Division Information

Instructional (Tee Ball)
Tee-Ball for youth ages 4-7 who are new to the sport of baseball. Using the Big Al program, youth are given basic fundamentals through several drills, then through playing short games to demonstrate what they have learned.

Rookies (Pony 2)
Youth ages 6 to 9. A bridge between the Instructional level, where players see pitching by managers, pitching machine, and players. This is an introduction to the competitive side of the game, while still centering on intensive fundamentals. Games are shortened to 4 innings, and game rules are relaxed in order to provide a learning atmosphere.

Minors (Pony 1)
Youth ages 7-11. Modified Major Little League Baseball level to improve the players skills in order to move up to the Little League Major Division. Standings are kept and All Stars are selected at the end of the season to play in district and state tournaments. Age 12 may also play in the Minor Division with Board and District approval.

Major Division Baseball
Players with advanced skills, ages 9-12 may play in the Major Division. Full Major Little League rules; statistics and win – loss records, and All-Star International Tournament team.

Intermediate (50/70)
Players ages 11-13 are eligible to play in this new division. 13 year old players will automatically be drafted on an Intermediate Division team. Games are played on a 70 foot diamond, offering a transition from Major (60 ft.) to Junior/Senior (90 ft.)

Junior Division Baseball
Players ages 13-14. 90 foot diamond with BBCOR bats. Major League rules.

Senior Division Baseball

Challenger Division Baseball
Please contact us if you are interested in starting a Challenger division for children with disabilities.