This fall we are offering tball, rookie, minor and major baseball divisions. We were also able to offer softball for ages 12-16.
Practices start in late August and games will begin after Labor Day. The fall season is shorter than the spring, with games wrapping up at the end of October. There is no All-Star team and tournament at the end of the fall season. All teams will practice once a week and games will also be once a week on Friday (for Majors and possibly Minors) and Saturdays.
If you have any other questions, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
As always, we are always grateful to our volunteer coaches. We do ask that all families volunteer at least two hours a season, as we are striving to grow the league and keep fees low. Please check out the sign up genius for Friday and Saturday concession shifts as an easy way to get those two hours in. THANK YOU ahead of time for all of your time and support for the league.
Let's have a great fall season of baseball and softball!
Reminder: The Northside geographical boundaries include the following schools in the central/northern end of Albemarle county: Greer, Woodbrook, Baker Butler, Stony Point, Hollymead, Mountain View, Broadus Wood, Lakeside and Journey MS. Students who do not reside within these school zones are not eligible to try out for All Star Teams in the spring.
Congratulations to the following winners of their divisions this past spring:
Majors - Angels
Minors - Storm
Rookie - Timber Rattlers
Northside uses SportsEngine for all communications. After you register your player, please download this application! Use the messages and chat features to communicate with your coach. View your teams upcoming practice and game schedules. Hear about cancellations or rain delays. Importantly, please use the RSVP feature to let your coach know if your player will be attending or missing a practice or game.
For instructions on how to download it, click here:
Three Northside All star-teams practiced and played during the last few weeks of June 2022. We heard that everyone had fun and learned a lot from their experience. Thanks to the All Star coaches, parents, and players for putting in that extra time.
8U played at Crozet/Peachtree the weekend of June 23rd and fought hard, but lost to Greene and one of the Peachtree Teams.
10U played in Rockville the weekend of June 23rd in the heat and through one double header. After an initial loss to Rockville, the 10U team rallied to beat Greene 13-9 and then fell to Madison in round three 16-5.
12U also had an exciting tournament hosted by Northside the weekend of June 15. A loss to Rockville was followed by a hard fought win against Madison 9-7 and then a loss to Peachtree.
Way to go players - can't wait to see what you all do next year!
Northside is a volunteer run league - we could not be successful without the help of families and community members! Each Northside Family is asked to meet a minimum volunteer requirement of 2 hours.
Northside offers many opportunities to volunteer such as:
Questions? Contact Jenn Sims: email@example.com
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T-ball: Co-ed age 4-6
Baseball teams are fielded for age 6-12 Rookie (Machine Pitch 6-8), Minors (9-10), Majors (11-12)
Softball teams are fielded for girls age 8U, 10U, 12U, and 14U. This is dependent on number of registrants each season.