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Junior Baseball of Oregon
Junior Baseball of Oregon, Inc., is independent of any of the traditional nationwide baseball organizations, and governs eight separate "Districts" within Oregon. The J.B.O. organization generally plays by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) rules. There are several modifications at the various age group levels that impact rules governing length of base paths and the pitching distances. JBO is set up for players 9-14 years of age, with three distinct age groups, Midget, Junior and Senior. Within each age group, there are also three distinct skill levels, National (recreational), American (more competitive), and Federal (very competitive). Most member leagues also have their own independent "T-Ball" programs for the younger kids.




Clackamas County Junior Baseball Association
The Clackamas County Junior Baseball Association (CCJBA) is the parent organization of approximately 24 independent youth baseball leagues located throughout Clackamas County, Marion County, and Washington County, Oregon. CCJBA is under the umbrella of Junior Baseball of Oregon ("JBO"). JBO is independent of any of the popular nationwide baseball organizations such as "Little League", and governs eight separate organizations such as the CCJBA within Oregon. The J.B.O. organization generally plays by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) rules. There are several modifications at the various age group levels that impact rules governing length of base paths and the pitching distances. JBO is set up for players 9-14 years of age, with three distinct age groups, Midget, Junior and Senior. Within each age group, there is also three distinct skill levels, National, American and Federal. The highest title a team can win is "State". There are no regional or national championships. Most member leagues also have their own independent "T-Ball" programs for the younger kids.


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