Senior Legion will hold it’s annual try-outs on:
Sunday April 19 at 1-3PM at the Oley Valley High School
Sunday April 26 2-4pm at Brandywine Heights High-school
Sad as it is the Patriots will not have 13U legion prep team in 2015. Due to the lack of players a prep team will not be possible for the 2015 season. We will take another look at this in the fall and see if we can make this happen in 2016.
Oley/Topton Junior Patriots will be holding tryouts on:
Saturday April 11th from 1:00-3:00PM at Brandywine Heights MIDDLE School
Sunday April 12th from 12-2pm at the Oley Valley MIDDLE School. This is a 2 day tryout, players must attend both days. If you have any questions contact Jan Riegel, 484-529-4677.
Dear Parents, Coaches, and Players,
What: OT Baseball Information Session
Where: Ray Master Legion Post 217 (133 Centre Ave, Topton, PA 19562)
When: April 1 @ 8pm
On Wednesday, April 1, the Oley-Topton Baseball organization will be holding an information session to which we are inviting all players in the age range of 12-15, along with their parents and coaches. The purpose of this discussion is to inform you as to what exactly is the OT Baseball organization, and how it relates to the Oley and Brandywine youth leagues. We realize there exists some confusion in both the Oley and Topton communities about OT Baseball, as well as where a player could and should be playing once they reach the age of 13. Our intention is to help everyone make an informed decision as to the best place for their 13-15 year-old son to continue playing baseball for the upcoming and future seasons.
The goal for the evening is to provide information and answer any and all questions. The following is a starter list of topics which we expect to cover. However, any other topics that the community wishes to bring forth will also be welcome. We view this as less of a presentation, and more of a discussion.
Topics for the evening:
- What is the OT Baseball organization?
- How and why did the merger happen between Oley and Topton?
- What is the relationship between the Oley and Brandywine Youth Leagues to OT Baseball?
- Financial status of OT Baseball and how that benefits its players.
- Current and proposed future OT Baseball offerings.
- Other local opportunities for players in the 13-15 age range and how they relate to OT Baseball.
- Meet the coaches
Each year there seems to be more and more teams and options for players in our area that are in the 13-15 year old range. This results in more and more confusion, so we’re hoping to help solve that confusion.
We look forward to seeing you, and sincerely hope that you can make it. If you cannot make the April 1 meeting, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of OT Baseball at any time with your questions.