Tball and softball have completed their spring 2023 regular season. We hope everyone had a great experience.
This week is the playoffs for rookie, minor and major divisions.
On Saturday June 11th, the Rookie Championship game will be at 9:00am with the Ironpigs facing off against either the Tincaps or the HotRods, who will play a single elimination game on Thursday evening (June 8th).
The Minors will play their playoff game Wednesday night (June 7th) with the Astros visting the Phillies and the Mariners visiting the Rangers to determine who will play in the championship game on Saturday at 11am.
At the Majors level, the Tides and Blue Rocks played on Tuesday night, with the Blue Rocks taking the win to move onto the Championship game versus the Grasshoppers on either Friday or Saturday night. (Due to conflicts, we are currently working on determining which would be the best day for the majority of players/families/coaches.)
If you'd like to provide us feedback about your season - click here: https://forms.gle/kXqyiEn4U1iQgRpa9
Questions- email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We wanted to share the information shared by Crozet Peachtree Baseball/Softball regarding the The Marr Scholars Fund:
"Since 2000 the Marr Scholars Fund has provided four years of college assistance to support 22 graduating seniors who played Babe Ruth baseball in Charlottesville. The fund provides $2500 an academic year for a four-year total of $10,000.
The Marr Scholars Fund honors the lives of two brothers – John D. and Richard T. Marr – who dedicated their lives and careers to the crucial contribution that a well-rounded education and healthy athletic competition provides to a rich life. John D. “Jack” was the president of the Lane Babe Ruth League in Charlottesville at the time of his death.
Previous Marr Scholars from Charlottesville have attended the University of Virginia, Christopher Newport, Virginia Commonwealth, University of Richmond, Virginia Tech, James Madison, Savannah College of Arts & Design, Hampden Sydney, Duke, Elon, Oberlin, and Haverford.
The criteria for selection of a Marr Scholar are academic achievement, character and citizenship, financial need, and plans to matriculate in a four-year college or university in the fall of 2023.
Applications are due online on June 12, 2023. To enter the competition, please complete this application.
Required material includes a one-page essay, high school resume, letter of college acceptance, financial aid sheet from college, and two letters of recommendation.
Please write Tim Marr, Trustee, at email@example.com with questions."
Northside uses SportsEngine for all communications. After you register your player, please download this application!
For instructions on how to download it, click here: https://help.sportsengine.com/en/articles/227-how-to-download-the-sportsengine-mobile-app
Use the messages and chat features to communicate with your coach and teammates. View your teams upcoming practice and game schedules. Hear about cancellations or other important updates.
Importantly, with as much advanced notice as possible, please use the RSVP feature on your app to let the coach your player will be attending or missing a practice or game. This is helpful because coaches must plan ahead for games where they are short the required # of players and at the upper divisions they need to set their lineups ahead of time. To access this feature on your app, click on schedule, click on the specific game date, click on the RSVP tab, and select yes, no, or maybe in regards to your player's attendance.
Also, if you would like for more than one parent to have access to your player's team schedule on the app, please try the following: Have the person who registered the player log on to sportsengine. In the top right hand corner, go to settings and click on manage your household profile. Add a second (or third) adult as a 'guardian' for your player and once they accept the invitation, they will also have access!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
After an exciting season, the teams were winners of their divisions this past spring:
Majors - Angels
Minors - Storm
Rookie - Timber Rattlers
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!
We are fortunate to have the support of many local businesses. Their contributions allow us to keep fees low, serve more of the community, and purchase much needed equipment. Please visit these businesses to show your appreciation for supporting Northside!
Fields at Hollymead, Baker Butler, and Woodbrook are open for practices and games. (Last updated 5/16/23)
This coupon can be used throughout the year, please feel free to use whenever you are purchasing any sporting apparel or equipment!
Developing a strong community by teaching baseball fundamentals and life skills; helping kids improve as players, work as a team, and grow as individuals.
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Northside is chartered with Babe Ruth League and fields teams playing in Cal Ripken Baseball and Babe Ruth Softball. Our geographical boundaires span all schools in central to northern Albemarle County, Virginia.
T-ball: age 4-6
Baseball teams are fielded for ages 6-12 : Rookie (Machine Pitch 6-8), Minors (9-10), Majors (11-12)
Softball teams are fielded for girls in the age ranges for 10U, 12U, and 14U. This is dependent on number of registrants each season.
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