Baseball Skills & Batting Cages

Spring Dates TBD

NBGC Sports Programs

The NBGC offers a wide range of activities year round. Not only do NBGC kids have fun and learn skills with our sports programs, we also strive to teach them important values. We stress good sportsmanship, conflict resolution, responsibility and teamwork. We require our players, parents, coaches and officials to treat each other respectfully. Our philosophy is “Everyone Plays”. This ensures that every child has the opportunity to play in every game - regardless of their skill level.

Neighborhood Teams

Because we like to keep the kids together on the same teams throughout their years at NBGC, teams are formed according to where you live. Youth are not placed on teams based on schools. Youth are encouraged to make new friends! Requests can be made at time of registration but cannot always be honored.

Regular Season Games

Volleyball Teams will play 1 or 2 games per week once the practices have concluded in mid February. Each game is scheduled for 45 minutes and the season concludes in early April with an All Star Game and/or Parent vs Kids Day. The schedule and teams will be finalized the week of February 13th. Until we know the final number of teams per age group we have reserved the following days as playing options for each league. Weekday games will be played from 4:15 - 7:15 pm for younger leagues K-3rd grade and 4:30-9:00 pm for 4th-8th grades. Saturdays will begin at 8:45 am and conclude at 4:30 pm. Coaches are encouraged to practice with their teams weekly as space is available. The schedule below does not include those practice days as it varies from coach to coach.

Attendance Policy

Good Attendance is an NBGC expectation. Players should attend their games regularly regardless of weather or other activities and must maintain an attendance record of at least 50% to remain on the active roster. A player who cannot make their game should have their parent contact NBGC to notify the staff in charge of their League or the Athletic Director. Those players with poor attendance will have their playing time cut or be benched until improvement is made. Too many absences can cause a player to be dropped from the team. Parents are asked to discourage their children from missing games or quitting and to finish what they start regardless of the result.

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