Online registrations close March 4th for Majors and AAA.
Final registrations for Majors/AAA is March 5th at tryouts. Late sign-ups for Majors will be added to the waitlist and will not be placed on a team unless a roster spot opens up due to the release of a player. AAA placement will be dependent on available spots.
Final registrations close March 16th for Tee Ball, Single A, and Double A.
Local League Boundaries - What Parents Need to Know
Since its inception, a primary focus of Little League® has been to provide a healthy activity for kids to enjoy alongside their friends. It was clear back in 1939 that parents preferred that family-and-friend style of activity, where those within the community could gather and interact with each other while watching their children have fun with their friends. That close-knit preference has not diminished in over seven decades, but as communities have changed, so has Little League, providing parents the option to enroll their children in the league where they reside or where they go to school.
One of the key differences that sets Little League apart from many other youth organizations is our boundary regulations, which are specifically designed to maintain that community, hometown spirit. As registrations are underway from coast to coast and beyond, it’s important for parents to better familiarize themselves with these regulations, so they understand exactly what Little League Baseball® and Little League Softball® offer to kids, families, and communities. Read more here.