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Spring 2023

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR SPRING 2023!

Divisions & Ages

Typical ages for each Division: (Skill level and experience should be considered when deciding on the upper divisions: Single A - Majors)

Please note that this is the players age on August 31st, 2023.

T-Ball - Ages 3-4

Coach Pitch - Ages 5-6

Single A - Ages 7-8 

Double A - Ages 8-9

Triple A - Ages 9-10

Majors -  Ages 11-12

Juniors- Ages 13-15

For the Little League Age Chart for 2023, please follow the link below.  

T-Ball & Coach Pitch

Teams will typically practice twice a week for one hour starting February 1st. Once games begin practices typically decrease to one practice per week  T-Ball plays games on Saturdays only.  Coach pitch typically has a weekday and a Saturday game. Games are typically never on Sundays unless there are a lot of rain outs which require us to play some Sundays. Games in T-Ball are 1 hour in length and 1 hour and 15 minutes in Coach Pitch. Practice locations are at local parks. Your coach will provide you locations and practice days when he contacts you in late January. 

Both divisions are considered entry level and players should sign up for these division based on their age. Tball is for 3 and 4 year olds and Coach Pitch is for 5 and 6 year olds.

KEY DATES

November 30th - Early Registration Discount Deadline

December 31st - Spring Registration Deadline

January 7th* - Spring Tryouts for AA-Juniors

Last Week in January - Practices Begin

Opening Day 2023 - TBD

"Game of the Week" events every Saturday! 

* Please be prepared for changes on short notice due to weather conditions.  

Single A, AA, AAA, Majors & Juniors

Teams will typically practice 2-3 (max is 3 practices per week) times per week until games begin and then 1-2 times per week after games begin. There are typically 2 games per week.  Teams cannot have more than 4 events (includes games and practices) per week.

Single A is the final of our non-competitive, instructional divisions. In this division players will begin to pitch and hit off players pitching. Games are approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. There are no standings and no scores are recorded. Youth umpires are used to umpire this division. At the end of the season all teams will typically participate in a short playoff tournament. Single A is typically played by league age 7 and 8 year olds. Teams are formed through a blind draft process.

AA is our first Little League division. All pitching is by the players. Scores are recorded and standings are kept. Our top 6 teams based on the final standings will participate in a playoff. Typically, our league champion will be invited to participate in a district Tournament of Champions. AA is typically played by league age 8 and 9 year olds. Players are required to tryout and teams are formed through a draft process.

AAA is final minor league division.  Scores are recorded and standings are kept. Our top 6 teams based on the final standings will participate in a playoff. Typically, our league champion will be invited to participate in a district Tournament of Champions. AAA is typically played by league age 9 and 10 year olds.  We will form an All-star team with our top league age 10 and younger players with the majority playing AAA. Players are required to tryout and teams are formed through a draft process.

Majors is final Little League division.  Scores are recorded and standings are kept. Our top 6 teams based on the final standings will participate in a playoff. Typically, our league champion will be invited to participate in a district Tournament of Champions. Majors is typically played by league age 11 and 12 year olds.  We will form two All-star teams with our top league age 11 and 12 year old or younger players from this division. Players are required to tryout and teams are formed through a draft process.

Juniors is the first division on a full size baseball field. This division will introduce lead offs. Scores are recorded and standings are kept. Our top 6 teams based on the final standings will participate in a playoff. Typically, our league champion will be invited to participate in a district Tournament of Champions. Juniors is typically played by league age 13, 14, and 15 year olds.  We will form one All-star team with our top 13 and 14 year old players from this division. Players are required to tryout and teams are formed through a draft process.

Equipment Needed

All players will need their own glove. Most players have their own bat and batting helmet, but the league will supply one for team use at the Tball and Coach Pitch divisions. Boys are required to wear athletic cups. All players need to wear baseball cleats. Baseball pant will be required for practices and games. The coach based on your team uniforms will tell you what color pants, belt, and socks to purchase for game use. Batting gloves are recommended for players beginning in Single A. Your local sporting goods store can assist you in the right sizes based on your players age and division.