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:

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  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  <