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Hello Parents and Coaches,

Summer baseball, softball & tee-ball have been canceled for 2020.  Refunds will be mailed by June 1, 2020.  

Be safe & see you next year!


Please click the title to register for the 2020 Summer Registration!!


All Coaches and volunteers are required to apply for the Background Screen. The cost is a one time fee of $20.50 this year. Please understand it is to keep our children safe. Please click on the title. Thank you!


Register on-line above or in person at the Rio West Mall Saturday, February 29, 2020 between 10 am and 2 pm.  $85.00 for the first child, $70.00 for every child thereafter.  Teeball is $70.00. 

Teeball players must be 5 years old by May 1st to play.  For all other divisions the child's age on May 1st will decide the division they will play in.  

We're always looking for coaches in every division.  Volunteer applications will be available at the registration or can be found on our website under documents.  Print one, fill it out and email back to us at  Background checks are required this year.  You'll find the link above.

Please check back for more information as it becomes available.  

Thank you!


Sideline Suggestions
(10 Things Kids Say They Don't Want Their Parents to Do)
By Darrell J. Burnett, Ph.D.

1. Don't yell out instructions. During the game I'm trying to concentrate on
what the coach says and working on what I've been practicing. It's easier
for me to do my best if you save instructions and reminders for practice
or just before the game.

2. Don't put down the officials. This embarrasses me and I sometimes
wonder whether the official is going to be tougher on me because my
parents yell.

3. Don't yell at me in public. It will just make things worse because I'll be
upset, embarrassed, or worried that you're going to yell at me the next
time I do something "wrong."

4 Don't yell at the coach. When you yell about who gets to play what
position, it just stirs things up and takes away from the fun.

5. Don't put down my teammates. Don't make put-down remarks about any
of my teammates who make mistakes. It takes away from our team

6. Don't put down the other team. When you do this you're not giving us a
very good example of sportsmanship so we get mixed messages about
being "good sports."

7. Don't lose your cool. I love to see you excited about the game, but
there's no reason to get so upset that you lose your temper! It's our
game and all the attention is supposed to be on us.

8. Don't lecture me about mistakes after the game. Those rides home in
the car after the game are not a good time for lectures about how I
messed up -- I already feel bad. We can talk later, but please stay calm,
and don't forget to mention things I did well during game!

9. Don't forget how to laugh and have fun. Sometimes it's hard for me to
relax and have fun during the game when I look over and see you so
tense and worried.

10. Don't forget that it's just a game! Odds are, I'm not going to make a
career out of playing sports. I know I may get upset if we lose, but I also
know that I’m usually feeling better after we go get a pizza. I need to be
reminded sometimes that it’s just a game.

(From Playbook for Kids: A Parent's Guide to Help Kids Get the Most Out of
Sports. The Gatorade Company)