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Pleasant Hill Hawks Baseball Where Kids Play Hard, Have Fun and Learn Teamwork
For more than 25 years, the Pleasant Hill Baseball Association Hawks baseball program has provided an educational, developmental and competitive environment where boys ages 9-14 play a higher level of baseball. The Hawks play within the 680 Diablo PONY baseball league and numerous tournaments. Our community-based program gives boys the opportunity to play a competitive brand of baseball, while fostering an environment of good sportsmanship and teamwork.
Thank you to all the players who tried out for the 2020...
The Hawks are excited to announce the fielding of 2 9u teams...
Cooperstown 2019 07/02/2019 The 12U Hawks had an unforgettable trip to the birthplace of baseball,...
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Thank you to all the players who tried out for the 2020 spring season. The decisions were extremely difficult. We wish all players the best in the upcoming season. Below are the final rosters for all Hawks teams.
The Hawks are excited to announce the fielding of 2 9u teams this season. The talent was so strong, we are piloting the 2 team model at this age group.
We are also excited to announce Sam Huber and Tim Swift were selected as the managers for the 9u Hawks teams this spring.
Sam is the proud father of 4, and has a passion for coaching. He has a simple mantra..."The next play is the most important play" and "The most important thing we do out there is have fun". Sam enjoys coaching and learning something new every time he steps on the field. Sam was a multi-sport athlete in high school and played basketball in college. Sam’s love for baseball has led him to the states of Nevada, Arizona, New York and Utah where he continues to grow his knowledge of the game.
Tim Swift is a father of 3 boys and has a life-long love of baseball. He played baseball through high school before stepping away to pursue an engineering degree. He has managed 9 different seasons over his sons' young baseball careers. As a coach, Tim focuses on three primary goals, 1) Have Fun, 2) Be Good Sports, and 3) Learn Baseball. These simple goals help keep the focus on using baseball as a tool to form good people, and ultimately better baseball players.
Please join us in welcoming both and Sam and Tim to the program. Go Hawks!
The 12U Hawks had an unforgettable trip to the birthplace of baseball, Cooperstown, NY. Along with forging memories that will last a lifetime, they played some excellent baseball throughout the week. After going 4-2 in pool play, they ended up the 42 seed in a field of 104 teams. They won their first bracket game, but ultimately fell to the 23rd seed. In total, they went 5-3 and amassed an incredible 25 home runs!! Phenomenal job boys! Go Hawks!
Congratulations to the 9u Hawks! They dominated the NIT Diamond Classic in Sparks, NV, outscoring the competition 53-6 over 4 games. Tournament MVP Marco Gnusti led the way going 6 for 10 with a double, triple and 5 RBIs.
Celebrated the season's end with the annual Hawks' Banquet. Hawks award winners, 680 Championship Medals & Forever Hawk awards were given. Thank you players, coaches & familes for a great 2019 season! Go Hawks!
Hawks 10u & 14u teams - 680 Diablo League Tournament Champions! Our 10u team entered as the number 1 seed in their division and beat Orinda in the championship 10-2. The 14u Hawks entered as the 2nd seed and beat Martinez to win it. Great job, boys! Congratulations! Go Hawks!
10U Hawks - Finalists in TPR Memorial Day Tournament
The 10U Hawks went 4-0 this past weekend to make it to the championship. They fought through a tight extra inning championship. Highlights of the weekend tournament include homeruns by T. Nichols & C. Spilsbury.
Great day of Hawks baseball! We carried on the tradition of the 9U v 10U game and continued with all the other teams scrimmaging. The fog rolled away and the sunny skies complimented the games, while everyone enjoyed the pre-season kick off BBQ! Thanks to the 12u parents for volunteering especially Olivia Sullivan, Greg Berkowitz, Casey Dias, Steve & Claire Voorhies! Thanks to all Hawks families for their support!
The 10U Hawks gave back to our community by collecting food for families in need during the holiday season. The food drive was through Monument Crisis Center and organized by team parents, Katie Laushman and Katie Hall. Hawks families understand our desire to bond as a team and provide experiences and lessons that stretch beyond the diamond. Merry Christmas and Go Hawks!