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2019 Registration will be open Feb 1st thru March 10th!!!!!!

  • Important Dates
  1. Registration February 1st thru March 10th
  2. Baseball Skill Evaluations for team assignment Sunday March 10th from 12:30 PM until 5:00 PM (Hereford Middle School) )   ONLY BOYS BASEBALL 1st GRADE ON UP ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND)
  3. Coaches Meetings (Week of March 20th)
  4. Fields open for Practice  April 1st  (7th District)
  5. Opening Day for all teams Saturday Saturday April 27th (7th District)
  6. First Regular Season Games begin Monday April 29th (All School locations)
  7. Tournament begins  (Several Age Groups)  Saturday June 2nd
  8. Tournament ends Saturday June 15th  (End of Season)

Seventh District Baseball Program (Boys ages 6+)

Required Evaluations

Sunday, March 10th (at Hereford Middle School) (Date pending permits – check website for verification of all dates and times)

All players Grades 1 and above must be evaluated before being placed on a team.

1st-2nd Grade (12:30-1:30pm)

3rd-4th (1:30-2:30pm)

5th-6th (2:30-3:30pm)

7th-up (3:30-4:30pm)

The Seventh District Baseball Program has a baseball team for just about everyone!

 

Practices and Games

Practices will be held 1 to 2 days per week starting April 1st. All practices will be held at Seventh District.

Opening Day will be held the April 27th.

The regular season schedule will follow and will continue throughout the school year.

Games will be played at Seventh District, Fifth District, Prettyboy and Sparks.

Once the games begin, the practice schedules will change. Please contact the current baseball commissioner for additional information.

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 Leagues

  • T-BALL (coed - ages 4- 6 years) Player evaluations for team assignment are not required

    The Tee-Ball Program is a non-competitive program for children ages 4 thru 6 years old. The participants will learn basic skills, fundamentals of the game, and principles of teamwork and good sportsmanship.

    The "rules” of Tee-Ball are quite different from those of baseball and softball. While Tee-Ball is intended to be instructional, this is not its sole purpose. The program is an introduction to baseball and softball. Skills will be introduced, but not mastered.

    Focus will be on team play, playing fair, and good sportsmanship.

    “Play is the glue that makes learning stick”, and Tee-Ball is very much about play and, we hope, fun. Everyone is a winner, and hopefully everyone leaves with a sense of pride and accomplishment.

    All players will be provided Team "Major League" hats and shirts.

    Each player only needs a glove.  All other qequipment is provided.  Players do not need cleats or baseball pants.  However, most children have gray baseball pants as it helps the "feel" like a Baseball player.

  • All Games and Practices are at 7th District Elementary
  • BASEBALL
  • CLINIC (Grades K-1st) Player evaluations for team assignment are not required

  • Baseball Clinic teams are for boys ages 6 and 7 years. The 7 year olds in the clinic program typically have not previously played baseball. This is a coach pitch league with no umpires. The Clinic Program is intended to be instructional. It is a wonderful introduction not only to the sport of baseball, but also to the concepts of team play, playing fair and good sportsmanship. This is a "coach pitch" league with no umpires. The rules are a little different from the older baseball teams, but the enjoyment and benefits of learning are the same. The Clinic teams generally play games on Saturday mornings and early afternoons, with games being scheduled during the week only when necessary. Participation trophies are awarded to all participants.

  • Grades 1st-2nd (7-8 years old)

    These teams are for first graders with at least one year playing experience and all second graders.

    This is a coach pitched league, only swung strikes and foul balls count as strikes. There are no walks.

    The 1st/2nd teams will typically have two games per week with games being scheduled on the weekends only when necessary.

    Participation trophies are awarded to all participants.
     
  • Grades 3 and above (ages 9-16)

    These teams are for all boys in 3rd grade and higher.

    Beginning at the Grade 3-4 Age 9/10 level, there is no coach pitching

    15/16 year olds who participate in JV baseball may not pitch at the Rec level.

    There are umpires for all games.

    Games are typically held one or two evenings per week with games being scheduled on the Saturday mornings only due to limited field availability during the week.

    There will be a tournament held at the end of the season for the participants in these age groups with trophies being awarded to the winners in all age groups.
  • Participation trophies for those Grades K through 4th only.

Equipment/Uniforms

  • All players will receive a team hat, shirt, and socks that they may keep.
  • Players must provide their own baseball pants (typically gray) , a glove, a batting helmet Baseball, Softball, an cup (for all catchers) and a water bottle
  • PLAYERS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN BATTING HELMETS. (Except T-ball they are provided for the team to use)
  • 15 YEAR OLD HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS ARE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE AT THE REC LEVEL, BUTmay be restricted in pitching.
  • PLAYER PITCHING WILL BEGIN AT THE 3RD 4TH GRADE LEVEL.

Registration Information

  • All registration is online!
  • $50 for T-ball and $100 per participant for Grades  in 1st-2nd ages  and older not  including "Clinic".

IMPORTANT NOTE: To ensure fair playing time for all participants, team sizes must be limited. Team placement will be done on a first come-first served basis. A waiting list will be maintained and new teams created if and when possible. 


  SOFTBALL:

  • Grades Kindergarten-1st-2nd (6-8 years old)

  • These teams are for first graders with at least one year playing experience and all second graders.

    This is a coach pitched league, only swung strikes and foul balls count as strikes. There are no walks.

    The 1st/2nd teams will typically have two games per week with games being scheduled on the weekends only when necessary.

    Participation trophies are awarded to all participants.
       
  • Grades 3 and above (ages 9-16)

    These teams are for all boys in 3rd grade and higher.

    Beginning at the Grade 3-4 Age 9/10 level, there is no coach pitching (with the exception of the coach assist after a pitcher has a count of 3 ball on a batter)

    Player evaluations are not required.

  • There are umpires for all games.

    Games are typically held one or two evenings per week with games being scheduled on the Saturday mornings only due to limited field availability during the week.

    There will be a tournament held at the end of the season for the participants in these age groups with trophies being awarded to the winners in all age groups.


Equipment

All players will receive a team visor, shirt, and socks that they may keep.

Players must provide their own softball shorts, a glove, a batting helmet, and a water bottle.

PLAYERS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN BATTING HELMETS.
 
PLAYER PITCHING WILL BEGIN AT THE 3RD 4TH GRADE LEVEL.

 

Registration Information

Michelle O'Reilly is the commissioner 

$100 per participant for Grades 3-4 ages  and older (checks to be made payable to 7th District Rec Council) 



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