Menomonee Falls Jr. Indians Baseball: Welcome

2nd Grade Tryouts

The Jr Indians are having tryouts for a 2nd Grade Team for the 2015 Season. If interested please contact Mike Kohnert (262) 352-8266 for more information on a tryout to be held on Saturday September 20th. If you have already attended a tryout you do not need to attend this one.

*All Registrants must either live in the Menomonee Falls School District or Attend a Menomonee Falls School*      


Registration Fee – $400 (plus possible winter workout fee to be determined)   
$100 due at tryout. Refunded if not selected.

Save time and bring this completed forms to Tryouts:
Download Tryout Registration Form

Coaching Candidates please bring this form to Tryouts: Download Coaching Application  

 
Jr Indians Overview      

The Junior Indians baseball program provides opportunities for the youth of the Menomonee Falls School District to develop their baseball skills in a competitive environment.  The organization fields teams in the 3rd through 8th grade divisions in the Wisconsin State Youth Baseball League. We are a feeder program for the High School team.  The Jr Indians appreciate the support provided by the local community and its members actively participate in a variety of community events.    

Our Teams

We have 2 teams in each in the following divisions: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th.  Our teams play approximately 18-20 league games and 3-5 tournaments. We play other teams in the surrounding suburban communities.  Please click on the Teams link to see the individual website for each team.

Fees & Sponsorships

Thank you to all of our business sponsorships for the 3season!!  We hope you will support us again in 2014. Please see the Sponsors link on our main page for our "grand slam" and "triple" level sponsors and support these businesses generously.  Individual team sponsors can be found on each of the team's website.

The Junior Indians organization relies on fees paid by the players to fund the cost of equipment, uniforms, field rental, umpires and league fees. Additional fund raising is required by each team to help finance tournament costs and community projects. These funds are typically generated from local businesses who wish to advertise and sponsor youth baseball. In recent years the Junior Indians have used a portion of the sponsorship money to refurbish community fields, build batting cages and make additional investments for the long term success of youth baseball in the village of Menomonee Falls.

If you would like to become a sponsor of the Junior Indians, please contact Bryan Marshall at mfjitreasurer@gmail.com