top of page
Noah Baseball.jpeg
Follow NOAH Baseball!
  • Facebook
  • Instagram

General Information


NOAH Baseball creates teams at all age levels. The High School and Junior High teams hold player evaluations/tryouts and practices each September. Players that meet the NOAH homeschool requirements are eligible to play. Each player must be registered and have a copy of his physical before competing. Teams for players that are in the 6th grade or younger will form in December and January and will play in the Jenks Youth Baseball League or the Broken Arrow Youth Baseball League, and/or possible USSSA tournaments.

2023 Spring Teams

For the 2023 spring season, NOAH Baseball will be fielding the following teams:

Varsity (Coach Bryan Kelly)

Junior Varsity (Coach Sean Call)

Junior High Black (Coach Dwight Barnoski)

Junior High Blue (Coach Christopher Cseh)

12U Black Recreational (Coach James Goins)

11A Competitive (Coach Brandon Jameson)

10U Black Recreational (Coach Brandon Jameson / Nick Landon)

10U Blue Recreational (Coach TBA)

8U Recreational (Coach Josh Longbrake)


All players must meet the NOAH eligibility guidelines set forth by the NOAH Board of Directors.


High school and junior high scrimmages and games begin in mid February through the first week of May. NOAH baseball schedules games against some of the top Oklahoma public and private high schools. NOAH Baseball will send a varsity team to the Homeschool World Series in Florida at the end of each spring season. The high school and junior high teams will play in a summer league during the month of June. Elementary recreational and competitive teams will start practices in mid to late February and games will be begin in March through the first couple weeks of June.  All games schedules are available on TeamApp, once released.


NOAH is a voluntary organization. All coaches have full-time jobs and are taking personal time from their jobs and family to support the program. Please remember this and stay flexible as changes occur.


For the high school and junior high, player fees will cover most of the operating costs such as team equipment, field maintenance, park improvements, indoor facilities rental, school tournament fees, insurance, etc. Each player must participate in a mandatory fundraiser in the fall to offset the remaining operating budget. Uniforms are a separate cost that each will be responsible for providing. Any travel related costs to out of town tournaments are the responsibility of the player.

For elementary teams that play in a league, each player will be responsible for the league fee (approximately $180-$200). In addition, players will need purchase their uniform separately. Competitive players may also be responsible for tournament fees during the season.

bottom of page