When are the baseball and softball seasons?
Fall Baseball Season
Become my child's Team Parent?
First, please, communicate your interest to your child's coach. please register yourself as a volunteer under your account. Next, e.mail firstname.lastname@example.org (include division/team/coach's name) to gain access to your child's team page.
Get our team uniforms?
Your child's coach should distribute pants, socks, and hats at one of the first practices. Please check pant sizes immediately and notify your Coach or Team Parent if you need another size. A pant exchange will happen during the Team Parent Meeting at 6pm on Tuesday, February 15 at Dove Library Auditorium. This is when team jerseys will be distributed.
Find info on banner companies that support LCYO?
The League is fortunate to have two generous sponsors that support our organization. Please consider Cousin's Signs and Sign-a-Rama when considering a team banner.
Volunteer to coach?
Directly contacting the Director of your child's division via email (Directors page) to express your interest in becoming a Manager or assistant coach is the best route to be considered.
Sponsor a team?
Being a non profit organization and run by 100% volunteers, LCYO is dependant upon two sources of revenue to properly run and administer the league. Along with registration fees from the players, team sponsorships from local companies are needed every Spring season and greatly appreciated. Please visit our Sponsor page and click on the "Your Logo Here" to review the various sponsorship levels or email our Sponsor Director (see Director page)
Become an umpire?
LCYO's Junior and Adult Umpire program provides both our youth (13 yrs old minimum) and adults with the ability to learn the craft of umpiring. Along with an orientation meeting in December, Spring umpires are provided with classroom instruction (x3) and field instruction (x2) from our Umpire Chief, Mr. Bill Kemp, during the month of January. To properly learn the rules, positioning, command of the game, and other attributes of umpiring that makes one successful on the diamond, LCYO will pay for your instruction. Being an umpire with LCYO is a paid job, it is taken seriously and we'll make sure you are well supported with this instruction and ongoing feedback. If interested, please contact Mr. Kemp at billkemp(at)umpire4hire(dotcom).
Team's completed Medical Release Form (MRF)?
All medical release details are part of the registration process. Coaches should have a completed copy of the MRF with them at all times on the field. The League no longer requires that copies of the forms be faxed to LCYO.