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.

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.

 ( 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 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  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.