KINGSTON YOUTH Baseball & Softball of Kingston, NH: Welcome

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Sunday, June 5
2016 KYBS

    We need  your help keeping players and other children off the fence guard and dugout roofs.

Thank you.  

Online donations for sign advertisements or for general donations can be made on the link below. 

Click here to donate online.    

As the season goes on, small lost and found items will be in the snack shack and clothing will be in the equipment shed. 
 Due to the popularity of KYBS with in the town of Kingston we are only able to accept players with a Kingston residence.

Please feel free to Contact the Commish with questions or concerns 

Monday, May 9
First Weeks Raffle Winners

May 1st     Frank Cronin     sold by Adam Shnidman

May 2nd    Janice Eggers    sold by Ryley O'neil

May 3rd     Ryan Shea        sold by Ryan Shea

May 4th     Sheryl Holt     sold by Riley Holt Mystery Prize

May 5th     Angelia Sullivan sold by Rex Sullivan

May 6th     Peter Chambers sold by Virginia Chambers

May 7th     Keesa Richards   sold by Daxon Picillo

May 8th     Chip Pate           sold by Zoe Pate

May 9th     Mallen Family     sold by Connor Mallen

 Check back next week for more winners   

Saturday, April 30
Quintown League Facebook page

District Team Tryout Dates now Posted
Quintown Cal Riken League of New Hampshire is the baseball league KYBS baseball plays in.  It consist of the towns of Chester, Hampstead, Fremont, Sandown, and Kingston.  This year Derry is also on our Major League Schedule.  Hopefully begining in 2017 the Quintown Board will be the governing body for Majors, Minors, AAA, and Farm.  All baseball division with the exception of T-ball currently play with Quintown.  The Quintown Board has authorized and is now hosting a Facebook page to keep you informed of important information about our season and Cal Ripken District Teams at the 12, 11, 10 and 9 year old age groups.  Please check out the link above or search Quintown on facebook.

Monday, March 21
Become a 2016 KYBS Sponsor

Kingston Youth Baseball and Softball is currently seeking sign sponsorships for the upcoming 2016 spring and summer seasons. Our organization consists of close to 200 children ranging in age from 4-12. Beginning in the middle of April and going through the end of June we hold games at the Magnusson Field complex located at the northern intersection of RT 111 and RT 125. There can be up to three games an evening Monday through Friday and during the day on Saturday. Visiting teams from other towns including Fremont, East Kingston, Newton, Plaistow, Chester, Hampstead,  Kensington, Derry, Chester and Sandown.

Our sponsorship fee of $350 includes the cost of a 2.5’x 6’ sign, two seasons of display and a listing on our website’s sponsor page. We also offer a beginning sponsorship of $200.00 which includes the cost of the sign (2.5' x 4') and one season of display. Current renewals are available at a very reasonable rate of $150 after the first two seasons. The proceeds from these sponsorships go towards the replacement of old equipment, field maintenance, and umpire fees. This is a great opportunity for your business to get inexpensive advertising. At the same time your business will be providing valuable resources to a local youth organization that is dedicated to the safe and fun development of baseball and softball skills, and teaching of good sportsmanship. Thank you for your consideration of a Kingston Youth Baseball and Softball sign sponsorship. To Learn more contact Jay Ash at



Thursday, April 18
Coaches Field Responsibility

Hello Coaches,

First we want to thank all those who are coaching this year.  We are all busy and coaching is a committment no one takes lightly.  With coaching comes the responsibility for your teams.  When at Bakie, Chase, Magnusson Fields or on the plains no trash should be left out.  Coaches and Parents should only be parking on Pavement unless instructed otherwise.  When at the Magnusson Fields there are post game responsibilities which you can ask parents to help.  Thrash cans and recycling buckets should emptied if necessary and be place inside the dugouts.  Fields should be dragged AND racked.  This includes leveling out deprssions and clearing excess dirt away from bases.  Specific instructions for maintaining fields are attached.  We hate to be picky but many of your hours goes into the fields every spring and without proper maintenance they will deteriorate after weeks worth of games.  Prior to our current field program the fields had fallen into such disrepair that it cost $5000.00 to have the infields redone.  We would rather spend that money on a batting cage, a sound system, and or electronic score boards, so please help us maintain what we have. 

Thank you,

Kevin, Paul, and Kristin

Handout: Rules & Coaching Documents/Drills/ Spreadsheets

Thursday, May 7
Bakie Field Parking

Hello Coaches and Parents,

Any team practicing or playing a game at the Bakie Elementary School Field should not allow any driving or parking on any surface that is not paved.  This includes Coaches and umpires.  This comes per order of the Sanborn Regional School District.  If parking spaces directly in front of the school are full there is plenty of parking across the street at the Swasey Gymnasium.  Whenever on school grounds please remember to collect all items that you may have brought and do not leave any trash.  Thank for your attention in this matter.

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