H.A.W.K. | HARD ATHLETIC WORKING KIDS
WHY CHOOSE US
Faith-based team, we play for God's glory! We will lead the team through God's expectations beyond baseball. Our core values are related to scripture and non-denominational christian values.
In addition to having a Travel Team, we provide youth group, educational support, private baseball lessons, and group baseball training to best serve your child both on and off the field.
High-quality christian baseball coaches: Coach Drexel is the Lead Instructor and Founder of H.A.W.K. Baseball with 10+ years of coaching experience. Coach Mason is a former D1 Baseball Player at CBU. In addition, all coaches have no child as a part of any team, so players will be positioned on their best shot to perform as a unit. We are currently looking for one more coach to hiring onto our staff and coaching.
Currently we have a 13U team and Starting on June 12th we will be having a 12U tryout
Teams will meet twice a week for an hour and a half and once a month for a team bonding event or activity
HOW OFTEN WE PRACTICE
We will plan to play a scrimmage game against local teams once a month.
We plan to attend a tournament every month at Just Wanna Play Ball Organization in Fontana CA until further notice.
After every tournament, we will meet for lunch/dinner together as a team to spend time together. After every season we will have a celebration and banquet to hand out awards for kids to receive athletic and academic awards.
FAMILY TEAM TIME
We encourage all athletes to attend our youth group to develop their faith and bible study with their fellow teammates.
Going into 2023 We will have an upfront investment of $499 to join the team and the players' packages include uniforms, practice shirts, field fees, insurance, and other equipment. In addition, there will be separate monthly team dues of $120 + Tournament fee.
OUR CORE VALUES
FAITH - COMMUNICATE - COMPETE - EFFORT - ATTITUDE
Fath: Believe and trust in God, yourself, and your teammates.
Communicate: You must communicate with your teammates, coaches, parents, and most important to God as you train and play.
Compete: It's one thing to show up and another to be present. Strive to do your best and to beat your personal best in all you do.
Effort: Give God your 100% effort. You may be able to hold back on coaches, parents, and teammates and get away with it but God sees and knows what you are capable of so give him your best and nothing less.
Attitude: Be a positive light in every situation and be slow to anger and quick to learn.