We have a young 10u rec team I'm helping to coach. After two bad scrimmage games we have drastically simplified the defense down to only going for the out at first until our girls can get the coverage down and start routinely making that play. Then we will start to build on that. Our RF plays shallow on the right side at the edge of the grass and on all plays on the right side we have instructed her to back the 1B or 2B while they make a play on the ball. If the ball is on the left side, RF charges over to backup the throw to the 1B. I watched some college games this weekend as well as studied some plays in InMotion Playbooks and they have the catcher charging up the right side foul territory to help back the play at 1B when the play is on the right side. I can understand that with a hit to RF that would have a throw coming in much more inline with the catcher, but what about grounders to 2B. Doesn't seem like the catcher has any chance of getting there in time to backup the play and if RF is backing up the 2B then she isn't going to be there to stop a potential overthrow. How should this work? CF crashing to back the 2B freeing RF to back the 1B is not an option. My CF is special needs and can't remember anything we tell her.