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Moses Lake, Washington men’s fastpitch tournament in June

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Rick Kolda vs Generals

MOSES LAKE, Wash. – Make your plans early!! Attached are the informational flyers ML Flyer ’15 Hotel Flyer-1 for the 2015 “4th Annual K-Club Invitational,” on June 6-7.

As always, the tournament information packet and schedule will be sent out when we get a bit closer, but it’s never too early to make your hotel reservations and pay your entry fees!!

For payments details, call or email Rick Kolda at (360) 271-085 or rickeykolda@yahoo.com

For all other questions, call / text/ email/ or Facebook me.

Thanks guys, we’re looking forward to another fun weekend in BEAUTIFUL Moses Lake, WA.

ALSO: We are always looking for new teams to enter this tournament; please pass this information on to anyone who might be interested in brining a team, or who I might have forgotten to included in this email, thanks again!

Mike Kolda
K-Club Men’s Fastpitch
(509) 770-0886
mikekolda@hotmail.com

K-Club Men’s Fastpitch, gearing up for 2013

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

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Rick Kolda will be counted on to handle the catching duties as well as toe the rubber for the K-Club Men’s Fastpitch team of Moses Lake, Washington.

MOSES LAKE, WASH – Planning and plotting for improvement always rates tops as a ball club’s chief goal heading into a new season.

The 2013 K-Club men’s fastpitch team is no different.

But there’s just one thing. K-Club had a great season in 2012, so how much more can they improve? Well, with a few key additions, along with several returning veterans, maybe just enough to reach the top rung on the sport’s ladder of success: winning a national fastpitch championship.

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How they got started, and why they continue to play fastpitch softball

Monday, October 22nd, 2012


Rickey Kolda has worked hard to become a pitcher on the K-Club team based in the state of Washington.
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I thank God every day for letting me enjoy this game that I watched my dad playing, while I was growing up.” – Frank Hendrix III, Missoula, MT

BELFAIR, WA – Most people can recall a time, a place, an instance when something memorable happened in their lives. For many of us who play fastpitch softball, we remember the time, the place, and the circumstance that got us started in this sport that has become such an important and special part of our recreational lives.

Rickey Kolda of the K-Club men’s fastpitch team, asked a question on his Facebook page recently:

“To all men’s fastpitch players: how did you get introduced to fastpitch and why do you continue to play the game?”

The replies poured in manyfold. So I thought I would share those replies to Rickey’s question. Replies that bring back fond memories of how, why and when men young-and-old started playing the game we call fastpitch or fastball. And why they continue to play.

Ricky Kolda:

“I started like a lot of you by following my dad (Dan Kolda) from city to city watching him play fastpitch with my brother, and playing catch or throwing a tennis ball against the dugouts. I wasn’t introduced to the “other” softball game until I was 17. The main reason that I play is for the competition, the fast pace of the game, and the pitcher versus batter duels. It’s also pretty cool seeing my summer weekend family at different ballparks across Washington and Oregon.” (Rickey, Michael and their dad, Dan Kolda, started the K-Club team based in Washington.)

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