All About The Newton Rebels!

Opening Day June 2!

The 2018 Roster is posted on our Roster Page!  Join us in welcoming this outstanding group of players and coaches to Newton this summer!

The Rebels will open the 2018 season with a non-league game against the Clearwater Outlaws on June 2 at Harper, KS for the Harper Days celebration. The following day Newton will play a scrimmage against league foe Hutchinson Monarchs in Hutchinson. Opening Day at home will be June 6, against the Mulvane Patriots, starting at 7PM.

General Manager, Mark ‘Carv’ Carvalho has been working hard to bring a successful team to compete in the Sunflower Collegiate League. Newton will have a new look to it with many first time players led by first-year Head Coach Brett Clark. Coach Clark will have a couple of ex-Rebels players as his assistants in Jake Gibbs and Jordan Rousselle. Their experience of playing college baseball and being part of the Newton Rebels team that played in the 2015 NBC World Series.

The roster has players from across the country including players from local colleges in Kansas. They will be representing the city and area of Newton and look forward to the support from the fans and families during our many home games.

In recent history,  the 2015 the Newton Rebels were the surprise team in the NBC World Series with a top ten finish and were named the NBC World Series Offensive Team of the tournament. Three Rebel players were named to the NBC World Series All Tournament team–3B Joel Frias, SS Jason Jones and P Zack Skelton.

For more information on the Rebels and the Sunflower Collegiate Baseball League, you can also visit www.sunflowerbaseball.com

Games will be scored live at www.gamechanger.com and select games will be live broadcast on internet radio at www.spreaker.com.  The best place for up to the minute updates on the Rebels is via our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/newtonrebels

As always, the Rebels are looking for boosters, host families and game night business sponsors.  If you are interested in supporting the Newton Rebels in 2018, please contact us at info@newtonrebels.com or sportsmn@cox.net

 

ABOUT US

The Newton Rebels were formed in 2000 by Carl Hodges, and have been a member of the Kansas Collegiate League since the team was formed. The team is comprised of current and former college players from across the nation. Each season, Rebels management aims to build a team that will qualify for the prestigious NBC World Series, which is played every August in Wichita, Kansas.

In 2008, the Rebels won their second consecutive Walter Johnson League title, and qualified for the NBC World Series for a fourth straight year. In 2009, the Rebels won the Walter Johnson North Division title, before falling to Valley Center two games to one in the WJL championship series, which featured three games, all decided by one run. In 2012 the Rebels earned a berth in the NBC World Series winning the first game and with the great fan support – the NBC Management selected the Rebels second game in the World Series to be the featured game of the day, it was a great honor for the team. In 2015 the Rebels were named the NBC Outstanding Offensive Team in the World Series and finishing with a 7th place run.

The young 2017 Rebels team had seven players nominated and played in the  First Sunflower All-Star Game held in Hutchinson.

As the 2018 season nears, the Rebels look to reclaim the league title and continue to build a reputation as one of the top amateur teams in the nation.

 

HOME FIELD 

The Rebels play on Klein-Scott Field in Centennial Park in Newton. The physical address for Centennial Park is 1500 N. Kansas Avenue. Established in 1971, Centennial Park is the location for the majority of Newton’s baseball fields. Klein-Scott is one of the Walter Johnson Leagues best natural turf field. The park includes a concession stand and restrooms adjacent to Klein-Scott Field. The Field has been the site of many Legion Zone Tournaments, High School Regional Tournaments.

Visiting Teams are welcome to use the open shelter that is located within walking distance – in the circle drive east of the baseball with restrooms, barbeque grills, picnic tables, and two playground areas. The shelter can accommodate up to 32 people, and more tables and trash barrels can be provided upon request.

For questions regarding the shelter, please contact the Newton Park Department at 316-284-6083.

 

 

Six Players Named to 2017 Sunflower All-Star Game!

Six Newton Rebel players were named to the 2017 Sunflower Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game.

They are Kyle Adkins, Rob Lain, Tyler Murphy, Noah Parsons, Isiah Perez and Jace Snodgrass.

The game will be played in Hutchinson, KS., at 7PM on July 8.