Knights Club Baseball 7-18 Year OldsUpdated Monday August 13, 2018 by Blake Wilsford.
Paladin Knights Baseball
Paladin Knights Baseball is a competitive, team oriented program for 7 - 18 year olds designed to develop and enhance the individual and team skills needed to compete at a higher level.
Teams will compete in local tournaments and will register in leagues already established. While competition breeds intensity, we believe as a Christian based organization that sports should be played the right way. Our teams will display integrity, sportsmanship, respect, kindness and ultimately a Christ like attitude. Prayer will be a part of each of our teams as well as an outreach to the teams we play against.
Placement onto a team is determined through an assessment, tryout or player draft.
FALL 2018 SEASON DETAILS
Currently have 7U - 13U teams competing in local leagues and tournaments.
**We are still looking for players to fill out our 13U roster. Age as of May 1st, 2019 and this team is playing tournaments only**
PALADIN KNIGHTS ADVANCED CLINIC: To register for the clinic please log in to your account. Don't have an account click the log in button at the top of the page to create one. Details for the clinic are below.
*Instructors include fromer professional players from the Nationals, A's and Angels, elite collegiate players and state champion high school coaches. This clinic is designed to teach intermediate and advanced baseball skills to to help your child continue their development as a baseball player*
If you are interested in your child joining Paladin Knights Baseball or if you have any other questions about our program please email us at email@example.com.
We are currently looking for coaches to join our growing program! If you would like more information please download our coaches informational packet below. Or if your ready to become a Paladin Knights coach then go ahead and fill out the coaches application form.
|Knights Baseball Coaches Informational Packet.pdf|
|Paladin Knights Coaches Application.gform|