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All NHYBS Facilities are Closed Until Further Notice.

COVID-19 (Updated as of 4/17/2020)

As we all stay unified during this time with our health and safety in mind, our Board of Directors have been watching this situation unfold and continue to monitor the guidance from our federal & state governments.  Please know that we are committed to getting our children back on the field with their friends.  We feel that this is important for our children.  We are looking at various timing and format scenarios for our 2020 season and will provide future communication on or before May 15th.   Until then we hope you all stay healthy, strong, and safe during this time.


First and foremost, we hope that your family, friends, and neighbors are staying healthy during this virus.  We would like to thank our local and regional healthcare workers, first responders, and all essential employees in both the public and private sectors help have unselfishly and heroically supported us during the current health crisis.   On behalf of our entire league we thank them from the bottom of our hearts.   


COVID-19 (Updated as of 3/28/2020)

We hope all of your family and friends are staying healthy and safe during this situation upon us. As you may know, this week Governor Murphy mandated that all NJ schools are to remain closed through April 17th. This results in NHYBS to remain suspended until that date.

We would to say thank you to all the medical personnel in our community that are helping on the frontlines to treat those who have been infected. We would also like to thank our first responders and all other essential employees that continue to work to serve our community during this time. In order to do what we can to help support these amazing heroes of our community we would like to promote what our friends at the Califon Fire Department are doing to help. Currently they have two bins outside their fire house and are asking for any PPE donations. You can find more information here:

In closing, it is imperative that everyone continues to refrain from using our fields during our suspension. This includes the fields and batting cages at all four of our complexes.
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COVID-19 (Updated as of 3/16/2020)


Our Board of Directors would like to send our thoughts to all of you during this trying time. Based on today’s announcement by Governor Murphy, we will continue to suspend all baseball activities through March 30th. This suspension includes the restriction of any individual(s) or team using any of the fields and/or batting cages at any of our 4 complexes which include Jericho, Bundt, Foran, and Stadium 31. This applies to all NHYB rec and select teams, NHYS rec and travel teams, and any outside club team not affiliated with NHYBS.

We are hopeful that our nation and state’s self-distancing efforts will help speed up the return to normalcy for all of us. We will continue to monitor this situation and provide a new update on or before March 30th. Our Board of Directors along with our constituents at Cal Ripken National headquarters are working on several contingency plans that include starting our season in mid to late April.

We hope everyone stays healthy over the next few weeks. As we have stated throughout this situation, the health of our children, our fellow parents, our extended families, and our neighbors is our primary concern as a community youth sports organization during this unprecedented time.





Our organization is pleased to participate with  Home Run Hopefuls, a charitable, non-profit organization that collects used baseball and softball equipment and distributes it to those less fortunate in the Dominican Republic.  Our league will have two (2) collection bins outside of the sheds at the Jericho fields.  A list of items the organization is seeking can be found HERE.  Please do your best to place items in some type of bag and place them inside the storage bins.  If the bins are full please place them on or near the bins under the overhang to avoid the equipment getting damaged.

To learn more about Home Run Hopefuls or to provide a monetary donation please visit their website at


If you have any further questions please feel free to contact me.


Thank you.

John C. Macce

Member NHYB Board of Directors

(908) 713-9008






We are pleased to announce that registration for our 2020 Spring North Hunterdon Youth Baseball season for children age 4 through 7 is still open! NHYB is a chartered organization and part of the Cal Ripken national organization.   Our Rookie and A divisions include outside professional coaching resources.  A divisions play with state-of-the-art pitching machines to help develop our younger players and assist with the pace of the game.  New in 2020, we are expanding our field presence and are revamping Foran Field.  This complex will be the third NHYB complex complimenting Jericho and Stadium 31 and will be the home for our Rookie & A divisions along with providing additional fields for our other teams to practice.


Our registration period for all 4-7 year olds will close on February 15th, 2020.   We ask that all children are registered prior to this deadline so the league can ensure ample time to form the teams and to secure uniforms before the season begins.


Please click here to register






Congratulations to our 2019 10U Red team on a great season!  The team won 6 tournaments and were runners up at several more. Below is a list of their accomplishments.  Many of these tournament wins were against travel/club teams across up and down the east coast.  Not bad for a group of kids exclusively from our NHYB league.  Way to go boys!!!!




1. Spring USABL Division & League Champions 

2. Memorial Day ECTB Tournament Champions

3. Diamond Nation Tournament Champions

4. USABL Tournament Champions

5. Make a Wish Foundation Champions

6. Cal Ripken Experience Champions

























































Congrats to Robin Buch for winning the 12U Cooperstown Team's Yeti Cooler Raffle - winning entry W661.



The 2019 NHYBS Raffle was drawn on Sunday June 9 at 3:00 PM on Jericho Field 2 during the Annual Picnic. 


Raffle Winners


1.  $3,000 gift card winner is Ms. Samantha Marr - ticket number 2237

2.  $2,000 gift card winner is Ms. Janet Lopez - ticket number 7811

3.  $1,000 Shop Rite gift card winner is Ms. Kathy Facciolla - ticket number 1991


Top Team Seller


1.  Majors American Yankees  --  Bill Mahon Manager  --  $2,520 raised

Team wins a box at Somerset Patriots Game courtesy of Tom True and $500 toward food and beverages


Top Selling Athletes


1.  Vincenzo Darrow  --  170 tickets sold; winner of $300 gift card

2.  Kyle Koretzky --  110 tickets sold; winner of $200 gift card

3.  Cody Keister  --  50 tickets sold; winner of $100 gift card






Our annual Somerset Patriots Game outing is Saturday night at TD Bank Park, 1 Patriots Park in Bridgewater.  Game time is 7:05.  Players should arrive by 6:15 and head to the grassy area in the right field stands.  We'll assemble there by team and march out onto the field for the national anthem and first pitch.  Players should wear their uniforms, but PLEASE, NO CLEATS.  Managers should bring team banners.

Tickets to the game are free for players, managers and team moms and $10 for all others.  NHYB representatives have been out all week at our fields distributing tickets to your team administrators.  Please contact your team administrator or manager if you have not yet received tickets.






The Grover Wilson Scholarship recognizes a senior boy who participated in the North Hunterdon Youth Baseball program, is planning to continue his education and has demonstrated the qualities and characteristics that represent the very best of sportsmanship, teamwork, scholastic achievement, volunteerism, and integrity. NHYB is proud to announce this year's winners of the Grover Wilson scholarship - Gehrig Anderson and Grant Sible. Both Gehrig and Grant participated in NHYB youth baseball, Senior League Ball, and played for four years in North Hunterdon High School baseball program. Gehrig will be continuing his education this Fall at Wake Forest University and Grant will be attending The College of New Jersey. Congratulations and Good Luck!






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