WITH THE ADDITIONAL RAIN RECEIVED SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY, ALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY WILL BE MOVED TO MONDAY. ALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY WILL BE MOVED TO TUESDAY (exception, 13/14U Championship Game will still play Monday)
PLEASE CHECK YOUR SCHEDULE FOR THE UPDATE
Below is all the information you will want to know about the upcoming tournament. We are ready for Baseball....
NKCA Baseball League is committed to providing young athletes with opportunities to participate and compete on the baseball field. NKCA is the largest league north of the Missouri river with over 3K games each year.
We encourage you to check out what we have to offer this season by taking a look at our 2015 Tournament Schedule by clicking HERE.
AJ Wilson Sports Complex is conveniently located just Northwest of I-435 and 152 Hwy, near Liberty, MO. The address is 9217 N Brighton Ave, KC, MO. 64156. Our complex includes on site batting cages and concessions.
For more information, feel free to use the contact information below...
Help Wanted: Northland Concessions has openings for self-motivated dependable individuals to join our team filling full-time and part-time positions at A. J. Wilson, Water Well Park, and Macken Park for the upcoming 2015 baseball season.
Candidates must be flexible about park assignment and available to work 7 days a week for the duration of the summer season. No exceptions. Scheduling will consist of a minimum 30+ hours per week for full-time positions and of 20+ hours a week for part-time at concessions/batting cages or combination of both starting In April and running into July.
Applicants must be minimum age of 14 and have dependable transportation.
If you are looking for summer employment with an outside environment, a laid back family atmosphere with fair pay and can fill the above requirements. Please contact us for an application at email@example.com.
NKCA Baseball League hosted its 3rd annual MLB - PHR Skills Competition on April 1th. Thank you to all who made it out to AJ Wilson Sports Complex. It was certainly a fun filled day. There were 123 participants this year. Below, you will see who the 18 of the 123 participants that will move on to next level of competition, Sectionals, as do all they can to make their way to the All-Star week to complete at Nationals. Congratulations to those moving on and thank you to all of those who participated. Sectionals will be held on May 17th at the Independence Athletic Complex.
Thank you to the 30+ volunteers who helped make this event successful. We would not have been able to do it without each of you.
Thank you to our sponsors who supported this event...
Heartland Chevy - Remember to take a test drive. Let them know you are with the NKCA Baseball League and they will place your name in the hat for a FREE pitching lesson with KC Royals Pitcher Jeremy Guthrie!! They will also make an additional monetary donation to NKCA Baseball for each test drive!
The NKCA Baseball League is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation serving the youth of our community since 1945.
The NKCA Baseball League is now in its 70th year, established in 1945, serving the northland. Today, the league is over 200 teams strong with young athletes from all over the Greater Kansas City Area.
Our programs cover all levels of play, for age groups 6U to 19U, Spring and Fall. Players at 6U have the opportunity to play in TBall, Coach Pitch, or Machine Pitch. At 7U and 8U they move to Machine Pitch. At 9U, we begin kid pitch and continue to develop their talents through high school age.
We provide a great venue for players, playing on age specific fields. For teams, they can count on our league for the best field conditions north of the river, many of the administration functions such as registration and a robust web notification system. Our umpires go through a comprehensive umpire training program that includes classroom and field experience.
Our focus continues to be on the development of local athletes, increasing skills that include sportsmanship and team work.
We look forward to serving the northland youth and their families