Debris and newly-formed puddles are scattered across the Oak Hill Ball Park in southwest Austin.
The flash flooding over the weekend damaged all eight fields of the park.
"I cannot stress how much this place means to me and my family, and all of our friends," Traci Anderson with the Oak Hill Youth Sports Association said.
Until Monday, most of the fields were submerged, and when the water levels dropped, some people couldn't believe the damage.
Austin High School softball player Becca Ponce first learned how to play the game at Oak Hill and eventually became an all star. She said the ballpark was her second home, and the spectators were like her family.
"I live really close to here and I didn't even think about the fields being affected by the rain, but when I came out here it was just shocking," Ponce said. "A lot of people out here I call my aunts and uncles. They're like my second parents too."
Officials say this is the worst damage they have seen at the park, and the repairs won't come easy.
Anderson said since the fields are in a floodplain, they don’t qualify for flood insurance. Manchaca and Lake Travis have offered up their fields to help Oak Hill complete its season.
"Just something that I've gotten so close to be ruined like this, it's really sad,” Ponce said.
Youth League officials say they will hold an emergency meeting Monday night to discuss the cost of the repairs. They are asking for volunteers to help clear the debris and repair the fences. Click here for more information.