Serving the communities of Kitslano, Point Grey and UBC . Jericho offers Little League Baseball to boys and girls ages 3 – 12 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Our Season will run from Monday March 27 to Saturday June 16th, 2017.
Registration Update – The Majors division is now closed – we have reached our capacity given our field space. You may still register for Minors and Mini-Minors with the $25 late fee. Blastball and T-Ball deadline is February 28.
Volunteers Needed – Jericho Baseball is looking for Volunteers for the coming 2017 Season, for more information please email email@example.com.
Jericho Board Meeting (everyone welcomed) – Sunday March 5th – 7pm to 10pm – Colony – 3255 West Broadway – R.S.V.P (if possible) firstname.lastname@example.org
Carnarvon Field Maintenance Work-party – Sunday March 12th – 10am to 2pm
Coach Training – Saturday April 1st @ Carnarvon Park – All Coaches will go through a “Mock” practice by division.
Concession Training – Saturday April 1st @ 1oam – All Majors’ team concession Managers
Coach Workshop – Sunday April 2nd @ Vancouver College – All Coaches to receive further instructional skills.
Umpire Training – for new umpires will take place on Sunday April 23 from 1 -3pm at Carnarvon Park.
Jericho represented at 2016 World Series
Jericho southpaw Callum Young, is accompanied by father Bruce (Head Coach of the Majors B Cubs) as they cheer on their beloved Cubs.
Jericho Little League is much more than bats and balls. It is a leadership training program that instills in youth, during their most impressionable years, the virtues of character, courage and loyalty. Our Little League program teaches children the rewards of teamwork, a respect for authority and the self-discipline that will enable the youth of today to become the leaders of tomorrow.
Jericho 9’s & 10’s 2016 Invitational Tournament
Come cheer on Jericho as both our 9’s and 10’s Selects compete in our May Long Weekend Tournament. Check out this weekend’s schedule at Carnarvon Park.
Photos: Scott Renneckar
Mariners vs. Los Angeles Angels, Road Trip 2016
Road Trip! Jericho families went to the Seattle Mariners home game on Sunday, May 15, 2016 against the Los Angeles Angels at Safeco Field in Seattle.
Jericho Fun Day Competition Winners
Run to first Base
Age 3 Riyad Sangara, from Team 5, 6.95 seconds
Age 4 No competitors
Age 5 No Competitors
Age 6 London Perlitz, from Blue Light Sabres, 4.35 seconds
Age 7 Cole Chua, from Marlins, 4.12 seconds
Age 8 Angus Taylor from Diamond Backs, 3.99 seconds
Age 9 Callum Wooden from Cardinals, 3.97 seconds
Age 10 Tudor Jinga from Angels, 4.15 seconds
Age 11 No Competitors
Age 12 Jamie Tollit from Mariners, 3.96 seconds
Age 3 Lachlan Joyce from Blastball, 19 MPH
Age 4 Jona from Hornets, 15 MPH
Age 5 Owen from Scorpions 27 MPH
Age 6 London Perlitz from Blue Light Sabres, 31 MPH
Age 7 Adam Mazkoski from Diamond Backs, 44MPH
Age 8 Callum from Cubs, 43 MPH
Age 9 Scotty Langley from Cardinals 53 MPH
Age 10 Bryson Carlyle from Cardinals, 48 MPH
Age 11 Auguste Turner from Expos, 58 MPH
Age 12 Jamie Tollit from Mariners and Tom Balfe from Expos tied, 55 MPH
2016 Season Key Dates
|Mariners Road Trip||May 15, 2016||Seattle Mariners Road Trip – Field Parade for all Little Leagues
No Training this weekend
|Tournaments||May 21, 2016||Tournaments played around Vancouver – Jericho hosts 9 and 10 year olds @ Carnarvon Park|
|Sunday Training||May 28, 2016||Carnarvon Park: Majors C 9am – 10:30am; Minors 10:30am – 12:00; Mini-Minors 12:00 – 1pm.|
|Week 8||June 4, 2016||Majors Round Robin Playoffs Begin|
|Week 9||June 11, 2016||Majors Playoffs Continue|
|Week 10||June 18, 2016||Championship Day at Carnarvon Park – Inflatables, Bouncy Castles and Coaches Dunk Tank|
|Week 11||June 26 – July 9, 2016||District 1 9/10 All-Stars Tournament – Hosted by Kerrisdale|
|Week 12||July 5 – July 17||District 1 11/12 All-stars Tournament – Hosted by Little Mountain|
Season opens on Saturday April 9th
Top 10 Pieces of Advice for Baseball Parents
If you are the parent of a young baseball player, it’s easy to let the hectic nature of a season get in the way of the big picture. Below are the top 10 tips for parents to follow for each ballgame:
- Celebrate your child’s effort and sportsmanship, above results such as winning and losing.
- Do not coach from the stands.
- Never yell at the ump.
- Never yell at the other team or their coaches.
- Stay away from the dugouts during the game.
- The umpire is human and will make mistakes.
- Cheer positively.
- Root for the whole team, not just your son or daughter.
- HAVE FUN!
- Your child’s success or lack of success in sports does not indicate what kind of parent you are. But having an athlete that is coachable, respectful, a great teammate, mentally tough, resilient and tries their best IS a direct reflection of your parenting.
Read the original post on the Season.