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Parent Meeting 2014. CONTACT INFORMATION. Head Coach Paul Offill 761-5680 x 3809 paul.offill@midwayisd.org Assistant Coaches Jesse Lopez – Varsity Assistant Dustin Sykora – JV Blue Coach Brian Kelley – JV Red Coach BASEBALL WEBSITE. 2013 Season Recap.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Head Coach

Paul Offill 761-5680 x 3809

paul.offill@midwayisd.org

Assistant Coaches

Jesse Lopez – Varsity Assistant

Dustin Sykora– JV Blue Coach

Brian Kelley – JV Red Coach

BASEBALL WEBSITE

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2013 Season Recap

Varsity: 21-15Record, 8-5A 2nd Place

16 Lettermen Lost

7 Returning Lettermen

Defeated Cedar Hill in Bi-District

Lost to L.D. Bell in Area

JV Blue: 24-2Record

JV Red: 19-4 Record

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TRY-OUT

INFORMATION

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TEAM SELECTION PROCESS

Varsity, JV Blue, JV Red

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SCHEDULES

  • Varsity, JV Blue, and JV Red Schedules are posted on the Baseball Website
  • Tournament Brackets for all three teams posted on Baseball Website
  • You will be notified through email when there are schedule changes
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IMPORTANT DATES

January 24th- First After School Practice/Tryouts

January 25th- Saturday Practice/Tryouts

January 27th-Tryouts/Senior Poster Picture

January 28th - Tryouts/Teams Announced

February 1nd– Practice/Cookout JV 9-11:45, V 1-3:30

February 13th -Early Release Day – after school practice

March 10-14- Spring Break – schedule to follow

April 18 – Good Friday (no games)

April 21 – Bad Weather Make-up Day, Practice/Games

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SPRING BREAK SCHEDULE

March 10-14

Monday: Varsity Practice time TBA JV Red @ Ellison, JV Blue vs Ellison

Tuesday: Varsity vs Ellison JV Red and Blue practice 2:30-4:30

Wednesday: Varsity Practice time TBA JV Red and Blue: Day off

Thursday: Varsity Practice 9:30-12:00 JV Red and Blue practice 10:30-12:30

Friday: Varsity @ Temple JV Red and Blue vs Temple

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IN SEASON PRACTICE SCHEDULE

VARSITY

Practice will begin during 8thperiod and be over by 5:30/6:00

Varsity will practice on Saturday 3/29, Saturday 4/12, and Friday 4/18

JV Blue and Red

Practice will begin after school and end at 6:15/6:30

NOTES:

Please pick players up at the high school after practice

Please stay in stands if you want to watch practice

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EQUIPMENT INFORMATION

  • YOUR SON WILL BE PROVIDED WITH THE FOLLOWING:
    • Sweat Shirt and Sweat Pants
    • Game Jersey and Pants
    • Jacket
    • Batting Helmet
    • This equipment is property of MISD and must be returned. Your son will be required to replace any lost or damaged equipment per MISD policy
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EQUIPMENT INFORMATION CONTINUED

Player Package - Required Team Gear Website

www.requiredteamgear.com

Required: Shorts, Royal T-Shirt, Red T-Shirt, Red Socks, Red Belt, Royal Socks, Royal Belt

Optional: Spikes, turf shoes, sweat top, sweat bottom, royal fleece pullover, royal long sleeve top, red long sleeve top

Batting Helmet

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EQUIPMENT INFORMATION CONTINUED

Cap – $15.00, Payable to the Midway Booster Club

Practice Pants – Grey or White (provided by your son)

Tennis Shoes or Turf Shoes – Players need to keep flat shoes in case we have to go inside for practice

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EXPECTATIONS OF PLAYERS

  • Pass all classes every six weeks
  • Be prepared and on time
  • Pick up after practice and games – take care of the facility
  • Be respectful to coaches, teachers, administrators, and opponents
  • Be a good teammate – know your role
  • Strive to have zero mental mistakes in practice and games
  • Be coachable
  • Take care of your arm and let us know if you’re hurting
  • Call us when he will not be here
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WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM THE COACHES

  • To make decisions that are best for the team/program
  • To be honest with you and your son
  • To discipline your son and hold him to a very high standard
  • To help develop your son physically, mentally, and emotionally
  • To teach your son life lessons through the game of baseball
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APPROPRIATE CONCERNS TO DISCUSS WITH A COACH

  • The coach’s interaction with your son
  • How the coach can help your son become a better athlete and student
  • Concerns about your son’s interactions with others
  • Playing at the next level - college
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AREAS LEFT TO THE DISCRETION OF THE COACH

  • TEAM STRATEGY
  • OTHER ATHLETES OR OTHER SITUATIONS NOT INVOLVING YOUR SON
  • PLAY CALLING
  • PLAYING TIME
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FOR A CONFERENCE

Call Coach Offill to set up an appointment

at 761-5680 x3809

Others who will attend: Player, position/team coach, administrator (if necessary)

Please do not attempt to confront a coach after a game or practice. Emotions are running too high and will not result in a positive resolution

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PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT

  • Love and support your child and the team, win or lose
  • Be realistic about your child’s abilities
  • Be positive and encouraging at all times
  • Do not come to the fence, dugout, or on deck circle during a game to talk to your son.
  • Respect the coach’s decisions and encourage others to do the same
  • Communicate
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Extracurricular Discipline Management Plan

Drug Testing

Absence Policy

Accountability Guide

Website

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Misc. Information

Practice Outside Midway - Players are not to be trying out, or practicing with other teams until the Midway season is over

Hair– Hair will be above the ear and off the collar.

Facial Hair – Players are not allowed to have facial hair. Players will be expected to shave on every game day.

Athletic Trainer/Injuries – MHS has 2 full time trainers on staff. Athletes need to see the trainer if they have any concerns about injuries.

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MISC. Information

Practice: Players will not be allowed to drive to the field for practice. Dress in the locker room and run to practice.

Lockers: Every player will have a locker and a lock. It is the player’s responsibility to lock everything in their locker every day.

iPads– Players will lock their iPads in their locker; iPads do not go with them to games

Lettering – Players who end the regular season in good standing on the Varsity will earn a letter

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MISC. Information

Uniforms– All three teams will wear black spikes. All three teams will wear both red and royal undershirts, socks, and belts. Players will turn in pants and jersey after each game to be cleaned

Away Games – Players can ride home with their parents only. Parents must sign them out with the coach – players need to bring a change of clothes so they can turn in their uniforms.

Practice Attire – Wear Midway attire that is issued or bought

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Players Beware

Players need to understand that what they “put out” on the internet is for everyone to see and they can be held accountable for the content they have on their sites.

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Other Social Media
  • Parents – It is YOUR JOB to monitor what your son has on his site.
  • We will investigate if we are given information about content on your son’s site
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Varsity Tournament

  • What we need from you:
  • Ticket Sellers
  • Concession stand workers
  • Tournament Coordinator: Eddie Burns

March 6,7,8 Waxahachie, Bryant (Arkansas), Tyler Lee, A&M Consolidated

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Booster Club

Goal – Support and promote Midway High School baseball Program

Financial Help - $41,400 back to baseball program in the last 5 years

Fundraiser – Membership Drive

We need you to get involved!

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V a l u e S y s t e m

Practice– Prepare to WIN every day, fundamentals, mental preparation

Accountability –Your decisions and actions have an impact on your team.

Ntegrity – Do what’s right even when nobody is watching.

Teamwork – Success is never achieved alone. Encourage your teammates.

Honesty– Be honest and truthful in everything that you do.

Effort – What is the best I can give? - I can’t accept not trying

Respect – Respect yourself, the game, and your opponent.

Service – Give your time and energy to help those in need