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2016 MIDLAND DYB SPRING BASEBALL REGISTRATION
****MIDLAND ALLSTARS UPDATE***
20 Jul -
16 July –
Our Midland Dixie Boys Allstars won the District 6 Championship and advance to play in the South Carolina Dixie Boys State Allstar Tournament. They will open play this Saturday, 18 July 2015 at 1pm, against the Aynor Allstars in North Augusta. Come out and support our Midland Dixie Boys Allstars as they work their way to the Dixie Boys Baseball World Series
16 July –
Our Midland Ozone Allstar team came up a little short in the Championship Game this morning. The Jefferson Allstars defeated Midland 12-5. We are proud of each and every one of our Midland Ozone Players and Coaches as they finish their Allstar season as South Carolina Dixie Youth Baseball Ozone State Runner up and Dixie Youth Baseball District 4 Champions. Congratulations on your accomplishments this season, hold your heads HIGH, and thank your for being a part of our Midland Baseball Family!!!!!.
12 July –
Our Midland Ozone Allstars headed to Union on Friday for the South Carolina Ozone State Dixie Youth Baseball Allstar Tournament. They opened the tournament on Saturday with a win against Abbeville 12-1. Congratulations goes out to Caleb Roberts hitting a GRAND SLAM, and Cam Beckham on a Homerunn. Great way to start out the tournament!!! They will play Jefferson today (12 July) at 5pm.
10 July –
Unfortunately our Midland Minors Allstar season came to an end on Thursday. They fell short in their game against the Lexington American Allstar Team. They finished as the District 4 Dixie Youth Baseball Runners Up. All of these players and coaches have had a great season in 2015 Midland Dixie Youth Baseball. They should be proud of everything they have accomplished this year and we are very proud of them. Hold you heads high and we thank you for being a part of our Midland Baseball Family
9 July –
Our Midland Minor Allstar Team will play the Lexington Allstars tonight at District 4 Allstar Tournament being hosted at the Midland Baseball Complex to see who will play the Blythewood Allstar Team for the District 4 Championship tomorrow night (10 Jul)
Dixie Boys -
Also our Midland Dixie Boys will be playing the Pelion Allstars tonight in the District 6 Allstar Championship Game at 7pm in Pelion.
Come out and support your Midland Allstars and show each of these parks what MIDLAND PRIDE is all about
8 July –
On Sunday 5 July our Midland Minor Allstars played their 1st game in the District 4 Dixie Youth Baseball Allstar Tournament that is being hosted at The Midland Baseball Complex. In their 1st game they defeated the Pineview Allstars 8-5. On Monday 6 July they took a tough loss to the Blythewood Allstars. Tonight they bounced back playing with that Midland Pride and outlasted the Pineview Allstars in a rematch 11-8. There are only 3 teams left in the District 4 Dixie Youth Baseball Allstar Tournament, Midland, Lexington, and Blythewood. Lexington beat Blythewood tonight and they will play each other again tomorrow night (Wednesday 8 July) to determine the pairings for Thursday ( 9 July) . Games times soon to come.
Come on out and show that Midland Pride and support your Midland Minor Allstars.
Our Midland CP American took a tough loss 6-2 on Tuesday evening against the Pineview American Allstars. With this loss they finished 3rd in the District 4 Coaches Pitch Dixie Youth Baseball Tournament. These players and coaches should hold their head high. We are proud of them and everything they have accomplished this season!!!!!.
Tonight our Midland Ozone Allstar team defeated Blythewood 15-0 to win the District 4 Allstar Tournament in Gaston. With this win, they qualify to play in the South Carolina Ozone Dixie Youth Baseball Tournament 10-16 July in Union, SC. We are very proud of these guys for going undefeated in this tournament. Their closest game came on Wednesday night when they beat the Pineview Allstars 8-0 and played a 6 inning game. Congratulations guys and we look forward to seeing you in Union to play for the SC Ozone Dixie Youth Baseball State Championship.
Our Midland Allstar teams are keep driving on!!!!
Our Midland CP Allstar team took a tough loss on Monday 22 Jun of 9-2 to the Pineview American Allstars but hope to bounce back into it tonight (Wednesday 24 Jun) when there play Pineview American tonight at 6:30. There are 3 teams left in the tournament, 2 Pineview teams and our Midland CP American Allstars. The top 2 teams in the Gaston District 4 CP Tournament will advance to the South Carolina Coaches Pitch Dixie Youth Baseball State Tournament and with their win on Tuesday night, the Pineview National CP Allstars became the first team qualifying from the District 4 Gaston CP Allstar Tournament to advance. With a win tonight, the Midland CP American Allstars will qualify to advance to the SC CP DYB Tournament and play for the Gaston District 4 Tournament Championship. Our players could really use your support tonight at the Gaston District 4 Allstar Tournament to become the 1 of the top 2 teams to advance.
COME OUT AND SHOW SUPPORT FOR YOUR MIDLAND ALLSTARS AND SHOW GASTON WHAT MIDLAND PRIDE IS ALL ABOUT!!!!
Our Midland American Coaches Pitch Allstars defeated the Lexington National Allstars in the District 4 Tournament 8-5 yesterday. They will play the Pineview American Allstars tonight (Monday 22 Jun) at 7:30pm in Gaston District 4 Tournament.
Our Midland Ozone Allstars defeated the Blythewood Allstars 11-0 in 4 yesterday. Congratulations go out to CAM BECKHAM and BRADLEY BURNHAM on hitting Home Runs. They will play the Gaston Allstars tonight (Monday 22 Jun) at 8:00pm in the Gaston District 4 Tournament.
Our Midland American Coaches Pitch defeated the Pinview National Allstars in the District 4 Tournament Today 9-6. They will play the Lexington National Allstar Team tomorrow at 2pm in Gaston
Our Midland Ozone Allstar team defeated the Pelion Allstars 22-1 in 4 innings today. Congratulations go out to CAM BECKHAM and PARKER WHITTLE on hitting Home Runs. They will play Blythewood tomorrow at 4pm in Gaston.
We have 2 of our Midland Allstar teams competing in tournaments this weekend
Our Midland CP American team finished as runner up in the Sub-District tournament that was hosted at Midland and will begin their play in the District 4 Tournament being hosted in Gaston tomorrow. They will begin the tournament playing Pineview at 10am (Saturday 20 Jun)
Our Midland Ozone teams gets underway tomorrow in the District 4 Ozone Tournament being hosted in Gaston also. They will begin the tournament playing Pelion at 10am (Saturday 20 Jun)
COME OUT AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR MIDLAND ALLSTARS!
Congratulations to the players and Coaches selected to represent Midland as the Minor Allstars.
Tuesday 16 Jun 15 -
Well one of our Midland Allstar Teams had a good baseball night and one took a hard loss. Our Midland CP American Allstar Team got off to an early start yesterday evening by putting 7 runs up in the 1st Inning. Through the 5th inning Midland maintained they lead but Lexington Indep came back to put 5 runs on the scoreboard. In the 6th inning Trey Craig came up to bat and hit a GRAND SLAM. At the end of the game, Midland had increased their lead to 18-5 eliminating the Lexington Indep team. Midland will face Pineview National tonight (Tuesday) at 6:30 at the Midland hosted Tournament.
Unfortunately our Midland CP National team took a hard loss to the Lexington National Team which eliminated them from the Pineview Hosted Allstar Tournament. Although their season did not end as they would have liked, our boys and coaches should hold their head high and be proud of what they have all accomplished this year. It has been a great year and we are proud of each and every one of them.
Sunday 14 Jun 15 -
Unfortunately both of our Midland Allstar teams had difficult days and came up a little short.
Our Midland American team lost a close one 9-7 to the Pineview Allstar team at the CP tournament being hosted ant the Midland Baseball Complex. Congratulations go out to our own Bryson Steele on his solo homerun in todays game. They will play Lexington Ind tomorrow night (Monday) at 7:30
Our Midland National team lost to the Pineview Allstar Team at the Pineview tournament today also. They will play Lexington National tomorrow night (Monday) at 6:00pm
Saturday 13 Jun 15 -
Our Midland American CP Allstar team played 2 tames today opening the Sub District B Allstar Tournament being held at Midland. In the 1st game, they defeated Blythewood 11-1 with Trey Craig hitting a homerun. In their 2nd game, they defeated Lexington Independent 17-1 with Trey Craig hitting 2 homeuns. They Play again on Sunday at 3:30.
Our Midland National CP Allstar team also won both of their games in the Sub District A Tournament being held at Pineview. They defeated the the CWC Allstars 13-10 in their 1st name and then defeated Swansea 13-2 in their 2nd game. They will play again on Sunday at 3:30
Congratulations to the players and Coaches selected to represent Midland as the Ozone Allstars.
****CONGRATULATIONS TO THE COACHES PITCH ALLSTARS***
Congratulations to the players and Coaches selected to represent Midland as the Coaches Pitch Allstars.
***GREAT READING MATERIAL***
I have posted a link below to a great article about the "ELITE LEAGUE" aka Travel Ball. Be sure to read it all the way through. Click here or on the picture to go read the article.
****MIDLAND BASEBALL 2015 CHAMPS***
Congratulations to our Midland Dixie Youth Baseball Champions
***MIDLAND DYB ALBLUM***
Our annual Midland DYB Albums are here. They are on sale for $10 in the canteen. These albums have all of our team pictures, this year’s Senior Players, last year All Star Team Pictures, and a few various pictures from around the ball field. Get yours today.
2015 Midland DYB Album Cover
***2014 MIDLAND OZONE ALLSTAR TEAM***
Back Row: Coach Rick Lucas, Head Coach Dargan Lybrand, Coach Tony Roberts
***2014 MIDLAND MINOR LEAGUE ALLSTAR TEAM***
Front Row: Layne Turner, Brunson Stone, Tyler Dasher, Jake Laird, Carsen Brown, Hunter Haygood
Back Row: Bryson Moss, Tyler Smaciak, Trey Gallegos, Furman Senterfeit, Blake Palyok, Hunter Livingston
Coaches: Chris Stone, Curtis Laird, Kenny Senterfeit
***2014 MIDLAND C-PITCH LEAGUE ALLSTAR TEAMS***
***CONGRATULATIONS TO 2014 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS***
COACHES PITCH (AMERICAN) CHAMPS - SPORT CLIPS
MINOR - SHEPPARDS GLASS
ZONE - LYBRAND FENCING
***NEW MIDLAND SPORTS COMPLEX APPROVED BY LEXINGTON COUNTY***
We would like to thank everyone for coming out to support Midland Sports in the Lexington County Pubic hearing. The Third and final reading for the Ordance 13-08 was read on November 12, 2013 and was approved. Lexington County Youth Sports Programs were well supported in standing room attendance (inside and outside the building). The room in which the hearing was conducted in was completely filled, the lobby of Lexington County building was full and the doors had to be shut due the outcome of supporters from all avenues of Lexington County Youth Sports Programs (Midland, Gilbert, White Knoll, Lexington, Swansea, etc.). The Bond requested $5 million for a NEW Midland’s Sports Complex with baseball, youth football and soccer facilities in the existing area. The media asked question to the Lexington County Council if they had ever had a outcome of this magnitude, their response…not since I have been here. The vote was unanimous in favor for the $23 million bond to build/improve more youth sports facilities and senior centers in Lexington County.
***LEXINGTON COUNTY COUNCIL VOTE FOR NEW MIDLAND SPORTS COMPLEX***
There is an upcoming vote/public hearing with the Lexington County Council that needs our support and attention. The Lexington County Recreation and Aging Commission is asking for a $23 million Bond to build more youth sports facilities and senior centers in Lexington County. Our Midland Baseball, Midland Softball, and Midland Football Facilities/Programs will benefit from this Bond if approved. The Bond is requesting/proposing $5 million for a NEW Midland’s Sports Complex with baseball, youth football and soccer facilities in the existing area. Further, the current Midland Complex had the canteen and a baseball field upgraded a few years ago, and with this bond, the existing complex will be converted for the Midland’s softball program currently located at Bray Park. There will be a Public Hearing on October 29, 2013 at the Lexington County Administration Building (212 South Lake Drive, Lexington) at 6:00 PM and your presence is needed and requested. You will be able to sign a form of support at that time. We need to show the Council members how much we support and need this complex for our youth and community. Please do not underestimate how important your attendance means to ensure a positive outcome.
We encourage you to email/mail/call our district representatives, Councilman Cullum and Councilman Keisler, as well as other members of Lexington County Council for their support of this proposal.
District -1 – Pelion, Gaston, Swansea, Sandy Run, Parts of Edmund and Fairview
James E. “Jim” Kinard, Jr.
District -2 – Gilbert, Summit, B&L, Western Lake Murray and Part of Fairview
Dr. Frank J. Townsend, III
District -3 – Part of Lexington and lake Murray
District -4 – springdale, Parts of Lexington and Oak Grove
Debra B. “Debbie” Summers
District -5 – Red Bank and south Congaree
Bobby C. Keisler
District -6 – Chapin, Parts of Irmo and Lexington
Johnny W. Jeffcoat (Vice Chairman)
District -7 – Seven Oaks and Part of Irmo
District 8 – West Columbia, Parts of Lexington, and Oak Grove
William B. "Bill" Banning, Sr. (Chairman)
District 9 – Cayce, Pine Ridge, Dixiana, Part of Edmund
M. Todd Cullum
The State Newspaper Article.
2012 DYB BAT RULE CHANGES