1. Field a competitive team and successful team on the varsity, junior varsity and freshman levels:
In the classroom, community and on the field.
The purpose of the freshman program is to: Develop and refine basic skills and condition of the athlete. Introduce, explain, and reinforce the rules of the sport. Determine the student's athletic ability which will lead to a continued involvement in the sport. Provide playing time to all participants, at the coaches discretion.
The freshman team will consist of 9th graders who have demonstrated intellectual skills, proper attitude, physical skills, and sport specific skills that indicate a potential to be varsity players. The numbers of players will vary from season to season.
The purpose of the junior varsity program is to: Further develop skills of the athlete. Increase intensity of the competition Prepare the athlete for the varsity level Place more emphasis on winning, but not to the extent of the varsity level. Provide opportunities for playing time as game conditions merit.
The junior varsity team will consist primarily of sophomores, possibly juniors or freshman who have demonstrated the ability to start at as jayvee players may also be on the team. The jayvee player must exhibit the required intellectual skills, proper attitude, physical skills, and sport specific skills that indicate a potential to be a varsity performer over the next few years.
The purpose of the varsity program is to: Develop the physical skills and conditioning of the athlete to his fullest potential Allow the talented athlete the chance to excel. Provide the athletes with the opportunities to learn, set goals, strive to achieve them, and serve as role models for the younger athletes. Develop program goals that include winning, team building skills and enjoyment of the sport. Provide athletes and parents with notification during the preseason if the coach fells a senior player may see minimal playing time.
The varsity team will consist of primarily juniors and seniors, but may include freshman and sophomores whom have demonstrated the ability to be starters or key contributors. Juniors must show the potential to be varsity players over the next two years in order to be members of the varsity team. The varsity player must show the mental skills needed to be starters or essential contributors.
2. Provide each player with opportunity to learn, develop, and improve their baseball skills on a daily basis.
3. Provide each player with an atmosphere that encourages mental, social and emotional maturity.
4. Open doors for college advancement.
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