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Rescheduled - Rescheduled Tryout Dates
by posted 04/09/2018


Let's try this again.....Mother Nature has certainly been unkind to us this spring but we aren't going to give up.  We will attempt to wrap up tryouts this weekend.  Here is the schedule: 

Saturday, April 21st:  

          9:00 - 11:00am      13 and 14 year old (League Age) players (any player born in 2004 or 2005)  on the OJR Middle                                              School Field.  

          4:00 - 6:00pm       17 - 19 year old (League Age) players (any player born in 1999, 2000, or 2001)  on the OJR High                                            School Field.

Sunday, April 22nd:

          10:00am - 12:00pm     17 - 19 year old (League Age) players (any player born in 1999, 2000, or 2001) on the OJR                                                      High School Field.  

          12:00 - 2:00pm            15 and 16 year old (League Age) players (any player born in 2002 or 2003) on the OJR High                                                  School Field.

          

 

 

 

 

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Interesting
by posted 03/16/2018


I believe that, thanks to the efforts of Coach Harrison and his staff, Norchester is ahead of the curve with helping our graduating players find the right fit if they have interest in playing college baseball.  We are fortunate in that our program has a history of producing quality baseball players.  College coaches know this by now and are interested in seeing many of our players each year.  

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Bulldogs Support Kochu Family
by posted 03/12/2018


Players with Jack and Ellen Kochu

Many thanks to everyone from the Norchester family that came out to Jay Lanes yesterday to support the Kochu family.  The great turnout will allow them to once again provide a generous scholarship in their son Paul's name to a graduating OJR senior.  

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Levengood To Play at Alvernia
by posted 03/12/2018


Congratulations to Austyn Levengood as he will continue his baseball career at Division III Alvernia University this fall.  We wish Austyn all the best on the field and in the classroom.  

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Stofko To Play at Albright
by posted 03/12/2018


Congratulations to Dan Stofko as he will be continuing his academic and baseball endeavors at Division III Albright College in the Fall of 2018.  We wish Dan all the best in the future.  

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Blum To Play at Kutztown
by posted 03/12/2018


Congratulations to Andy Blum as he will receive a partial scholarship to continue his baseball career at Division II Kutztown University.  We with Andy all the best in his academic and athletic endeavors.   

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Good Read for Baseball Parents
by posted 02/07/2018


Here's an interesting read on the Baseball Showcases that are out there.  The bottom line is that you do what you think is best for your child.  However, please do your research and don't simply but the bill of goods that they are trying to sell to you.  Simply stated, if you are a college-level talent, they will find you.  

https://www.keepplayingbaseball.org/parents-truth-showcases/ 

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Stoltzfus To Be Honored
by posted 10/24/2017


NYAA would like to congratulate former Norchester player, Sr. Legion Manager  and current President, Corbin Stoltzfus for his induction into the Pennsylvania American Legion Baseball Hall of Fame.   He will be inducted during the State Tournament banquet in Boyertown in July 2018.  

Corbin played Junior and Senior Legion baseball for Norchester and also for Owen J. Roberts.  He went on to play at Kutztown University and remained for one season as the pitching coach after he graduated in 1992.  He began his tenure as manager of Norchester's Sr. Legion team in 1995 and stepped down after the 2009 season.  From then until now, Stoltzfus has served as the President of the Norchester Youth Athletic Association.  

Under Coach Stoltz, the Bulldogs posted an overall record of 347 wins and 159 losses.  Their league record during those same years was 214 - 96.  The most successful seasons came between 2006 and 2009.  Over those four seasons, the Bulldogs won three Chester County League Titles, four straight Region 3 titles, appeared in four consecutive State Tournaments, and earned two National Regional appearances (Indiana in 2006 and Michigan in 2007).  In his final season (2009), Stoltzfus guided the Bulldogs to their highest win percentage ever with a record of 36 wins and 4 losses.  The four losses were by a combined 5 runs.  The 36 wins included a 29 game win streak entering in to the State Tournament.  

Current manager Rick Harrison states, “I would like to personally congratulate Corbin on this well-deserved honor and the countless hours that he has dedicated to the program. Coach Stoltz has set the precedent of dedication and winning that we have tried to maintain the past 8 seasons. The program will be forever grateful for his time and dedication.” 

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Mobile Access
by posted 01/24/2013


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your team.
 
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Search for the "League Athletics" app in your App Store, enter your email address that you use for the Norchester website and you will be prompted to select and log in to the mobile app.
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