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NHYB Team Store Closes on Sunday April 30th
04/15/2017
The NHYB Team Spirit Wear Store is now open again!!   NHYB...
NHYBS First Annual PITCH HIT AND RUN Skills Competition May 7th
04/14/2017
NHYBP First Annual PITCH HIT AND RUN Skills Competition Come...
Voorhees Baseball Camp
04/10/2017
Voorhees High School Baseball Summer Clinic 2017   Who:      ...
NHYBS Has a New Identity/Logo
03/31/2017
Thanks to all who helped open/clean up the Jericho Fields
03/28/2017
RUTGERS S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic Schedules
02/22/2017
If you tried to sign up for the Clinton Township Rutgers Clinic but...
NHYBS Social Media Policy
12/22/2016
  Dear NHYBS,       As many organizations...
 
NHYB Team Store Closes on Sunday April 30th

The NHYB Team Spirit Wear Store is now open again!!
 
NHYB Logo wear
 
Parents can also get individual team spirit wear with their childs team jersey 
 
Click on the link below:
 
 
 
OPEN: Sunday, APRIL 9th

CLOSES: Sunday, April 30th
*All items can be picked up at Destination Athlete*
Destination Athlete
56 Payne Rd
Lebanon, NJ 08833

 

 


by posted 04/15/2017
NHYBS First Annual PITCH HIT AND RUN Skills Competition May 7th

NHYBP First Annual PITCH HIT AND RUN Skills Competition

Come for a day of friendly competition.  Put your skills to the test with the hopes of being crowned the winner for your age group.  It’s all free and the registration closes on 4-30-17.  You do not have to be a current NHYBS member to play but you must register so please share this email with anyone you think might be interested.

How much:  FREE TO ALL

When: Sunday May 7th from 9 am till 3 pm

Where: Bundt Park Fields 4 and 5

Who: All boys and Girls Age 7-14 (birth date is as of July 17th of the current year)

What do I have to do to participate? - Register online at NHYBS Website- PITCH HIT AND RUN REGISTRATION

How does it work? – Each child will be given specific drills to perform

Pitch- Each child with throw 6 balls at a fixed target from a set distance for their age.  Points will be awarded each time the target is hit.

Hit- Each child will hit three balls from a tee at home plate.  The hit that travels the furthest in the air will be awarded points for the distance the ball travels until it lands on the ground.

Run- Each child will be scored based on the amount of time it takes them to travel the distance from 2nd base to home plate. The actual time will be converted to points.

The person for each age group that scores the highest will be awarded a certificate for the best Hit, The best pitch and the best run and the best overall.

The winners of the best overall will be welcomed to compete in the Sectional Competition and if you keep winning you could end up at the national finals. 

If you make it to the finals it will include an all-expense paid trip for the child and a parent to the MLB All-Star Week.  They will compete right on the field and many will be allowed to shag fly balls during the homerun derby.

We need volunteers to make this successful.  We are looking for (11) 15-18 year olds to earn service hours to help with this competition.  Email Joe Vallely at ajvallely@comcast.net if your son or daughter is willing to help. 

 

Visit Pitch Hit and Run Website for more information https://www.pitchhitrun.com/ Please register through NHYBS using the link above. 

NHYBS Board of Directors


by posted 04/14/2017
Voorhees Baseball Camp

Voorhees High School Baseball

Summer Clinic 2017

 

Who:       All incoming 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th graders

 

What:      Baseball clinic led by VHS Coach Cory Kent, assisted by current and former players.  **Special guests: area college coaches

 

When:     Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th *raindate Fri.

               8AM-12noon/ $99 for the week

 

Where:    Voorhees High School (brand new) baseball field

 

How:       Register by creating a free account on the TAA website http://www.taa-sports.org/ and register under “2017 Voorhees Baseball Summer Clinic”

 

**Register by June 10th and get a t-shirt!

**Bring drinks and a snack

Questions?  email Beth Urbanski at or Coach Kent at


by posted 04/10/2017
NHYBS Has a New Identity/Logo


by posted 03/31/2017
Thanks to all who helped open/clean up the Jericho Fields

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by posted 03/28/2017
RUTGERS S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic Schedules
If you tried to sign up for the Clinton Township Rutgers Clinic but it was already full, here is a link where you can find the complete schedule of other clinics. They fill up fast this time of year, so try to call and register asap.
 
http://youthsports.rutgers.edu/schedules/s-a-f-e-t-y-clinic
 
 
 

Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic

The Clinton Township Parks & Recreation Department will offer the Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic for Volunteer Coaches and Managers. Upon completion each attendee will receive the S.A.F.E.T.Y Certification Card and permanent registration with NJRPA. 
Coaches from all youth organizations are welcome. 

Date:        Tuesday, March 28
Time:        6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 
Location:  Clinton Township Middle School Cafeteria
Fee:          $45

 

Register Here


by posted 02/22/2017
NHYBS Social Media Policy

 

Dear NHYBS,

 

 

 

As many organizations operate in the era of social media, social media guidelines are recommended to be put into effect in order to help to protect the organization, its members and volunteers.
 
It is the policy of North Hunterdon Youth Baseball and Softball (NHYBS) to protect its membership from the making of disparaging, threatening, offensive and retaliatory comments which may be placed on any type of media including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, email or social marketing sites.
 
NHYBS is cognizant that as individuals you have the right to express your opinions.  In doing so please be advised that if the Board of Directors deems any type of commentary to be offensive or threatening to any player, parent, manager, coach, umpire or Board Member, the Board of Directors will direct such commentary to its Disciplinary Committee.  The Disciplinary Committee shall have the right, after investigation, to recommend the appropriate disciplinary action against the offending individual.  Such action may include, but not be limited to, a request that the offending remarks immediately be removed from any social media, that all such further commentary cease and desist immediately,  or, under the appropriate circumstances, the member's suspension and/or termination from our League.
 
Sincerely,
 
The North Hunterdon Youth Baseball & Softball Board of Directors

by posted 12/22/2016
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