picture of Ronald McDonald Tournament 2016

Completed, Oct 28-30, 2016
 

It's the 24th year of the TCS Ronald McDonald Tournament! FloSoftball will stream the event October 28-30 in Houston, Texas at the Scrap Yard. Ronald McDonald features some of the top talent in Texas with teams traveling from California, Kansas, and Oklahoma to compete.

  1. Emma and Olivia Guindon Rushed to the Hospital After Car Accident

    Emma and Olivia Guindon Rushed to the Hospital After Car Accident

    Nov 6, 2016

    On Friday, October 28, sisters Emma and Olivia Guindon were on their way to the the Scrap Yard to play in the Ronald McDonald Tournament in Conroe, Texas. Emma was making a turn when a truck reportedly crashed into the passenger side of their vehicle.
  2. Ronald McDonald Friday Softball Recaps

    Ronald McDonald Friday Softball Recaps

    Oct 29, 2016

    Ronald McDonald hosts the elite Texas teams with west coast teams heating up the competition on day one.
  3. TCS Ronald McDonald: How To Watch, Time, & Live Stream Info

    TCS Ronald McDonald: How To Watch, Time, & Live Stream Info

    Oct 27, 2016

    Here is all the information you need to know to watch the LIVE STREAM of the TCS Ronald McDonald tournament from October 28-30 in Houston, Texas.
  4. Kelcy Leach Talks Texas Tech, Family, And Rockford Peaches

    Kelcy Leach Talks Texas Tech, Family, And Rockford Peaches

    Oct 26, 2016

    Kelcy Leach, a catcher/third baseman on the Texas Sudden Impact and No. 75 in our final 2017 Hot 100 rankings, committed to Texas Tech on her Sweet Sixteen more than a year ago. Now, a senior at The Woodlands High School, she is gearing up for her move to Lubbock. She visited the campus and the team last weekend and the experience only confirmed that she made the right choice in schools.
  5. What to Watch for at Ronald McDonald

    What to Watch for at Ronald McDonald

    Oct 26, 2016

    The Scrap Yard in Conroe, Texas, hosts the Ronald McDonald Tournament from October 28-30, featuring some of the state's top talent and teams as well as a number of West Coast powerhouses making the the trip. FloSoftball will be LIVE streaming the 18U teams on Scrap Yard Iron fields 1-4. See Streaming Schedule
  6. FloSports Announces Launch of OTT Apps on Roku and Apple TV

    FloSports Announces Launch of OTT Apps on Roku and Apple TV

    Oct 11, 2016

    Austin, TX (Oct. 11, 2016) -- FloSports today announced new apps available on the Roku and Apple TV platforms that will give consumers direct access to its live events, documentaries, studio shows, highlights and other original video content across its network of sites. Using the Cisco Infinite Video Platform, FloSports now offers a complete multi-screen experience for the millions of sports fans it serves each month.
  7. David Mercado Forms New Softball Organization

    David Mercado Forms New Softball Organization

    Sep 23, 2016

    David Mercado confirms with FloSoftball that he is branching off from Bruce Richardson and the So Cal Athletics to form his own organization.
  8. BREAKDOWN: Inside the 2020 Hot 100

    BREAKDOWN: Inside the 2020 Hot 100

    Sep 19, 2016

    You've seen our full list of the top 100 players in the class of 2020, but do you know which club team had the most Hot 100 players? How about how many states are represented in the Hot 100? Or how many are already committed? Look no further than our 2020 Hot 100 Breakdown.
  9. Meet Jayda Coleman No. 1 Hot 100 2020 Prospect

    Meet Jayda Coleman No. 1 Hot 100 2020 Prospect

    Sep 17, 2016

    Yesterday, we unveiled the top 10 players in the FloSoftball 2020 Hot 100 and for the second time we find the No. 1 overall prospect calling the Lone Star State home (the top prospect in the 2018 class was Brooke Vestal from New Braunfels, Texas).
  10. Beyond Softball with Texas Bombers Scott Smith

    Beyond Softball with Texas Bombers Scott Smith

    Jun 30, 2016

    Scott Smith, coach of the Texas Bombers 16U & 18U is active in the Army and is one of the many coaches who fell in love with the sport. He serves as Master Sergeant in the Army and has been in it for the last 28 years. Up until the age of 20, he played baseball and eventually tried out for the Houston Astros.