231 Bugeye Square
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 7:30 - 4pm
Hughesville Hustle is an approved 501(c)(3) organization with public charity status granted under Section 509(a)(2). Our federal tax return is available for review upon request at email@example.com.
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Hughesville Hustle Softball & Baseball is a fast growing organization out of Southern Maryland. Our coaching staff is dedicated and committed to providing top level training for top level athletes. Coaches promote positive experiences and life skills such as work ethics, confidence, good sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork. We work with players who have heart and the drive to advance their level of play.
Each team competes in tournaments at or above their ability in order to progress them to the next level of play. Hughesville Hustle teams compete in fall and spring tournaments, in addition to year round training. Our organization has had much success due to our players, coaches and family's commitment to excellence.
"Hustle beats talent when talent doesn't hustle" -Ross Simmonds
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