Spring 2018 High School and Junior High Baseball Tryouts – Dates Announced

 

 

 

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.

2017 HWSA All Americans

Congratulations to Seniors Nano Moss, Ben Replogle and Matt Merrill on being selected by their teammates to the HWSA All American Team.

Also would like to congratulate all six seniors and coaches on having a successful year.

2017 HWSA Seniors and Coaches

 

HWSA 3rd Place Finish for Varsity Baseball

2017 HWSA Update:

Sat May 6th:

NOAH 8 Dallas HSAA 4

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.

 

 

In The News – Matt Merrill

BY MIKE BROWN • Tulsa World, APr. 5TH 2017

TULSA WORLD STORY LINK

NOAH ace shines

In a marquee matchup, NOAH’s Matt Merrill outdueled 3A No. 3 Metro Christian and Brody Gibson 1-0 in the final of the Inola Invitational.

Merrill, a 6-foot-3 right-hander with draft potential, allowed only three hits with five strikeouts and permitted only one man to reach third.

Merrill throws consistently at 88-89 mph in games and is at 91-92 in the bullpen, coach Darron Replogle said. He has signed with NCAA Division II’s Pittsburg State and has sparked the interest of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Seattle Mariners.

“They like his arm. He’s pretty fluid,” Replogle said. “I think he’s a Division I pitcher and his pitching coach (former big leaguer George Frazier) does, too.”

Saturday’s win gave the Jaguars (8-6) five in a row. They’re hoping to peak for their May return to Auburndale, Florida, to defend their 2016 title in the Homeschool World Series. Seniors Ben Replogle and Nano Moss batted .500 and .430 in the winning streak.

2017 Baseball Senior Night – April 27

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.

 

 

 

Baseball Wins Inola Classic

The Jags win the Inola Classic Championship with 1-0 win over Class 3A #2 Metro Christian.

In pool play games, Evan Jacoby and Kaden Alexander threw back-to-back no hitters versus Okmulgee and Salina respectively. Senior Ben Replogle went 7 for 12 with 1 HR and 5 RBIs.

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Elem Baseball Registration – Closed

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Registration for 2017 Spring Elementary Recreation Baseball is CLOSED

All teams will be playing at BAYB Broken Arrow Youth Baseball- Indian Springs Baseball Complex in Broken Arrow.

NOAH Teams/Coaches:

5/6U- Chris Webster and Tony Rainey
7/8U- Kendall Jones and Sean Call
11U/12U- Tom Dillingham, Randy Jacoby and Daniel Schwartz

 

DANIEL SCHWARTZ

NOAH JAGUARS ELEMENTARY BASEBALL COORDINATOR
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ALT. CELL:  918-809-6656

NOAH Athletes Sign National Letter of Intent

 

 

Congratulations to the following NOAH athletes on signing their National Letter of Intent to further their career at the next level.

Seated left to right:

Ben Replogle (Baseball) – Oklahoma Wesleyan University

Malia Leatherland (Volleyball) – Oklahoma Baptist University

Matt Merrill (Baseball) – Pittsburg State University

Keaton McDaniel (Baseball) – Unversity of Central Oklahoma

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JH Baseball Spring 2017 Tryouts – Oct. 1st

NOAH Junior High Baseball will be holding tryouts on Saturday October 1st at 12:00 pm at the Grace Church practice field.  Grace is located at 9610 South Garnett just off of HWY 169 and Creek Turnpike.

All homeschool players that are ages 12-14 (Grades 6th-8th) as of September 1, 2016 are eligible to tryout for the Spring 2017 JH team. Players need to wear baseball attire and arrive 30 minutes prior to tryout.

Info Meeting for Our Elem. Baseball

We will have an informational meeting for our Elementary Baseball Families on Saturday July 30th at 11am.
The meeting will be at Tulsa Bible Church and is for all NOAH families with players UP TO AGE 12.

The meeting will cover several items including NOAH eligibility, Code of Conduct, physicals, registration and a vote for a possible change of ballparks. Please plan on attending this meeting.