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.

Baseball Team Garners Post Season Awards

 

 

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.

Tulsa World Article ->2016 Tulsa World AllMetro Team

Daily Oklahoman All-State Honorable Mention – Seniors Jimmie Koons and Josiah Lynn

 

 

Annual NOAH Athletic Physicals Night

NOAH Jaguar Athletic Community,

For the last several years, Central States Orthopedics has served the NOAH Community with excellence in Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Care. As a part of our exclusive service to the NOAH Community, any participating athlete and their families are encouraged to:

Join us for the Annual NOAH Athletic Physicals Night

Thursday, Aug. 3th, 2017 from 5:30pm – 7pm
Central States Orthopedics Main Office
6585 South Yale, Suite 200 • Tulsa, OK 74136
6th grade – 12th grade only
*Cost is only $10 and all proceeds go to NOAH Athletics

Use our On-Call Athletic Trainer Service

Have an Orthopedic or Sports Medicine injury, question, or need an appointment. Just give
us a call at a reasonable time. We’ll make sure that you get seen, get heard, and get better.
Darren Lunow, AT • Director of Sports Medicine • (918) 346-7800

Sign up for our Free Monthly Newsletter

This is a great way to gain insight into common Orthopedic and Sports Medicine injuries, conditions, and injury prevention measures at No Charge. Just send us an email to the editor and we’ll add you on. *protected email*

We truly hope that this upcoming school year is a successful and beneficial one for you and your students. So, please do not hesitate to contact us if Central States Orthopedics can be of service to you.

Our thanks,

Darren H. Lunow, M.Ed., AT, LAT
Athletic Trainer
Director of Sports Medicine
Central States Orthopedics

2016 HWSA


Ben’s 2B in Champioship

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NOAH High School Baseball Tryouts

NOAH Baseball will hold tryouts for the Summer 2016 and Spring 2017 high school baseball teams on Saturday, May 14th @ 9:30 am (will end by 11:30 am) at the Grace Church Baseball Field located at 96th & Garnett, Broken Arrow.  Players must be homeschool and going into the 9th-12th grade classification for the fall2016/spring2017 school year.

 

This will be a pro-style workout: timed 60 yard dash, position players will throw from OF and/or INF.  Pitchers and catchers will throw bullpen and finish up with batting practice.

 

All returning players must participate in tryouts.

 

Summer 2016 Baseball:  There are 2 teams (Varsity and JV) that will play a 24 game summer schedule starting in June.  Evaluations will be made during the tryouts to detemine which team you will be placed for summer ball. I highly recommend you play summer baseball.  It is the first phase of the Spring 2017 season.  It gives the players more reps and coaches to evaluate for next Spring’s team rosters.

 

Wear baseball attire, bring glove and bat and water.

 

Be on the field for warm-ups at 9:00 a.m.

JAGS WIN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!

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 Ks The Jags finished the season with a 28-9 record.

Champ Game – NOAH vs Raleigh, NC Warriors

Semis – NOAH vs Charlotee, NC Royals

https://youtu.be/eDt5JclsQsE

National Semi-Finals – Fri 4/29:
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!

 

Thur 4/28:
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!
Thur 4/28:
#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

Tues 4/26:

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.

 

Auburndale, FL
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.

 

Game 2
NOAH 19
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.

Diamond Jags win Stilwell Tournament

NOAH varsity team won the Stilwell Tournament this past weekend.
On Friday, NOAH beat Tahlequah 12-1 and 3A #4 ranked Stigler 13-1.  On Saturday, NOAH played host Stilwell in the finals and won 4-3.  Jimmie Koons was named Tournament MVP going 6 for 10 with 3 HRs and 10 RBIs.  All-tournament team: Evan Jacoby, Josiah Lynn, Matt Merrill, Nano Moss and Ben Replogle.  Matt Merrill was also named Best Arm of the tournament.  Overall, it was a great team effort as many other players contributed with big hits and steller pitching.  Dan O’Connor pitched a strong 6 innings in the finals.  Evan Jacoby came in the 7th inning with a runner on 1st and the Jags leading 4-2.  He struck out the final out in the inning to preserve the win.