NOAH Baseball will hold tryouts for the Spring 2018 high school and junior high baseball teams. Players must be homeschool per the NOAH eligibility guidelines. For more information regarding eligibility, please click on handbook -> NOAH Handbook
Junior High Team will be for those players in the 6th-8th grade for school year 2017/2018.
High School Team will be for those players in the 9th-12th grade for school year 2017/2018.
The tryout will be based on pro-style format: timed 60 yd dash, position players will throw from IF and/or OF, pitchers and catchers will throw bullpen and finish up with batting practice. Players must wear baseball attire, provide their own baseball gear and bring a water bottle.
All returning players must participate in tryouts.
Location: Grace Church Baseball Field located at 96th & Garnett
Junior High Tryout Date: Monday July 10th @ 6:30 p.m.
High School Tryout Date: Tuesday July 11th @ 6:30 p.m.
Be at the field for registration and warm-ups at 6:00 p.m.
There will not be any make-up dates unless it’s postponed due to weather. Make every effort to attend the tryout.
NOAH beat Dallas HSAA Angels in the Division 1 3rd place game. The Jags finished the season with a 20-11 record. This is the second year in a row to win 20 games or more in a season. Junior Kaden Alexander pitched 5 strong innings giving up 1 earned run with 8 Ks, 2 BBs and 1 HBP. The offense attack was led by Junior Evan Jacoby who went 2 for 2 with a double and RBI.
Fri May 5th:
Houston Northside 3 NOAH 1
NOAH lost in the National Semi-Finals to Houston Northside Falcons. The Falcons managed on 1 hit which was a 2-run HR in the 5th inning which eventually proved to be the only hit needed to knock off the defending Champions. The Jags had 3 hits but left 10 batters on base including bases loaded in the 7th inning. Northside went on to win the National Championship finishing their season with a 31-1 record.
Thur May 4th:
NOAH 11 St. Louis 4
NOAH beat St. Louis Patriots 11-4 in the National Quarter-Finals. St. Louis scored first but the Jags roared back with 7 runs and cruised the victory. Junior Evan Jacoby pitched 5 strong innings. The offense was led by Seniors Nano Moss and Matt Merrill with 2 hits and 2 RBIs each.
Tues May 2nd:
NOAH 11 Atlanta 1
NOAH run-ruled Atlanta Barons in the Qualifying Game. Senior Ben Replogle hit a 2-run double that led to 6 runs in the first inning. Senior Nano Moss and Junior Evan Jacoby had 2 hits each. Senior Matt Merrill tossed 5 innings with 8 Ks, 1 BB, 2 hits and 1 earned run.
Mon May 1st:
NOAH 13 Waukesha, Wisconsin 0
NOAH run-ruled Wisconsin in Pool Play Game 2. Several Jags got hits led by Seniors Ben Replogle, Matt Merrill with 2 hits. Ben Replogle had 2 doubles and 3 RBIs. Junior Kaden Alexander had a 2 RBI single. Junior Jordy Blom pitched 3 scoreless innings followed by Sophomores Kirk Shiew and Seth Collingsworth.
Houston HCYA Eagles 3 NOAH 2
HCYA scored the go ahead run in the top of 7th inning to upset NOAH in the first game of Pool Play. HCYA used four different pitchers to keep the Jag offense quiet. HCYA went on to win the Division II Championship.
Seniors Rod Crnich, Kess Brock, Pat Castleberry, Matt Merrill, Ben Replogle and Nano Moss invite you to come out and support the the team on Thur Apr 27th as NOAH battles Sand Springs at O’Brien Field. Senior Recognition will start at 6:45 pm followed by first pitch.
No JV game.
O’Brien Field is located west of HWY 75 on 66th Street north.
Several news media publications have recognized the NOAH baseball program on winning the 2016 HWSA Baseball National Championship.
Tulsa World named Darron Replogle as the 2016 Metro Baseball Coach of the Year. Senior Josiah Lynn was named as 2nd Team Pitcher. Honorable Mention goes to Will Grantham, Evan Jacoby, Jimmie Koons, Matt Merrill, Nano Moss, Daniel O’Connor and Ben Replogle.
NOAH Jaguars win the 2016 Homeschool National Championship today in Auburndale, Florida.
NOAH beats Raleigh, NC 13-3. Great team effort! Nano Moss had 3 RBIs and Jimmie Koons, Keaton McDaniel and Will Grantham each had 2 RBIs. Matt Merrill pitched all 6 innings with 7 strikeouts, 3 walks and scattered 4 hits. Merrill improved to 5-1 on the season with 53 KsThe Jags finished the season with a 28-9 record.
The Jags knocked out the #1 seed Charlotte, NC (30-2) in the semi-finals 14-4. Josiah Lynn pitched a complete game picking up his 7th win on the season. Evan Jacoby and Nano Moss went 3 for 3 at the plate. Jimmie Koons went 2 for 4 with 2 doubles and 6 RBIs. The Jags are leading the tournament in runs scored with 74 runs in 6 games. Jags record improves to 27-9.
The National Championship game will be broadcasted live on the internet at 11:30 am (central time).
Thank you for all the support throughout the season especially to the Coaches and teams are on schedule in preparing our team through tough competition. Our tough schedule has prepared us to be in this spot to compete for a championship!
What’s at stake? Winner advances to Div 1. Loser to Div 2.
The Jags jumped out to 5-0 lead thru 4 innings. Both teams traded runs in the 5th. Jags broke it open with 3 runs in the 6th and 5 runs in the 7th. StL scored 2 runs in bottom 6th and 7th. Senior Daniel O’Connor started on the mound pitched 5 strong innings for the win. Freshman Beej Moss pitched the last 2 innings. Will Grantham, Evan Jacoby and Jimmie Koons had 3 hits a piece. Matt Merrill had 2 hits. Braden Johnson, Josiah Lynn, Nano Moss, Keaton McDaniel and Ben Replogle each had hits. Big offensive performance!
Jags advance to Div 1 for the second year in a row!
#5 NOAH vs #4 Ft Worth THESA
Both teams are familiar with each other as NOAH traveled to Ft. Worth a couple of weeks again and won 2 games. Ft. Worth jumped out to an early 5-1 lead through 2 innings. The Jags stormed back and scored 4 runs on 5 hits. The Jags plated 2 more runs in the 4th to take a 7-5 lead. Ft Worth scored 1 to trim the lead to 7-6. Jags answered back by putting up 5 runs to take a 12-6 lead and held on to beat the Ft. Worth to advance to the National Semi-Finals for the first time in NOAH history. Jordy Blom started on the mound and was relieved by Evan Jacoby. Jacoby pitched the final 4 2/3 innings to pick up the win. The Jags improve to a 26-9 record for the season.
NOAH will play #1 seeded Charlotte, NC on Friday at 11:30 am EST (10:30 am CST). The game will be broadcasted live on the internet. You can follow/watch the Jags at www.hwsa.net
NOAH played St. Louis Patriots in a qualifying round. NOAH needs one win to advance to the Top 8. St. Louis needs to beat NOAH twice. St. Louis jumped out early with 3 runs in the first inning. They tacked on 2 more runs in the 3rd inning. NOAH scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 5th inning on 4 hits. St. Louis added 1 run in the 6th and 2 runs in the top of 7th. NOAH battled back in the bottom of the 7th scoring 3 runs on 1 hit and 4 errors. StL wins 8-5. The two teams will play again on Thursday.
Pool Play Games
Game 1 NOAH 7 Waukesha, Wisc 1
Josiah Lynn pitched 6 innings of no-hit baseball until the Saints led off the 7th inning with a single. Jordy Blom came in got the remaining outs with 2 strikeouts. Ben Replogle went 3 for 4 with a triple. Will Grantham went 2 for 4.
North Virginia 4
Matt Merrill pitched 2 2/3 for the win. Dan Merrill came in relief for 1 1/3 innings.
Nano Moss went 2 for 2 with 4 runs scored. Keaton McDaniel and Dan O’Connor had 2 RBIs.