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 April 3rd to Saturday June 16th, 2017.
Championship Day Awards – Kai Tukker wins the Addison Cup and Max Langley wins the Gerry Kitson Award.
2018 Registration Update – Registration opens December 1st. 2017
Volunteers Needed – Jericho Baseball is looking for Volunteers the 2017 Season, for more information please email email@example.com.
Jericho Fun Day results:
Sprint to first base: Cole Age 4 Blastball Team #6 5.2 sec.; Samantha Age 5 T-Ball Blue Jays 4.61 sec.; Owen Age 6 Lions 4.51sec.; Nikolas age 7 Cardinals 4.2sec.; Kyle age 8 Diamondbacks 4.2sec.; Angus age 9 Mariners 3.76sec., Krish age 10 Astros 3.44sec.; Dylan age 11 Red Sox 3.43sec.
Pitching Velocity: Rhys age 4 Blastball Gluebasters 17mph; Ocean age 5 T-Ball#3 20mph; Nikolas age 7 Cardinals 34mph; Evan age 8 A’s 41mph; Ben age 9 Cardinals 41mph; Scotty age 10 Yankees 51mph; Dylan age 11 Cubs 52mph; Max Age 12 51mph.
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.
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.
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