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  • Welcome to the home of the DC Everest Youth Baseball League
  • www.everestyouthbaseball.org
Registration for 2016 T-Ball is now Closed
League Overview
2016 Bat Rules
What Makes a Great Sports Parent?



Wisconsin Woodchucks Fundraiser (click here)

 We're excited to announce a new fundraising opportunity this year for DCE Youth Baseball!

Come out and enjoy a night of baseball at Athletic Park, cheer on our Wisconsin Woodchucks and earn money for the DCE Youth Baseball program.


Date: Thursday, July 21st

The Everest Youth Baseball Package includes:

Reserved seat ticket in the DCEYB section

Voucher good for a hot dog & soda

Cost: $12 per package

($3 from every package sold will go back to DCEYB)


To purchase tickets:

1. Go to www.woodchucks.com and click buy tickets

2. Enter promo code EYB16 on the right hand side under Promotions

 NOTE: DCE Fastpitch is doing their fundraiser the same night, so you have the option to support both programs by using promo code EverestFamily16

3. Select the game you want and the seats you want

4. Select pick up at Will Call and Mail for ticket delivery

5. Checkout

If you don't want to purchase tickets online, or to purchase as a group, or have questions contact:    Bailey at 715.845.5055 ext. 101 or bailey@woodchucks.com

3 Myths that are Destroying the Youth Sports Experience for our Kids

Myth #1, “The Tiger Woods/10,000 Hour Myth:” Your child must specialize as early as possible if he or she wants to play college or pro sports


Myth #2 “The 9 Year Old National Champion Myth:” We need to win as soon as possible, as often as possible, travel as far as we need to get games, and only pick and play the kids who help us do that.


Myth #3, “Youth Sports is an Investment in a Scholarship:” If my kid specializes, gets on the winning team as early as possible, and I invest in long distance travel, private lessons, and the best gear, I will recoup this investment when college rolls around.


Click on link for Article: 



The mission of our League is to encourage ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect, with focus on fun and baseball fundamental development.







League Overview


Based on current Grade Level (age as of 4/30/2015):

Coaches meeting is generally held mid April.

Season Starts mid May and runs through the end of July.  (End of June for T-ball)




Beginners T-Ball   Pre-K (Age 4-5)

        Designed for Pre-K or kids entering T-ball for the 1st time.   This intro league is to help teach players the game of baseball. Tees will be used the entire season.

        Played 1 game/week (Mon or Wed) at Machmueller Park in Weston



Coach Pitch T-Ball    Kindergarten (Ages 5-6)

       Coach Pitched T‐Ball League is generally for Kindergartners or kids that have an understanding of the general rules of baseball.  They also are ready to have a coach pitch to them.   Each team will bat through their entire order for each at- bat. Players with 3 strikes will then hit from a tee.  Outs are via catches or play at a base.

        Played 1-2 games/week (Tue and Thur) at Machmueller Park in Weston


A Ball    1st Grade (Age 7)

      Designed for 1st graders. Will feature machine pitching from the mound, using a ball that is harder than a T‐Ball, but softer than a real baseball. No walks, but can strike out & no catcher.

      Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Gaska/Sunset Park/Machmueller



AA Ball       2nd Grade (Age 8)

     Designed for 2nd graders. League will feature machine pitching from the mound using a ball that is harder than a T‐Ball, but softer than a real baseball. Regular rules apply, including score keeping.

     Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Gaska/Sunset Park/Machmueller


AAA Ball    3rd-4th Grade (Ages 9-10)

    Designed for 3rd & 4th graders. The Board will consider requests from parents of 5th & 6th graders with special needs who want to stay in AAA. Direct such requests to AAA League Commissioner. Majority of the Majors League rules will be used.

***All 3rd graders and 4th graders that did not play the previous year in AAA, are REQUIRED to attend the Evaluation Day (generally the following week after the Spring Clinic).  This is in an effort to distribute the talent across the teams and keep all the teams competitive.

   Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Robinwood/River Street/Spring Street



Majors   5th-6th Grade (Ages 11-12)

     All 6th graders automatically play in the Majors.  Most 5th graders move up to play Majors unless skills create a safety concern.  

***All 5th graders and 6th graders that did not play the previous year in Majors, are REQUIRED to attend the Evaluation Day (generally the following week after the Spring Clinic).  This is in an effort to distribute the talent across the teams and keep all the teams competitive.

    Played 2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Jones/George Street



Babe Ruth     7th-9th Grade (Ages 13-15)

     Players in grades 7th-9th will be in the Babe Ruth Junior League. We expect to field about 6 Everest teams, plus teams from the surrounding areas. League play will begin in mid May. All players who register on time will be placed on a team. Players are encouraged to attend spring clinics so coaches can evaluate skills.

    Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Kennedy/Kroenenwetter/Mosinee



**** All 3rd-6th Graders signing up for their 1st year in AAA or Majors MUST participate in an Evaluation on March 20th. The League's intent is to level the skill across the teams in each league.

This session is FREE. Stay tuned for location and times.

If you were on a AAA or Majors team last year, you do not have to participate in the evaluation.




Click HERE to log on to your online registration account.









Travel Baseball 2016

Registration for the 2016 Travel Baseball season has begun. 




 2016 Travel Ball Details

Fee: Total TBD - Initial commitment fee $50

(Last year was $200)

Schedule: TBD -  We will enter 6-10 weekend tournaments May – August

Ages (as of 4/30/16) : 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, 14U


Players must be part of DC Everest Youth Baseball League when the 2016 season begins.

Registration Deadline1/18/2016

Register ONLINE!!! - Click here to get started




What is Everest Travel Baseball?

Everest Travel Baseball was formed to give opportunities to kids looking to play more baseball.  It gives them a chance to play together, against kids their same age, at a little more competitive level than is found in weekly league play.


When are games played and how many tournaments are we a part of?

Games are played on weekends (Friday – Sunday) starting in May and ending in August.  Our 2015 schedule has not been set yet, but last year most teams were a part of nine tournaments.


Do I have to give up my whole summer if my child is on the team?

Families have other interests and plans.  We don’t expect every kid to be at every tournament throughout the summer.  Ideally we would like players to be available to attend at least half of the tournaments during the season.  Players should be dedicated to their coaches’ practice schedules regardless if they are playing in an upcoming tournament or not.


How much travel is in travel baseball?

Again, our schedules has not been formed yet, but in 2014 we played in Pulaski (one day only), Rhinelander, Wausau East, WI Rapids, Merrill, Marshfield and Lake Hallie.  


Will there be tryouts?

We will make every effort to accommodate as many kids as we can.  After registration, if we reach a point where we have too many players for one team and not enough to form two we may revisit the issue.


What are the age cut off dates?

10U – Mostly current 4th graders - Cannot turn 11 before 5/1/2016

11U – Mostly current 5th graders - Cannot turn 12 before 5/1/2016

12U – Mostly current 6th graders - Cannot turn 13 before 5/1/2016

13U – Mostly current 7th graders - Cannot turn 14 before 5/1/2016

14U – Mostly current 8th graders - Cannot turn 15 before 5/1/2016

Some kids with summer birthdays may be in a “higher” grade but be young enough to qualify for the “lower” age team.  In most cases, the league recommends staying with your child’s school grade but ultimately the choice is up to the player’s parents.


How much does it cost?


Last year the fee was $200 per player.  This included entry fees for all league scheduled tournaments, jersey, hat and fees for winter indoor open gym sessions. Fees will not be determined until the schedule starts to finalize, but we expect it to be close to the same as last year.





Contact Scott Sendelbach at sendelbach@charter.net for more questions.