Weather & Field Status Update

Summer update: All fields will PARTIALLY OPEN as shown below

We have now completed our regular season and playoffs for baseball and softball.  Fields and cages are only avaiilable for use by NYO sanctioned summer teams. Once the summer teams are done, fields will be completely shut down for the most past as we work of field recovery and conversion to football and fall baseball/softball season. 

We will not update this site during the summer for weather. Teams and coaches should use best judgement and stay off fields during inclement weather in order to keep players safe and to maintain the quality of the fields. 

As always,  cages are open, but do not use them in the event of steady rain, lightning or dangerous, frigid or sloppy conditions. Thunder & Lightning Safety Plan

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Thunder & Lightning Safety Plan

Thunder & Lightning Safety Plan for NYO's Fields at Chastain Park.

 

HEAR ALARM

* All play or practice is suspended
* All players, coaches, umpires, officials and spectators should leave the field and seek shelter immediately!

Move to a sturdy enclosed structure or a fully enclosed vehicle with the windows rolled up. No place is absolutely safe from a lightning threat, however some places are safer than others. Stay away from:

* Keep off of fields, common areas and any area of higher elevation.
* Avoid Tall isolated objects, such as flag poles, light poles or trees.
* Keep away all metal fences, bleachers and batting cages.
* Avoid all water and water fountains.

Safety is the number one consideration - common sense and good judgment should be used at all times.

Parents dropping off unattended children should have a safety plan in place for their child.
Do not return until the all clear is sounded – 3 quick 5 second horn blasts.

NOTE – For offsite NYO games or practices, umpires and coaches should follow the same safety guidelines if they hear thunder or see lightning. Play or practice shall not be resumed until there has been a minimum all clear period of 15 minutes – again common sense and good judgment should be used at all times.

Thank you!

The 11U “Horns” won their second tournament of the 2016 Summer season and extended their record to an impressive 15-3-1.  The Horns provided their fathers with a memorable weekend by winning against several loaded teams and winning games in dramatic fashion. 

The NYO Fastpitch 12U Elite team prevailed against a talented field in the GSA Memorial Day Classic.  The tournament victory was clinched by Sydney Silverstein who pitched a no-hitter and near perfect game (one walk) over the previously undefeated Sandy Springs Storm.  Peyton Kanaly (Pitcher) led the team to victory in the semi-final against the Columbus Storm, an A level tournament team that beat the Elite in pool play earlier in the day.  Stellar defense throughout the tournament was provided by Lane Brickley, Katie White, Antonia Martinez, Helena Harris and Lindsey Broadway.  Allie Ohde and Olivia Bontempo burned up the base paths with too many stolen bags to count.  Logan Easterly, Annabelle Lawson, and Maura Mcbreen pounded out the hits to keep the offense rolling.  Congrats to the 12U Elite!

After three days of softball, the 10U Red Riot captured the championship at the Murphy Candler All Star Showdown last weekend. Twelve 10U teams were entered from parks all over Atlanta as pool play began. The Red Riot entered bracket play as the 3 seed. In the first bracket game, NYO defeated the 6 seed Sandy Springs Storm 6-3 behind a fine pitching performance by Madison Hadley. In the semifinals, NYO hammered the 2 seed, Sandy Plains Express, 12-3 as the offense racked up nine hits. The finals against the 1 seed and host, Murphy Candler Cobras, was a fantastic game. NYO jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first on a 2 out RBI from Cece Smith. Murphy Candler squeezed a run across in the third to tie the game 1-1. NYO immediately battled back behind a run scoring double from Susan Wiggers to take a 2-1 lead in the top of the fourth inning. Murphey Candler had two more at bats but couldn't score against the tough NYO defense and the pitching of Sophia Mador, and NYO won the champioship game, 2-1. Mador was brilliant in the finals. She only gave up one hit and one walk while striking out nine in five innings.

Left to Right Kneeling - Cece Smith, Maddy Weinstein, Jordan Corley, McKenna Nilan, Madeleine Monde, Susan Wiggers. Standing - Madison Hadley, Ava Vinci, Lulu Castello, Sophia Mador, Stella Chartrand, Victoria Hadley. Coaches - Chris Monde, Will Rittenberg, Jeremy Mador, Stephen Weinstein.

The NYO 9U Bulls enjoyed playing at NYO this past weekend and had a tremendous run in the Dizzy Dean District Tournament earning them an invitation to the State Tournament in two weeks.  The Bulls thrilled the home crowd by defeating the defending Dizzy Dean District and State Champion Eastside Thunder.  The Bulls and Thunder passed the lead back and forth seven times, but in the end the Bulls pulled out a 7-4 monumental win to advance to the Championship game which immediately followed the Bulls-Thunder matchup.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016 16:30

11u Bulls - District 4 Champs!!!

On Tuesday, June 14, the 11u NYO Bulls capped off a great week of baseball at Webb Bridge Park in Alpharetta, winning the 2016 Dizzy Dean District 4 Championship by a score of 9-6 over the Sandy Springs Storm.  The Tuesday night triumph was the Bulls 7th win in 8 games, including three straight victories over teams from Sandy Springs to claim the top prize.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016 21:44

NYO Summer Baseball in Full Gear

The 20 sanctioned NYO summer baseball teams have reached the half way point of the summer. Each week our teams play approximately 100 games and we're at right about a .667 winning percentage overall - just the right combo of strong competition and excellent play. This past weekend featured something incredibly unique with all 4 of our 10 year old teams wining their tournaments, combining for a 20-0-1 record.  Our teams captured two Triple Crown travel tournaments and 2 Dizzy Dean warm up tournaments. Congrats also to our 11U Bulls who captured the Dizzy Dean Distric and  the 9U Bulls and 7U Toros who battled to the final game of their districts. We also saw deep runs by our two 12U travel summer teams as well as our 14U, 13U, 11U and 9U travel summer teams.

We're pitching in to help host the 10U Dizzy District featuring the NYO Longhorns and Young Guns so come out if want to catch some baseball. Otherwise, our other 18 other teams will hit the road wtih some of our teams starting long weekend trips to even hotter Florida. 

The 10U Young Guns went 4-0 this weekend bringing home their third championship in the last three weeks.  With a smoldering summer season record of 12-1, the 10U Young Guns are hot! 

As Shown Left to Right: (Front Row) Dillon Nuriddin, Whit Blackburn, Corley Watson, Charlie Davidson, Clark Taylor; (2nd Row) Tucker Gleeson, Whit McGrotty, Luke Binney, Fletcher Heacock, Elliott Stewart, Tyler Malsom, Eric Malsom, (3rd Row) Coaches: Brian Blackburn, Greg Binney, Wes Davidson, Jeff Taylor

Monday, 13 June 2016 12:11

10U Bulls win Triple Crown D3 States

10U Bulls win the Triple Crown D3 state tournament, post 5-0 record on the weekend.

The NYO Fastpitch 12U Elite went undefeated at the Sandy Springs Slam over the June 3-5 weekend and won their second consecutive tournament of the season.  The win was clinched by Sydney Silverstein who pitched a fantastic final game over the talented Sandy Springs Storm.  Peyton Kanaly led the team to victory with two strong outings against West Cobb and Sandy Plains.  The team played steller defense throughout the tournament and pounded the ball all over the field on offense.  The 12U Elite are led by coaches Steven Silverstein, Charley Brickley, Amy Ohde, Lisa Martinez and Mark Kanaly.  Congratulations to the NYO 12U Elite on a great performance! 

After finishing in the middle of the pack in its first tournament, NYO's 10U Red Riot fed off a great week of practice and came home with the championship of the Global Sports Authority tournament at McCurry Park in Fayetteville on June 4th. The girls were undefeated going into the title game, but had to rally twice to overcome deficits of 3-0 and 6-3 to win the championship game 8-6. Congratulations to the 10U Red Riot for a great tournament!

Players L to R:  Kneeling - Cece Smith, McKenna Nilan, Jordan Corley, Victoria Hadley, Sophia Mador, Susan Wiggers; Standing - Madison Hadley, Madeleine Monde, Maddy Weinstein, Lulu Castello, Ava Vinci, Stella Chartrand.  Coaches L to R:  Jeremy Mador, Will Rittenberg, Chris Monde, Stephen Weinstein

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