2019 High Performance Schedule Released

April 15, 2019


The 2019 High Performance Schedule has been released and all of the registrations will be open on our High Performance page here https://baseball.bc.ca/highperformance . 

For the boys Prospects Camp and 14U-16U Provincial Teams, there will be Regional ID sessions in the lower mainland (3 ID's), the island (3 ID's), interior (2 ID's) and possibly one in the Kootenays (TBD). Players need to attend 1 regional ID session to be invited to the Prospects Camp July 8-10 at Whalley where 3 teams will be chosen; 1 for 14U, 1 for 15U and 1 for 16U to play in a tournament against players from the Pacific Northwest in September. Players need to be born in 2005 (14U), 2004 (15U), or 2003 (16U) to attend these ID's and Provincial Camp.

The Selects Open ID and Provincial Camp will be named at a later date by the coaching staff and high performance committee. 

For females, there are identification camps in the lower mainland (3), island (1) and interior (2). From these ID camps, players will be invited to a Provincial Camp in July where the teams will be selected to represent BC at the Baseball Canada Nationals. Any quetsions on female programming can contact Scott Mackenzie at 604-586-3315 or scottm@baseball.bc.ca.

 Any questions on the male High Performance scheudle can be directed to David Laing at 604-586-3312 or davidlaing@baseball.bc.ca


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