Lake Shore Youth Baseball
Spring 2020 Intramural Registration Is Now Closed
We have very limited space available in our Mustang, Bronco, Pony and Colt divisions.
If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please email Amy Fogarty at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Lake Shore Baseball Families,
I hope you and your loved ones are all home and safe, are practicing social distancing and learning how to navigate our new (temporary) normal. We are all in this together and are taking the situation one day at a time. I have high hopes that our community will survive and will be stronger than ever when this is over. I wanted to update you with some information about the current status of Lake Shore Baseball spring season.
For the spring season Lake Shore Youth Baseball is currently following the direction of Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks, local government and the various leagues that we participate in as to how we will proceed with spring sports. Our current position is that we are in a delayed start, with the full expectation to play at some point in the season. We may be able to proceed with shortened seasons depending on the decisions of Rec and Parks and local government. If the season is cancelled, we will contact you and issue the appropriate refunds.
Just a reminder: all county parks are currently open. However, the playground portion of all county parks are CLOSED to help stop the spread of the virus. Please remember that practices formal or informal shall not be taking place. We need to support social distancing to protect our community.
“I cannot stress this enough: Marylanders need to stay in place at home to slow the spread of this deadly virus.” Said Governor Larry Hogan.
Please stay positive and be patient,
Thank you Lake Shore Youth Baseball
Lake Shore Baseball Family:
I wanted to take a minute to let all of you know that we are thinking of you and your family and hope that you are all coping and getting through these trying times as best as possible. Wishing you quality time with your family, and peace in a slower lifestyle that I know none of us are accustomed to.
Please see the note below sent to us from the Department of Rec & Parks as well.
Remember that we are ALL in this together and we will ALL get through it, by adhering to the rules that are given to us and remembering all of the things that we have to be grateful for.
Stay healthy and stay home as much as possible!
Lake Shore Youth Baseball
Please share with your organizations also remind your coaches that even though the fields are open there are NO permits at this time for use.
Organized practices and activities are not permitted.
At this time, all Anne Arundel County parks are open….
However, we need your cooperation. To protect our patrons and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, playgrounds in these parks are CLOSED until further notice. Please practice social distancing and abide by Governor Larry Hogan's order prohibiting groups of 10 or more people.
Please enjoy the other spaces in the park and please stay safe.
Thank you for your cooperation.
We are in desperate need of convertibles (or Jeeps) with drivers for our Opening Day Parade, Saturday April 4th. If this is something you would consider helping with, please contact Amanda Bertoglio~ Parade coordinator at email@example.com
If you are 14-18 yrs old and are interested in umpiring intramural clinic or pinto games (coach pitch or kid pitch), please contact Judy McMeen at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Cell Tower update:
The first new Verizon cell service improvement is on track to be up and running by the end of the year. The small cell site at Lake Shore Plaza is moving forward and permits are applied for.
The Woods Road tower is moving forward and is expected to be completed in 2020. Also an additional site is in the works for Magothy Bridge Road.
These can’t happen soon enough!
Moving forward and staying on task with all the Little League organizations in Anne Arundel County, Lake Shore Baseball has decided to change the birth date cut-off. Above are the birth date ranges which utilize the 8/31 birthdate cutoff. They are the new Little League dates that are already in effect. They coincide with the school year which is actually, our main reason for making the change so kids in the same school grade/year will play together.
Thank you for your support in making this transition possible!
Matt has, played baseball for over 13 years, always at Lake Shore, starting when he was 4 years old in Tee- Ball and playing every season to his senior year. Matt is a perfect example of a “Scholar athlete” making Honor Roll every marking period, and earning the highest GPA award this past fall, a 5.0! Along with baseball, he has also played Basketball and was the team captain of the high school varsity football team. Matt has been accepted and will attend UMBC in the fall, where he plans to pursue a Bachelors degree in computer science and coding. Please help me congratulate Chesapeake Senior Matt Blades!