The next RBSA Board meeting will be TBD at 8:00pm (Finch Park-Green shed)...any/all new volunteers are always truly welcomed!
The RBSA would like to sincerely THANK all of our sponsors for their dedicated and generous support throughout the 2016 season (please see current list under our Sponsors tab (on left))!
It is with great sadness that the RBSA has learned of the passing of Lou Dovidio after a long, brave fight against cancer. Lou's son, Brian, is a freshman at Ramsey High School and played all the way from Clinic through Babe Ruth and he, Lou and Lou's wife Carole were (and are) integral and beloved members of the RBSA family.
To learn more about Lou and his family, please visit; https://www.facebook.com/Lou-Dovidio-Memorial-Page-739824569488091/
To donate to The Brian Dovidio Scholarship Fund, please click the secure link below. Any donation would be greatly appreciated by the Dovidio family.
It comes with great sorrow to report that the RBSA lost one of our own, Thomas Ryan who was killed by a train in Ramsey. Thomas was an assistant coach on the Jr. Eagles of the Boys Clinic. He was just at the start of his RBSA coaching career; and he left behind his family including his 5 year old son, Jack. Tommy’s friends have started a GoFundme fundraiser to help secure Jack’s future.
Please remember Tommy and his family in your thoughts & prayers and kindly consider donating to this fund via the following link:
Please closely review the following document for important information regarding the new birthdate cut off changes. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the age determination, please contact Shawn Kirk at firstname.lastname@example.org or Matt Miller at MGMiller17@verizon.net. If your child is born within the May 1st - August 31st window and wish to change leagues from your registration choice, please contact Matt Miller either via e-mail or at 201-264-0531.
Interscholastic and youth sports programs play an important role in promoting the physical, social and emotional development of children. It is therefore essential for parents, coaches and officials to encourage youth athletes to embrace the values of good sportsmanship. Moreover, adults involved in youth sports events should be models of good sportsmanship and should always lead by example by demonstrating fairness, respect and self-control.