14U Stern

14U Team — Stern

Welcome to the 14U Stern San Diego Renegades.

The team began in September 2009 with a great representation of the best 13-14 year olds from Scripps Ranch, Bonita Valley, Santee, Chula Vista, Claremont Mesa, and Poway.

We have met our goals in qualifying for the World Series and Nationals. We will be moving up to 16U’s in August. We are building team unity which will allow this team to stay together for many years to come. We have fun and work hard as a unit while we play in local friendlies, host our own friendlies, play in local tournaments, and play in friendlies and tournaments in Orange County and Los Angeles. Our typical schedule is 3 out of 4 weekends with one weekend off.

We WILL be playing in the World Series, States, and Nationals as well in 16U’s. Fees are reasonable and there are no mandatory fundraisers.

Our 14U team has done very well with both 14U and 16U competition.

We will be holding individual tryouts on Monday, August 15 and Sunday, August 28. There are many positions available to be earned. If you are interested in trying out, please do not hesitate to contact me.

  • Monday August 15th 6:30-9 PM
    at Marshall Middle School
    9700 Avenue of Nations
    San Diego, CA 92131-2135
  • Sunday August 28th 1-4 PM
    at Marshall Middle School
    9700 Avenue of Nations
    San Diego, CA 92131-2135

Jon Stern

Renegades 96-Manager


Renegades at 18U Nationals
Renegades Teams of all ages, past and present,
assembled together to honor Bree Williams&#039 memory
at the 18U Gold National championships on July 28.

Monday, July 11


It&#039s always a good sign when you are playing under lights on a Sunday. That means you made it to the Championship Game. Great job players. Renegades showed up this weekend to play some softball. Between the 30 plus hits, the home runs, the triples, the pitchers throwing Perfect Games and having three shut outs, there was no stopping the Renegades to the Championship Game. This was truely a “warm-up” for next week&#039s World Series Tournament. Looking forward to a week of great competative softball. The players should be very proud of themselves. Looking at the photo, every player has dirt on their knees and a huge smile on their face. That&#039s the sign of a great player. Nicely done.


SportlandThe San Diego Renegades-96 would like to thank Sportland for their generous continued sponsorship of our team.

Sportland has been servicing needs of the San Diego athlete, schools, leagues, and teams for over 50 years. It was established in 1946 and is conveniently located to service the youth and adult sports enthusiasts of San Diego County.

We Specialize in All Your Sporting Needs!

    * Team Uniforms

    * Team Equipment

    * Individual Equipment

    * Corporate Apparel

    * Special Order Items

    * Screen Printing

    * Embroidery & Lettering

    * Banners

    * Equipment Repair

    * Much More!


1222 Brodway

El Cajon, CA 92020

Phone: 619-593-8326

Old Mission Beach Athletic ClubThe San Diego Renegades&#03996 would like to thank OMBAC for their generous donation.

OMBAC&#039s official beginning was 1954, but its roots sprouted years before. From friendships of the late 30s, 40s and early 50s, the spirit and attitude of OMBAC evolved in Old Mission Beach. The common denominator was a strong desire for having fun!

The Old Mission Beach Rats sponsored volleyball tournaments that soon needed better organization to compete for playing dates with Los Angeles beaches. So, in 1954, the Old Mission Beach Athletic Club was born. The original membership was less than twenty and the annual dues were the same for over forty years.

OMBAC sponsored volleyball events, coached youth flag football, had its first Coming Out Party and Over-The-Line Tournament. All was good until 1958 when the Old Mission parking lot closed, the lifeguard station moved, and members had no central meeting place. The Club drifted apart until a new location was established in South Mission.

In 1964, the Club reorganized and a new vitality and determination was kindled. The Over-The-Line Tournament had survived because of a few die-hards.

Presently, OMBAC is continuing to enjoy the respect and admiration of the community. Focused on serving amateur sports and youth athletics OMBAC enjoys unmatched leadership. If not for the dedication of its members and the unselfish gift of their time, OMBAC would no longer exist.



Updated 08/14/11