The Vipers had participated in Reston spring and fall season since 2006. Having dominated during that time span with five division titles and two playoff tournament championships the Reston Vipers struggled through a tough spring 2012 season. From 2006 through 2011 the Vipers compiled a 160-38 record (.808 winning percentage). However, due to multiple rainouts… Read More
The Vipers finished second in Division 6 of the 2012 Fairfax Adult Softball League’s Fall Season. Although the team did not repeat as champions, the entire group battled persistently throughout the season and achieved second place. Formidable league parity contributed to three other teams boasting a 6 and 6 record which mirrored the Vipers. However,… Read More
The Long Fanged Vipers were born in 2012, playing their inaugural season in the Over 50 league. Although a new team, they were placed in Division 2, and struggled there, finishing 4-16. Despite coming off hip surgery which limited his playing time, John Kulifay led the team in hitting and slugging, with new Viper Andy… Read More
The Tuesday night Vipers Over 35 team finished our summer season with a record of 7-9 mark in Division 1 in the Fairfax Men’s Softball League. Strong hitting performances by Chris Benoit (.730) and Sam Lea (.717) allowed the Vipers to remain competitive through some struggles in the summer. The Masters team was without long… Read More
This Viper’s team represented the organization well with a 14-6 season to kick off the year. Newcomer Shawn Meneely brought a strong bat to the team, with several reliable leadoff doubles and a team-leading 0.711 batting average. Chris Benoit continued his hitting tear from late 2011 by leading the team in hits, runs, “ribbies”, and… Read More
The Tuesday night Vipers team finished our spring season with a record of 7-9 mark in Divison 2 in the Fairfax Men’s Softball League. Strong hitting performances by Jimmy Sneed and Kevin Stonesifer allowed the Vipers to remain competitive and persevere through some struggles in the spring. The addition of Steve Gooding was an added… Read More
Saturday, 28 April, the Vipers beat the Nokesville Necks to win their 1000th game as a team.