The 2017 Spring season had a successful year. NOAH fielded 7 teams from 6U through High School Varsity with 84 players and 21 coaches.
High School Baseball
The High School Varsity team finished in 3rd place in the 2017 Division I Homeschool World Series National Championship in Auburndale, Florida during the first week of May. The varsity team finished with an overall record of 20-11 placing 1st in the Inola Classic and Runner-up finishes in the Victory Christian and Stilwell Tournaments. Nano Moss, Matt Merrill and Ben Replogle was named 2017 HWSA All Americans as well as Three Rivers Coaches All-Star Team. Senior Matt Merrill was selected in the 37th round (1111 pick) by the Houston Astros in the MLB draft in June. Matt signed with the Astros and was assigned to Rookie Ball in Florida.
Several team and individual records were set this season. -> 2017 Season Records 5.16.17
Varsity Team – Coaches Darron Replogle, Randy Jacoby, Lannie McDaniel and Andrew Moss
JV1 Team – Coaches Mike Lasater and Deric Brock
JV2 Team – Coaches Greg Lynn, Keith Penrod and Brad Stephens
Jr High Teams
The Jr High team season finished the regular season with a 14-9 record . JH A team is coached by Paul Kersh and Doug Barnett. The JH B is coached by Bryan Kelly and Jeff Crnich and finished the regular season with a 11-10 record.
There were three elementary teams this year. Teams played in the Broken Arrow Indian Springs Youth Baseball REC league.
12U Team (record 9-3) – Dustin Cupp, Tom Dillingham, Randy Jacoby and Daniel Schwartz
8U Team (record 0-12)– Kendall Jones and Sean Call
6U Team – (record 0-12) Chris Webster
A History of the NOAH baseball program: NOAHBaseballHistoryUpdated_2017
High School Fundraiser
Donation – $20.00
Clinic Date: Saturday, September 9th
Time: 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Lunch: 12:30 – 1:00 pm
**Player Sign In will begin at 9:30 am**
The 2017 Clinic will be geared for ages 5 to 13 for this upcoming season.
Make check payable to: NOAH Baseball
- Elementary players and those moving into the JH program should plan on attending.
- Players will receive fundamental instruction in fielding, hitting, base-running, throwing and pitching from veteran coaches and the Jaguar high school players.
- Players should wear baseball pants, t-shirt, cleats and a baseball cap.
- Players should bring their glove, bat and batting helmet(if they have one).
- Water will be provided, but everyone is free to bring their own drinks.
- Lunch provided: hot dog, chips and water/Gatorade
- A Jaguar Baseball T-shirt will be provided for those who pre-register by Thur 8/31
- To register for the clinic, please send player’s name, age, shirt size to *protected email* by 8/31.
NOTE: Any donations greater than $20 will receive a charitable donation receipt.
Looking forward to working with the next generation of Jag baseball players!
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.
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.