Annual Lumberjacks Youth Baseball Camp 2017

It’s that time of year, almost time for the Annual Lumberjacks Youth Baseball Camp!!

Download the form PDF by clicking the link below.
CAMP_BROCHURE 2017

The Lumberjacks Baseball Camp is designed to teach students skills, fundamentals and knowledge of the game of baseball.  Individual and team drills will be incorporated in daily activities as well as game competition.  We will emphasize a positive learning environment in which each camper can improve his or her skills.  The camp is sponsored by the Covington Lumberjacks Baseball, Inc.

CAMP DETAILS:

When?

Wednesday, June 28th – Saturday, July 1st

Where?

Casey Field, Covington, Va.

Who?

Boys and Girls, Ages 6-16

Cost?

$45.00 a child (if paid before the 19th)

*After the 19th we will add a $5 late fee charge but will still take applications until the day of camp

This camp will be facilitated by the 2017 Covington Lumberjacks, the cost of camp will include a T-Shirt and on Friday, June 30th, the children that attend the Home Game at 7:00pm, will run out on the field with the Jacks and will be recognized for all their hard work! The picnic will be on Saturday, July 1st.

*** All proceeds from this camp will go to the Lumberjacks baseball team and provide travel and meal money for the Jacks.

CAMP DIRECTORS

Head Coach

Eustaquio “Stock” Ramirez

Assistant Coach
Cord Corkrell

 Location:  All camp days will be held at Casey Field in Covington, Va. – in the event of bad weather or something changes; please check the Facebook page for updates.

Separate Age Groups: Participants will generally play in their own age group or grade level.  However, we reserve the right to move a camper up in the age groups depending on their skills and abilities.

 

Items to Bring:  Glove or mitt, baseball shoes, favorite bat, batting gloves, hat, practice pants and t-shirt.  NOTE:  Please write camper’s name on all items.  The Lumberjacks are not responsible for loss or damage of any camper’s belongings.

 

Parent Participation:  Parents are encouraged to attend the camps to watch if they would like! But we do ask that all parents sit in the stands and NOT go on the field during the camp.

Children should be dropped off between 8:30am-9:00am and picked up between 12:00pm and 12:30 pm.

**All updates about camp will be posted on the Facebook Event & out Website (Lumberjacks Baseball Camp 2017)

Parents, on behalf of their children, accept the risk of injury while attending this camp.

Jacks Baseball Camp Brochure 2017

It’s that time of year, almost time for the Annual Lumberjacks Youth Baseball Camp!!

Download the form PDF by clicking the link below.
CAMP_BROCHURE 2017

The Lumberjacks Baseball Camp is designed to teach students skills, fundamentals and knowledge of the game of baseball.  Individual and team drills will be incorporated in daily activities as well as game competition.  We will emphasize a positive learning environment in which each camper can improve his or her skills.  The camp is sponsored by the Covington Lumberjacks Baseball, Inc.

CAMP DETAILS:

When?

Wednesday, June 28th – Saturday, July 1st

Where?

Casey Field, Covington, Va.

Who?

Boys and Girls, Ages 6-16

Cost?

$45.00 a child (if paid before the 19th)

*After the 19th we will add a $5 late fee charge but will still take applications until the day of camp

This camp will be facilitated by the 2017 Covington Lumberjacks, the cost of camp will include a T-Shirt and on Friday, June 30th, the children that attend the Home Game at 7:00pm, will run out on the field with the Jacks and will be recognized for all their hard work! The picnic will be on Saturday, July 1st.

 

*** All proceeds from this camp will go to the Lumberjacks baseball team and provide travel and meal money for the Jacks.

 

CAMP DIRECTORS

Head Coach

Eustaquio Ramirez

Assistant Coach
Cord Corkrell

 Location:  All camp days will be held at Casey Field in Covington, Va. – in the event of bad weather or something changes; please check the Facebook page for updates.

Separate Age Groups: Participants will generally play in their own age group or grade level.  However, we reserve the right to move a camper up in the age groups depending on their skills and abilities.

 

Items to Bring:  Glove or mitt, baseball shoes, favorite bat, batting gloves, hat, practice pants and t-shirt.  NOTE:  Please write camper’s name on all items.  The Lumberjacks are not responsible for loss or damage of any camper’s belongings.

 

Parent Participation:  Parents are encouraged to attend the camps to watch if they would like! But we do ask that all parents sit in the stands and NOT go on the field during the camp.

 

Children should be dropped off between 8:30am-9:00am and picked up between 12:00pm and 12:30 pm.

**All updates about camp will be posted on the Facebook Event & out Website (Lumberjacks Baseball Camp 2017)

Parents, on behalf of their children, accept the risk of injury while attending this camp.

 

Jacks Goofing Off

Sometimes our Covington Lumberjacks like to have a little fun!!
Check out these great pictures!

Also a big thanks to Kristen Garten Photography!
www.KristenGarten.com

Team Photos!!

Check out our 2016 Lumberjacks!
Photos by Kristen Garten Photography
Make sure and check out her out!
https://www.facebook.com/KristenGartenPhotography/
www.KristenGarten.com

 

Lumberjacks @ Express Photos 07-19-2016

Charlottesville Tom Sox Fall to Covington Lumberjacks 07-17-16

Article Credit : NBC 29

 Jackscvilletomsox

” Covington, VA – The Covington Lumberjacks scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth for a walk-off 9-8 win over the Charlottesville Tom Sox Sunday night at Casey Field.

The Lumberjacks (18-15) trailed 8-6 facing their final three outs in the ninth inning when things went downhill for Charlottesville (11-23). Brandon Vicens doubled to center-field to bring home two runs and tie the game at eight. Two batters later with the bases loaded, Bruce Martin sent a fly ball to deep center-field, giving Vicens plenty of time to tag up and score the winning run.

After two scoreless innings to start the night, Charlottesville’s bats came alive in the third inning when they exploded for five runs on six hits. Justin Novak, Bruce Steel, Dupree Hart, and Brian Fortier all record RBI-hits in the inning.

However, it would not take long for Covington to return the favor. The Lumberjacks got to Charlottesville’s starter Jack Alkire and put up four runs in the bottom of the third inning, forcing an early call to the bullpen for Tom Sox manager Travis Thomas. The Tom Sox bullpen was strong in over six innings of work, but the three-run ninth inning proved the be the deciding factor in the game.

Dupree Hart extended his hit-streak to 16 games with a single in the third inning. The longest hit-streak in the Valley League this year was 17 games by Ray Hernandez of Purcellville. Hart will have an opportunity to tie that in his next game.

Charlottesville will be off the next two days before returning to C-Ville Weekly Ballpark Wednesday night for a 7:00pm match up with the Purcellville Cannons. ”