Lebanon Boys Junior Varsity Baseball

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Baseball update as of 3/20/20

Fact:   Currently school buildings are closed closed through April 28. Fact:   OSAA has placed it’s member schools (all public schools and most private schools) in a moratorium state until April 28. Link:   http://www.osaa.org/coronavirus What this means for us: No teams are allowed to hold organized practices or play games. Our facilities are supposed to be closed

Add the PVC pipe drills to your daily workout

You can buy a 3/4 inch by  10 foot pvc pipe at the lumber yard for like 2 or 3 dollars. Cut it in half and give the other one to a team mate. You can then keep sharp with those exercises.

Stay sharp during this closed period

As of today (March 15) we are still restricted from “practice and contests”. Our schools and facilities are closed, but you are not restricted from working out and getting better. Here are my recommendations: Get your sleep. Get your 8-9 hours each day. It is counter-productive to stay up late and sleep in late. It

All practices and games suspended by OSAA until March 31.

The OSAA has restricted all Oregon schools from practice and contests until March 31 at the earliest. Our school district has taken further safety measures to close our facilities during this time as well. If the decision about the use of individual or small group use of the facilities changes, I will make that known

Saturday Marathon Day cancelled for now.

Due to an unfavorable forecast and other more unexpected circumstances, we will not do the marathon game this Saturday. Practice will resume Monday and that also is picture day.

Help needed for weekend JBO evaluations

This Saturday will be the youth evaluations for JBO baseball at the high school. Now that we are the high school dudes, we are the ones who will serve the younger boys and help them with evaluations, teaching, and representing the high school program. With baseball starting so late this year, we are not even