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Vig knows the ballpark well

Tony Vigliotti brings knowledge and experience to Pony fastpitch softball


March 19, 2018

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Tony Vigliotti is the new head girls fastpitch softball coach at Havre High. Vigliotti has been around games that involve a bat, a ball and a glove his entire life. He played and coached American Legion baseball, has been a longtime umpire at the legion level, and has played men's fastpitch softball most of his adult life. So, he said, taking the head coach job of the Blue Ponies was a natural fit for him and one he's excited about. For more on the HHS girls softball team, see Thursday's Havre Daily News.

Some people are just meant to be on the diamond, whether it's as a player or a coach, an umpire, whatever.

Whether it's fastpitch softball or baseball, Tony Vigliotti is one of those guys and that's what makes him a perfect fit as head coach of the Havre High softball team.

For decades, Vigliotti has been active in both baseball and softball. It started as a legion player in Scobey, where he was part of two Class B state championship teams in the 1980s. After his playing days, he became a fixture at legion baseball games in Havre as an umpire. On top of that, he also served as an assista...

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