Today's date is
As a reminder, the first place to check for
field conditions/game status for practices
and games is facebook.com/BYSA83
3 March 2021: Beginners & Kindergarten
Leagues will play
Wiffle Ball! Wiffle Ball is divided into
Beginner’s league for 3-4 years old
(Pre-K) at start of the season.
Kindergarten league for 5-6 years old
(Older Pre-K/completed K) at start of
The objectives are to teach the
fundamentals of softball, teamwork, and
sportsmanship. Games are approx. 50
minutes long, using wiffle balls and bats.
Generally, there will be 8 players
assigned to a team provided parents are
willing to coach. Everyone plays the
entire game. Parents pitch and instruct
players. Batters are not required to wear
helmets but may do so if they choose. An
umpire is provided by BYSA. Games are
played weekdays only; no weekend games.
Parents are encouraged to call
937-422-4949 to discuss individual
circumstances, especially the option of
playing up into 1/2 Rookie league for
BYSA is gearing up for its 38th season.
Registration forms will be available by
March 4 at the preschools / kindergarten /
elementary schools and also at the library
and city buildings. You can also request
the forms by emailing
May 1: Last day that play-withs can be
guaranteed. Last day to save $5.00 (late
fee will be added after this date)
May 1-12: Teams being formed and coaches
notified of meetings
May 13-21: Coaches' meeting- League
coordinators will notify coaches which
day to attend
May 14-22: Coaches contact players after
the meeting and provide parents
practice/game info, etc
May 17-June 4: Practices are scheduled
at Lefty McFadden Youth Softball complex
in Rotary Park
- Week of June 7: Games start
August 5: Absolute last day of season
SPECIAL NEED: BYSA is looking for
one or more persons who have website
development skills (i.e. WordPress) and
is/are willing to help improve and
preferrably upgrade the BYSA
website. If interested please
email Steve Robinson at Steve@beavercreeksoftball.com.
BYSA Code of Conduct
(click here for a Word version)
(click here for a larger Web version)
As a Parent/Guardian, I recognize that
parents/guardians are the most important role models for
their children, and that sports help to develop a sense
of teamwork, self-worth, and sportsmanship. As such, I
agree to abide by the following:
Encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating
positive support for all players, coaches, fans, and
officials at games, practices and other sporting
Place the well-being of my child before any personal
desire to win.
Advocate a sports environment for my child that is
free of drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and abusive language,
and refrain from their use during youth sporting
Encourage my child to play by the rules and respect
the rights of other players, coaches, fans, and
As a Coach, I recognize that coaches are role
models for their team members and all participants
involved in the activity, and that sports help to
develop a sense of teamwork, self-worth and
sportsmanship. As such, I agree to abide by the
Place the emotional and physical well being of my
players ahead of a personal desire or external
pressure to win.
Do my best to provide a safe playing environment for
Lead by example by demonstrating fair play and
sportsmanship to all involved.
Provide a sports environment for my team that is free
of drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and abusive language and
refrain from their use at all sporting events.
Respect the game and league officials and communicate
with them in an appropriate manner.
Be knowledgeable of the league rules and regulations,
and teach these rules to all players on my
Encourage my team members to play by the league rules
and respect the rights of other players, coaches,
fans, and officials.
Be responsible for my own behavior and also the
behavior of my assistant coaches, players, their
parents, and fans.
As a Player, I understand that I must follow
these rules to stay in good standing (For Teens, Majors,
and Seniors Leagues):
Respect the game, play fairly, and follow its rules
Show respect for authority to the officials of the
game and of the league.
Demonstrate good sportsmanship before, during, and
Help parents and fans understand the league
philosophy so they can watch and enjoy the
Be courteous to opposing teams and treat all players
and coaches with respect.
Be modest when successful and be gracious in
Respect the privilege of the use of public
Refrain from the use of drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and