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  1. LEAGUE:
  2. AGE QUALIFICATIONS:
    • 6U – 06/01/2013 to 01/02/2011
    • 8U – 01/01/2011 to 01/02/2009
    • 10U – 01/01/2009 to 01/02/2007
    • 12U – 01/01/2007 to 01/02/2005
    • 14U – 01/01/2005 to 01/02/2003
  3. GAMES & PRACTICES: (All Teams Have Some Away Game Travel)
    • 6U – Sat (Time to be determined) w/ optional Mon practices
    • 8U – Wed (6-7:30p)/Sat (Time TBD)
    • 10U – Tues/Thurs (6-8p), Optional Sat practice
    • 12U – Mon/Wed (6-8p), Optional Sat practice
    • 14U – Tues/Thurs (6-8p), Optional Sat practice
    • Playoffs - June
  4. UNIFORMS:
    • 6U:
      • T-Shirt (included in registration)
      • Black Shorts (Sold at Registration, also available in our Online Store or bought on your own)
    • 8U/10U/12U/14U:
      • Jersey and Royal Blue Softball Socks (included in registration)
      • Black Softball Pants and Royal Blue Belt (Sold at Registration, also available in our Online Store or bought on your own)
  5. AGE LEVEL DESCRIPTION:
    • 6U – Tee-ball turning to Coach Pitch
      • Glove and Cleats required
      • Practice - Parent and Player on Softball Fundamentals
      • Scrimmages – Players go one base at a time going through the batting order with last batter running the whole way home each inning
    • 8U – Coach pitch and if they cannot hit the ball the batter get the Tee
      • Uses a 10” Incrediball Softball
      • Glove and cleats required
      • Games – Players go one base at a time and outs count. Either 3 outs or 5 runs each inning
    • 10U – Player Pitch with Coach pitch after 4 balls, NO TEE. Major and Minor levels.
      • Uses a 11” softball
      • Glove and Cleats required
      • Games – Players may steal any base after pitcher releases the ball except third base to home. Either 3 outs or 5 runs.
    • 12U – Player Pitch with A and B levels
      • Uses a 12” softball
      • Glove and Cleats required
      • Games – Players may steal any base. Either 3 outs or 5 runs
    • 14U – Player Pitch with A and B Levels
      • Uses a 12” softball
      • Glove and Cleats required 
      • Games – Players may steal any base. Either 3 outs or 5 runs. 14U-A has no run limit
    • Age Level Waivers
      • Required to move a player from their age group to the next higher age group
      • This is age specific not region specific
      • Parental Consent is needed
      • Coach and Commissioner consent is needed
  6. Provided  Equipment:
    • 6U- Bats, Helmets, and Balls
    • 8U/10U/12U/14U- Bats, Helmets, Catching Equipment and Balls
    • You may also get your own Equipment
  7. Recommended Personal  Protective Equipment(10U/12U/14U):
    • Mouth Piece or Defensive Mask
    • Sliding Shorts
    • Batting Gloves
    • Sunglasses
  8. Parent  Expectations:
    • 100% Volunteer  Organization
      • Field Clean-Up
      • Concession Stand
      • Fundraising
      • Tournaments
    • Show  Good Sportsmanship- Sportsmanship contract (player/parent)
    • Sponsorship Opportunities – Family, Friends and Businesses
  9. Volunteers:
    • All Families are required to work in the Concession Stand (it will be your job to find a replacement or switch with another family if you cannot make your scheduled time)
    • If  you do not make your shift your coach will be notified and your child will sit the that entire game
    • You must be 18 years of age to work the “Back of the House” in the Concession Stand around hot or dangerous equipment but you can be 11 years old to work the “Front of the House” with parental vision
    • Concession Stand Profit goes directly to softball so let’s make it a great year
  10. Fundraising
    • Sub Sale April/May
      • Each player will be required to sell a minimum of 15 subs, sandwiches or frozen goods, unless you have multiple children (2  player = 25 subs)
      • If you choose to Opt-out, it is $40.00 a player or $60.00 for more than one player in the family. Opt-out does not crossover to other sports within the RAA Organization.
    • Tournament – June 9th & 109th for 10U/12U 
  11. Field Work Days:
    1. Dates
      • Saturday, March & April 
    2. Typical Jobs
      • Raking/Dragging Fields
      • Adding Diamondtex
      • Storm Cleanup
      • Check pitching rubbers
      • Painting/Staining
      • Sponsorships Signs
      • Repairs
      • Clean Barn and Concession Stand
      • Tractors
      • Other Misc. Tasks
    3. Rheems Complex
      • Fields 1, 2, 3, 4
      • Barn
      • Sheds
      • Concession Stand
      • Field box’s
  12. Important dates:
    • Open Gyms (Pitchers/Catchers) - in Elizabethtown Middle School Gym
      • Mondays and Wednesday evenings from 7pm – 9pm
      • February 13, 15, 20, 22, 27
      • March 1
    • 12U/14U  Evaluations – Sat., March 3 (Elizabethtown Middle School Gym)
      • TIMES TBD
    • Opening Day and Pictures - TBD
    • DRGSL Season Begins (Games)
      • 6U/8U/10U/12U - TBD
      • 14U-TBD
    • DRGSL Playoffs Begins- TBD (10U/12U/14U)
    • DRGSL Championships- Rheems Softball Complex
      • TBD