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Updated Monday April 30, 2018 by DC Everest Youth Baseball League.

Welcome to DCE Youth Baseball in North Central Wisconsin!

 

Registrations for the 2018 season is now CLOSED!!!

Registration will end March 10, 2018.

Late fee - $20 will be added if registering after March 10th.

 

AVAILABLE Leagues -  Based on current Grade Level:

 

  • Beginners T-Ball   Pre-K (Age 4-5)
    • Designed for Pre-K or kids entering T-ball for the 1st time.  
    • This intro league is to help teach players the game of baseball.
    • Tees will be used the entire season.
    • Played 1 game/week (Mon or Wed) at Machmueller Park in Weston
    • Season runs Mid May through end of June

 

  • Coach Pitch T-Ball    Kindergarten (Ages 5-6)
    • Coach Pitched T‐Ball League is generally for Kindergartners or kids that have an understanding of the general rules of baseball. 
    • They also are ready to have a coach pitch to them.  
    • Each team will bat through their entire order for each at- bat.
    • Players with 3 strikes will then hit from a tee.
    • Outs are via catches or play at a base.
    • Played 1-2 games/week (Tue and Thur) at Machmueller Park in Weston
    • Season runs Mid May through end of June

 

  • A Ball    1st Grade (Age 7)
    • Designed for 1st graders.
    • Will feature machine pitching from the mound, using a ball that is harder than a T‐Ball, but softer than a real baseball.
    • No walks, but can strike out & no catcher.
    • Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Gaska/Sunset Park/Machmueller
    • Season runs Mid May through the end of June

 

  • AA Ball       2nd Grade (Age 8)
    • Designed for 2nd graders.
    • League will feature machine pitching from the mound using a ball that is harder than a T‐Ball, but softer than a real baseball.
    • Regular baseball rules apply, including score keeping.
    • Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Gaska/Sunset Park/Machmueller
    • Season runs Mid May through the end of June

 

  • AAA Ball    3rd-4th Grade (Ages 9-10)
    • Designed for 3rd & 4th graders.
    • The Board will consider requests from parents of 5th & 6th graders with special needs who want to stay in AAA. Direct such requests to AAA League Commissioner.
    • Majority of the Majors League rules will be used.
    • ***All 3rd graders and 4th graders that did not play the previous year in AAA, are REQUIRED to attend the Evaluation Day (generally the following week after the Spring Clinic).  This is in an effort to distribute the talent across the teams and keep all the teams competitive.
    • Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Robinwood/River Street/Spring Street
    • Season runs last week in April through the end of June (Possibly beginning of July)

 

  • Majors   5th-6th Grade (Ages 11-12)
    • All 6th graders automatically play in the Majors. 
    • Most 5th graders move up to play Majors unless skills create a safety concern. 
    • ***All 5th graders and 6th graders that did not play the previous year in Majors, are REQUIRED to attend the Evaluation Day (generally the following week after the Spring Clinic).  This is in an effort to distribute the talent across the teams and keep all the teams competitive.
    • Played 2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Jones/George Street
    • Season runs last week in April through the end of June (Possibly beginning of July)

 

  • Babe Ruth     7th-9th Grade (Ages 13-15)
    • Players in grades 7th-9th will be in the Babe Ruth Junior League.
    • We expect to field about 6 Everest teams, plus teams from the surrounding areas.
    • League play will begin in mid May.
    • All players who register on time will be placed on a team.
    • Players are encouraged to attend spring clinics so coaches can evaluate skills.
    • Played 1-2 games/week (Sun-Thurs) at Kennedy/Kroenenwetter/Mosinee
    • Season runs last week in April through the end of June (Possibly beginning of July)

 

2019 Tournament Team Manager 9U-14U (head coach)

Registration is closed

This position is a very hands on, commitment is from November through August. Working with kids over the winter developing their skill sets. Additional commitment is needed throughout the spring and summer, during the week for practices and on the weekends for agreed upon tournaments both local and around the state.