The 2015 NEKA Fall Baseball leagues will have league game in 10U, 12U, 13U and 15U divisions. The 13U and 15U divisions are set and ready to play starting on August 29, 2015 at Ashland Central Park and Fairland High School.
15U Divisional Teams
1. Southern Stingers
2. Olive Hill
3. Rock Hill Renegades
4. Catlettsburg Baseball Club (CBC)
5. Shawnee Marksmen
6. Ashland Blaze
7. Raceland Ramblers
8. 15U Fairland Dragons
9. Grayson Generals
10. Boyd County Sr. League
1. Russell Devils
2. Boyd County
3. WVA. Gamers
4. 13U Fairland Dragons
2015 NEKA Spring Travel League
The 2015 NEKA Travel baseball league is being formed:
We will be having a coaches meeting at Raceland High School's gym On Sunday February 22 at 2:00. We will be hosting 12U, 10U and 8U divisions this year and all league games will be played at WBC. (Worthington Baseball Complex)
Coaches you will find all Scheduling forms and NEKA rules on this web site under the menu.
For additional information please contact Marty Mills at 606-922-8805 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rock Hill Renegades
Big Sandy Bombers
Lawrence County Bulldogs
Rose Hill Royals
Russell Red Devils
The 12U - 10U NEKA League Members for 2014 are:
RACELAND RAMBLERS BASEBALL CLUB
LUCASVILLE WHITE SOX
ROCK HILL RENEGADES
RUSSELL SUN DEVILS
(THE 12U-10U DIVISION PLAYS ALL GAMES ON SUNDAYS AT THE "WBC" WORTHINGTON BASEBALL COMPLEX)
ALL GAMES HAVE BEEN GOING AS SCHEDULED WITH GREAT WEATHER AND OUR FINAL GAMES ARE SCHEDULE FOR OCTOBER 11, 2014.
THE 15U NEKA LEAGUE MEMBERS FOR 2014 ARE:
RACELAND RAMBLERS BASEBALL CLUB
CBC BASEBALL (CATLETTSBURG / BOYD COUNTY)
(THE 15U DIVISION PLAYS ALL GAMES ON SATURDAYS / TUESDAYS AT RACELAND HIGH SCHOOL OR ASHLAND'S CENTRAL PARK.)
WE HAVE HAD GREAT WEATHER TO THIS POINT, WEATHER PERMITTING THE LAST GAMES ARE SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 18, 2014.
THE RRBC FALL BASEBALL CAMP UPDATES:
The 3rd annual Raceland Ramblers Baseball Club Fall Camp is for players ages 8-11. The camp will conclude on October 11, 2014 with games at the WBC. The camp is designed to be instructional for whatever level your players is on. We have many players looking to develop before the spring season for 2015 and we also have players looking to travel team opportunities and try outs. We had another great turnout this year with 35 campers.
NEKA Fall Information
2014 FALL BASEBALL
The Kentucky Mudcats Baseball Program / Raceland Ramblers Baseball Club & NEKA will be hosting fall baseball starting August 31st at Worthington Baseball Complex in Worthington, Ky. Players must be between the ages of 8-11 year old. Players may sign up individually or as a team.
Fall Programs and cost: per player
Fundamental Camp Only - $100.00
Travel Skills Camp / League - $150.00
Individual League Play Only - $100.00
Team Registration - $25.00 per player
Teams must have 12 player minimum rosters
We will be accepting travel team tryouts during the travel skills camp and league play for the 10U / 12U Ramblers Baseball Club
Please Contact Marty Mills: 606-922-8805
2014 NEKA Champions
12U Division - Kentucky Mudcats
The Kentucky Mudcats Reprensented the NEKA at the East Central Regional located at CTC fields in Cincinnati. The Mudcats went 2-1 in the tournament while loosing to the eventual 2014 champions Midland Indians by the score of 6-4. The Mudcats did win the USSSA Kentucky 12U AA State Championship in London, Kentucky and earned a World Series Bid to Orlando Florida.
10U Division - Rock Hill Renegades
2014 NEKA SUMMER LEAGUE
The 2014 NEKA Summer League teams and divisions
Rock Hill Renegades
Boyd County Lioncubs
Raceland Baseball Club
Rock Hiil Renegades
NEKA 2013 Results
The 2013 NEKA Results:
In the 12U division:
Raceland Crawdads won the regular season, they were tournament co-champions with the Kentucky Mudcats. The Crawdads represented the NEKA in the AABC East Central Regional Tournament in Cincinnati. The Crawdads made a great showing but lost to the Ohio Force 8-4 and the Cincinnait Sluggers 8-7 in 9 innings.
In the 10U division:
Raceland Crawdads presented the NEKA in the AABB 10U East Central Regional Tournament in Cincinnati. They lost the first 2 games of the double elimination tournament.
Coaches and parents please look at the NEKA news links for the most updated NEKA news or information about the NEKA league.
Kentucky Mudcats loose to Flames in Regional Championship game
The Kentucky Mudcats lost in the championship game of the AABC East Regional Baseball Tournament in Cincinnati, Oh by the score of 12-4 to the Cincinnati Flames.
2012 NEKA 10U Tournament Champions - Kentucky Mudcats
The Kentucky Mudcats come out of the loser’s bracket to win the 2012 NEKA 10U League Tournament defeating the Greenup Legends 10’s. On Saturday June 30th the Legends defeated the Mudcats 7-6 in a suspended game which begin on Friday June 29th. The Legends then defeated the Rock Hill Renegades in the final of the winner’s bracket sending Rock Hill to the loser’s bracket. Later that afternoon, the Mudcats then eliminated the Boyd County Lioncubs 15-3, Tri-City Storm 12-4 and the Renegades 14-11. On Sunday July 1, the Mudcats defeated the Greenup Legends in the first game of the day by the score of 10-8 setting up the Championship Game. In the NEKA Championship game, the Mudcats won a slugfest by the score of 14-11. The Mudcats will represent the NEKA next week at the East Central Regional Tournament in Cincinnati.
Congratuations to Legends and Mudcats
Congratulations to the Greenup County Legends I and the Kentucky Mudcats for winning the 2012 NEKA regular season overall championships. The Raceland Crawdad won the 10U NEKA Pioneer division for younger teams.
Final Standings for 2012 summer season
12U NEKA Standings
1. Greenup County Legends I
2. Raceland Crawdads
3. Tri-State Elite
4. Boyd County Barracudas
5. Greenup County Legends II
10U NEKA over all Standings
1. Kentucky Mudcats
2. Tri-City Storm
3. Rock Hill Renegades
4. Greenup County Legends 10’s
5. Raceland Crawdads
6. Greenup County Legends 9’s
7. Boyd County Lioncubs
American Amateur Baseball Congress
The Northeastern Kentucky League is a pround memeber of the AABC.
American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC) is the largest amateur baseball organization in the United States for players above junior baseball age and the only amateur baseball program, which provides progressive and continuous organized competition - sub teens through adults. It is coordinated with other programs through USA Baseball and the American Baseball Coaches Association. For further information contact the AABC at email@example.com You can visit the AABC website: http://www.aabc.us/
About the NEKA
The NEKA is a division of the AABC, it is where the best youth baseball players play in Northeastern Kentucky play. The NEKA plays by the AABC / USSSA baseball rules allowing young men develop proper baseball skills that will be needed for high school play. The NEKA has three different divisions of play for the 2011 season, 12U, 10U, and 8U. Each league is divided up into league play determined by the age or skill level of that team, each team will play either in the Frontier or Pioneer league of that age group. The regular season play will determine the seeding for the year ending tournament playoff to see who will represent Kentucky at the AABC East Regional tournament.
For all your League Play and Standings search the NEKA website here at the NEKA Menu.