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Congratulations to our very own Jake Pomykalski for committing to playing college ball at UIC. Jake is currently a junior at LWE HS.
We also want to congratulate Jake on being selected to represent the USA in the LABC 2016 as one of the top high schoolers in the country. One of 15 players on a person roster after nearly 4200 players tried out.
To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC developed the HEADS UP Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The HEADS UP initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion.
The Frankfort Park District enacted an ordinance effective March 14, 2014, prohibiting the use and possession of tobacco products on park district fields. Please be aware of this and inform your families and friends that come to the park.
Please be aware of the following bat restrictions Frankfort Baseball has adopted for the upcoming baseball season for all levels, in-house, Eagles and Force. These restrictions are in place for the protection of our children participating this year, as well as years to come.
1. No bats with a barrel greater than 2 1/4 for Shetland to Pinto Leagues. For all other leagues, nothing greater than 2 5/8th.
2. Any non-wood bat with a -3 drop must carry the BBCOR stamp.
3. Any bat with a drop greater that -3 must have the 1.15 stamp.
4. Colt through College, bats cannot be greater than 2 5/8ths, and must be wood, wood barreled, or BBCOR certified.
EXCEPTION - 14u EAGLES ONLY
Only (-3) bats may be used and the bat must be BBCOR certified. The bat which may be a wood or non-wood product shall be not more than two and five-eights (2-5/8”) in diameter at the barrel and is to be stamped with a BPF .50. These are the rules for high school.