Bret Harte Middle School
San Jose Unified Schools
San Jose Unified Schools
Bret Harte Middle School > Softball Girls 6th-8th ES
Coach: Nola Engfelt
Nola is beginning her first year as softball coach at Bret Harte. She has coached 7th and 8th grade basketball in the past for Bret Harte. Nola has been coaching softball in the Almaden valley area for 6 yrs and comes with over 20 years of playing experience.
Nola has coached numerous sports in the past such as: volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, and track & field. She has coached various ages from preschoolers to seniors. Currently she is coaching GU12 soccer with AVYSL. Nola was a PE teacher for 4 years before choosing to stay home with her son, Ryan, who is now 4 yrs old. Nola aslo has experience as a basketball referee. She referred women’s high school and small college basketball when she lived in Oregon for several years. Nola has played numerous sports and activities since she was 8 yrs. old and continues to play some today.
The Fall softball league plays with modified pitching rules. The windmill pitch is not allowed nor is stealing or bunting. The games are competitive and fun. Softball skills are focused on as is team building and strategy. The team is a representative of Bret Harte and is expected to foster The Bronco Attitude.
The team typically carries up to 15 players with 10 in the field at a time. Games and practices are Monday-Thursday running through October with tryouts in late August.
Go Bret Harte Softball!
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