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2019 Summer Ball

The age date listed for leagues are a date that will be strictly followed. Safety and level of the gameplay is why they are set, and why they will be followed. This is not just suggestion. All registrations will be monitored and if deemed inappropriately registered for leagues, can be moved at board discretion. Any questions concerning board decision surrounding this can be emailed to: weasummerrec@yahoo.com

Wea Township Residents will receive priority for team placement. Players should play in their “Home” Summer Rec district. For example; Cole, Dayton, Southwestern, and Lafayette residents should play in the association built for those residents, unless circumstances warrant a move to Wea. This is to help all associations in our leagues have numbers for league sustainability. There are no guarantees league numbers automatically warrant outside Wea Township residents will be accepted. We will only accept those players on an “as needed” basis to make roster sizes more accommodating to teams.

Registration will run from now until March 17. It is encouraged to sign up early to be ensured of a roster spot. During registration, Wea will monitor numbers for our roster sizes. The board, at its discretion, may close certain leagues for registration ahead of March 17th, and place any player wishing to play after that date on a “waiting list”. If enough players are interested to satisfy rosters, we may then accept the waiting list players on a first come first served basis. Wea will post via social media and organizational emails to notify past players when this situation may arise for a fair warning ahead of time, as much as possible.

All leagues are subject to having enough coaches for teams. If we run into a case where we do not have enough volunteer coaches to suffice the number of players registered, we will go off order of registration date for how many teams we can field appropriately. Those left without a team will be refunded if no coach is found

WHO:

Skills Testing for Boys - 8/10/12/14U
Girls - Pixie/Cadet/Juniors Girls

WHEN:

TBD

WHERE:

Wea Park
Click here for a Google map

2019 Summer Baseball/Softball Coach Application

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Boys Baseball Registration

ALL PRICES INCLUDE CONCESSION STAND FEE. NO PARENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WORK IN THE CONCESSION STAND

*NO PANTS OR SHORTS WILL BE ISSUED. THIS IS THE PLAYER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PURCHASE GREY COLORED PANTS OF THEIR CHOOSING FOR BOYS BASEBALL…AND BLACK SHORTS OR PANTS FOR GIRLS SOFTBALL.

T-Ball (Ages 4-5)

Offers 4 and 5-year-olds, as of April 30th of the current year, the opportunity to have organized exposure to playing the game of baseball. The league focuses on introducing the game while teaching the players the fundamentals. They will attempt to hit 3 pitches delivered from a coach…if they are unable to put the ball in play, they will then hit off a batting tee to keep games moving and keep them excited and engaged. Each player will be assigned to a team by league director. There are no skills testing for this league. Teams should expect to practice once a week and play 1 game. Teams will be comprised of both boy and girl players with a softie style baseball used during practices/games. This league will begin in May while older leagues start in April.

$70
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6U (Age 6)

This division is primarily for 6-year old’s, to introduce more of the fundamentals that were taught in Tball. The idea is to get the players ready to play 8U the following year. Players will hit machine pitched balls and outs/score will be recorded. Teams will practice once a week and all games are played on Saturday mornings. Teams could be comprised of both boy and girl players.

$85
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8U (Ages 7-8)

Formerly known as Pinto, 8U is based for 7 and 8-year old’s, as of April 30th of the current year. It is all about the fundamentals, while having the players play in a competitive environment. The players will get to build on what they learned in the Tee ball and 6U divisions. Players bat until 3 outs are made or 7 runs have been scored. Score is kept. Batters will hit off a pitching machine. This league will practice and play approximately 14 games through the week, two days a week, with tournament play during two weekends. Games have 90-minute time limits.

$110
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10U (Ages 9-10)

Formerly known as Mustang with option for machine pitch or live-arm, 10U is based for 9 and 10-year old’s, as of April 30th of the current year. Live-Arm division will no longer exist throughout the county at the 10U level. The players will continue their development while hitting off a pitching machine. This division begins the players training in the complete game of baseball. Runners will be able to advance to 2nd and 3rd bases, on a pitched ball that gets behind the catcher. This division is another stepping stone towards playing "live arm" baseball. This league will practice and play approximately 16 games through the week, two days a week, with tournament play during two weekends. Games have 90-minute time limits.

$120
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12U (Ages 11-12)

Formerly known as Broncho, 12U is based for 11 and 12-year old’s, as of April 30th of the current year. There will be two divisions now in 12U. “A” and “B” teams will be split. “A” team will play traditional 50’ pitching and 70’ bases while “B” team will play on 46’ pitching and 60’ bases. Both divisions will work to develop young players into the full game of baseball, while providing a fun and competitive environment. Live arm Pitching will be introduced while players can lead off on “A” team only and steal bases on both teams. This league will play approximately 18 games with season ending tournament. Practices and games will be Monday-Saturday. Games are 1 hour and 45 minutes long. ONLY Players who will be 10 for 2019 AND were on the Live-Arm Mustang team for 2018 year may try out for 12U “B” team for the 2019 season.

$170
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14U (Ages 13-14)

Formerly known as Pony, 14U is based for 13 and 14-year old’s, as of April 30th of the current year. IF there are enough players for two teams, the “A/B” system will be used to split players amongst the two teams. This division continues to develop young players into the full game of baseball, while providing a fun and competitive environment. Live arm Pitching is expanded upon with the mound moving further back in distance, while players can lead off and steal bases This league will play approximately 18 games with season ending tournament. Practices and games will be Monday-Saturday. Games are 1 hour and 45 minutes long.

$170
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Girls Softball Registration

ALL PRICES INCLUDE CONCESSION STAND FEE. NO PARENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WORK IN THE CONCESSION STAND

*NO PANTS OR SHORTS WILL BE ISSUED. THIS IS THE PLAYER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PURCHASE GREY COLORED PANTS OF THEIR CHOOSING FOR BOYS BASEBALL…AND BLACK SHORTS OR PANTS FOR GIRLS SOFTBALL.

T-Ball (Ages 4-5)

Offers 4 and 5-year-olds, as of January 1st of the current year, the opportunity to have organized exposure to playing the game of baseball. The league focuses on introducing the game while teaching the players the fundamentals. They will attempt to hit 3 pitches delivered from a coach… if they are unable to put the ball in play, they will then hit off a batting tee to keep games moving and keep them excited and engaged. Each player will be assigned to a team by league director. There are no skills testing for this league. Teams should expect to practice once a week and play 1 game. Teams will be comprised of both boy and girl players with a softie style baseball used during practices/games.

$70
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Pixie (Ages 6-8)

Pixie League is comprised of 6, 7, and 8-year old’s, as of January 1st of the current year. All 6-year old’s need to have played at least one year of t-ball and will be based off evaluations to have sufficient ability to participate. It is all about the fundamentals, while having the players play in a competitive environment. The players will get to build on what they learned in the Tee ball division. Players bat until 3 outs are made or 7 runs have been scored. Score is kept. Batters will hit off a pitching machine. This league will practice and play approximately 14 games through the week two days a week, with tournament play during two weekends. Games have 90-minute time limits.

$110
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Cadet (Ages 9-10)

Cadet League is comprised of 9 and 10-year old players, as of January 1st of the current year. Players continue to build on the fundamentals while also being introduced live arm pitching in combination to the use of a pitching machine. Cadet League stresses the basics of the game and fundamental skills of batting, fielding, and throwing. Cadet League also begins to introduce stealing bases while doing the use of the pitching machine. Batters can also strike out in this league. Pitchers will pitch from 35 feet.

$120
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Junior (Ages 11-12)

Junior League is comprised of 11 and 12-year-old players, as of January 1st of the current year. In the Junior League, players continue to build on the fundamentals. It is all live arm pitching with the pitchers pitching from 40 feet. This League will teach the basics of the game and fundamental skills of batting, fielding, and throwing while adding more stress of competition along with introduction of additional game strategies. It is all live arm pitching with the pitchers pitching from 40 feet.

$170
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