Tuesday, November 30, 2010

2011 High School Baseball Schedule Released

We are please to announce the release of the 2011 NOAH Jaguars High School Baseball schedule.

The first scrimmage is at Tulsa Union on Feb. 19th. The first regular season game is on March 2nd at Sand Springs.  We are excited about the schedule this year against quality opponents.  We have eleven home games to be played at LaFortune Park.  Print off the schedule and come support your Jags!

Click on link for schedule -> 2011 High School Schedule

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

UPDATE: 14U Tryouts - Friday Nov. 5th @ 5 pm

NOAH 14U Competitive Team will be hosting a second tryout date on Friday, November 5th at 5:00 p.m. at the NOAH practice field located at 83rd and 129th east avenue in Tulsa.  Homeschool players that will be 13 or 14 by May 1, 2011 are eligible to tryout.  Please be there 15 minutes early to get warmed up.

If you are interested in trying out, you need to RSVP to baseball@noahjags.org

Saturday, October 30, 2010

14U Tryouts - Postponed to Nov. 6th

Due to several conflicts, the 14U Tryouts are postponed today until Nov. 6th at 4 p.m.  Please pass along the information.

Friday, October 22, 2010

NOAH 14U Team - Tryout Date October 30th

The NOAH 14U competitive team is looking for a few more players to fill out its roster.  Players may not turn 15 by May 1st, 2011.  There will be a tryout on Saturday, October 30th at 4 p.m. at the NOAH practice field at 83rd and 129th east avenue in Tulsa.

If you are interested in trying out, please RSVP to baseball@noahjags.org

The team will play league games and weekend tournaments.  If you are interested in playing high school baseball next year, you should consider trying out for this team.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Spring 2011 Youth Competitive Team Tryouts - October 9th

Friendly reminder...

Spring 2011 Youth Competitive Team Tryouts are this Saturday, October 9th.  All homeschool players that want to play competitive baseball need to attend this tryout.  Please wear baseball attire including a protective cup, bring your glove, bat and water bottle. 

All team rosters are open. If you played on a NOAH competitive team last year, you must tryout again this year.

The tryouts will last approximately 2 hours. Depending on the number of prospects, it could be longer.

Tryout Location: NOAH Practice Fields located at 83rd and S. 129th East Ave. (between 81st and 91st) at the New Creations Church. There are no restroom facilities at the practice fields. The nearest facility is at the QuikTrip at the corner of 81st and Garnett. Please take care of business prior to tryout.

Times by Age Group:

13U/14U Team - Oct. 9th - 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

Ages 13 or 14 and under as of 4/30/2011

11U/12U Team - Oct. 9th - Noon- 2:00
Ages 11 or 12 and under as of 4/30/2011

10U Team – Oct. 9th - 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Ages 9 or 10 and under as of 4/30/2011

See earlier post for more information.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Youth Fall Practice plus Work Day

Friday, October 1st,  is the last youth practice day for the fall.  Be at the field for warm-ups by 5:45 pm.

Also, Saturday, October 2nd is a work day at the baseball field.  Please bring a shovel, rake, wheelbarrow, weedeater, and/or work gloves.  We need to get the field prepped for winter and clean out the storage shed.  We need everyone from 1st grade to high school players and dads that can help to be at the field at 8:00 a.m.

Darron Replogle
NOAH Baseball AD

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Spring 2011 Youth Competitive Team Tryouts - October 9th

Baseball Spring 2011 Competitive Team Tryouts – 10U thru 14U

For all tryouts please arrive 30 minutes early for sign-in and to warm-up.

All prospects should dress in baseball attire (wear a protective cup) and bring your glove, bat and water bottle. Tryouts will commence on time as indicated below. You should start throwing the baseball now. Don’t wait until next week to start throwing the baseball. Your arm will be tested at various ranges during the tryouts. You don’t want to jeopardize an injury for failure to prepare now and cost your chance at a spot on the team.

All team rosters are open. If you played on a NOAH competitive team last year, you must tryout again this year.

The tryouts will last approximately 2 hours. Depending on the number of prospects, it could be longer.

Tryout Location: NOAH Practice Fields located at 83rd and S. 129th East Ave. (between 81st and 91st) at the New Creations Church. There are no restroom facilities at the practice fields. The nearest facility is at the QuikTrip at the corner of 81st and Garnett. Please take care of business prior to tryout.

Roster: Each team will be limited to 10 or 11 players. Please note that if we have enough players to form odd age teams like an 11 yr old and/or 13 yr old team, we will form teams accordingly. For the evaluation purposes, we are combining ages. Players must be homeschool unless grandfathered into the program.

Fees: Expect to pay anywhere from $200-300 plus $100-120 uniform cost.

2011 League: The last two years, all competitive teams have played at Indian Springs (131st and 145th east ave). Each year, we evaluate which league is the best fit for our teams. There are 14-16 regular season games plus 4-5 weekend tournaments. Please note, there will be occasional tournament games played on Sunday at varying times during the day. Please consider this circumstance when you make your decision to try out for a competitive team.

Tryout Dates:

13U/14U Team - Oct. 9th - 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Ages 13 or 14 and under as of 4/30/2011

11U/12U Team - Oct. 9th - Noon- 2:00
Ages 11 or 12 and under as of 4/30/2011

10U Team – Oct. 9th - 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Ages 9 or 10 and under as of 4/30/2011

You will need to download the NOAH Liability Release Tryout Form by going to the main website and click on forms at http://www.noahjags.org/  and bring to the tryouts.

Due to weather conditions, please check the jagline 365-2218 for updates prior to attending the tryout.


What level of play will NOAH teams compete? Historically, due to the number of players and our culture, NOAH has competed at the AA level. We are a homeschool program and our focus is to develop our “homeschool” talent with the intention of competing against like-skilled talent or better in hope of making us better players in preparation for the high school team. Ultimately, our goal is compete for league, state and national championships through youth to high school levels. If you play competitive baseball, expect to play 14-16 league games plus 16-20 tournament games throughout the season. The season starts in April and ends the last part of June. Indoor workouts start in February. Competitive team players are expected to make time and financial commitments to the team.

Will there be another tryout date if I can’t make this date? Maybe but not guaranteed, we are looking to field a competitive team. Therefore, if after the evaluations there are not 10-11 players with above average skill, we could have another tryout date in November or December. Of course the weather could play a part on our tryout date.

What if my son is not selected for the competitive team? Depending on his skill level, he could be placed on an “alternate” list in case there’s a spot that becomes available before the season starts. NOAH encourages all players to keep working on their skills and to play on the developmental team or tryout out for another competitive team. Life is full of failures and successes, just because they don’t make the NOAH team, inspire them to continue honing their skills. Historically, there has been developmental teams available for 12 and younger players. Developmental team signups will be January 2011. The last two years we had enough interest to form a 14U developmental team. Our first priority is field a competitive team. If there’s enough interest we will do whatever possible to have developmental teams. We have a good working relationship with Indian Springs, so we expect to place the developmental teams there. Developmental teams generally play around 20 games. The player fees are less due to fewer tournaments.

Who will coach the teams? I am in the process of evaluating and selecting a head coach for each team. I desire to have a head coach in place before the tryouts but due to the tryout process and number of teams involved, that determination may not take place until the tryouts or thereafter. The evaluators for the tryouts will be coaching candidates as well as members of the high school coaching staff. We are blessed to have dads with several years of coaching experience.

Competitive Team Coaches
If you want to be considered as a head coach candidate, please shoot me an email ASAP and note which team you would like to be considered.

God Bless,
Darron Replogle
NOAH Baseball AD

Friday, September 24, 2010

Youth Fall Baseball Practice - Friday, Sept. 24th

Youth fall practice for players age 9-14 years old today at 6 p.m.  Please be at the NOAH practice fields (83rd and 129th East Ave) ready for warm-ups by 5:45 p.m. 

Last practice will next Friday, Oct. 1st.

For those interested, the 2011 competitive team tryouts will be on Oct. 9th. Watch blog for more details on times.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Youth Fall Practices Time Change - Sept. 17th - 5:30 p.m.

May I have your attention please!

Youth fall practice for Friday, September 17th will start 30 minutes early.  Practice will start at 5:30 p.m. instead of 6 p.m. at the NOAH practice fields. Be at the field and warmed up ready to go around 5:15.

Also, all baseball players and coaches will be admitted FREE to the NOAH football game on Friday.  Players and coaches will be recognzied during halftime.  The football game will be played at BA North Intermediate (the old high school field) on Lynn Lane just south of 71st.  Plan on leaving practice and going over to the game.

Monday, September 13, 2010

NOAH Football Game - Baseball Recognition @ Halftime - Sept. 17th

The baseball program will be recognized at the NOAH football home game this Friday, September 17th. The football Jags will play Stilwell Indians at 7:30 p.m.

NOAH will play at the BA North Intermediate field on 808 East College (south of 71st and Lynn Lane in Broken Arrow).

All 2010 baseball players and coaches will be admitted free if they wear a game jersey and/or cap. Just tell the gate attendee you play baseball for NOAH.  Special recognition will be given for the 2010 Homeschool World Series Silver Division Champions!

Right before halftime, meet at the end of the field by the locker room. The PA guy will announce the baseball program and you can walk on the field in front of the home crowd to be recognized. The volleyball and soccer programs will also be recognized.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Follow the Baseball news on Twitter

    NOAH's baseball blog is now broadcasting on Twitter. If you prefer the instant delivery of news items regarding NOAH baseball, Or just have limited access to a computer during your busy day, let Twitter notify you when the latest news is being posted.
    Texting fees still apply from your mobile phone provider. But Twitter and NOAH provide this content free of charge.
This service is highly regarded by several older athletes.

NOAH continues to strive to communicate effectively and maintains a website, blog network, and email systems.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Youth Fall Baseball Practices

NOAH youth baseball will be conducting fall practices at the NOAH practice fields located at 83rd and 129th east avenue.  All homeschool players between the ages 9-14 as of May 1st, 2011 are welcome to attend.  We will divide the players into three groups: 9/10, 11/12 and 13/14.  Players will work on fundamentals in preparation for the competitive team tryouts on October 9th.

Players should bring water bottle, glove and bat.  Players wear baseball attire, shorts are acceptable.

Fall Practice Schedule:
Sept 3 - 6-7:30 pm
Sept 10 - 6-7:30 pm
Sept 17 - 6-7:30 pm
Sept 24 - 6-7:30 pm
Oct 1 - 6-7:30 pm

Competitive Team Tryouts - October 9th
13/14U - 9:30 am
9/10U - 12:00 pm
11/12 - 2:30 pm

Any questions, please email baseball@noahjags.org

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

High School Baseball Meeting - August 19th

NOAH High School Baseball Parent/Player Mandatory Meeting

When: Thursday August 19, 2010

Where: Northside Christian Church in Broken Arrow (just north of 71st and Elm intersection on east side of road)

Time: 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

All high school players need to attend meeting.  At least one parent needs to attend. Please bring your parent and player code of conduct, medical release and participation forms.  Players will be fitted for uniforms.  Please make every effort to be there. 

Any questions, please contact Coach Blake at  blake@noahjags.org

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Fall Baseball Signups - Ages 9-14

Fall baseball is just around the corner.  Fall baseball is a relaxed atmosphere with little or no practices.  It gives players an opportunity to fine tune their pitching, hitting and fielding skills. 

Players that are between the ages of 9 and 14 as of May 1, 2011 are eligible to play.

BAYB-Indian Springs will start on Aug 22nd and finish Oct 3rd.  Teams that are 11 and older will use wood bat.  The 10U team will use metal bats. There are no standings and no trophies. No uniforms required. It’s a 12 game season with doubleheaders on Sunday.  You play up the age group in which you will compete in the Spring season.  Depending on the number of players, the cost per player will be between $50-$60 dollars plus your purchase of a $40 wood bat.

If you are interested, please send your name and birthdate to Darron Replogle @  baseball@noahjags.org by August 1st.  Teams will be formed on a first come, first serve basis.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Final 2010 Spring Baseball Report - All Teams

General:   The 2010 Spring season has completed.  Highlights of the season include the Varsity winning the HWSA World Series Silver Division Championship in Auburndale, Florida.  We have 11 teams participating in Spring Baseball with 1 team winning league championship.  We had two teams finish second in league play.  The program’s 2010 overall record is 112 wins, 106 losses and 7 ties.   

Varsity/JV Baseball:The High School Varsity team completed its season with a 14-14 overall record. The JV team’s record was 14-8.  The Jags captured the HWSA Silver Division Championship.  They also won the Chelsea Wood Bat Tournament and finished 4th in the Ozark Classic in Harrison, Arkansas. The JV team won the Bristow JV Festival. Seniors Austin Ervin and Erik Willis along with sophomore Joe Sabatini were selected as HWSA World Series All-Americans.
Varsity Coaches – Ray Blake and Fred Wilson 
JV Coaches – Ed Beaver and Matt Ferguson 

Competitive Teams: 
Three competitive teams played in the Arkansas River Valley Baseball league comprised of teams from Indian Springs, Bixby and Jenks.  The 14U finished in second place. The 12U Black finished third and the 12U Blue finished 6th. All three team competed in Super Series and USSSA tournaments.  The 14U team finished in 4th place in the BA tournament. The 12U Black team won the Skiatook Wood Bat Tournament, finished 2nd place in the Claremore Tournament and 9th place in the AA State Tournament out of 19 teams. The 12U Blue team finished in 4th place in the Jenks Tournament. 
14U Coaches – Drew Files, Pete Fowler and Luis Baca 
12U Blue Coaches – Rick Castleberry, Mark Raper, James Rigsby and Greg Lynn 
12U Black Coaches – Darron Replogle, Randy Jacoby, Ron Harrington and Gene Lilly 
Developmental Teams: 
There were six developmental teams this year. 14U and 10U teams played at Broken Arrow Indian Springs. Grades 1st through 5th played in CETBO.
14U Coaches – Dale Leander, Mike Wilbins and Tom Payne  
10U Coaches – Andrew Moss, Rod Merrill and Mark Shiew 
5th Grade Coaches – David Benitez, Dan Ocasio and John Floyd 
3rd Grade Coaches – Randie Grantham, Eren Sitki, Rich Faust and Scott Collingsworth  
2nd Grade Coaches – Jeff Davis, Pat Phibbs, Mike Gundy and Mike Stansell 
1st Grade Coaches – David Taylor, Jared McCoy, Don Delozier and Randy Jeffers 

Team Records as 6/30/10:
Competitive (69-70-2) 
Varsity  14-14 (HWSA Silver Division Champs, Chelsea Tournament Champs, 4th Place Ozark Classic)  
Junior Varsity  14-8 (Bristow JV Festival Champs)  
14U Comp  15-13-1 (BAYB 14U Open 2nd Place (11-4-1), BA Super Series Qualifier 4th place) 
12U Blue Comp  4-19 (BAYB 12U Open 6th Place (2-5), Jenks USSSA Qualifer 4th place)  
12U Black Comp 22-16-1 (BAYB 12U Open 3rd Place (5-2), Skiatook USSSA Qualifier 1st Place, Claremore Open Tournament 2nd Place, Owasso USSSA Qualifer 4th Place, USSSA “AA” State Tournament 9th place) 

Developmental (43-36-5) 
14U Developmental - 10-4-2 (BAYB 14U REC 2nd place) 
10U Developmental - 21-1 (BAYB 10U Rec Champs, BAYB 10U Preseason and Postseason Tournament Champs) 
5th Grade 1-9-1 
3rd Grade 8-8-1 (CETBO 3rd Place, City Championship 4th Place) 
2nd Grade 3-3
1st Grade 0-11-1

Monday, June 21, 2010

2011 High School Tryouts - Part II

NOAH Baseball will be conducting a second round of high school tryouts this Saturday, June 26th at 9:00 a.m. at the NOAH practice field located at 83rd and 129th east avenue.  Due to the large turnout at the first tryout, the coaches would like to see everyone again this weekend for a final evaluation.  If you were unable to make it to the June 19th tryouts and would like to attend this weekend’s tryout, please contact Coach Blake at ray_blake@nabholz.com and/or call cell phone 918-527-9530.

Homeschool players that are ages 14-18 as of September 1st are eligible to participate.

Be at the field for warm-ups at 8:30 a.m.  Bring a water jug.  This will be the last opportunity to try out for the 2011 spring baseball team. 

Friday, June 11, 2010

10U Jags Win Post Season Tournament

Pictured bottom row: Austin Ogden, Justin Taylor, Jacob Wixted, Beej Moss,  batboy Kent Shiew
back row: Nathanael Raper, Ethan Kinsey, Kirk Shiew, Daniel Merrill, Sam Replogle, Aaron Rigsby
Coaches Raper, Shiew, Rigsby Merrill and Moss

The 10U Jaguars won the Arkansas River Valley Baseball post season tournament on Friday, June 11th.  The Jags entered the tournament on a 17 game winning streak.  They beat the Bixby Braves in the opening round 11-8.  In the second round, the Jags played the BA Pirates.  The Jags had beaten the Pirates three times but the Pirates came out swinging the bats to give the Jags their first loss of the year 11-4 which sent the Jags to the loser bracket.  The Braves fought back through to play the Jags in an elimination game.  The Jags won 9-7 to set up a rematch with the Pirates.  The Jags turned up the heat on the Pirates and run ruled them 14-2 to play the "if" game for the Championship.  The Jags kept their hot hitting and solid pitching as they run ruled the Pirates in the Championship game 13-2.  The 10U Jaguars finished the season with a 21-1 record.  They won the pre-season tournament, regular season and post-season tournament.   Way to GO!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

10U Jags "Perfect" Season

 Pictured: Front row: Bat boy Braden Kinsey, Jacob Wixted, Aaron Rigsby, Justin Taylor, Austin Ogden, Benjamin Moss, Bat Boy Kent Shiew.  Back Row: Sam Replogle, Daniel Merrill, Kirk Shiew, Nathanael Raper, Ethan Kinsey and Brandon Huffman.  Coaches Merrill, Shiew, Rigsby and Moss.

The 10U Jaguars went 14-0 to win the league championship at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow.  The Jags played stellar defense, had timely hits and solid pitching to put together a "perfect" undefeated record. They had a couple come-from-behind victories during their last at-bats to win games. All things came together at different games and the Jags had a never quit attitude. Congratulations on a well played season!

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

12U Jags win Skiatook Wood Bat Tournament

 Pictured (Front Row): Jono Harrington, Sam Replogle, Nano Moss, Evan Jacoby, Matt Merrill and Ben Replogle (Back Row): Coach Jacoby, Austin Lilly, Logan Stolz, Will Grantham, Coach Harrington, Keaton McDaniel, Daniel Merrill, Coach Replogle.

The 12U Jags won the Skiatook 12U Wood Bat Tournament over the May 22nd weekend.  The Jags beat the Skiatook Thunderstix 12-4 in the first game.  Being down 4-0, the Jags scored 12 runs in the bottom of the 3rd inning highlighted by a 3-run homerun over the fence by Matt Merrill.  The Jags beat the Bartlesville Tornadoes in the second game 8-4 behind the pitching of Nathaniel Moss and Will Grantham.  The Jags jumped on the Pawhuska Titans 16-1 for a shot in the championship game. Evan Jacoby started the game with a double to centerfield.  Keaton McDaniel, Jono Harrington, Austin Lilly, Nano Moss and Matt Merrill all had 2 hits a piece. 

In the championship game, the Jags played their best defensive game of the year.  The Jags made 15 of the 18 outs by defensive plays.  2B Nathaniel Moss and 3B Matt Merrill had some web gems in the field. Both teams played fundamental baseball in the field. Logan Stolz had 2 hits including a well placed bunt down the 3rd base line. Will Grantham went 3 for 3 in the game. Ben Replogle pitched a complete game, striking out 2, walking 2 and 1 HBP and gave up on 2 hits as the Jags beat the Owasso Longhorns 6-1 to capture the Championship.  The 12U Jags improved their record to 17-7-1 on the season.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

2010-2011 High School Baseball Tryouts - June 19th

NOAH Baseball will be holding tryouts for the high school varsity and JV team on Saturday, June 19th at 10 a.m. at the NOAH practice fields on 83rd and 129th east avenue.  Eligible players must be homeschool to participate.  Current year players must attend the tryouts.  Please wear baseball attire.

For further information, please contact Coach Ray Blake at Ray_Blake@NABHOLZ.com or by phone at 918-527-9530.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

HWSA Silver Division Champions! - May 1

NOAH Jaguars capture the Silver Division Championship in Auburndale, Florida.  Senior Austin Ervin pitched a complete game to lead the Jags 8-1 over Charlotte, NC in the finals.  The Jags played superb defense behind Ervin.

Seniors Austin Ervin and Erik Willis along with sophomore Joe Sabatini were named to the HWSA All-Tournament Team.  Coach Blake said it was team effort to win 3 straight games onto capturing the Championship.  There were many outstanding plays in the field to go along with some timely hits.

The Jags finished the season with a 13-13 record. 

Friday, April 30, 2010

Jags play for Championship - HWSA - May 1st

The Varsity Jags cruised through the semi-final game beating the Waukesha Saints 9-1.  Jags will play for the HWSA Silver Division Championship on Saturday at 9 a.m.(8 a.m. Oklahoma time) vs Charlotte, North Carolina.

The game will be broadcast live on the internet.  Click on the link to listen live:  Championship Game - Jags vs Stampede


Thursday, April 29, 2010

HWSA Update

The Varsity Jags are playing in the Homeschool World Series in Auburndale, Florida.

The Jags got off to a rough start in pool play losing both games.  They lost to Atlanta Knights 11-7 and Houston Falcons 13-0.  With the two losses, the Jags were placed in the Silver Division.

Silver Division 1st Round:
Ft. Worth Riders 7

The Jags avenge an earlier season loss to the Riders by coming from behind to beat them 8-7.  Jags will play Weukasha Saints from Wisconsin on Friday at 11:35 with the winner advancing to the Silver Division Championship. 

Follow the rest of the tournament at the following link: http://www.hwsa.net/

Friday, April 16, 2010

NOAH swept in DH - Apr 15th

Thursday April 15
4A #9 Metro Christian  8  NOAH 2

  NOAH started off with one run in the 1st inning after Jeb Penrod reached on a double then scored on Joe Sabatini's triple. In the second inning 2nd baseman Ryan Blake turned a nice double play to end the inning. In the top of the 3rd the Jags added another run. Jeb reached on a single (going 3 for 3 on the day) and scored on Joe Sabatini's RBI single giving the Jags a 2-0 lead over the Patriots.  In the bottom of the 3rd the Patriots scored one run but then in the 5th added 6 runs on 7 hits, a walk and an error.  The Patriots added another unearned run in the 6th to give them 8 runs over the Jags 2 runs.

NOAH     1 0 1  0 0 0  0    2  5 3
Metro     0 0 1 0 6 1   x     8  7 1

Joe Sabatini started for the Jaguars allowing 7 runs (5 earned), 6 hits, 5 walks and 5 strikeouts. Josh Ferguson relieved in the 5th inning allowing one unearned run with one hit and one strikeout.

Game two
4A #8 Hilldale 13 NOAH 3

The first inning started off with a bang. Caleb Baca in the lead off spot started with a long double to left field. Jeb Penrod followed with a single and then both scored on John Tyree's 2 rbi double giving the Jags an early lead. Unfortunately the Hornets answered with two runs of their own after a walk, triple and sacrifice fly. Neither team could score in the 2nd.  The Jags had bases loaded with 2 hit batsmen and 3 singles and added one run to their score.  The Hornets came back strong in the bottom of the third and scored 6 runs on a home run, 2 doubles, a walk, and two errors. The Jaguars loaded the bases again in the 5th but couldn't score any runs. The Hornets added 5 more runs in the 4th with a walk, another home run, a double, and three singles. The game ended with Hilldale on top 13-3.

NOAH    2 0 1 0 0   3  6  3
Hilldale  2 0 6 5 x  13 12 0

John Tyree started the game for the Jaguars pitching 3 innings allowing 8 runs (5 earned), 7 hits, 2 walks and 1 strikeout.  Wes Shaffer relieved in the 4th inning allowing 5 runs (all earned), 5 hits and one walk.

Final regular season game is Monday, April 19th at Sapulpa at 4:30 Varsity with JV following

Okay game is cancelled on Tuesday.

Bristow 3 NOAH 2 in 8 innings - Apr 13th

Tuesday, April 13
NOAH vs Bristow at LaFortune Park

Bristow 3  in 8 innings

A tough loss in extra innings.  The Jaguars and the Pirates played a good tough game against each other on another beautiful night.  The game was scoreless until the 5th inning. In the first inning Jeb Penrod hit a double but was left stranded. In the 4th inning Joe Sabatini hit a one out triple but couldn't get home.  In the top of the 5th Bristow scored 2 runs on 3 singles and an error.  In the 6th the Jags answered with two runs to tie the game.  John Tyree reached on an error then scored on Joe Sabatini's double and then Joe later scored after Caleb Baca reached on an error (one of three errors in the inning). In the 6th the Pirates threatened and with bases loaded. Catcher Joe Sabatini made a diving catch of a foul ball to end the inning. Neither team scored in the 7th inning putting the game into extra innings.  In the top of the 8th the Pirates got one run giving them the lead. In the bottom of the Caleb Baca hit a two out single followed by Josh Ferguson's single but neither were able to come in to score.

NOAH   0 0 0  0 0 2 0 0     2  6  4
Bristow 0 0 0  0 2 0 0 1      3  9  3

Austin Ervin pitched 5 solid innings allowing 2 runs, 1 earned, 4 singles, and 4 strikeouts. John Tyree relieved in the 6th inning and started the 8th inning before Cole Wilson relieved him.  John Tyree allowed one unearned run on 3 hits and 2 walks. They hit two hits on Cole before the game ended on a fly ball that Erik Willis caught with bases loaded.

The NOAH JV won 4-3 scoring all 4 runs in the bottom half of the last inning.  The JV extends their winning streak to 7 games.

NOAH sweeps Barnsdall - Apr 12

Monday April 12
Doubleheader vs Barnsdall

NOAH 15  Barnsdall 2
NOAH 19  Barnsdall 8

On a beautiful night for baseball the Jags had their bats active. In the first game they had 10 hits including a double by Andrew Smith and a triple by Jeb Penrod. The Jags scored one run in the first then with 6 hits, and 4 walks, an error and to sacrifice flies in the 3rd the Jags added 10 more runs then added four more runs in the 4th inning.  In the bottom of the 4th the Panthers started out with two hits and both came in to score for their only runs.  John Tyree, Joe Sabatini and Caleb Baca each had 2 hits a piece.

NOAH        1 0 10  4     15 10 1
Barnsdall    0 0 0   2      2   2 5

Starting pitcher Andrew Smith pitched 2 innings with 2 strike outs and 2 walks and no runs and no hits. Reliever Wes Shaffer pitched the remaining two innings allowing 2 runs on 2 hits with 4 strike outs.

Game 2 started out a little closer. NOAH got four runs in the first including Cole Wilson's 2 RBI home run. The Panthers answered with 3 runs on 2 hits and and two errors in the bottom of the first. Neither team scored in the 2nd inning.  In the 3rd inning with 3 singles the Jags added 2 more runs to lead 6-3 but the Panthers came back and added two more runs to bring the score to 6-5.  In the 4th the Jags added 6 more runs and then 7 runs in the top of the fifth.  In the bottom of the 5th Barnsdall added 3 more runs bringing the game to an end with the Jags on top 19-8.  Cole Wilson had 3 hits on the night including his first home run of the year and 4 RBIs.  Ben Bradley, Wes Shaffer and Erik Willis each had two hits each. Ben Bradley also had 4 rbis for the night.

NOAH           4 0 2  6 7   19 12 5
Barnsdall       3 0 2  0 3    8  11 10

Ryan Blake pitched the first inning for the Jaguars allowing 3 unearned runs on 2 hits, and 1 walk. Cole Wilson relieved for 3 innings allowing 2 runs, 1 earned, with 5 hits, 1 walk and 4 strike outs. Jeb Penrod pitched the final inning for the Jaguars allowing 3 earned runs on 4 singles, with one walk and 1 strikeout and a nice double play with bases loaded to end the game.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Home Game Today - Apr 13th @ 4:30 vs Bristow PLUS Car Wash Update

The Jags are playing at LaFortune Park today vs Bristow Pirates.  Varsity first pitch is 4:30 p.m. with the JV to follow.

Car Wash Fundraiser Update:

Our Car Wash Fun'raiser to support the Varsity Baseball team in their trek to the season's final games at the HWSA  Championships 2010 in Florida was a great day of fun, sun, and food.
Big THANKS are in order to our SPONSORS and EVERYONE who pitched in and helped in so many ways.  Jag players and families worked hard, played hard and danced around with signs to make a g
ood day of it and make our sponsors proud!
The well coordinated crew washed a whopping 59 cars and received
lots of tips and donations. Pledges are coming in as well and the event will be completed  just in time for  travel to the April 26-May 1st  games.

Those whose provided corporate sponsorship and whom we encourage you to take your business to if the need should arise are:

C & C Janitorial (huge thanks to Coach Lannie McDaniel and Parker for providing the location, donuts!, and lots of muscle)
Smith Boys Carpet Services ( thanks  Smith family- the pizza! hit the spot to keep going full tilt)
Starbucks Coffee (2050 W Kenosha)
Best Signs & Graphics (thanks for our new NOAH Jags Banner)
Danny's Auto Parts & Salvage (thanks Coach Wilson & Cole)

And to ALL of  the PLAYERS & FAMILIES who secured and provided pledges from sponsors near and far on behalf of the Jags- THANK YOU for stepping up to the the plate for your team! Home run effort!
Your generous support is greatly appreciated. Oh yes, and thanks to those who brought their cars through the line. It was good of you !

Go JAGS!!! 2010

Lisa Brownwood

Sunday, April 11, 2010

12U Jags - Claremore Tournament 2nd Place

Pictured: front row LtoR: Will Grantham, Matt Merrill, Logan Stolz, Keaton McDaniel, Austin Lilly; back row LtoR:  Nano Moss, Evan Jacoby, Jono Harrington, Ben Replogle, Sam Replogle; Coaches Harrington, Replogle and Jacoby.

The NOAH Jags 12U team placed 2nd in the Claremore Tournament this weekend. The Jags went 1-0-1 in pool to earn a #2 seed.

Pool Play Game #1 tied Collinsville Cardinals 5-5
Pool Play Game #2 beat Verdigris Vypers 15-0

Quarter finals vs OK Spikes won 8-2
Semi-finals vs SW Indians won 8-0
Championship game vs BA Blackhawks lost 7-3

The Jags overall record is now 7-4-1.  They'll back in league action this week at Indian Springs.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

JV wins Bristow Festival - Apr 10th

The NOAH JV baseball team beat Cleveland JV 6-5 on Friday. On Saturday, they beat Sapulpa JV 2-1 and Mannford JV 11-8 to win the Bristow JV Festival.

The JV also beat the Webster varsity in a double header on Thursday, April 8.

The JV record is now 12-8 on the season.

The Varsity Jags will be playing a DH at Barnsdall on Monday, April 12th.

Both teams will be back home field at LaFortune Park on Tuesday Apr 13th vs 4A Bristow Pirates. First pitch is 4:30 with JV to follow.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Car Wash Fundraiser - April 10th

UPDATE:  Car Wash Fundraiser was a huge success netting over $1,000!  Thank you!

The NOAH Jaguars varsity baseball team traveling to the HWSA World Series near Orlando, Florida this month is having it’s first  Fun’raiser  Free  Car  Wash  this Saturday April 10th on N. Aspen Ave/1 block south of W. Kenosha (S. 145th E Ave/1blk south of E 71st S.) across from
Mc Alister’s Deli and the Walmart  Supercenter in Broken Arrow from 10am-2pm to help support the team. The Car Wash is free, donations are welcome. Plan on bringing your vehicles and come on out to support  NOAH and the team. For more information, please email libbywood@rocketmail.com  Hope to see you there!!!

Ozark Classic - April 3rd

Ozark Classic Tournament
Harrison Arkansas
April 3, 2010

The tournament games for Friday night were rained out. Amazingly they were able to play games on Saturday after over 6 hours of rain on Friday night.  The fields were still wet and soggy but playable.

The first game was against the Blue Eye Bulldogs from Missouri, the Southwest Central League 2009 champions.  They went ahead of the Jaguars early following a grand slam in the 1st inning. The Jags finally got their first run in the 3rd after John Tyree hit a sacrifice fly scoring Caleb Baca.  Then in the third the Bulldogs hit another home run giving them a 6-1 lead.  The Jags added a run in the 3rd, 4th, and 6th but not enough to overcome the lead built by the Bulldogs. Jebadiah Penrod and Ben Beaver each had two hits in the game.

Jaguars   0 0 1  1 0 1 0    3 5 2
Bulldogs  4  1 1  0 0 0      6 7 1

Sam Brownwood started the game for the Jaguars. He allowed 5 runs (3 earned), 2 hits (1 home run), 1 hit by pitch, 3 walks and 2 strikeouts. Austin Ervin made his Jaguar debut pitching 4 good innings. He allowed one earned run, 5 hits (with a double and a home run), 1 walk and 4 strike outs. Cole Wilson closed the game with 3 up 3 down.

The second game was against the Pocahontas Redskins from Arkansas.  The game was scoreless through 3 innings. John Tyree was doing a great job pitching. Right fielder Ben Bradley threw out a runner at home plate to prevent them from scoring in the 2nd inning.  In the top of the 4th the Jags scored 3 runs. Joe Sabatini started the inning with his first double of the day and scored on an error that put Ryan Blake on base. Erik Willis walked then scored on Cole Wilson's RBI single. Cole stole second base and then Ryan came in to score and steal home.  In the 5th inning Andrew reached on a blooper single, stole 2nd, then scored on Jebadiah Penrod's 1st HOME RUN of the year giving the Jags a comfortable 5-0 lead. In the bottom of the 5th, the Redskins answered with a two run homer.  But the Jaguars weren't done scoring yet adding 4 more runs in the 6th inning. John Tyree hit a 2 run single then scored on Joe Sabatini's second double of the day. Erik Willis then hit his 2nd double of the day scoring Joe and giving the Jags a 9-4 lead which held up for the final score. Helping the Jags with two hits a piece in the game included Joe Sabatini, Erik Willis, Cole Wilson, and Josh Ferguson.

Jaguars   0 0 0  3 2 4 0   9 11 1
Redskins 0 0 0  0 2 2 0   4  6 2

John Tyree started and recorded the win. He pitched 6 solid innings allowing 6 hits (1 double, 1 home run), one walk, and 4 strike outs.  Cole Wilson closed the game with another 3 up 3 down inning with 2 strikeouts.

4th Place - because of the rain the tournament had every team play two games and then figured placement according to how many runs were allowed and what side of the bracket they were on after the first game. The Jaguars were awarded the 4th place trophy.

THIS WEEK:  The JV Jaguars play this week against Webster on Thursday at Reed Park. Then the JV will play in a JV Festival in Bristow, OK on Friday and Saturday.  Varsity's next game at this time is Monday, April 12th when they will play against Barnsdall followed by the JV game.  Then another HOME GAME is Tuesday, April 13th at LaFortune Field against Bristow at 4:30! Come out and support the JAGUARS!!!

Another way to support the Jaguars is to attend or help sponsor the CAR WASH on April 10th, 
10 am - 2 pm. The Varsity Jags will be washing cars just south of 71st & Aspen (145th) in Broken Arrow at 2107 West Greeley Street, Broken Arrow . A big THANK YOU to C & C Janitorial and Lannie and Sheree McDaniel for opening their place of business for the car wash. Come have your car washed and/or write a check (tax deductible) to help the Jaguars raise money to support the trip to the WORLD SERIES in AUBURNDALE, FLORIDA at the end of this month!!! You can mail any checks written to NOAH and designated for the CAR WASH to Smith Boys, PO Box 3862, Broken Arrow OK 74013

GO JAGS!!!!!
Debbie S  <

Monday, March 29, 2010

Sand Springs 3 NOAH 1 - March 29th

NOAH Jaguars vs. Sand Springs Sandites
March 29th
6A #15 Sand Springs beat the Jags 3-1 on a beautiful sunny 70 degree afternoon. The Sandites scored first in the 1st after 3 Jag errors. The Jaguars answered with one run in the bottom of the 1st. Andrew Smith lead off the game with a single then scored on Joe Sabatini's double. The Sandites got another run with the help of 2 more Jag errors in the 2nd inning. The third inning shortstop Jebadiah Penrod shut down their threat with a nice double play then Sam Brownwood struck out the next batter. In the bottom of the 3rd the Jags had the bases loaded but the Sandites recorded their own double play to end the inning. The Sandites scored one more run in the 4th inning.  Catcher Joe Sabatini cut down the Sandites threat by throwing out two Sandites trying to steal during the game.  

Pitcher Sam Brownwood had another great outing. He only allowed 4 singles in the game, 3 runs but only one earned. He walked 4 batters, hit one batter, and struck out 5 batters.

                                                        R H E
NOAH JAGS   1 0 0  0 0 0  0        1  8 7
Sand Springs   1 1 0   1  0 0  0        3 4 4

JV Jaguars beat the JV Sandites 8-2. Josh Ferguson pitched a complete game for the Jags.

The varsity will travel to Harrison, Arkansas to play in the Ozark Classic on Friday.  The Jags will play highly ranked Blue Eye, Missouri on Friday at 5:30 p.m.
The JV will be playing in the Barnsdall Tournament at 10 a.m. on Thursday.
Debbie S  <

Saturday, March 27, 2010

10U Jags Win Tournament - March 26th

Pictured bottom row L to R: Justin, Aaron, Nate, Austin, Jacob and Brandon
back row L to R: Coach Merrill, Kirk, Daniel, Sam, Ethan, Benjamin, Coach Moss

The 10U Jaguars won the BAYB Randy Broyles Pre-Season Tournament on March 26th.  The Jags beat the BA Pirates in the first round 8-5.  In the semi-finals, the Jags beat the Lincoln Christian Bulldogs 11-4.  The Jags continued hitting the ball to beat the Pirates in the Championship game 6-2.  The Jags will open season play on Monday at Indian Springs.

Great Job Boys!  Go JAGS!

Chelsea Tournament Championship - March 27th

Championship Game
Chelsea Tournament
NOAH Jaguars vs Chelsea Dragons
March 27th

NOAH Jaguars beat Chelsea Green Dragons 7-3 to win the Chelsea Woodbat Tournament!

The Dragons took the lead in the bottom of the first going up 2-0.  With one out the next two batters were walked then advanced on a passed ball and then both scored on Jag errors. The Jags answered with one run in the 2nd inning. Erik Willis hit a single then scored on Ryan Blake's infield hit. The Jags exploded for 5 runs in the 3rd inning. Andrew Smith led off with a bunt single. John Tyree followed with a single. Both scored after a throwing error by the Dragon's pitcher. Jebadiah Penrod reached on a walk, then stole two bases and scored when Caleb Baca reached on an error. Erik Willis followed with his 2nd single of the day, stole 2nd base, then both Baca and Willis scored on Ryan Blake's 2 out single giving the Jags a 6-2 lead over the Dragons. In the top of the 6th John Tyree reached on an error then scored on Jebadiah Penrod's RBI double. All was quiet on the Dragons side until the 7th. The lead off batter reached on a single then scored when a Dragon teammate hit a double but that was all they could manage. THE JAGS WON THE TOURNAMENT!!!
                                        R   H  E
NOAH    0 1 5  0 0 1 0     7  10  2
Chelsea  2 0 0 0 0 0 1      3   2  4

Starting NOAH Pitcher Andrew Smith recorded the win. He allowed 2 runs, both unearned, no hits, 2 walks and 4 strike outs.  Cole Wilson pitched great in relief allowing 1 run, 2 hits, 2 hit batsmen, 4 strikeouts and also recording the save.


TOURNAMENT MVP - John Tyree  (5 for 9 with 3 RBIs and timely hits for the Jags and flawless defense)
ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM - Sam Brownwood ( pitching a complete no hit shutout in game 2 with 11 strikeouts, plus going 2 for 3 with a double and 2 RBIs) Andrew Smith (pitched & won two games recording 10 strikeouts, 4 for 10 with one double, 2 RBIs, and 4 stolen bases)

With the win, the Jags improve to 8-6.  Jaguars will take on 6A Sand Springs on Monday for their home opener at LaFortune Park.  Varsity first pitch is 4:30 with JV game to follow.  ALL NOAH families will be admitted for free!
~Debbie Smith

Jag Day - Home Opener - March 29th


The home opener is scheduled for Monday, March 29th at LaFortune Park against 6A #15 Sand Springs Sandites. Varsity first pitch is 4:30 with the JV game to follow.

All NOAH players and families are admitted free.  Players need to wear their jerseys!

Concessions will be available.

Go Jags!

Chelsea Tournament - March 24th

Chelsea Tournament
March 24, 2010
NOAH Jaguars vs Foyil Panthers
NOAH beats 2A Foyil 10-2 in the first round of the Chelsea Woodbat Tournament. The Panthers started out on top after scoring one run in the top of the 1st. The Jags answered with one run in the bottom of the first. A double play in the 2nd inning and a strikeout kept the Panthers from scoring in the 2nd inning. The Jags scored two runs in the 2nd. Erik Willis reached on a single, Cole Wilson was hit by a pitch then both scored on Andrew Smith's double. In the 3rd the Jags added 3 more runs. Ben Beaver reached on a walk then John Tyree singled. Erik Willis hit an RBI double then he scored on Cole Wilson's single giving the Jags a 6-1 lead. The Panthers scored a run in the 4th but the Jags answered with four more runs in the bottom of the fourth after two singles, two walks and two more hit batters. Erik Willis went 2 for 3 on the day including his RBI double.
NOAH.  1 2 3  4  0     10 7 0
Foyil       1 0 0   1 0     2  3  2

Starting pitcher Andrew Smith went four innings allowing two runs (1 earned), 3 hits, 3 walks and 6 strike outs. Cole Wilson relieved shutting them down in order.

GAME TWO - Semi-finals
Chelsea Tournament
NOAH Jaguars vs Nowata Ironmen

Our second game of the tournament was against 3A Nowata Ironmen. The Jags scored one run in the 2nd after Sam Brownwood's RBI double. They added one more in the 3rd after Joe Sabatini lead off the inning with a double and scored on a passed ball. All was quiet on the Ironmen's side as Sam Brownwood put on a pitching showcase. Only 2 batters reached base: one on a dropped third strike and one on an error.  In the top of the 5th the Jags offense broke lose and scored 9 runs after 5 walks, one hit batter, an error, and 3 singles by the Jaguars.  Sam Brownwood helped his team out offensively as well as defensively. He was 2 for three on the night with an RBI single and an RBI double. Andrew Smith and John Tyree had two hits apiece in the game. Jeb Penrod and John Tyree had 2 RBIs apiece as well. The Jaguars placed themselves in the championship game scheduled for Saturday at 3 pm (weather pending).

NOAH         0 1 1  0 9      11 8 1
NOWATA   0 0 0 0 0      0 0 1

Starter Sam Brownwood pitched an incredible game! He pitched the complete 5 inning game (run rule applied after the Jags were leading by 8 or more runs after 5 innings). He pitched a shutout, no hits, walked one batter and recorded 11 strikeouts!

The Jags record is now 7-6.

Debbie S  <

Saturday, March 20, 2010

JV Diamond Jags Win Streak Reaches Four

The JV baseball team swept Edison JV on Friday, March 19th for their fourth win in a row.

The Jags won the first game 11-2 behind the pitching of Wes Shaffer and David Dawson.  Ben Beaver pitched the second game for a 3-1 win.

The JV record is now 5-3,  The JV will play a doubleheader against Kansas City Pembroke Hill JV on Monday, March 22nd at Metro Christian Field.  First pitch is scheduled for 3:30.

The JV will also play in Depew's Darrell Fairchild Memorial Tournament.  The first game will be on March 25th at 2:00 p.m. vs Kiefer.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Collinsville Tournament - Pool Play Games - March 17th & 18th

Game 1
NOAH  Jaguars vs Owasso Rams

March 17th

The undefeated and defending 6A champions Rams pitched a 2 hit shut-out (singles by Erik Willis and Josh Ferguson). The Rams scored 7 runs in the 2nd inning and added 1 in the 3rd and two in the 4th. The game ended 10-0.

NOAH 000 00. 0. 2 1
Owasso 071 2. 1010 2

Starter John Tyree pitched two innings allowing 7 earned runs, 7 hits, and 3 walks. Andrew Smith relieved for 3 innings allowing 3 runs (2 earned), 3 hits, 3walks. And one strike out.

Game 2
NOAH Jaguars vs Bishop Kelley Comets

March 17

The second game of the day was against 5A #5 Bishop Kelley. In the 1st inning Andrew Smith reached base on a double (his first of two doubles for the day) and then scored on Sam Brownwood's rbi single. The Comets answered with 3 runs in the bottom of the first after 2 errors, 2 walks and a triple. The Jags threatened a few times but it wasn't until the top of the 7th before they added more runs. Erik Willis reached on a single and scored on Joe Sabatini's 2 run HOMER tying the score. That was the Jags first homer of the year and sent the game into extra innings. The Jags held the Comets scoreless in the bottom of the 7th, 8th, and 9th. In the top of the 10th Andrew Smith reached on a walk and was advanced around to 3rd and then scored the go ahead run on a beautiful rbi single by Ben Beaver. The Jags were on top 4-3. The Comets came up to bat bunting - 3 bunts in a row loading the bases and then the winning runs were walked in to give the Comets the game 5-4 after 2 and 3/4 hours of cold baseball!

JAGUARS 100 000 200 1 4 10 2
COMETS 300 000 000 2 5 8 5

Sam Brownwood was the Jaguar starter pitching 4 innings, 3 runs, 2 hits, 2 walks and 1 strikeout. Freshman pitcher Josh Ferguson relieved and pitched beautifully for 5 innings. He allowed 2 runs, 5 hits and hit one batter. Andrew Smith finished the game walking 2 batters.

Game 3
NOAH Jaguars vs. Jay Bulldogs

March 18th

On a much warmer and nicer day for baseball the Jaguars faced the 4A #9 Jay Bulldogs in their third game of the Collinsville tournament. For the third game in a row the Jags recorded runs in their first at bats. Joe Sabatini hit a two out double then advanced to third on Jebadiah Penrod's single. Both came in to score on Sam Brownwood's 2 rbi single giving them a 2-0 lead over the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs answered with 5 runs on a single, 2 doubles, 2 walks and a hit batsman in the bottom of the 2nd. Then the Bulldogs added another run in the 3rd. The Jags threatened in the 2nd and 3rd but didn't score any more runs until the 4th. Ben Beaver had a single, followed by a walk of Erik Willis and then both scored on Andrew Smith's 2 rbi double giving the Jags 4 runs pulling within two of the Bulldogs. Unfortunately the Bulldogs added 2 more runs in their half of the inning after 4 hits and one walk. The Jags added one more run after Jeb Penrod singled and scored on Ben's second single of the day. The Bulldogs answered with two runs in the 5th. The Jags loaded the bases with one out but couldn't push across a run. In the 6th inning the Bulldogs added 3 more runs on 2 singles, a double and a walk to bring their score to 13 and an 8 run lead over the Jags to end the game with a final score of 13-5.

JAGUARS 200 210 5 10 4
BULLDOGS 051 223 13 13 1

Andrew Smith started but left in the 2nd inning. He had 4 earned runs, 2 hits including one double, 4 walks, 1 hit batter, and 4 strike outs. Joe Sabatini relieved allowing 9 runs (8 earned), 11 hits including 3 doubles, 3 walks and 2 strike outs.

Jags will play for 7th place on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Debbie S <

Locust Grove 10 NOAH 8 - March 16th

NOAH Jags vs Locust Grove Pirates

The Jaguars battled with the Pirates in their beautiful ballpark but in the end the Pirates were on top. The Jags scored with one run in the first but the Pirates answered with 3 in the bottom of the first. The Jags added another run in the second inning, scoreless in the 3rd but the Pirates added 3 more runs in their half of the 3rd. In the 4th the Jags had 4 singles and were able to get 3 more runs but again the Pirates added another run and the score was 7-5 in favor of the Pirates. In each of the following innings the Jags added one more run but the Pirates kept adding to their run total as well and won the game 10-8 over the Jaguars. Sam Brownwood was 3 for 4 at the plate and John Tyree and Ben Beaver each had two hits a piece. Joe Sabatini and Josh Ferguson had 2 rbi's a piece.

John Tyree was the starting pitcher allowing 3 runs, 3 hits, 2 walks, hit by pitch and 1 strikeout. Sam Brownwood relieve for 2 innings allowing 4 runs, one hit batter, 3 walks and 3 strikeouts. Cole Wilson finished off the last 2 innings allowing 3 runs, 2 hits, and one walk.

NOAH 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 8 11 2

Locust Grove 3 0 3 1 1 2 10 6 6

JV won 9-3

NOAH 11 Webster 1 - March 15th

NOAH Jaguars vs. Webster Warriors

March 15

The Jaguars played at Reed Park tonight against the Webster Warriors. This was a make up game from the game last week when the field was too wet to play baseball. The Jaguars came out swinging in the first inning and went on top 6-0. Joe Sabatini was back in uniform for the Jaguars and lead off with a walk, stole 2nd, then scored on Jeb Penrod's rbi double. Cole Wilson put down a sacrifice bunt but was safe at first on an error. Andrew Smith followed with an rbi double scoring Cole. Ben Beaver reached after being hit by a pitch then later scored on a passed ball. John Bartlett hit a single and later scored on Sam Brownwood's rbi single. In the 2nd inning Erik Willis lead off with a single (going 2 for 3 on the night). Ben Beaver again was hit by a pitch. Josh Ferguson hit a single scoring both runners on base. In the 3rd John Tyree reached after being hit by a pitch and scored on Andrew Smith's 2nd rbi double of the night. Then Andrew was able to score after Erik Willis hit another single. In the 4th Sam Brownwood also reached after being hit by a pitch then scored on Jeb Penrod's 2nd rbi double of the night. That put the Jags up 11-1 and the game was called according to the run rule in the bottom of the 4th.


NOAH 622 1 11 8 1

Webster 010 0 1 2 3

Andrew Smith was the starting pitcher and Ben Beaver came in for relief. Andrew didn't give up a hit, walked one batter and struck out two. Ben pitched 3 solid innings, allowing 2 singles, one unearned run, and had 5 strike outs.

The JV won 4-1.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

High School Baseball - Schedule Update - March 10th

The Jags will not be playing this week in the Sperry Tournament.

Tuesday's March 9th  game against Webster is rescheduled for Monday, March 15th.  The Jags will play at Webster's Reed Park on Union and West 41st.  Varsity first pitch is 5:30 p.m. followed by JV.

Jags travel to play at 4A Locust Grove on Tuesday, March 16th at 4:30 p.m. followed by JV.

The Jags will be playing in the Collinsville Tournament on March 17th, 18th and 20th. The Jags open pool play games on March 17th against 6A #1 Owasso at 1:30 and 5A #5 Bishop Kelley at 4:00 p.m.  The final game of pool play will be on Thursday, March 18th against 4A #9 Jay at 11:00 a.m.  Championship round will be on Saturday.

Go Jags!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Jag Day Home Opener March 9th -- CANCELED

March 9th - Today's home opener at LaFortune Field has been canceled due to wet playing field.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

NOAH 13 Mounds 0 - March 4th

NOAH Jaguars vs Mounds Eagles
March 4, 2010

Jags improve record to 4-2 with a 13-0 win over Mounds. On a beautiful night for baseball, the Jaguars came out swinging their bats. Every Jaguar starter had either a hit, an RBI, or scored a run. The Jaguars had 11 hits, all singles, and scored 13 runs and 10 stolen bases. Cole Wilson scored 3 times with 2 singles, 4 stolen bases, and 2 RBIs. John Tyree was 2 for 2, 2 stolen bases, 2 walks, scoring twice, and 1 RBI. Andrew Smith was 2 for 3 with 2 stolen bases and 3 RBIs. Erik Willis was 2 for 3 with 2 stolen bases and one RBI. Ben Beaver was also 2 for 3 and scored 3 times and had one RBI. The Jaguars had their first game of the year without an error. The Eagles struggled and committed 7 errors over 5 innings of play.

Starting pitcher Andrew Smith pitched two innings and recorded the win. He allowed one single, walked one batter and struck out 4 Eagles. Cole Wilson closed out the final 3 innings with one single and 3 strike outs.

NOAH    2 3 7 1 0         13  11  0
Mounds    0 0 0 0 0         0    2  6

In the nightcap, the JV Jags won a close game 2-1 over the Mounds JV. The Jags play against Okay, OK tomorrow night in Okay (past Wagoner near Ft. Gibson Lake).

Varsity first pitch is 4:30 followed by the JV.
Debbie S  <

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Sand Springs 10 NOAH 0 - March 1

March 1st
NOAH Jags vs Sand Springs

The Jags played at 6A Sand Springs on a very chilly night.  The Sandites blanked the Jaguars and held them hitless. The Sandites scored 5 runs in the first on 3 walks and 2 singles. They added another run on 2 hits in the 3rd. In the 4th they added 3 more runs with 2 hits, a wild pitch and and a passed ball.  They added the final run in the bottom of the 6th and run ruled the Jags 10-0.

Starter John Tyree took the loss. Sam Brownwood relieved for 2 1/3 innings.

In the nightcap, the NOAH JV lost 10-7 to the Sand Springs JV. The Jags scored first with one run in the first, but then were down 10-1. They came back and scored 5 runs in the 4th and then another one in the 5th to make it 10-7. Good job of fighting and hanging in there Jags!!

Next Game Thursday night @ Mounds 4:30
Debbie S  <

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Southwest Shootout - Consolation Champs - Feb. 27

Southwest Shootout Plano TX
Game 3

NOAH Jags vs OKC Broncos JV
Sat, Feb 27 9 am

The weather was much improved over Friday's rainy game. It was still a crisp start to the game with the temperatures in the low 40's and no wind at game time but the temperature would go up throughout the game. The Jaguars started out extremely strong in the 1st inning. After 15 batters came to the plate with five singles, two errors, a hit by pitch, a walk and doubles by Cole Wilson, Andrew Smith and Caleb Baca the Jags were up by 11 runs. The Jags added 3 more runs on 3 singles in the 2nd. The Broncos put up two runs in the 2nd but that was all they could manage in the game. The Broncos held the Jags scoreless in the 3rd but in the 4th after 2 singles, 3 walks and 3 errors (out of the 10 total for the Broncos in the game) the Jags added 6 more runs. A double by John Tyree and 2 errors gave the Jags two more runs for a total of 22 runs. The game was on a time limit so ended after 4 1/2 innings.

Andrew Smith was the starter for the Jaguars. He allowed 2 hits, 2 unearned runs, 3 strike outs and 4 walks. Josh Ferguson relieved for 1 2/3 innings with one strikeout and Ben Beaver wrapped up the game with one hit and one walk.

The win advanced the Jaguars to the 5th place game at 2 pm.

NOAH 11 3 0 6 2 22 15 3

OKC JV 0 2 0 0 x 2 3 10

5th Place Game Southwest Shootout Plano TX

NOAH Jaguars vs Little Rock Flames
Saturday, Feb 27th 2 pm

What a beautiful day for baseball - upper 50's and light wind and sunny. The Jaguars played the Little Rock Flames again. In the first inning Sam Brownwood scored the 1st run for the Jaguars after a single, stolen base and scoring on Andrew Smith's RBI single. In the second, John Tyree hit a two RBI double and brought the Jags total to three. Jeb Penrod hit a single and then stole 2 bases before scoring on an error in the 3rd. A beautiful double play by first baseman John Tyree put an end to a Flames threat in the 2nd inning. He jumped up and snagged a ball in the air then came down and tagged 1st base. In the 5th Ben Bradley walked, stole 2nd base, advanced on a passed ball then scored. In the 6th inning they broke lose for 5 more runs with singles by Eric Willis and Penrod (who was 4 of 5 on the day with 2 RBIs) a couple errors and a walk. The Flames finally removed their zero and scored 2 runs on 2 hits in the 6th inning. Andrew Smith ended the inning with a double play after catching a fly ball in shallow center and gunning down the runner at home plate. In the 7th Willis lead off the inning with a single advancing to 3rd on an error then scoring on Penrod's RBI single. The Flames added 2 more runs in the bottom of the 5th but it wasn't enough. The Jaguars won 11-5.

Starter Sam Brownwood pitched 2 strong innings with 2 hits and 3 strikeouts. Cole Wilson relieved for 4 1/3 innings with 5 runs (3 earned), 4 strike outs, and 2 walks. Andrew Smith relieved for the last 2 outs and walked one and striking out the last two batters.

5th Place with three wins and only one loss.


NOAH 1 2 1 0 1 5 1 11 9 3

FLAMES 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 8 6

Every player contributed and played an important role in the play of the Jaguars. Outstanding tournament play included John Tyree who was 4 for 8 with 2 doubles, 7 walks, a sac bunt, 5 runs scored, 5 RBIs and a stolen base. Jeb Penrod who was 6 for 17 with a triple, 2 stolen bases, 5 RBIs and 4 runs scored. Andrew Smith was 5 for 12, with 2 doubles, 4 walks, 4 RBIs, 4 runs scored, 3 stolen bases and throwing out two runners trying to steal.

The Jaguars return to action Monday night @Sand Springs at 4:30 pm.

Go JAGS!!!

Debbie S <

Friday, February 26, 2010

Southwest Shootout - Game 2 - Feb. 26th

Southwest Shootout Game 2
NOAH Jaguars vs Ft Worth THESA Riders.
Feb 26, 2010

The second game of the tournament for the Jags started out cool but then the mist, drizzle and light rain moved into the area and made it cold and wet. The Riders posted the first score of the game going ahead 1-0 in the 2nd inning. The Jaguars went ahead in the 3rd inning after Freshman Caleb Baca reached on an error and Senior Sam Brownwood was hit by a pitch and both scored on wild pitches.  The score remained tied and the Jags missed several scoring opportunities stranding 8 over the entire game.  In bottom of the 6th after retiring the first two batters Freshman Wes Shaffer struggled and walked three batters in a row. Sophomore Cole Wilson relieved and faced Rider Billy Carr who already had two hits in the game. He hit a 2 RBI single to give the Riders the lead 4-2. The Jaguars had one more at bat but were retired 3 up 3 down.

Senior John Tyree pitched 4 solid innings allowing 2 runs, only one earned on 4 hits with 5 strikeouts and two walks. Wes Shaffer relieved in the 5th and recorded two strike outs and 4 walks before Cole Wilson relieved in the 6th facing two batters.
                             R H E
NOAH  002 000 0    2  4  2
Riders 011 002  x   4  5  1

Due to weather conditions the 2nd game of the day was postponed until Sat morning. The Jaguars will play the OKC Broncos JV at 9 am and then their final game will be Saturday afternoon.

~Debbie Smith

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Southwest Shootout - Opening Round - Feb. 25th

Southwest Shootout-Plano, TX
NOAH Jags vs Little Rock Flames - Opening Round
Feb 25, 2010

The Jaguars got off to a great start for the 2010 season with a 9-1 win against the Little Rock Flames in the seeding round of the Southwest Shootout.

The Jags jumped to an early lead in the 1st inning with 3 runs. Junior Jeb Penrod hit an RBI triple in the first inning for NOAH. In the top of the second the Flames scored one unearned run for their only run of the game. In the 3rd inning the  Jags scored 2 more runs after 4 walks and a run scoring on a passed ball.  In the 4th inning, Senior Andrew Smith hit an RBI double and the Jags were now on top 6-1. In the 5th inning, Josh Ferguson hit an RBI single and then later scored on an error.  Andrew Smith started off the 6th inning with a double, advanced on a flyout and then scored on a wild pitch. The Jaguars had 6 stolen bases in the game to help their scoring opportunities and winning the game 9-1 over the Flames.

 Jag Starter Sam Brownwood pitched 3 solid innings with 6 strikeouts and 1 walk. Cole Wilson relieved in the 4th inning and struck out 7 over the next 3 innings with 2 walks.  Wes Shaffer closed out the game for the Jags and struck out 1 batter.

The Jaguars face the Ft. Worth Riders at 10 am Friday morning quarter final game and then play again at 3 pm. 

~Debbie Smith

Sunday, February 14, 2010

High School Baseball Spirit Night - Feb. 15th

Diamond Jaguar Spirit Night - February 15th!!

Join Us for Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A at Regal Plaza located at 105th and Memorial.

Help the high school team earn money for the trip to the Homeschool World Series in Auburndale, Florida.

Come meet the team between 5:00pm-8:00pm.

Put your receipt in the collection box and a percentage of the dollar amount of receipts collected will go directly to NOAH Baseball!


At Regal Plaza

Receipts will be collected all day, for those that can’t make it in between 5 - 8 p.m.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Elementary Recreational Teams Update - Need 1st and 2nd Grade Players


We still need a couple more players for the K/1st grade and 2nd grade team.  If you are in Kindergarten and/or 1st grade and you have not turned 7 by 9/01/09, you are eligible for 1st grade baseball.   First grade team will play at Mitchell Park. 

If you are in 2nd grade and you have not turned 8 by 9/01/09, you are eligible for 2nd grade baseball.  The 2nd grade team will play at LaFortune Park.

Player Fees are $90 and the uniform will be $40.

If you are interested in playing, please contact Darron Replogle at baseball@noahjags.org

Thursday, January 28, 2010

2010 Recreational Baseball Sign-ups Postponed

Due to inclement weather, the 2010 youth recreational baseball sign-ups scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 30th have been postponed to Saturday, Feb. 6th.  Sign-ups will take place at Springs of Grace Bible Church located on 6th street between Memorial and Sheridan (7123 East 7th) from 12:30 to 2:30.

Please bring the following paperwork:  Player code of conduct, parent code of conduct, medical release, TKB contract and copy of birth certificate.  Forms can be found on the NOAH website.  www.noahjags.org

Thank you,
Darron Replogle
Baseball AD

Friday, January 22, 2010

Andrew Smith signs with Coffeyville

 (pictured: Coach Daniel Dulin and Andrew Smith)

NOAH standout signs with Coffeyville

Outfielder/Pitcher Andrew Smith of Tulsa NOAH (Northeast Oklahoma Association of Homeschools) recently signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Coffeyville Community College in Coffeyville, Kan.  The signing ceremony took place at Stinchcomb Mansion in Broken Arrow.

"I am thankful for the opportunity NOAH has given me to improve my skills while playing high school baseball” Smith said. “It allowed me to be better prepared to play at the college level. I 'm looking forward to playing at the next level in Coffeyville next year." Smith, a Broken Arrow resident and four-year starter for the NOAH varsity, was named to the Homeschool Baseball All-Regional team last season. As a junior last spring, he helped the Jaguars to a runner-up finish in the Homeschool Baseball Regionals and a trip to the Homeschool World Series with a team leading .329 batting average, three home runs, and an impressive .561 slugging percentage.  Smith also appeared on the mound in eleven games.  He struck out 25 batters while walking 11 to post a 3-2 record and two saves.

“Andrew exhibits great character as a well grounded young Christian man and as a player. He is passionate about baseball and a highly motivated young man. His work ethic will allow him to accomplish whatever he sets out to do. He is a talented player that I look forward to coaching this year and watching for years to come” said Head Coach Ray Blake.

 (www.NoahJags.org) is a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for homeschool athletes in the Tulsa area to compete in a number of sports, including baseball, football, basketball, softball and tennis.

Friday, January 8, 2010

2010 Recreational Signups - Ages 5-14

Attention: NOAH is currently taking online registration for Spring Recreational Teams. Please email Darron Replogle at baseball@noahjags.org to pre-register for the Spring 2010 team. Please include your son’s name, birthdate, shirt size (ie 8-10), two favorite jersey numbers, grade and team played for last year.

Sign-ups will be 9:00-11:30 a.m. on January 30th. All players will need to attend sign-ups to bring forms and money at Springs of Grace Church – 7123 East 7th (main entrance is on 6th street between Memorial and Sheridan).

Practices will start in March.

Elementary Players:

Who: Homeschool Players Grades K-5th grade. CETBO has a September 1st cutoff date. So your age will determine the grade.

2010 Player Fees - $90
2010 Uniform Cost – Estimated $40.

NOAH has a No Pay No Play policy and a No Refund Policy on player fees. There are some exceptions to these rules but they are rare. Make check payable to NOAH.

**Update** Hot News: Eligible Players – Players that attend private schools such as Mingo Valley and/or St. Augustine or other private schools that the school is within the CETBO boundaries will be able to sign-up through NOAH. If you are a private school player and played for NOAH last year, please pre-register with NOAH.  If you are new to the program, you must attend signups on January 30th.

We will wear the same uniform design as last year which was royal blue t-shirt, belt and socks, grey pants, royal blue cap. You are allowed to wear last year’s uniform so long as it still looks good.

There will be opportunity to purchase additional Jagwear for siblings, grandparents, parents such as hoodies, caps and t-shirts.

Last Year Players: Homeschool and private school players that played on a NOAH team last year are given the option to get your name on the roster before Jan. 23rd. Signups on Jan. 30th will be on first come, first serve basis. The reason for this is to twofold. First, we want to reward those players that have been in the NOAH program a spot on the team and secondly we want to keep the roster down to a maximum of 12 players or less. To reserve your name on a roster, you must email your birthdate, your current grade and the team you played on last year to me at this email or your coach. If you commit early, you will still need to attend the sign-ups on Jan. 30 to turn your paperwork in, uniform sizing and pay your fees.


Please go to the website http://www.noahjags.org/  and click on FORMS and print off the following forms, fill them out and bring them on Jan. 30th.

1) Elementary Player Code of Conduct (K-5th grade players)

2) Parent Code of Conduct (signed by both parents)

3) NOAH Baseball Athletic Release and Medical Authorization

4) TKB (Tulsa Kids Baseball) Form for K-5th Graders

5) Bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate

Coaching Forms: (All Coaches)

1) Coaching Application

2) Coach Code of Conduct

Coaches you will need to size for coaches shirts on the Jan. 30th as well.

Jr High Players:

2010 Player Fees Ages 13-14- TBD

2010 Uniform Cost – Estimated $80.

Players must be 13 or 14 as of May 1, 2010. (No players can be 15 on May 1st to be eligible to play).

Jr High Players will play at Indian Springs Rec League. If we have enough players interested and a dad willing to coach, we’ll put a team in at Indian Springs. Final costs will be determined depending on number of players interested. The league fees are higher at Indian Springs so expect to pay $170 or more plus uniforms.