Baseball/Softball

T-BALL

Co-ed T-Ball competes in the Auburn Ball Association League with Auburn, Dover, Eskridge and Harveyville.  Games are played on Saturday mornings.  Must be 4 years of age by May 1, 2012 and can not turn 5 prior to September 1, 2011.  If  5 prior to September 1, 2011, child must play novice.

Auburn Ball Association        Auburn Ball Association T-Ball Rules

 

 Baseball/Softball

The 5 to 16 years old compete in the Flint Hills League with Appanoose, Auburn, Carbondale, Eskridge, Harveyville, Lyndon, North Lyon County, Overbrook, Osage City, Scranton and West Franklin. 

 Flint Hills LeagueNational Federation of State High School Associations             FHL Rules

 
 
 
Novice Girls and Boys (5 & 6 years old)
  Girls can not turn 7 prior to Jan 1 and Boys can not turn 7 prior to May 1. It is recommended that players in this division have at least one year of experience in mastering T-ball skills. This is a coach pitch division where each player gets 5 pitches to get a hit or be put out.  
 
 
Advance Girls and Boys (7 & 8 years old)
  Girls can not turn 9 prior to Jan 1 and Boys can not turn 9 prior to May 1. This is a coach pitch division where each player gets 5 pitches to get a hit or be put out.  
 
 
Midget Girls and Boys (9 & 10 years old)
  Girls can not turn 11 prior to Jan 1 and Boys can not turn 11 prior to May 1. This is a kid pitch division with modified NFHS rules.  There are no walks for the girls; coaches enter after 4 balls assuming strike count to pitch to their own team.   
 
 
C-Girls and Pee Wee Boys (11, 12 & 13 years old)
  Girls can not turn 14 prior to Jan 1 and Boys can not turn 14 prior to May 1. This is a kid pitch division with modified NFHS rules.  
 
 
B-Girls and Little League Boys (14, 15 & 16 years old)
  Girls can not turn 17 prior to Jan 1 and Boys can not turn 17 prior to May 1. NFHS rules apply.  
 
 

Staff

Ball Director – Gretchen Vandevord
Concession Manager – Danielle Greenwood
Field Maintenance – Dakota Vandevord

 

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