Palomino Wooden Bat Bash Baseball Tournament
(L-R) Dave Collins, Marc Mitchell, Sara Zilles, Bob Weider, Kevin Donas
After over 25 seasons, North Hills Palomino Manager Bob Weider has announced his retirement. Bob was the founding father of The North Hills Athletic Association and is we are proud to say that we continue to share his passion and vision for developing the boys of the North Hills into great ballplayers and gentlemen. In addition to putting The NHAA on the map, Bob was the starting shortstop for the North HIlls Indians, founded the Pittsburgh Power Fast-pitch Program, and played semi-pro baseball. In 2012, Bob was honored by the North Hills School District by electing him into their Sports Hall of Fame. Although Bob is now retired, we know he'll always somehow make himself available to "fix that swing". Thanks Bob
Taking over for Bob is his longtime Assistant Coach, Jason Bisesi. Jason comes from a family that has given a lot back to the North Hills Community, played Varsity Baseball for and is a graduate of North Hills, and played for The NHAA, including Coach Weider, his entire career. Bob was quick to bring Jason onto his staff years ago when he noticed Jason shared his same passion for playing and coaching the game of baseball. We have no doubt that Jason will pick up where Bob left off and lead the North Hills Palomino Team to even bigger things.
Coach Bisesi has already come out swinging by bringing the Annual Palomino Memorial Day Bash to the North Hills! North Hills Palomino is proud to be the sponsor of this year's annual wooden-bat showcase.
North Hills Palomino wins the 2013 Bash Championship! Congrats boys! Visit our Facebook page for the exciting pictures.
Coach Bisesi has also confirmed that North Hills Palomino will once again be returning to the "Boys of Summer" - Freedom Classic Showcase in Akron, OH.
Some old photos of NH Palomino days gone by ...