As you know, non-profit organizations such as ours rely on community partners including friends, family and small businesses to help us continue to offer a top level softball experience and effective college preparatory program for over 400 athletes each year. Every Holiday season, we host our annual organization fundraiser which is the one opportunity per year to call on our supporters to sponsor our worthwhile cause.
Please support our teams and athletes by buying raffle tickets this year! We will be drawing for awesome prizes worth $25- $500, and a grand prize worth over $1000!! Over a dozen winners will be selected on December 22nd and we will LIVE STREAM our drawing on our Facebook page. (Time of live stream TBD)
A portion of the proceeds from our fundraiser will help to kick off our Ohana Student Athlete Scholarship Fund which will award several Ohana Senior athletes with scholarships this coming Spring and for future Tigers in the years to come.
This holiday season, you can be an Ohana All-Star and purchase a ticket or two and know that your donation will be put to good use!!! Click here to buy tickets.
2020 has been a crazy year for everyone, especially our 2021 student athletes. Through the struggles, we continue to push on and do our best to keep our game sharp and strive to get to the next level. Congratulations to these Ohana ladies for signing to study and compete at the collegiate level! We are so proud of you and we look forward to celebrating with more 2021 signees in the future.
Kristalyn "Kris" Romulo, class of 2021, Gahr High School, Cerritos, CA
Preparation and poise. Approach and response. Know what you want to do; know how to do it; know how to react to whatever results. Hitters heed: how you go about your business and how you react to what happens to you both are, theoretically within the boundaries of your control. What happens to you (results), are not.
Learn the difference – and learn how to manage what you are allowed to manage. The famous poem by Rudyard Kipling says in part, “If you can keep your head, when all about you are losing theirs…” The poem ends saying, “If you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds’ worth of distance, yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it, and – which is more – you’ll be a man, my son!”