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NOAH Track Informational Meeting

Tuesday, August 22 @ 7pm

We will meet at the World Baseball Outreach Facility
6217 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK 74133

This meeting will be to:

  1. Discuss and sign up for the off-season conditioning program. This program is MANDATORY for all high school athletes unless they are participating in a fall sport.
  2. To share the vision and direction of the track program to new and/or interested families.

Please send an RSVP text to Julie Turnage at 918-852-1044 if you plan on attending.

At this point the NOAH Track program is open to ages 12 and above. There is some interest in creating an elementary program, but we can’t proceed until the program has someone willing to be a HEAD coach. Contact Julie Turnage if interested.

NOAH Track is looking for assistant coaches in the following areas:

  • Middle School Assistant Coach
  • Middle School/ High School Field Events Assistant Coach

2017-2018 Volleyball Schedule

 8/10 at Skiatook JH 5pm JV 6pm V 7pm

8/12 at Claremore Junior Varsity Tournament

8/18 at Owasso JH 4pm JV 5pm V 6pm

8/19 at Regent Junior High Tournament

8/21 at Claremore Sequoyah JH 4&5pm JV 4&5pm V 6pm

8/25-26 at Regent Varsity Tournament

8/29 at Holland Hall JV 6pm V 7pm

9/1 at Victory Junior High Tournament

9/5 at Edison JH 5pm JV 6pm V 7pm

9/12 at East Central JH 4pm JV 5pm V 6pm

9/14 vs OKC Knights* JH 4&5pm JV 6pm V 7pm 

9/16 at Glenpool Junior Varsity Tournament

9/21 at Bishop Kelley JH 5pm JV 6pm V 7pm

9/22-23 at Owasso Varsity Tournament

9/25 at Verdigris JH 4pm JV 5pm V 6pm

9/26 at Tahlequah JH 4&5pm JV 4pm/5pm V 6pm

10/3 at Booker T. Washington JH 5pm JV 6pm V 7pm

10/6-7 Frisco, TX HSAA Texas State Tournament

10/9 vs OKC Storm* (Senior Night) JH 5pm JV 6pm V 7pm 

10/16 at OKC Knights JH 5pm JV 6pm V 7pm

10/19-10/21 Springfield, MO NCHVC –Volleyball Nationals

 *Denotes home games at Christian Chapel, 7807 E 76th St, Tulsa 

Steven C Gastelum “Coach G” 

Dear NOAH Family:

Last fall the NOAH Board of Directors was informed that Steve Gastulem had been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.  On the evening of July 24th after putting up a very hard fight against this cancer – Steve passed on from this world.  Steve and his family have been involved with the NOAH organization for many years.  Steve was a father of eight and thru the years he had served in our organization in many different capacities.  Whether it be in the role as Football Coach or the Soccer AD or as a member of the Board of Directors – Steve made our NOAH organization a very important part of the Gastulem family and he will be missed by many.

Over the course of the last two days the NOAH Board of Directors has heard from many former football players about the positive impact that Steve had on their lives and how they will never forget the influence that he had on them.

Please keep the Gastulem family in your prayers as they navigate thru this difficult time.  For any of our NOAH families that would like to be a blessing to the Gastulem family….there is a site that has been set up where donations can be made to help cover funeral expenses. This web site is https://www.youcaring.com/gastelumfamily-886133

On behalf of the NOAH Board of Directors….”Thank You”

Very truly yours,

Rod Merrill

President, NOAH Board of Directors

 

 

We will provide updated information as we get them.

The memorial service for Steven C Gastelum “Coach G” will be held on Friday at First Baptist Church in Owasso @ 4pm.
This is an open invitation to any who may wish to attend and help our family celebrate the life of this amazing man.

 

Basketball Player Registration 2017-18

 

Please read the parent and athlete handbook first if you have not already.

Parent and Athlete handbook

Basketball Informational Meeting 17-18

Tuesday August 1st  •  Tulsa Bible Church  •  6:30-8:30PM

All current athletes, parents and those interested in what
Noah Basketball has to offer are greatly encouraged to attend.

What will be discussed:

Fundraising Information • Volunteering Information • Changes to the program • Program dates
Uniform fittings (requirement for all new to program, and all new to High School program)

Payment information (online and Mail in) • Camp announcements • Questions answered

Forms will not be turned in at the meeting* (all available online, no printing required).

Go register all your athletes at:  NOAHJags.org/Basketball2017

NOAH FOOTBALL CAMP

Put on by the varsity coaches and players

July 13-14 from 9am- 11am

At the HS practice field behind
East Tulsa Bible Chapel at
1215 S. 135th E. Ave. Tulsa
Cost- $20 per player
Anyone interested in football between the ages of 6 yrs and 14 yrs
Every camper will get a Noah football T-shirt.
Campers will learn basic team skills and individual skills, but most of all will have FUN

SPOTLIGHT ON EVIE L. SANDERS

Grade?

12th

Parents Names/siblings?

Dan and Tami/ Dacie

Do you have a nickname?

No

What is your position?

Right Midfield

Sports you play and played?

Mainly soccer, but I have participated in basketball and swimming also.

How many years have you played soccer?

I have played soccer for 9 years.

What got you started playing soccer?

It was my father’s favorite sport and I liked the snacks.

Favorite part about soccer?

Working and playing together as a team.

Do you know any of your stats?

Not really other than I’ve had fun, met some great people, and made some nice friends.

Do you want to play soccer in college?

Yes.  That would be fun.

Do you play club Soccer (outside of NOAH):

No.

How do you set your goals?

Dream big.  Compare your dreams to your past actions.  Work harder than yesterday’s hardest.

What is your biggest accomplishment in your sports?

Playing hard enough to be targeted.

What one or two things do you currently do in your training that are keys to your success?

Pray and persevere.

What would be your ultimate achievement?

Score and assist the most in a game.

What is your biggest challenge, and what do you do to manage this challenge?

Moving quickly for a long period of time.  Drink lots of water and never give up.

Do you have any “before game rituals?”

Pray that God will help me do my best and that my game will bring Him glory.

What is your game day diet like?

Pretty normal, but before a game I drink lots of water and a gatorade.

Do you have any recommended resources to  share (books, seminars, websites, coaches)?

Family is the greatest support. Ask your coaches for  pointers.

Have you experienced a breakthrough, and if so, what led to it?

Making a point to work harder with a desire to do better.

What was the best advice you were ever given?

Do what you love. Never give up. Work hard.

Do you have a saying/Bible verse or motto that you live your life by?

Matt. 19:16 with god all things are possible.

People who influenced me the most/Why?

My family because they know me at my best and worst. They know how to tell me what I need to hear.

What does the team talk about before games?

We talk about how we can do this. Give 110%.

What is the team Chemistry like in the locker room?

We all care about each other and keep up on each other’s daily lives.

What do you think is the key to team success?

Everyone gives their best and wants everyone else to succeed.

What does being part of the team mean to you?

Having a support system that pushes you to better yourself.

Has playing sports helped you in school?

Yes. It has taught me to push myself.

How has soccer affected your life?

It has shown me that I am the only one who can set limits on myself.

What’s on your warm up playlist?

Final countdown.

How do you deal with a loss?

Talk through my frustration.

How do you celebrate a win?

Dinner of my choice with my family.

Sports drink of choice?

Blue Gatorade.

Favorite movie?

One Night with the King

Favorite TV show?

Survivor

Favorite type music?

Instrumental versions of modern songs.

Favorite food?

Mashed potatoes and gravy.

Favorite Bible Verse?

Job 23:10 But he knows the way that I take: when he has tested me I will come forth as gold.

Post high-school plans?

Work as staff at Shepherd’s Fold Ranch during summers.  Finish gen eds at TCC next Fall.  Complete a Hospital Admin degree at OSU.

My pet peeve?

Probably smacking and passive aggressiveness in texting.

Favorite school subject?

Writing.

What you’ll miss least (or most) about high school?

Least = not being in control of my schedule.  Most = Having the same people and teachers.

2017 Tennis Photos

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.