Playing for the Warriors Blue costs $1800, including the $400 payment that was due on March 1. The remaining $1400 is to be paid in full by May 1:
- $700 by April 1
- $700 by May 1
To download the contact form, please click here.
To download a health waiver form, please click here.
To download a SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION, please click here.
Please mail to 519 Browning St, Mill Valley CA 94941 or email as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org
These are the tournaments that we are competing in:
- 1st Class Baseball Tournament: June 5th – 8th in the East Bay, CA
- Muckdogs Invitational Pre-4th of July Tournament: June 26th – 29th in Reno, NV
- Phil Singer Summer Series: July 25th – 31st in San Diego, CA
The California Warriors Blue team consists of student athletes who are varsity level high school players. Emphasis will be on fine-tuning fundamentals of the game, as well as leadership and good sportsmanship. Training will begin on May 25th, games will begin on June 7th and end on August 1st. The rest of the schedule will be posted when finalized.
All players are to be at the field one hour before each game unless told by coaches otherwise. We want to make sure that we have ample time to prepare for the game.
All players are responsible for their own grey pants, navy blue socks, and navy blue belt.
Max Luckhurst – Max, who has been a California Warriors coach for 5 seasons, is the head coach of Campolindo High School. Coach Lukhurst has built an East Bay power house at Campo and brings his outstanding coaching skills to our organization. Coach Lukhurst was named the 2011 East Bay Coach of the Year.
Bryan Faulds – A 5-year Warriors coach, Bryan pitched for the College of San Mateo in 2005-06 where he won two Coast Conference Championships. He continued his playing career at Division 1 Western Illinois University where he was the closer for two seasons. Upon completing his playing career, Coach Faulds became an assistant coach at Western Illinois as well as Campolindo High School. During the 2010 season, Coach Faulds helped coach the College of San Mateo to their 9th consecutive coast conference championship and a second place finish in the state of California.