The West Covina Youth PONY Baseball Board met last week to discuss the current situation we are facing with COVID-19. Please bear with us as we navigate through these unforeseen times. We really want to get back to playing baseball and being able to do so in a healthy and safe way has not yet been determined. As we have stated before, our plan is to complete our 2020 season. We are looking at ways on how we can play again, possibly in June or July; however, we have to wait to see what guidelines the State of California, County of Los Angeles, City of West Covina, and the West Covina School District will put into place.
As soon as we learn more about our choices moving forward, we will communicate them with you. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Hope to see you all again soon!
BRONCO GRAD ROBERT MELENDEZ
BRONCO GRADUATE DIMAGGIO BEAS
To our West Covina Youth PONY Baseball Family,
Please view COVID-19 San Gabriel Valley Community Resources link from Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio.
Stay safe! Hope to see you all back on the fields soon!!
As we are all aware, Corona Virus has been dominating the news. There are things that each of us can do to minimize the risk of exposure and help to prevent its spread. Although the risk of infection is currently low in the United States, we assume things will get worse before a cure and treatment are developed. In the meantime, here are what the experts are saying we all should do to lower our risk of exposure.
Practice good hygiene by washing hands with soap and water frequently
Use alcohol-based sanitzer when soap and water are not available
Use disposable tissues when coughing/sneezing and dispose of them properly. If tissues are not available, direct your cough/sneeze in the crook of your arm/sleeve
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
Avoid close contact with anyone who has cold or flu-like symptoms
If your player or you are feeling ill or under the weather, especially if you have a fever, we encourage you to stay home to recover and seek appropriate medical care
With then combination of good hygiene and common sense, we can all do our part to stay health and avoid the spread of ANY illness
Kelly Mardorf, President
West Covina Youth PONY Baseball
The WCYPB Community
Gathers and Raises Money
For One Of Their Own
Shetland 4 All Stars
2019 World Series Champions
Recognized by the City Of West Covina
Opening Day - 2020
Many thanks to all of our league sponsors, WCUSD, the City of West Covina, WCYPB players, parents and fans for continuing to support our league. Special thanks to Dodgers' Great Mickey Hatcher, Chicago White Sox Yoan Moncada, West Covina Fire Department, Michael Touhey and the Castucci Foundation! Now it's time to PLAY BALL!
Please support our West Covina Fire Department's
4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament!
WEST COVINA PONY HAS BEEN CHOSEN TO BENEFIT
FROM THIS EVENT!
SIGN UP AND PARTICIPATE NOW!!!!
Thank you Coach Rizzo and Whittier College baseball coaches and players. Our Annual Players' Clinic was a success!!
West Covina Youth Pony Baseball is a non-profit organization that was created to provide all players between the ages of 4-14 the opportunity to participate in baseball.
We want to Protect Our Nation's Youth as they grow into young men and women and become leaders of tomorrow. West Covina Youth Pony Baseball is a community-based program for everyone in the family to enjoy.
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!
Reporting Graffiti not only helps keep our City clean, but you could potentially receive a cash reward! If you witness graffiti in progress and can provide information that leads to the arrest of the individual who created the graffiti, you could be eligible for a $100 reward while still remaining anonymous. See the WCPD web page for more details. To report graffiti in progress call 9-1-1 immediately.
SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
REPORT AN ISSUE USING THE CITY'S APP
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West Covina Youth Pony Baseball
PO Box 5201
West Covina, CA 91791