Our 6th Annual Lions Youth Baseball Camp was held April 25th and 26th at the Clear Lake Youth Athletic League Fields. We had 70 players participate in grades 1-6, the most kids we have ever had. There were daily prizes and awards for both individuals and teams. Thanks to all the players that participated in our camp this year and to the many Lion player, coaches, and adult volunteers that helped make it possible. The following players won individual awards during the camp:
Defensive Player of the Year: Cabot Neuberger
Offensive Player of the Year: Kyan Muth
Defensive Player of the Year: Paul Bruns
Offensive Player of the Year: Austin Warnke
Defensive Player of the Year: Jaylen DeVries
Offensive Player of the Year: Tate Storbeck
Lion Youth Baseball Camp to be held the last week in April
The 6th Annual Lion Youth Baseball Camp will be held this year after school from 4:30 to 6:30 on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, April 22, 23, and 25th. The camp will be for any kids in Grades 1-6 and will cost only $25 per participant, which includes a camp t-shirt and a variety of camp prizes and awards. It will be held at the little league complex. The camp will consist of instruction from our Varsity coaches, players, and community volunteers for the 1st half of Monday and Tuesday and competitive games/prizes appropriate for the different ages for the 2nd half of those days. Thursday will be a final game/award day. Participants will need to bring a glove, hat, long sleeves and long pants each day. Brochures and forms will be available at the Middle School and the Elementary School starting Monday, March 25th with the sign-up deadline Monday, April 8th. Please feel free to contact Coach Thompson at email@example.com
with any questions.
The 2013 Lions have started their hitting and pitching workouts in preparation for the upcoming season. Official Team Practice will begin April 29th and their first game will be at home against Charles City on May 27.
The Lions finished the 2012 season with a record of 33-7, which set a school record for wins. They ended the season as District Champions and finished 2nd in the NCC Conference with a Conference record of 15-3. There were 3 Lions (Ozzie Adams, Tanner Truesdell, Michael Keeran) selected to the All-State Teams, including the first Lion Baseball ever selected to the All-State Super Team in Ozzie Adams. There were also 7 Lions selected as All-District and All-Conference players (Ozzie, Tanner, Michael, Tanner Tusha, Jake Kockler, Gavin Sheakley, Jerry Kockler).