Our local program is divided into 9 divisions, Please see home page for the age requirement. Except for the Rookie and Atlantic League, which plays only on Saturdays, teams normally play twice a week, one weeknight game and once on Saturdays.
Rookie League - Introduction to the game for five year olds. 90 minutes sessions are held on Saturdays. Session consists of 45 minutes of instruction from the coaches and a 45 minute mini game. No scores are kept and there are no league standings.
Texas League- Tees are eliminated and coaches pitch to the players. No scores are kept and there are no league standings.
Pacific League- Players begin pitching in games. Game scores are kept, but there are no league standings.
Minor League - Game scores are kept, but there are no regular season standings. At the conclusion of the regular season, playoffs are held. Finalists play on Championship Saturday.
Major League -For ALL eleven & twelve year olds. Regular season standings are kept and playoffs are held at the conclusion of the regular season. Finalists play on championship Saturday in June. A twelve year old tournament team is selected from the players in Tier I which competes in the Williamsport Major division (U12) tournament. (see below) An eleven year old tournament team is selected from the players in Tier I which competes in the Williamsport U11division tournament. (see below)
Junior League - For all thirteen and fourteen year olds.
Senior League - For all fifteen through seventeen year olds.
TOURNAMENT TEAMS - In early June ,Tournament teams are selected for 10 year old (Central), 11 year old (Majors) and 12 year old (Majors). The top players are invited to a tryout by their respective managers. If a child tries out and makes the team they should expect to play baseball for the month of July. Please do not plan vacations during this time as any child selected is expected to make the full commitment to the team. No exceptions are allowed. Tournament practices and games will run from mid June until mid July at the minimum. If teams win the districts (GCAA teams have done so from 2002-up to present) then games could continue until early August. If teams win at the state and regional level, play could continue past that.