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It’s time for our 12th annual Fall baseball clinic. This is an intensive 8 week program that will help your son to develop at a high level from the instruction and knowledge gained through the clinic. The clinics have become very popular and unfortunately we have to limit enrollment to ensure we spend quality time with our students so please sign up now to save your spot. W e will be offering four sessions for you to choose from. Each session will be one hour and 20 minutes. Additionally, your son will receive training and instruction from former professional baseball players and Division 1 baseball coaches along with current Norman North players. We truly feel that the instruction you receive is the best around. Ages 8-10 have 2 different times to choose from. Wednesday nights at 6:00 and Thursday nights at 6:00 Ages 11-14 have 2 different times to choose from. Wednesday nights at 7:30 and Thursday nights at 7:30 Wednesday lessons will be on the following dates: October 14, 21, 28 November 4, 11, 18 December 2, 9. Thursday Lessons will be on the Following dates: October 15, 22, 29 November 5, 12, 19 December 3, 10.
The 8 Week Program
Each player who signs up for The Fall Clinic will go through an 8 week comprehensive hitting, defense and throwing program. Each player will meet with the Norman North Coaches for 1hour and 20 minutes each week for 8 weeks. Each player will learn the same philosophies and techniques that the Norman North players are learning. Our goal is for every player to leave the 8 week program with the understanding and work ethic required to become a great baseball player. Note: We are asking that all forms be returned by October 7th so we can prepare for the numbers of players we will have in each session. Sincerely, Brian Aylor Head Baseball Coach Norman North High School
North Baseball Camps 12th Annual Fall Clinic Instructors
2005-16 Head Baseball Coach Norman North Head Baseball Coach
Brian Aylor took over the Norman North Baseball Program in 2005. Since then he has led the Timberwolves to 4 Regional Championships in 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2013. Norman North has also been Conference Champions 3 times. They were the 2013 and 2014 District 6A 2 Champions as well as the 2013 State Runner up. His philosophies and instruction have propelled the Timberwolves to one of the top Baseball programs in Oklahoma. In his 12 years as a Head Coach, he has had 12 players selected to Oklahoma Coaches Association All State. He has sent 53 players to play at the collegiate level and has had 4 players drafted by Major League Baseball. His knowledge of the game goes back to his background as a player. He spent four seasons in the New York Yankees Organization after being drafted in the 7th round in 1996. He was an all Big 8 Centerfielder at Oklahoma State University. Accomplishments: 2013, 2014 District 6A 2 Coach of the Year 2013 Daily Oklahoman Big All City Coach of the Year 2012 Region 5 Coach of the Year 2006, 2011 Norman Athletic Association Coach of the Year 2006, 2008, 2011 Mid State Conference Coach of the Year 2006 Ferguson Jenkins Coach of the Year Award Winner Surpassed 280 Wins as a Head Coach in 6A
Brad Dolejsi is entering his 8th year with the Timberwolves coming from Bishop McGuinness High School. McGuinness won 2 State Championships in Baseball during his 6 years with the program and he was also awarded Oklahoma Assistant Coach of the Year. Coach Dolejsi spent 4 years coaching Division 1 Baseball at New Mexico State University and also served as the recruiting coordinator. He also spent 2 years coaching at Howard junior College before making the move to New Mexico State. While at New Mexico State, Coach Dolejsi earned his Masters Degree in Education. Coach Dolejsi was an All Big 8 Outfielder in 1991 at Oklahoma State University where he had the privilege of playing under Gary Ward. Brad Dolejsi has the distinction of being able to say he played in the High School American Legion World Series, the Junior College World Series, and the Division 1 College World Series. Coach Dolejsi was also a finalist for the Gatorade High School Player of the Year in 1987.
There will be as many Varity Coaches in attendance as needed to help with the clinic to make sure there is a good player to coach ratio.