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NYO Fastpitch 14U Patriots – Tryouts August 6 and 13

The NYO Fastpitch 14U Patriots will hold tryouts on Sunday, August 6, from 1:30-3:30pm at the Galloway Softball Field (2465 Warren Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30318).  Tryouts are open for girls born in year 2003 or later.  The 14U Patriots play in travel tournaments during the fall, spring, and summer, and participate in the NYO Senior League during the spring.  For interested players, please arrive between 1:00-1:15pm on August 6.  For those with unavoidable conflicts, an additional tryout session will be held on Sunday, August 13, also from 1:30-3:30pm at the Galloway Softball Field.  Any questions, please email Charlie Brickley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or NYO Softball at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

13U Bulls and 14U Red Devils Finish With Six Straight Wins and a ‘Ship

With the “sun setting” on their NYO playing days and so many rainouts this June, the Bulls and Red Devils decided to extend their season into July and play more baseball.

First the Red Devils (and a few Bulls) played in the 14U Triple Crown Firecracker Finale on June 30 to July 2. The team played well on Saturday against two very strong opponents, but did lose both games. Sunday was a different story as the Red Devils won 2 elimination games before heavy rains set in that cancelled the remainder of the tournament. For the season, the Red Devils finished a very strong 10-6-1. (Click Headline for More)

NYO Alum, Dominick Blaylock Commits to Kirby Smart and UGA

Five-Star recruit, US Army All-American, Walton High School wide receiver, and NYO Alum, Dominick Blaylock made Coach Kirby Smart's day when he committed to continue his college career at the University of Georgia on Sunday.  The 6-0 Blaylock is considered the #21 overall player and the #2 receiver in the Class of 2019.  Dominick has scholarship offers from just about every top program in the country.  

Dominick participated in baseball and football at NYO from 2006 throgh 2012.  Congratulations Dom!!!

10U Longhorns Fight to the End

The NYO 10U Longhorns finished the summer season with a 17-5 record. They represented NYO in the Dizzy Dean State Sanctioned Tournament in Canton, GA over the holiday weekend. The Longhorns placed 4th overall and qualified for the Dizzy Dean World Series in Southhaven, MS. No matter how tough the battle, they always played fair, followed the rules, respected the judgement of the umpires and treated their opponents with respect which led them to be awarded the Sportsmanship Award for the 10U State Tournament. (Click Title to Read More)

Great Summer for the 10U Bulls!

The NYO 10U Bulls summer team made up of Austin Rhino, Josh Segal, Kyle Coleman, Reed Aaronson, Jamie Vicens, Reynolds Escher, James Lester, Michael Buhay, Thomas Harris, Cooper Bernath, Reece Williams and Ryan Ohde played 20 games this summer including 2 scrimmages against the our friendly rivals, the Buckhead Bucks. (Click Title to Read More)

Cheer Alumni Spotlight - Ava!

This cheer alumni spotlight focuses on Ava, a four year participant, award-winning NYO cheerleader that is still actively helping our program in many other ways today.

Ava began her NYO cheer career in the fall of 2012. Throughout her four seasons, she was voted by her squad to represent them as an All-Star cheerleader all four years. This is a huge honor, as it is voted on by your teammates and coaches, honoring a girl with strong cheer skills, leadership and teamwork abilities.  Ava says she fondly remembers cheering at NYO and that halftime performances and cheering at football games as the sun went down are two of her favorite memories.  Ava's mom also served irreplaceably for years as a valuable volunteer and team mom, thus providing Ava with a lot of fun practice memories as well. (Click Title to Read More)

9U Longhorns Stampede!

The word STAMPEDE, according to Wikipedia, “is uncontrolled concerted running as an act of mass impulse among herd animals or a crowd of people in which the group collectively begins running, often in an attempt to escape a perceived threat.  A large stampede typically eliminates everything in its path.”  (Click Title to Read More)