Tuesday, May 26, 2009

HWSA World Series - Game 3

HWSA World Series - Game 3
Pensacola, Florida
May 20, 2009

OKC Broncos 6
NOAH Jaguars 4

The Jaguars jumped off to a lead in the first inning. Parker McDaniel hit an RBI single after coming up to the plate with bases loaded. The Bronco pitcher had walked two batters and hit one batter with a pitch. Then Jeb Penrod hit into a fielder's choice but was able to chalk up an RBI and give the Jags the 2-0 lead. Good pitching by Avery Penrod, two diving catches by Andrew Smith and a double play by Sam Brownwood and Austin Ervin kept the Broncos scoreless through the first 3 innings.

In the top of the fourth the Broncos started the inning off with a triple, an RBI double and two singles each with an RBI to bring the score to 3-2 Broncos. The Jags tied it up in the bottom of the 4th after three singles and then a sacrifice fly and RBI by Sam Brownwood.

In the bottom of the 5th the Jags went up 4-3 from two singles and then an RBI by Parker McDaniel. In the top of the 6th a Bronco reached on an error, another reached on a single and then both scored on a double to give the Broncos the lead 5-4. The Jags were held scoreless and the Broncos added one more run in the top of the 7th giving them the win 6-4 over the Jaguars.

The Jags 4th game was cancelled due to the forecast of rain.

Senior Parker McDaniel and freshman Joe Sabatini were selected to the HWSA All-Tournament team.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

HWSA World Series - Game 2

HWSA World Series
Pensacola, Florida
May 18th 7:30 p.m.

Montgomery, Alabama 2
NOAH Jaguars 0

The Saints got their first run in the top of the 2nd inning after 4 four singles. The Jaguars threatened in the bottom of the inning after Parker McDaniel lead off the innng with a double but the Jaguars couldn't score a run. The Saints added a second run in the 6th inning on a double and a Jag error. It was a good defensive game for the Jags with 2 double plays and good fielding but the offense could only generate one hit in the game coupled with 15 strikeouts.

Starting pitcher and losing pitcher: John Tyree. 6 innings 2 runs (1 earned), 7 hits (1 double), 1 walk, 3 strikeouts
Reliever: Avery Penrod 1 inning no runs, not hits, 1 strikeout

Special thanks to Jessica and Anna for making the cool button bracelets with the team colors for all the moms.

The Jags next game is Wed. 12:15 in the Silver Division (consolation bracket)

Monday, May 18, 2009

HWSA World Series - Game 1

HWSA World Series
Pensacola, Florida
May 18

Concord, NC - 5
Tulsa NOAH, Ok - 0

Concord used power hitting and dominating pitching to cruise to a 5-0 win. The Stallions jumped on the Jags in the top of the first inning 4-0 courtesy of a 3-run home run. Jag pitcher, Sam Brownwood settled in pitched 5 scoreless innings striking out 6 and walking only 2 and giving up 1 hit. The Jags managed only 1 hit, 4 baserunners with 2 of them picked off first base. Concord hit a solo home run in the top of 7th off reliever Andrew Smith.

Jags will play tonight at 7:30 versus the loser of the Montgomery, AL/Atlanta, GA game.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

HWSA World Series - May 18-21

The NOAH varsity team will be making their first appearance in the Homeschool World Series on May 18th. The Jags will play the first game of the day at 9:30 a.m. versus Concord, North Carolina on the campus of Pensacola Junior College.

You can listen to the game via internet broadcast at the HWSA website www.hwsa.net

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

May 12th Game Cancelled

Today's game with OKC Broncos is cancelled due to wet fields.

The varsity will head to Pensacola, Florida for the HWSA World Series next week.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Elementary Summer Baseball - UPDATE

Elemenary Summer Baseball - 12U and younger

The response for elementary summer baseball has been very low. In fact, only a few of you have expressed an interest.

Therefore, if you are interested in playing elementary summer baseball, you will need to sign-up on your own through the Tulsa Little League website and pay them directly. NOAH will not be forming a separate team for youth summer baseball. Your player fee will cover all your costs including a new uniform, insurance and equipment. My experience with TLL has been very positive and they have always put on a first class league.

Tulsa Little League Facts:

TLL is based on age as of 4/30/09. You will need to register based on your age, not grade.
Games are played at LaFortune Park (61st & Yale)
Season starts June 1st through July 31st
Signup deadline is May 15th

Click on the button, Register online for Tulsa Little League Summer Baseball - http://www.eteamz.com/tulsalittleleague/index.cfm?

If you have any questions, please shoot me an email.


Darron Replogle

NOAH Baseball AD