What Programs are offered?

5-6 coed T-ball
T-Ball (age 5 and 6) is the entry level to the game of baseball & softball for young players. Members of two teams take turns hitting a ball off a batting tee set on home plate. Batters try to get on base and advance to home. Fielders try to prevent that from happening. The elimination of pitching allows children to participate without the fear of being hit by a pitched ball. Tee ball develops the primary baseball skills of hitting, running, fielding and throwing. The players gain an understanding of the fundamental rules of baseball.

7 -8 Pee Wee/Coach Pitch Boys & Peewee/Coach Pitch Girls.
Peewee/Coach Pitch (ages 7 and 8) Is a step up from the T-Ball. Played at a faster pace, players must learn to implement the basic fundamentals of baseball with less time to receive instruction from the coaches. Coaches must pitch from a pitchers circle. This gives children the opportunity to learn to hit a pitched ball without fear of being hit. Batters get 7 pitches total. A player must either hit the ball or strike out. There will be no walks, or bases allowed because of a hit batter. The focus of 7-8 Coach Pitch is to learn the fundamentals of the game in a format that stresses learning the physical skills necessary to advance to the next level of play, 9 & 10 Kid Pitch.

9 – 10 Minors Boys & Minor Girls
The Minors (ages 9 and 10) serves as an introduction into competitive baseball. This gives both the batters and the pitchers the first real opportunity to learn how to play the game in a competitive environment. At this level, the focus is on the continuation of learning the fundamentals of the game, including offensive and defensive positioning. Player pitching is introduced and there is a greater emphasis on learning the fundamentals of pitching and catching. 9-10 Minors are able to steal bases but not lead off.

11- 12 Majors Boys & Minor Girls
The Majors (ages 11 and 12) serves as a step up in competition. The focus is on the continuation of learning the fundamentals of the game, including offensive and defensive positioning. Player pitching is refined with a continued emphasis on learning the fundamentals of pitching and catching. 11 -12 Major players are able steal bases once the pitch has crossed the plate.

13-15 Pony Boys & Pony Girls
Pony (ages 13, 14 & 15) is similar to 11 -12 Majors, at an older age level. Games are played on a larger field. Lead Off’s and Secondary’s are introduced and the game moves at a much faster and exciting pace.

6U Soccer (Fall Only)
5 – 6 year old soccer (6u) is an introduction to the game of soccer. Players will become familiar with the offense, defense, and overall nature of the game

8U Soccer (Fall Only)
7 – 8 year old soccer (8U) the players will gain more specific knowledge of positions on the field and the out of bounds rules including throw-ins, corner kicks, and free/penalty kicks.

10u Soccer (Spring & Fall)
9 – 10 year old soccer (10U) moves at a faster pace and focuses on increased knowledge of positions and the strategy of the game (including set plays).

12U Soccer (Spring & Fall)
11 – 12-year old soccer (12U) focuses on improving a “team-mentality” and line-up formations; in addition to increased skill in passing, dribbling, and shooting.

14U Soccer (Spring & Fall)
13 – 14 year old soccer (14U) is the final level of preparation for the competitive world of high school soccer. Players are expected to focus on their conditioning, ball-handling skills, and overall dedication to improving their team (including being a leader and motivating others on the team
Flag Football
Flag Football is offered to 3rd and 4th graders in the fall. They are taught the basic fundamentals of football and how to run plays without full pads and physical contact.