If you would like to Sponsor North Langley Baseball for the 2016 Season please contact Ryan Jeffrey at email@example.com
North Langley Baseball's Annual General Meeting was held on June 27,2016 at the Walnut Grove Community Center. We would like to thank all the members that came out. All members in attendance were entered into a draw for a 2017 Registration and a MVP $100 gift card , one each for baseball and softball.
Our association , like all other youth sports organizations depend on volunteers to make it successful for all our players.
I want to thank those who have already stepped up for the 2017 Executive . Unfortunately we still have a number of key board and volunteer positions vacant and are looking for someone to step up and fill them.
Executive Positions still vacant:
Umpire in Chief
Volunteer Positions still vacant ( not required to attend all Board meetings)
Umpire Scheduler ( Filled )
These are key rolls that need to be filled in order for us to ensure we are prepared for the start of next season.
If you are interested in one of these positions you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
President North Langley Baseball
Please click here for a complete contact list of the 2017 Baseball Executive
The Trappers came up a little short competing at the Mosquito AAA T2 Provincial tournament in West Kelowna on the B.C. Day long weekend. The team went 4-0 in round robin play defeating Duncan 8-7, West Kelowna 12-1, Tsawwassen 10-3 and Cloverdale 13-3. In the semi finals the boys defeated Penticton 8-3. In the finals the team was up against their Achilles heal, the team from Coq.-Moody, the last team to defeat the Trappers. In a wild and crazy game the Trappers built up a 6 run lead but couldn't hold off the charging team from Coq.-Moody. In the end, Coq.-Moody won the championship game 13-12. While the numbers don't tell the whole story, the season was a great success, a record of 22-3 and finishing 2nd in the Provincials. The entire coaching staff is so very proud of all the hard work, the dedication and the commitment of every player on the team.
NL Trappers won the Can-Am Midsummer Classic Mosquito AAA T2 tournament in Abbotsford July 14- 17 with a come from behind 9-8 victory in the final over Aldergrove. The game ended in dramatic fashion with Elijah Olaybal hitting a walk off solo home run in the bottom of the 6th inning. The Trappers finished the round robin with a 3-0 record, defeating North Delta 12-7, Aldergrove 12-4 and Chilliwack 14-1. In the semi-final the Trappers defeated a strong team from Victoria 8-6.
Pee Wee AA Trappers 2nd Place Winners
Mosquito A Trappers. Team with the best dab !
Congratulations to the Mosquito Blue Jays who went into extra innings to win by one run against the Surrey Expos in the Mosquito Tier 2 Interlock finals on Sunday. It was an exciting game to watch and we are so proud of all the players and coaches.
The NL Blazers won the Mosquito Tier 1 Interlock Playoff Final with a 6-1 victory over the Newton Canadians.
The Blazers finished in 1st place in the Interlock League play with a 11-1-2 record.
Including tournament play the Blazers are undefeated in their last 19 games.
Way to Go Blazers !!
On Sunday May 15, 21 T-Ball and Super 6 Teams came out to test their skills and earn their White and Black Pins. Congrats to all players who came out and put their skills to the test and earned their pin. A Great Big Thank you to all the coaches who have been working with the kids. Next Skills day is June 18th. Keep practicing your skills to earn your next pin
Past and Present NL Presidents
WOW what a day! It's hard to believe that 25 years has gone by since that first pitch back in 1991. It is safe to say that the last 25 years have provided many amazing experiences and memories.for all involved. We wish to thank everyone for their support along the way and to all those that have volunteered countless hours to get us to where we are today. It was great to see all the past presidents, volunteers and players that have made this such a great community sport. Thank you to the volunteers who did a great job with this years ceremonies and we look forward to another 25 years of ball in our community.
Our 2016 NL Trappers Hoodies and Warm Up Jackets have arrived.
$40 for Youth Sizes
$45 for Adult Sized
Quantities are limited
For more information on our Challenger Division click here
In Person Registration March 7th from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Walnut Grove McDonalds ( 204th & 88th )
North Langley Baseball would like to thanks all our 2016 Sponsors.
Registration for the 2017 Spring Season will be open mid October. More info to come ,,,
The deadline for coaching applications for the following division is October 7,2016.
Pee Wee AA
Click here to apply
North Langley Baseball is now accepting applications for the 2017 Baseball Season.
To Apply click here.
This past July Long weekend 3 North Langley Trappers started off their Summer Season by participating in the Cloverdale Boulanger Tournament. We are so proud of how our Trappers represented North Langley.
The NL Trappers finished as the Runner-Up at the Cloverdale Boulanger Mosquito AAA T-2 Tournament this past weekend. After finishing 2nd in their pool the Trappers defeated Campbell River in the semi-finals. A solid victory over Campbell River who are the defending Provincial Champions. In a well played, exciting final the Trappers came up a little short losing 3-0 to the Whalley 11 year old Selects.
Congratulations to all our T-Ball and Super 6 players who came out to test their skills and earn their Grey and Green Pins.
Also congratulations to the Super 6 Blue Jays and Coach Strijack for winning the Super 6 Dragon Finals.
Tadpole Jays Take the Gold
Congratulations to the Jays and Coach Gehring for winning the Tadpole final playoffs against the Trappers and Coach Hill. The Trappers went undefeated in the playoffs , but could not fend off the Jays in the final game.
Congratulations to the North Langley Timber on winning the 2016 Bill Hyde Memorial Tournament in Port Coquitlam.
We would like to thank all the teams that participated in our Annual Will Smith Memorial tournament. It was a great 4 days of ball , with the North Langley Trappers and Cloverdale Black Wolves battling it out in the finals. The North Langley Trappers came out with an 11-10 win after some great plays by both teams. Thank you to our Amazing tournament director Marti , Awesome tadpole coordinator Cheryl and the many volunteers that came out . This tournament would not be possible without you.
Anyone volunteering for North Langley Baseball, Softball or Challenger Ball must complete a Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP) annually. To do so online, go to https://justice.gov.bc.ca/eCRC/ and follow the directions there. Our access code is: 3PCX38ZK4G