written about them from the local media, and really just put my athletes on the map from that point. From that team we had 5 go on to play Division 1 softball and several others at high level Division 2 schools.