The Rampage are wrapping up tryouts on Wednesday for their 12u, 14u and 16u teams.
DULUTH, Minn.- After disbanding just over a year ago, a surge of demand on social media brought the Rampage travel softball team back together.
With a lack of competitive softball in the Northland and many hours of travel to cities for practice, co-founder Stewart Goldberg decided it was time to give area ballplayers the opportunity to play at a higher level.
“It’s definitely missing here and you know, these parents that wanted to restart that and some of these other coaches that wanted to restart that, that’s what they’re looking for, they want to give the girls a path where they at least can start in higher-level club softball,” Goldberg says.
“I can’t wait to have another great season with my friends, you know, it’s my favorite thing in the world and I’m so grateful to have the opportunity,” says Rampage cheerleader Anna Hron.
The Rampage are wrapping up tryouts on Wednesday for their 12u, 14u and 16u teams and hope to get a tournament scheduled by September.