When: Saturday, Jan 5, 2013 Where: Tulsa Bible Church - Gym 5838 S. Sheridan Rd Time: 10-11 a.m. (Be there 10 minutes early)
It's that time to think about getting ready for the Spring season. We will have an information meeting on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013 from 10-11 a.m. for homeschool players interested in playing recreational baseball this upcoming Spring. All teams will play at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow.
Recreational teams will be formed for players 12 and under as of April 30, 2013.
We will have information on how to sign-up, player fees, uniform fees, practice schedule and fundraising opportunities. The league games will start April 1st.
In the meantime, get in touch with your friends and encourage them to attend the information meeting to learn more about NOAH baseball.
It's that time to think about getting ready for the Spring season. We will have an information meeting during early January
for homeschool players interested in playing recreational baseball this
upcoming Spring. All teams will play at Indian Springs in Broken
Arrow. We will have a date and meeting place announced soon. In the
meantime, get in touch with your friends and encourage them to attend
the information meeting to learn more about NOAH baseball.
The high school baseball program held a fundraiser to purchase new uniforms this fall. The drawing took place on November 8th at the team uniform sizing meeting. All tickets sold were placed in a green tub. Caleb Roberts, having sold the most tickets, had the honor to draw the winning ticket from the tub. And the winner of the new generation IPAD is.....Jada Lynn!!
Jada, who just recently turned 11 years old, spent 6 hours outside of Wal-Mart helping her brother Josiah, and teammates Will and Austin sell tickets. Some patrons just donated money without putting their names on the tickets. Since Jada was doing a great job of bringing donors to the table, the players put her name on the anonymous donor tickets. Congratulations!
Overall, the team sold $8,294 dollars worth of tickets. The funds raised will go towards purchasing new uniforms. Thank you to everyone that bought tickets or donated to the program. Your generosity is greatly appreciated!
The NOAH high school baseball team is hosting a garage sale this Saturday, October 27th. All proceeds will go towards the baseball program costs such as tournament fees and umpire fees.
Please stop by anytime from 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. to support the Jaguar baseball program. You might just find that perfect knick-knack, golf club or piece of furniture that you won't find in the big box stores! Everything will be sold...name your price!
Garage Sale Location: 7402 S. 87th East Avenue (around 71st and Memorial/Mingo) Tulsa, Ok 74133
The weather forecast shows a chance of showers for Saturday. Please call the JAGLINE 918-365-2218 before heading to the tryouts.
Tryouts for youth competitive baseball are scheduled for Saturday, October 13th.
11U/12U Team - Oct. 13th - 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Ages 11 or 12 and under as of 4/30/2013
13U/14U Team - Oct. 13th - 11:30- 1:30 p.m.
Ages 13 or 14 and under as of 4/30/2013
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.
Baseball Spring 2013 Competitive Team Tryouts – 11U thru 14U
For all tryouts please arrive 30 minutes early for warm-up.
All prospects need to pre-register by emailing player's name, date of birth, team previously played on to Darron Replogle at email@example.com
should dress in baseball attire (wear a protective cup) and bring your
glove, bat and water bottle. Tryouts will commence on time as indicated
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.
11U/12U Team - Oct. 13th - 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Ages 11 or 12 and under as of 4/30/2013
13U/14U Team - Oct. 13th - 11:30- 1:30 p.m. Ages 13 or 14 and under as of 4/30/2013
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.
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 $275-300 plus $100-120 uniform cost.
2013 League: All competitive and recreational teams will play at Indian
Springs (131st and 145th east ave). 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.
Due to weather conditions, please check the Jagline 918-365-2218 for updates prior to attending the tryout.
We have some interest in forming fall baseball teams. Fall baseball is very relaxed, minimal practices, no standings, no trophies. Teams will play at Indian Springs. If there's enough players to form teams, we'll put the team(s) in the Broken Arrow Indian Springs league. For more information, see below. We'll also need coaches. If you are interested, please email Darron Replogle at firstname.lastname@example.org by August 24th.
BAYB - ISCB
2012 Fall Ball League
WOOD BAT For Ages 11 and up.
$750 per Team 9 yrs to 18 yrs.
$ 500 per Team 8 yrs and younger (Coach Pitch)
THERE ARE NO INDIVIDUAL PLAYER SIGN-UPS FOR FALL BALL!
THE REGULAR BASEBALL SEASON IS
FROM JANUARY(SIGN-UPS BEGIN) THRU JULY(WORLD SERIES)
12 Game Schedule Sunday “Double Header”
September 16th – November 11th. There will be no games scheduled the weekend of Fall break unless needed for rain outs. We will schedule games that weekend if there are rainouts before then. Please fill out the entry forms and send them in by fax or e-mail.
No Standings or Trophies. No Uniforms Required.
Entry Forms on our website must be received by September 2nd.
All league fees MUST be paid by Coaches Meeting or spot forfeited.
Mandatory Coaches Meeting September 5th at 6:30 pm at the BAYB Offices located at the Indian Springs Sports Complex
Games are not guaranteed due to rain however additional Sundays or Saturdays may be used as Rain out Dates if possible.
There will be a tournament roughly mid season for fall teams. Details to be announced. That is going to be part of the entry fee for the league. If there are any question please feel free to call.
14U Jaguars: Kneeling: Ben Replogle, Keaton McDaniel, Evan Jacoby, Cody Dillingham, Austin Lilly, Josiah Lynn, Coleton Davis Standing: Coach Darron Replogle, Coach Randy Jacoby, Brady Heaps, Daniel O'Connor, Caleb Raper, Matt Merrill, Will Grantham, Coach Gene Lilly, Logan Stolz, Coach Rick Castleberry, Pat Castleberry, Coach Greg Lynn
The 14U Jaguars competed in the USSSA 14U AA World Series in Broken Arrow, OK during the week of July 7-11. The events started off with the team skills competition on Saturday night. The Jaguars were well represented. Team members Pat Castleberry, Cody Dillingham, Evan Jacoby, Austin Lilly, Matt Merrill and Ben Replogle won the Around the Horn competition by completing their throws in 10.07 seconds. The base relay team of Coleton Davis, Josiah Lynn, Caleb Raper and Logan Stolz finished in 3rd place with a time of 16.5 seconds. Will Grantham, Brady Heaps and Daniel O'Connor competed in the Player's HR Derby. Randy Jacoby and Shane Davis competed in the Dad's HR Derby. Terri Jacoby and Angie Davis competed in the Mom's HR Derby. Broken Arrow Baseball Association did a good job with the events and the catered in Rib Crib BBQ.
Around the Horn Champions: Ben Replogle, Evan Jacoby and Cody Dillingham; Matt Merrill, Austin Lilly and Pat Castleberry
The Jags finished their pool play schedule with 2 ties. On Monday, they opened bracket play by beating the Claremore Express 10-7. Jags lost the second round to the Warner Storm 11-2 which put them into the loser's bracket which meant they had to win six games to get to the finals. On Tuesday, Jags beat the OKC Bulldogs 4-3 in 7 innings in the 8 a.m. game. Then beat the Broken Arrow Pirates 10-2. Logan Stolz threw a no-hitter as the Jags run-ruled the Claremore Express 15-0 in the third game of the day which set up a show down with the Broken Arrow Venom (Ok State Champ) in the 8 p.m. game. It was pitcher's duel through five innings as the Venom held onto a 1-0 lead. Venom added 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to win the game 4-0 eliminating the Jags from the tournament. The Jags finished the tournament with a 4 wins 2 losses and 2 ties for a 5th place finish. Overall, we played good baseball.
The 14U team finished the season with 21 wins 20 losses and 4 ties. Go Jags!
Team Members: Kneeling, Sam Replogle, Benjamin Moss, Justin Taylor, Elton Ashcraft, Nathanael Raper Standing: Drew Dillingham, Dan Merrill, Micah Floyd, Ethan Kelly, Kirk Shiew (not pictured Ian Brandenburg) Coaches: Andrew Moss, Rod Merrill, Brian Kelly, Mark Raper
The 12U Jaguars team recently competed in the USSSA 12U Oklahoma State Tournament in Sand Springs, Ok. The Jaguars entered the 16-team tournament as a 13-seed. Jags won their first two games before suffering their first loss to the eventual State Champion. The Jags then had to win four games in the loser's brackets to get to the finals. Jags never quit attitude propelled them to three straight wins before losing in a heart breaker as the opposing team beat the Jags by 1 run in the last inning to reach the finals. Coaches Mark Raper, Brian Kelly, Rod Merrill and Andrew Moss did a great job of coaching the boys and were pleased with the player's resiliency to battle all weekend.
The team also finished in 2nd place in the Broken Arrow Competitive League. The 12U team finished the season with an overall record of 16 Wins 16 Losses 2 Ties.
Joe Sabatini has finally come to a decision as to where he will begin his next
season of life and we’d love for you to be a part of sending him off. We
know this will be reaching you with very short notice and we apologize.
We completely understand if you are unable to make it, but would
greatly appreciate your attendance, if possible. You have played such a
significant role in Joe's life. Joe made his final decision this morning
to accept a scholarship offer to attend and play baseball for Baylor
University in Waco, TX. He will be leaving next Tuesday to attend the
second session of summer school.
We hope to see you tomorrow afternoon, even if just for a quick hug!
The NOAH Board is actively looking for someone with Website Design
experience who would like to donate/volunteer their services in the
redesign of the NOAH website. If you are interested or you know someone
who may be interested please
have them contact Fred Sabatini at email@example.com
NOAH Baseball will be holding tryouts for the 2012/2013 High School
Varsity, JV and Freshman teams on Saturday, June 9th at 10:00 a.m. at the NOAH
practice fields on 83rd and 129th east avenue. Eligible players must be
homeschool to participate. This an open tryout. Current year players must attend the
tryouts. Please wear baseball attire. Be at the field for registration and warm-ups by 9:30 a.m.
The NOAH 13U competitive team finished in 2nd place in the Broken Arrow USSSA Tournament over the weekend losing 7-5 in the championship.
Team members (kneeling) Braden Johnson, Brooks Antle, Peter Arjay, Bryson Davis, Evan Jacoby (Standing) Coach Jacoby, Dario Rivera, Trevor Johnson, Jordan Blom, Nathaniel Moss, Joey Redenius and Coach Johnson
The Jags battled the St. Louis Patroits in the DII 3rd place game as Scott Koszykowski made his first appearance on the hill of the tournament. Kozy scattered 9 hits, 3 walks and 4 runs over 7 innings. The Jags played flawless defense committing no errors but couldn't get the sticks going on offense. Ben Beaver and Josh Ferguson had singles and Cole Wilson's double were the only hits of the game. The Partiots walked 7 batters and had 4 errors but the Jags could only muster 2 runs. With the loss, the NOAH Jaguars ended 4th in Division II and 12th overall in a field of 27.
Division 2 Semi-final Game - Houston Falcons 12 NOAH 2 Jags scored the game's first run after walks by Cole Wilson and Joe Sabatini. Cole Wilson scored when Kendall Davis hit into a fielders choice. Josh Ferguson started the game on the mound pitched two scoreless innings until the Falcons got on the scoreboard with 2 runs in the 3rd inning. NOAH tied the game in the 4th when Kendall Davis reached on a single then scored on fielder's choice. The Falcons added one run in the 4th before breaking open the game with 4 runs in the 5th. Ferguson was replaced by Cooper Files who finished the 5th. Wesley Dominguez pitched in the 6th where the Falcons added 5 runs to stop the game. The story of the game was lack of offense by the Jags (1 hit 4 walks and only 1 error) and good offense by the Falcons (16 hits 1 walk, 4 errors and 1 hit by pitch). The NOAH Jags now play for 3rd Place in Division 2, Sat 5/5/12 10:30 Eastern.
The Jaguars quest for Division 1 World Series Championship ends in a 4-3 loss to Woodstock, Georgia on Thursday, May 3rd. The loss sends the Jags to the Divsion II Bracket.
Seeding Game 4 - Woodstock, GA 4 NOAH 3
Wesley Shaffer was on the mound again and it became an exciting contest. The Knights scored a run in the 1st inning when the lead off batter walked, moved to 2nd on an error then to 3rd on a balk and scored on a sac fly to left. That was all they could manage till the 5th inning as Shaffer and the team settled down and made some solid plays to quiet the Knights. The Jags struggled to get runs across the plate stranding 6 runners until the 4th inning when a walk, 3 singles by Mackenzy Shipman, Kendall Davis and Ben Beaver and a hit batter combined to put the Jags up 3-1. The Knights got a run back in the 5th and tied it in the 6th. In the top of the 7th, Shipman and Austin Stevens reached on errors and Cooper Files singled to right to put NOAH ahead 4-3. In the bottom of the 7th inning, the Knights leadoff batter singled to right, advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt and the 3rd hole batter walked. The Knights clean up man iced the game with a hugh double to center field to score the tying and winning runs. Moving the NOAH Jaguars into the Division II Bracket.
Division II First Round Game - NOAH 6 Temple, Tx 2
The 1st game in the Division II Brackets had NOAH playing the Temple TX Chargers with Cole Wilson on the hill. Kendall Davis scored the Jags 1st run after reaching 2nd on a throwing error by the Chargers pitcher. He advanced to 3rd on a single by Caleb Baca and scored when MacKenzy Shipman reached on an error. In the top of the 3rd, Davis drove in Cole Wilson who reached on an error and Joe Sabatini who was hit by pitch with a booming triple to center field. The Chargers would get back their only 2 runs in the bottom of the inning on single and a 2-run homer over centerfield. In the 4th inning Cooper Files walked and was out on a fielders choice that put Austin Stevens on first and Ben Beaver singled but both runners were stranded. The 5th inning saw Kendall Davis slug a 2-run homer after Sabatini drew a lead off walk. Cooper Files moved to the mound as the heat took its toll on Wilson. Files finished the last 3 innings allowing 1 hit, 1 walk and striking out 4. The Jags scored 1 last time in the top of the 7th on Joe Sabatinis triple to right and an RBI single by Davis. Final score 6-2 NOAH. Other notes, Baca added 2 walks to his single and MacKenzy Shipman had a single and a double in the game.
The Jags will play in the Division II Semi-finals on Friday, May 4th at 1:00 p.m CST against Houston Northside Falcons. The winner will play in the DII Championship Game on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. CST.
NOAH Jaguars beat Spring, Tx Mustangs 10-5 in the third seeding game.
Josh Ferguson started on the bump for the Jags to face the Spring Texas Mustangs. The loser of this game drops to division III with the winner moving to the Qualifier round where a win puts your team into Division I and a loss puts you in Division II. Ferguson came out strong retiring six of the first seven batters in the first two innings stranding the lone baserunner on first after he had reached on an error. Jags jumped out to an early lead by scoring 4 runs in the first, 1 in the second and 2 in the third on 3 walks, triples by Joe Sabatini, Austin Dillingham and Austin Stevens. The Mustangs got on the scoreboard by plating a run on a single and double in the 4th inning. Third baseman MacKenzy Shipman had a put out and assist in the inning. The 5th inning saw a couple of miscues and three hits and a walk to bring the Mustangs back to within 2 runs. Wes Dominguez replaced Ferguson and got the last out to end the inning. Dominguez pitched the 6th inning by walking two but coming back to retire the last 2 batters with K's and getting the save in the 10-5 Win. The Jaguars now move to the Qualifier games looking for another win to move into the Platinum Division.
Jags will play Woodstock, GA on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. CST. If they win they will be in the Division 1 (Top 8) Bracket for the second year in a row.
The NOAH Jaguars varsity baseball team traveled to Auburndale, Florida this week to compete in the Homeschool World Series www.hwsa.net. Jags competed in two seeding games on Monday, April 30th, winning the first game and losing the second game.
Seeding Game 1: NOAH 4 Atlanta Knights 3
Wes Shaffer pitched a 7 inning complete game giving up only 1 earned run on 6 hits, 1 walk, 1 hit by pitch while striking out 10. He was helped with offense by Caleb Baca who went
2 for 3 with a double and hits
by Joe Sabatini, Austin Dillingham, Ben Beaver and Kendall Davis who also doubled. Cole Wilson
walked twice and Beaver and Sabatini also drew free bases. Atlanta
scored 3 times on the Jags with the help of 4 miscues by the Jags.
Seeding Game 2: Memphis Eagles 6 NOAH 5
Senior Cole Wilson took the mound for the Jags and pitched a 7 inning complete game. Wilson struggled in the 1st inning giving up 2 hits and 2 walks and that
helped The Eagles score 4 runs. Wilson would only
allow 2 runs in the remaining 6 innings
as he allowed only 7 more hits, 2 walks and struck out 4. Senior Joe Sabatini
launched a rocket over the right center in the top of the 7th to tie
the game. The Eagles came back on a long triple to score the winning run in the
bottom half of the inning for a 6-5
win. Big hits in the game were doubles by Sabatini and Ben Beaver and Austin Dillingham's triple. All toll the Jags out hit the Eagles 12-9 but the deciding
factor was stranding 17 runners on base.
Next game for the Jags is Tuesday, May 1st @ 1 PM Central time. Jags must win two more games to reach the Division 1 (Top 8) Bracket.
Following Coach Blankenship’s resignation as NOAH Head High School Football Coach in mid February the NOAH Board in conjunction with Coach Blankenship as football AD began a search for the man to head up the Jaguars next chapter of success. The NOAH Board would like to first thank Coach Blankenship for the countless, tireless hours of study, preparation, prayer and coaching that he gave in launching the first NOAH football team. Coach Joe built the program over the past eight years from the ground up into the most competitive and successful Christian homeschool football program in the nation, consistently ranking number one in the country in various national polls. In stepping down as head coach he began a search for a replacement and many qualified candidates came forward locally and from across the country. After a six week search and selection process he recommended his top two candidates to the NOAH Board.
The NOAH Board interviewed both candidates and we are now excited to introduce to you the next head NOAH High School Football Coach……
Steve Gastelum (Coach G) has accepted the position of Head football Coach for the NOAH Jaguars going into the 2012 football season, effective immediately. The NOAH Board unanimously voted in Steve and support him with complete unity. Steve and his family are long time members of the NOAH organization. Steve had assisted Coach Blankenship in the creation and development of the first NOAH football team and has been a diligent student of the game ever since. Coach G has developed great relationships with players and parents alike and the Board is proud to have him lead into this next chapter of NOAH Football.
Please check the NOAH website http://www.noahjags.org/ and the football blog for upcoming football calendar announcements as Coach Gastelum releases information regarding the 2012 football season! BLEED BLUE!! GO JAGS!!
NOAH Freshman baseball team finished in 3rd place at the Depew Varsity Tournament. The Jags opened first round play by beating 1A Kiefer 4-2 in extra innings. In the semi-finals, the Jags lost in extra innings to host 1A #20 Depew 10-9. In the 3rd place the game, the Jags trailed 6-1 to 2A Drumright and came back to win in their last at-bats 8-7.
NOAH Board of Directors is accepting applications for one term 3-year member position. This would be a great opportunity to serve the homeschool families in a leadership capacity to help promote the organization. If you are interested, please email, NOAH Board Secretary Tammy Dix at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you missed the sign-ups, there are still some open spots. You must act quickly to meet the February 6th deadline. Please send an email to email@example.com expressing your commitment to play. We currently have players wanting to form teams in the 7U, 8U, 9U and 10U age brackets. Teams will be formed based on player's age as of 4/30/12>
Here's some facts about the season. Fees: 2012 Player Fees - $125 includes league fees, insurance, baseball jersey and cap
Plus Broken Arrow Youth Baseball (Indian Springs) has a mandatory fundraiser for all players - $60. You have the option to buy out or sell $60 dollars worth of raffle tickets for a chance to win $10,000. This fundraiser will be handled by BAYB.
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 for $125.
2012 Uniform Cost – Buy on your own: grey baseball pant, royal blue socks and belt
Forms: Please go to the website http://www.noahjags.org/ and click on FORMS and print off the NOAH Handbook, fill it out and mail the last few pages along with a copy of player's birth certificate to Baseball AD by Feb. 6th.
Baseball AD 30225 East 6th Street Catoosa, Ok 74015