Kelowna Falcons

Falcons Kids Camp

The Kelowna Falcons coaching staff is pleased to announce the return of the Falcons Kids Camp this August.

For two mornings at Elks Stadium the Falcons coaching staff will welcome young baseball players aged 5-13. During the two-day camp kids will learn and hone their fundamentals of baseball from the certified coaching staff along with some of their favourite Falcons players.

The camp will be held on Friday August 5th and Saturday August 6th and will run for three hours from 9:00am – 12:00pm. The cost of registration will include a free ticket to the Falcons game on Saturday August 6th when we host the Yakima Valley Pippins.

Campers will work on the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, pitching and base running during the camp and get receive a better understanding of their approach to the game.

Registration for the camp will take place at Elks Stadium the morning of Friday August 5th. Registration for the two-day camp is $150.00.

Campers will need to bring their glove, water bottle, bats, helmet, and protective cup. Baseball cleats are encouraged but not required.

About the Falcons coaches and your instructors:

Doug Noce he was signed by the Montreal Expos in 1990 after an outstanding collegiate career as a catcher, named First Team All-American in 1989 following his school’s Division II national title. He played two seasons in the Expos organization before turning his attention to coaching. He coached at the collegiate level for 10 years, three at his alma mater of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, then seven at Allan Hancock College (ACH) as the head coach and compiled a record of 136-86.

John Noce has spent the last 15 years as the head baseball coach at JW North and Ramona high schools in Riverside California. He played at both Sacramento City College from 1982-1984 in California and the University of Miami where he was a part of their 1985 College World Series championship team. He then traveled to Livorno Italy and spent four years playing and coaching before two more years in the Chicago Cubs organization where he was a short season coach in the mid-90’s.

Angelo Loomis has been part of the San Benito high school baseball program for the last 18 years. The school currently has four active Major League players and more than a handful of Division 1 & 2 on current rosters. In the last 14 years, San Benito has ranked among the best public programs in Northern California and coach Loomis brings a variety of skills to the camp specializing in catching and pitching.

For questions about the kids camp please email Ryan Watters –

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