Clark County Baseball /
ball (co-ed – must be enrolled in kindergarten) 5,
6 years old
boys and girls 7,
8 years old
boys and Primary girls 9,
10 years old
boys and Pre-Teen girls 11,
12 years old
boys and Senior girls 13–15
age for girls is
January 1st of that playing year.
- A manager shall be
selected for each team, in each age bracket, by the officials of each
independent Association. The past
practices of each Association shall govern this selection procedure.
- Each manager shall be
permitted to select one (1) assistant coach prior to the draft, and that
assistant coach’s child will be assigned to that said managers
- If a manager elects to
choose a different assistant coach the following year, the previous years
assistant coach’s child shall be removed from that team and placed back
into the open draft, unless exception is granted by Enon
Girls Softball Officers)
- Managers may keep only
their child and their assistant coach’s child. (follow other procedures
- Brothers and /or
sisters are assigned to the same team unless otherwise requested by their
parents. This will be counted as
two (2) draft picks (consecutive rounds)
- All new registrants
will be placed in the open draft.
They will not be placed on specific teams at the parent’s request.
- All players who move up
in to a new age division must be entered into the open draft
- All players who remain
in the same age division will be assigned to their former team and a
manager will be selected for that team as stated above
- If a player wishes to
play for a different team, the players and his/her parents must appear
before the officers of their Association prior to the draft with a valid
reason in writing which may or may not be selected by the officers, and
/or they may sit out the entire season.
- The selection order
shall be determined by a coin toss or a number draw. If an expansion team is present, the
expansion team picks first.
- Once the selection
order is set, each manager will make their selections in the following
- Each manager receives
a first round draft pick
- The team with the
lowest amount of players selects until that team has an equal number of
players as the next lowest.
- Lowest equalized teams
select using the selection order until they are equal with the next team.
- Selection continues in
the same manner until all available players have been drafted.
- All managers are to
contact their players within one week of the time of the draft
- A late sign-up (anyone
signing up after the draft has been completed), will be accepted on with
the approval of the officers of that Association. (after official
registration dates waiting list is maintained in fast-pitch if teams are
“full” as stated in #2)
- Late sign-ups may be
refused when any age bracket is considered to have full teams and the
addition of more players would over burden the manager and their players
as voted by the officers of the Association.
Clarification: Define “over burden”
fast-pitch players that sign up on-time (that is on or before the last day of
official registration) will be guaranteed a spot. After that, late registration will not be
accepted once Fast-pitch rosters are at 13, unless exception is granted by the
officers where input from the coaches of the divisions will be considered.
- Late sign-ups that are
accepted will be assigned to teams using the following procedures:
- Returning players will
not be guaranteed their original team, and will be placed using the same
- All late sign-ups are
to be held until that end of a prescribed late period. Late sign-ups are not assigned to teams
- Late sign-ups can not
begin practice with any team until assigned by the officers of the
- Players are assigned
using a blind draw. All sign-up
papers are placed face down and using the same draft rotation, managers
shall select one player at a time until all players have been selected.
- Any age bracket with
only one late sign-up will have that player assigned to a team as voted
by the officers of the Association to create a fair and competitive
environment for all players
managers and assistant managers accept the responsibility of working with
children, they are expected to be accountable for their actions. If upon the recommendation of the officers of
a manager’s home association, the officers of the Clark County Baseball /
Softball Association may remove a manager from their duties if said manager is
found to be in constant violation of the following guidelines. In the event this should happen, the
assistant manager would take over the managerial duties of the said team for
the remainder of the season.
A. Unsportsmanlike conduct
B. Profane language
C. Umpire harassment
D. Smoking or chewing of
tobacco products during the practice or game
E. Possession of alcoholic
beverages on the premises
F. Performing duties under the
influence of drugs or alcohol
G. Not making an effort to
instruct the fundamentals of the game