Penn Manor Youth Baseball & Softball Association: Welcome

Tuesday, March 18

Penn Manor Youth Baseball & Softball Association


 

Spring 2014 Baseball and Softball Registration Dates

Additional Registration Opportunities

 

 

Thursday, January 23, 2014 - 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Marticville Middle School

(January 23rd Registration Cancelled) 

Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 8:30 AM to Noon at Conestoga Elementary School

Saturday, February 1, 2014 - 8:30 AM to Noon at Conestoga Elementary School


Informational Brochure are available in Handouts Section

 Baseball and Softball Registration Forms (along with Registration Fees) are available for download from the Handout Section

 

Be sure to "Like" our Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/PMYBSA


LITTLE LEAGUE PUBLISHES BAT RESOURCE WEBSITE

Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information. Go to http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/baseballbatinfo.htm to find the latest bat information, including the current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.

Our organizations offer baseball and softball for children residing in the Penn Manor School District, (and for Little League for adjoining areas if they do not have a Little League program), ages 5 through 19.

LEVELS OF PLAY

For 2013 we anticipate having teams at the following levels:

BASEBALL

PMLL T-ball: This level is for 5 & 6 year olds who do not have any prior experience.  To the extent possible, teams are school-based. Contact Jared Adelman adelman.jared@gmail.com

PMLL Rookies: This level is made up of some 8 year olds, most 7 year olds & 6 year olds with a year’s experience in T-ball.  This is a coach-pitch level; scores are not kept and the focus is on instruction and fun.  To the extent possible, teams are school-based.  For questions regarding T-Ball or Rookie levels, contact Jared Adelman adelman.jared@gmail.com 

PMLL Minors Division: We break down two levels of Minors: AA and AAA.  The age make-up of these levels depends on the number of registrations and relative skill levels of the players.  Typically, AA is made up of a few 7 year olds, all 8 year olds & some 9 year olds.  The AA level is the first level at which kids pitch to kids and scores are kept.  An in-house All-Star game is played for AA.

AAA is made up of some 9 year olds, most 10 year olds & a few 11 year olds.  At AAA our teams play each other and teams from neighboring Little Leagues.  All-Star teams are formed for 9, 10 & 11 year olds, which participate in post-season tournaments contact Bill Hess willis1974@comcast.net

PMLL Majors/Travel Division: The vast majority of 11 and 12 year olds, along with a few 10 year olds, will play in this division.  It is anticipated that all teams will travel.  This is the level from which an all-star team is formed that will participate in Little League tournaments.  The eventual champions of several tournaments play in the Little League World Series at Williamsport.  For questions regarding Minors or Majors levels, contact Steve Sensenich skbl30@comcast.net.

12U Travel Team:  We will enter one team in Section 1 of the County League.  This will be a select team of 11-12 year olds. For questions for 12U Travel Contact Brian Snyder at 475-6483 or snydermbbe@comcast.net

14U Travel Teams:  This level is for 13 & 14 year olds.  12 year olds who are in 7th grade have the option of playing at this level.  In 2013, we will place a select team in Section1 of the Junior Midget level of the County League.  All remaining players will be drafted and placed on appropriate level teams.  For questions for 14U Contact Brian Snyder at 475-6483 or snydermbbe@comcast.net

16U Travel Team:  This team is comprised of 15 & 16 year olds and competes in Section 1 (School league) in Lancaster County. The season lasts from mid-May through the end of July.

American Legion Program

18U Travel Team: The American Legion team starts after the high school season is over and is played from mid-May through the end of July.  This team is typically comprised of 17 & 18 year olds with some exceptions.  For questions regarding Midget team or American Legion Program, contact Brian Snyder at 475-6483 or snydermbbe@comcast.net

SOFTBALL

***ASA SOFTBALL PROGRAM*** (ages are as of 12/31/2012)

Age 5  - Girls age 5 will participate in T-ball with the boys

8U--Instructional:  Girls ages 6-8 will participate in a coach-pitch softball league.  We do travel and will play approximately 12 games throughout the year.

10U ASA:  Fast pitch softball program for 9-10 year-old girls (and qualifying 8 year-olds).  We do travel and play approximately 12 games during the season.

12U ASA: Fast pitch softball program for 11-12 year-old girls.  We do travel and play approximately 12 games during the season.

14U ASA: Fast pitch softball program for 13-14 year-old girls.  We do travel and play approximately 12 games during the season.

Our softball program has joined the Donegal/Rheems ASA League.

This league is comprised of 14 teams throughout the county.  Includes paid umpires.   

 For questions regarding softball contact

Mike Greineder - 669-6626 or mike.greineder@gmail.com

or

Jason Curtis at 917-4609 or curt7274@yahoo.com 

For General Information Regarding the Penn Manor Youth Baseball and Softball Association:

7 - 12 years old: Email Scott Moore - pmybsa.moore@comcast.net

13 - 18 years old:  Brian Snyder - 475 - 6483 - snydermbbe@comcast.net

Thank you for your support!!!!!!!

League Presidents:

Brian Snyder, President, PMYBSA  snydermbbe@comcast.net

Scott Moore, President, PMLL  pmybsa.moore@comcast.net

PMYBSA is a non-profit, community based organization providing baseball and softball for players in grades K thru 12 who reside in the Penn Manor School District, Lancaster County Pennsylvania. The program is structured to provide a wide range of playing options from an in-house league, to combination in-house/travel, to competitive travels teams. The philosophy of the program is based on the belief that baseball and softball can be used to teach life lessons within a structured sports environment.