Louisiana Captures World Series Titles
Wednesday Championship Day for the Pre-Majors and Majors World Series Turned out to Be A Very Good Day For Louisiana Dixie Baseball. In the Pre-Majors we seen JPRD East face circumstances that were not great due to rain suspended games and moving ball fields some hour away and after all this they Defeated Ozark Alabama in the Championship Game 4-2. Congratulations to Coach Bobby and his entire team.
In the Majors The Monroe team from Louisiana walked through the World Series undefeated and Captured the Title by Defeating Texas 10-6 in the Championship Game. Congratulstions to Coach Jay Culver and the Entire Monroe Team.
JPRD East claimed the Sportsmanship Award as well in the MAjors World Series!!!!! So as you can tell Dixie Is Going Strong in the State of Louisiana.
LOUISIANA WELL REPRESENTED AT 15U WORLD SERIES
Louisiana had five team representing the state at the World Series in Ozsrk Alabama and MONROE Came out as the World Series Runners-up tCongratulations to Monroe for a great job.
Dave McQueen Scout For the Rockies makes stop in DeQuincy and Singer
Professional Baseball Scout Makes Stops In Singer and DeQuincy
March 20th, 2018 Professional Baseball Scout for the Colorado Rockies stopped by to watch a little baseball In Singer and DeQuincy. Dave McQueen and his wife Dianne McQueen are great friends that I have met through Dixie Majors baseball many years ago and since then it has been a friendship that has lasted for many years. Dave came and spoke last year at the Athletic Banquet at Singer High school and although his career is to get Kids on to the next level of baseball his ambition in Life is to reach out and help kids through baseball and make sure they are headed in the right direction in life. Dave along with his sweet wife travel the country doing what he has always done and that’s reaching one young person at a time and living the dream through the baseball fields across this land. The visit was great and we were able to share a meal with Mr. Dave and Wife Dianne at Dairy Queen in DeQuincy when games were finished. Joining us for the meal and fellowship time was DeQuincy resident and Louisiana Dixie Majors State Director Jason Parker and His wife Laurie Parker along with Grandkids Jaila Parker and Hunter Parker both athletes at DeQuincy High School. As well DeQuincy resident and Principal of Singer High School Mrs. Denise Maddox joined us for a time of fellowship at Supper as well. A great time was had and we said our good byes to a great man and his wife till we meet again on the baseball diamond where many memories are made in this life with lasting friendships that go far beyond the field of play.
6th Annual Wooden Bat Classic
I would like to invite you and your team to participate in the Wooden Bat Classic to be held Wednesday, June 5th – Sunday, June 9th. Entry fee will be $250. It will be help at Beekman Charter and Crossett High School. If more teams join then we will extend games to Crossett Sports Complex.
There will 16u and 18u divisions. Format will be two pool play games with everyone advancing to bracket. Bracket is subject to change based on team entry. 3 games will be guaranteed. 2 Hour time limit or 7 innings. NFHS rules will be used, but you have ability to free sub and bat everyone. Run rules are 15 after 3, 10 after 4, and 8 after 5.
If you plan to attend, please respond by May 20th, 2019. We will take max of 12 teams in each division. Space is limited. I would like to have brackets and times out to teams by May 30th. Please feel free to call or email with any questions or concerns. I understand we will be fighting against summer football and I will try my best to work around your schedule. Look forward to seeing you this summer.
Coach Christian Kidd
Beekman Charter Baseball
Cell: (870) 500-0224