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Xtreme 10U-Condello

Tony Condello is the Head Coach for this season's 1st-year 10U team. He is assisted by Mike Berschinski and Jim Mondello.  Tony has coached the same travel fastpitch softball team for the past 7 years.  Shepherding them from 10U up thru this year, where every player made their school's Varsity teams. It is now time to start over! 
Tony has played baseball, fastpitch softball, slowpitch  softball or coached baseball or fastpitch softball every year since 1978.  

Our team's philosophy is simple: "Love the Game, Always Try your Best, Treat People with Respect and Never Stop Learning".  We have an awesome group of girls and an equally awesome supporting cast of parents.  Can't wait to see what this team can accomplish!!!  

Xtreme 10U-Gill

Derek Hagen serves as an Assistant Coach for the second-year 10U team. 
Coach Hagen has coached baseball and softball for 6 years and sits on the board of WAA Softball. He has played baseball since he was 4 years old, helped lead his high school team to a state championship during his senior year, played baseball for Marshall University, and has played on several competitive adult softball teams in the area. Our first goal for our girls is to help mold them into well rounded adults by fostering an environment of teamwork, dedication, competition, and fun! As the owner and Physical Therapist of Hagen Movement Institute specializing in orthopedics and sports performance, Coach Hagen hopes to bring that expertise to the field in order to focus the team on accelerating their coordination, speed, agility, and strength development while learning to love the game! Coach Hagen lives in Webster with his wife (Elise), 2 daughters (Adelynn and Annika), and son (Cameron). He enjoys watching baseball, golf, and hockey and is a lifelong Yankees fan!

Xtreme 12U-McCoy

Brian McCoy was born and raised right here in Webster. Coach McCoy instills a “WE not me” philosophy and his 2024 team focus is “One Team One Mission”. 

The parents on his team are an amazing and supportive group - this cannot be done without everything they do for the kids.  

Brian is married to his wife Nicole and has two daughters; Makenna and Makinzly. Brian is a lifelong coach just like his parents Linda and Duane McCoy (USSSA Hall of Fame members).  Brian has coached basketball, softball and baseball from the modified through varsity levels. 

Currently, he is on the Webster Schroeder Softball staff as the Program Assistant and is a Board Member for WAA Softball. Brian also coaches a 6th grade girls AAU travel basketball team as well as the Cheetahs of the Rookie Division in the WAA Recreation Program.  

 Remember this is a sport of split seconds and inches, perfect practice makes perfect and if you are standing still you are wrong!   - Duane McCoy. 

 “One Team One Mission” - 2024 McCoy 12U

Paul Mack
 is a first-year assistant coach for the Webster Xtreme McCoy 12U team.  He moved to the Webster area in 2013 with his wife Meghan who is originally from the Pittsford area.  He has two daughters, Emma age 12 (McCoy 12U) and Hadley age 9.  Paul played baseball growing up, but his main focus was soccer.  He played for Arlington High School, located in Poughkeepsie NY. After graduation he played for Hartwick College in Oneonta NY.  Paul’s objective with regard to winning is that winning can be an important goal, but it is not the only meter of success. Ultimately, overall player development is key. His objective about helping athletes is to have fun, that they should enjoy the game time and effort that they are putting into playing, rather than a burden. Having fun will keep them interested and willing to work towards individual and team goals. As for helping athletes develop physically, psychologically, and socially is that their development in these areas is very important and helping them achieve their best success in each of them will be the main points of emphasis. When situations arise in which I must choose among these 3 objectives (winning, fun, and development) my priorities will be that I will do whatever I feel is best for the player in the long term, therefore their overall development as a person. 

Hello, My name is Mark Palamone and I have been a Webster Xtreme Assistant Coach for 4 plus years. I have 2 daughters that are currently playing for Webster Xtreme. Addy is on the 2nd year 10U Gill Team and Ava who I coach is on the McCoy 12U Team.  I also have a son Luke who is 8 years old and is playing for the Webster Wolves. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, I moved here in 2007 as my wife Jaime is originally from West Irondequoit. We live in Webster. My coaching theories revolve around teaching and excelling in the fundamentals, having fun and exemplifying discipline and humility. I have played numerous sports growing up and in school. I played baseball from tee ball until I was 18, as well as basketball, running Cross Country and Track which I excelled in well into College. I attended Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa where I acquired my B.A. in Business Administration/ Corporate Communications. I am a Territory Sales Manager for Georgia Pacific. When I'm not coaching, I'm heavily involved in all our kids' activities and schedules. I'm also an avid golfer. I look forward to seeing the growth in our teams talents annually as they continue to grasp what we as coaches teach them. We have a successful group of girls who are excelling through our Xtreme program and are learning some valuable life lessons along the way.  

Hector Cartagena serves as one of the assistant coaches for second-year 12U McCoy. Hector has a passion for softball and brings to the team 10 years of combined experience where he has coached little league, high school and travel teams.  He believes working on the little things to get better and going back to basic fundamentals can help redirect. Hector believes that softball teaches players life lessons that can be used both on and off the field and it's much more than just a sport. Hector lives in Irondequoit and is supported by his family. 

Xtreme 12U-DuBois

John DuBois serves at the head coach of one of our 2024 Webster Xtreme 12 U teams working closely with Chris Geglia and Keaghan Hultiquist as fellow coaches. This is John’s fifth year coaching as part of the Webster Xtreme organization. Our team believes in teamwork, hard work, accountability, a growth mind set, mental as well as physical toughness, earned success, and as a team are committed to a positive overall experience. In his spare time John is active in his church, is an avid Buffalo Bills fan, enjoys traveling as well as golf. John is supported by his wife, son, and daughter of which he is incredibly grateful for.

Chris Geglia is an Assistant Coach with John DuBois, Head Coach.   Chris has lived in Webster for the past 18 years with his wife, Gretchen, three daughters—Allie, Jenna, and Macey.  He grew up in Syracuse, NY and attended Le Moyne College in Syracuse.  There, he played baseball, basketball, and football.  If there weren’t enough people around to do any of those things, he would play tennis or golf or sometimes just made up a game to play. In addition to playing these sports he coached at various camps throughout high school, college and even after college.  In the last 10 years he has coached at the Rec level at WAA since 2013 and this is his 4th year as an Xtreme coach. Although playing sports and coaching is great, he does have a side hustle and that is with Excellus BlueCross Blue Shield.  Finally, he is infatuated with the Yankees, loves reading, cooking, music and playing golf.

Xtreme 14U-Hill

Daniel Hill serves as the head coach for our second-year 14U team and is assisted by Kathleen Laskey, Marisa Bellanca, and Mike Getman. 
Dan is leading this team for a fourth season, and also sits on the board of WAA Softball. The coaching staff includes former Xtreme, college softball and baseball players. Our philosophy is to promote life skills, such perseverance, sportsmanship, self confidence, ultimately helping the team become well-rounded individuals.  Our coaching style is to enable all players to grow by having open communication, building confidence and encouraging them to be risk-takers, while having a little fun. During each practice and game, we will be positive, enthusiastic, supportive, observant, respectful and patient.  We are anticipating a stellar year and are ready to get outside and start the season.  This 14U girls’ team has been working diligently and have come a long way over the years. Also, it cannot go without mentioning how grateful we are to the parents for their support and instilling such encouraging and positive attitudes in the girls, as this is what makes our team so great.

Xtreme 16U-DeLeo

Domenic DeLeo serves as the head coach for our 2024 first-year 16U team, and is assisted by Tiffany Marino, Rich Mullen and Andrew Snyder. This is his second year coaching with the Webster Xtreme, and he is looking forward to a great experience! 

Our coaching approach starts with the belief that leadership is something you do with people — not to them. Our expectation is that the team will bring a positive attitude with them to all games and practices. Through hard work, competition and self-directed leadership, the team will build confidence and learn lessons that will carry on with them into their day-to-day lives. They will be focusing on fundamentals, execution and team work, while also having fun and winning ball games.

Domenic has spent most of his life in Webster. He grew up playing WAA, High School Baseball at Webster Thomas, plus 20 years of competitive softball. He has coached WAA Rec. Softball since 2010, Rec. Baseball since 2017, and was an assistant coach on his son’s Webster Wolves travel team the past two years. Domenic has spent the last 25 years at Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning where he currently oversees Residential Operations. He is supported by his wife Michelle, daughters Rachael, Miaya (who currently plays for this 16U team), and son Domenic Jr.

Xtreme 16U-Bowers

Bill Bowers serves as the head coach of our 2024 16U Xtreme team, and is assisted by Cory Constantino, Jim Maloney, and Pete Wlodarczyk.  The majority of his team has been together for 8 seasons, with the staff employing positive coaching philosophies to not only help these young players develop sound softball and life skills as individuals, but also to work effectively as a team using fast-paced and focused practice strategies. Coach Bowers is a 7-year WAA Girls Softball board member veteran and is currently the Xtreme Fast Pitch Commissioner. He lives in Webster with his wife, daughter, and son, and can sometimes be spotted on area baseball fields assisting with his son’s Webster 14U travel team.


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