EJBSL is Hosting the Cal Ripken 10 year-old New England Regional Tournament!!
EJBSL is proud to host the Cal Ripken 10 year-old New England Regional Tournament this year at Sawyer Park in Kensington. This promises to be a strong tourney and we expect plenty of good baseball. Exeter's 10s will be joined by teams from Andy Valley, ME, Montshire, VT, Seacoast, NH, Quincy, MA, Groton, MA, Cranston, RI and Danbury, CT.
The tournament will be played from July 19 - 24. The afternoon of Friday July 18 there will an Opening Ceremony and Skills Competition for the teams. Click on the "10yo NE Regional Tournament" link on the left for directions, game results and the updated tourney bracket.
We're looking for volunteers in a few areas:
- Public address announcers
- Official scorekeepers (you must know how to keep the scorebook)
- T-shirt / raffle sales
If you're interested in volunteering to help out please contact Mark Leighton.
Congratulations to the 12yo-70' All-Star team on winning their State Tournament!
Coaching Feedback Survey
Coaches are our most important volunteers and any feedback we receive helps us maintain a strong core of coaching volunteers. Please take a moment to complete a short online survey on your EJBL experience:
Click here for the survey
Check the All-Star Season section of our website to keep up with how our post-season teams are doing in their tournaments!!
Great Article on Lucas Currier
Upcoming Board Meetings
Board meetings are usually held the first Thursday of the month at the Exeter Senior Center on Court Street.
WHEN: Thursday, August 7th - 7:00pm
WHERE: Exeter Senior Center, 30 Court St., Exeter
All are welcome to attend!!
2014 Grade 3-5 Softball Champions - Exeter Hurricanes!
2014 Major League Champions - The Cubs!!
2014 AAA League Champions - The Dodgers!!
2014 AA League Champions - The Red Sox!!
2014 A League Champions - The Phillies!!
Home Run Derby Champions!!
9/10 Year Old Division - Chase LeClerc
11/12 Year Old Division - Ryan Putney
Babe Ruth 13 Division - Ryan Huppe
WE NEED YOUR HELP
To run a program of over 600 young athletes requires the participation of everyone. Parents are asked to assist for 3 to 4 hours of service. You will be asked to sign up and help out in some capacity.
EJBL is a self-funded, non-profit organization that provides the youth of Exeter, Brentwood, East Kingston, Kensington and Newfields the opportunity to participate in organized baseball and softball. All equipment, uniforms, field maintenance and improvements are funded by league registrations, corporate and individual donations through fundraising and revenue from our concession stand in Exeter. We receive no funds from any of the towns affiliated with the league.
EJBL is committed to teaching and promoting youth baseball and softball while using the experience to develop teamwork, strong character and good sportsmanship in all our participants. EJBL is a volunteer-run organization fully dependent on parent participation for successful operation.
We are affiliated with the Babe Ruth League and the Cal Ripken League. Our teams play on fields in all of our member towns. We have over 600 players on over 50 teams that participate in our baseball and softball leagues.
Sponsors who wish to support the league may buy an outfield sign for the coming season. The vinyl signs are 3'x5' and are available in many different colors and are customized with your organization's logo. Signs are displayed on the outfield fence all season long.
1st Year: $225 for 1 sign or $400 for 2 signs (both Currier & Walsh fields).
2nd Year: $150 for 1 sign or $250 for 2 signs (both Currier & Walsh fields).
In addition, your business will receive a free web ad on the league's website, be listed as an official sponsor and your logo will be listed in the opening day program!
Online ad on the EJBL website only: $75
For more information email Brett Elmore
. Thanks to all our sponsors for their continued support!
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"Love the game and do your best - you’ll always be a winner." - Cal Ripken Jr., April 2007, to an EJBL player.
“Cal (Ripken, Jr.) is a bridge, maybe the last bridge, back to the way the game was played. Hitting home runs and all that other good stuff is not enough. It’s how you handle yourself in all the good times and bad times that matters. That’s what Cal showed us. Being a star is not enough. He showed us how to be more.” - Joe Torre