The Friday, March 4th practice will begin at 3:30 for all potential West Salem baseball players. The location (field, gym, turf) is still to be determined. Please prepare accordingly and be sure to bring all gear. WA!
Seniors Jonathan Terleski and Matthew Lester have signed to play baseball for Linn-Benton Community College in the 2016-2017 school year. The LBCC baseball team, located in Albany, participates in the NWAC, which is one of the few collegiate conferences in America that plays with wood bats. The Roadrunners are coached by former Oregon State standout Ryan Gipson. Matt and JT with be joining 2015 West Salem grad Spencer DesBiens at LBCC. Former Titan Baseball standout Mark Allen (Class of 2010) also played ball for the Roadrunners. To learn more about the LBCC baseball program follow this link: LBCC Baseball
Congrats to Matthew and Jonathan!
Ballplayers, if your looking for a spot to fine tune your swing this summer you don't have to look far. Capitol City Sports in West Salem is a great spot. They have a great facility and solid instruction.
Check out the attached flyer for more info.
November 12th, 2015 was a very special day for student-athletes all over the country. It's a chance for them to share (and show off) their hard work by officially committing to their future college or university by signing their National Letter of Intent (NLI or #NLI for all you tweeters out there).
Thursday was particularly special for the West Salem Titans Baseball Program as Andy Armstrong signed his NLI to compete collegiality at Oregon State University come the 2017 baseball season. Previously, Andy had verbally committed to the Beavers, but this was the day he finalized the recruiting process by signing his letter among his family, friends, and coaches in the West Salem High School library.
Two other West Salem students, Tayler Gunesch (softball at PSU) and Brooke Chuhlantseff (running at OSU), also signed Division 1 NLI's (article via StatemanJournal.com) during the library ceremony. Fun note, Brooke's brother, Logan, is a Titan Baseball player.
Armstrong, a four sport (football, basketball, swimming, and baseball) athlete at West, joins 11 other ballplayers (article via osubeavers.com) in signing on for the 2017 season as Oregon State Beavers. As most locally know, the Oregon State baseball program is considered as one of the premier programs in the country. Not only are they a force to be reckoned with in the Pac-12 Conference, but the Beavs consistently field teams ranked nationally in Division 1. The Beavers are just a few seasons removed from their back to back National Championships (2006, 2007). Overall, the program has won 24 conference championships, qualified for 15 NCAA tournaments, and appeared in five College World Series.
We are extremely proud of Andy and his accomplishments. Go Titans!
To check out Andy's bio on the osubeavers.com baseball site click HERE
The first round of the 2015 OSAA playoffs begin on Monday, May 25. West Salem will travel north to take on Jesuit. The game will begin at 5:00 PM. Hope to see all of our awesome Titan fans there!
Notes and info on the game:
If you can't make the game, Monday's contest will have a live feed broadcast via Jesuit's video network on YouTube. Check out the video below. Of course, it won't be live until game time (5:00 on Monday). Here's a link (https://youtu.be/8IRIObkPj3w) if that works better for your viewing pleasure. It should be view-able on computers, mobile devices via the YouTube app, and any other way you might watch YouTube videos.