Which Division is YOUR Child in This Year?
Our player divisions are broken down by age. The cutoff dates are: Girls-Dec. 31, 2013. Boys-Apr. 30. 2014
Here are our divisions:
Foal - 3 and 4 year olds (the age cutoff for Foals is the April 30 cutoff for both boys and girls)
Shetland - 5 and 6 year olds
Pinto 7 -7 year olds
Pinto 8 - 8 year olds
Mustang - 9 and 10 year olds
Bronco - 11 and 12 year olds
Pony - 13 - 16 year olds
6U Softball - 5 and 6 year olds
8U Softball - 7 and 8 year olds
10U Softball - 9 and 10 year olds
12U Softball - 11 and 12 year olds
16U Softball - 13 to 16 year olds
Player Evaluations for Spring Season
Your child must be signed up to be evaluated. Why do we evaluate your player? Evaluations are necessary for placement among teams so the league can maintain a level of consistency and fair competition. Any registered player NOT evaluated is not guaranteed team placement.
Foal and Shetland do not attend evaluations. Please arrive for your evaluation in practice-ready attire. It's a good idea to bring your glove and a bat and to wear your cleats.
Evaluations will be held Saturday, January 11 and Saturday, January 18, 2014 at Noble Creek Park ball fields, details to be announced.
Many of you have emailed questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we appreciate your patience as we work to reply to them. Those emails are read and forwarded to the appropriate board member to handle and if you haven't gotten an answer to your question, check out our FAQ page on the tab at the left, where a lot of information was just added - you can find many answers there to questions we've been asked more than a few times.
Who's on the board?
There are some new names on the list of Board of Directors for BYBSB. Go to the BYB Board of Directors and Contact Info page to see the new list, created after the election and board meeting August 21, 2012.
High School Athletics
Wondering what's going on at the high school level? Here's a link to Beaumont High School's athletics page - CLICK HERE FOR LINK.
Practice, practice, practice!
Moms and dads, unless your child is an all-star and already back in the swing of being on a team, PLEASE remember how important it is for your child to maintain his skills through the off-season. Go play catch, throw them some ground balls, run a drill you saw their coach practice with them. Maximize your child's progress by practicing with them. It'll be worth it for both of you! Just IMAGINE next season!