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Rules of Play
Posted Mar 8, 2016

 

CCJBA Rule Book

 

JBO Rule Book

(JBO has voted to stay with BPF 1.15)

JBO will not adopt the USABat rule change for the 2019 season replacing the BPF 1.15 youth bats.

 

OCYS TBall & Rookies Rules of Play

 

 

 
Age Levels of Play
Posted Jan 15, 2016

Co-Ed T-Ball - Ages 5-6, Grades PreK-K

Pioneer Youth Sports' T-ball coaches will guide players through the fundamental basics of player positions, offense vs defense, hitting, throwing, & catching.  Through mountains of positive encouragement and exhausting fun! There are no assessments for this level.

Questions? Contact Russell Wilde, T-ball Coordinator

Rookies - Age 7-8 boys, Grades 1st & 2nd

Pioneer Youth Sports' Rookie coaches, with guidance from our Coach of Coaches mentorship team, will coach players through the essential skills of throwing, fielding, batting. Combined with introductions to coach pitch, sliding, base running and basic mechanics for every position. There are no assessments for this level.

Questions? Contact Eric Bean, President

Midgets - Age 9 & 10 boys, Grades 3rd & 4th 

We hold assessments before the season begins and place the youth on teams according to ability. The Midget division is divided into three levels of play. Federal is the most challenging and competitive level. American is mid-level in terms of competition. National is the entry level of competitive play.

Questions? Contact Eric Bean, President

Juniors - Age 11 & 12 boys, Grades 5th & 6th 

We hold assessments before the season begins and place the youth on teams according to ability. The Junior division is divided into three levels of play. Federal is the most challenging and competitive level. American is mid-level in terms of competition. National is the entry level of competitive play.

Questions? Contact Eric Bean, President

Seniors - Age 13 & 14 boys, Grades 7th & 8th

We hold assessments before the season begins and place the youth on teams according to ability. Federal is the most challenging and competitive level. American is mid-level in terms of competition, though kids are often at the Federal-level in ability. National is the entry level of competative play.

Questions? Contact Eric Bean, President

 
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