Scroll down for a document with the schedule for opening ceremonies, exhibition games, photos, and the hit-a-thon, and a map.
On Sunday, February 25th, Rossy's Training will be hosting an Athletic Development Clinic, where athletes will work on sprinting, jumping, and reaction drills to help get them ready for the season ahead. With that, there will be competition for the athletes to play in and apply the new information they will be learning.
The athletes will learn a lot and most importantly, have fun.
See www.scottsvalleyll.org/clinics for details.
We added this question and answer to our FAQ:
How do I turn off "Don't forget your upcoming events!" emails?
SportsEngine (who makes the software that runs our website) has added a new feature that sends notification emails for team practices and games. Unfortunately they have not (yet) given us the ability to turn them off. Each parent or team manager must do this individually. Also unfortunately, they do not have a help page that explains how to do this. We're told for now that the best way to contact SportsEngine for instructions on turning these emails off is via online chat: go to their Contact Us page (https://help.sportsengine.com/customer/portal/emails/new) and click the START LIVE CHAT button. As soon as anything changes we will post an update.
Here is the Opening Day schedule:
and here is a map:
Online registration for the T-ball, AA, AAA, and Majors divisions is closed.
Online registration for Single-A remains open.
The Spring 2018 registration fee for T-ball is $90, and $175 for all other divisions. There is a $25 discount for each sibling in a division other than T-ball. (The T-ball registration fee is always $90.)
Go to scottsvalleyll.sportngin.com/register/form/723556684 or click on the link below to register.
To be placed on the wait list for T-ball, AA, AAA, or Majors, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Scotts Valley Little League has been organizing Little League baseball teams in Scotts Valley, California for 55 years. See our Frequently Asked Questions page, our Information for Parents page, and the other information pages.
We're always eager to help new volunteers learn to help us. See our Contact Us page.
We are part of the CA District 39 Little League.
Yes. Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented. Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018. See LittleLeague.org/batinfo and the EQUIPMENT tab on our FAQ page for details and more information.
As noted above, Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018. But you may not need to buy a new bat. SVLL will provide at least one new USABat for each team at each level. And we are considering requiring T-ball players use league-provided bats. (Stay tuned for an announcement when/if that becomes official.)
But since there is a high demand for new bats which meet the USA Baseball Bat standard, if you do want to purchase a new bat it may be best not to wait.
The SVLL 9-10 All-Stars beat Aptos 6-4 on July 1 to win the District 39 championship! They came from behind (down 4-2) in the sixth inning with a two-out rally to tie the game and then won the game in the seventh with a dramatic walk-off home run.
The AAA Angels beat Live Oak 9-4 on June 14 to win the District 39 Minors ToC Championship!
The SVLL 8-9 All-Stars beat Santa Cruz National 3-2 on June 13 to win the District 39 Little League Championship!
The age chart has been updated to reflect the league age for all Little League Baseball players based on the new league age determination date of August 31, 2018.
Little League Baseball players born between May 1 and August 31, 2005 will be grandfathered as league-age 12-year-olds for the 2018 season. More explanation of the history and adjustment of the League Age Determination Date is available on LittleLeague.org.
For Scotts Valley Little League, these are the age ranges for each division for Fall Ball 2017 and Spring 2018: