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2018 Registration Information


When:
Saturday, January 20, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Southington High School Cafeteria
Saturday, February 3, 2018,  9:00 AM - 1:00 PM, Southington High School Cafeteria


What To Bring:
A Birth Certificate with raised seal must be presented at the time of registration for ALL players. Parent or legal guardian must present three forms of proof of address (a valid Government issued photo ID card, a federal/state/local tax bill and a utility bill showing your address). 

Fees (2 player max):
Challengers (all ages): $40.00 per Child ($35 if registered & paid before January 19, 2018)
Players 4 to 7 years old: $100.00 per Child  ($95 if registered & paid before January 19, 2018)
Players 8 to 9 years old: $135.00 per Child  ($130 if registered & paid before January 19, 2018)
Players 10 to 12 years old: $150.00 per Child ($145 if registered & paid before January 19, 2018)
Players 13 to 16 years old: $160.00 per Child ($155 if registered & paid before Janaury 19, 2018)
2015 Southington North Baseball Divisions

All children ages 4 and above as of August 31, 2017 are eligible to register. More information is available on our web site or by contacting any Board of Directors member.

Evaluations:

Evaluations will be held at DePaolo Middle School for 8 to 12 year olds per the below schedule. Only players and coaches can be present during evaluations for players ages 8 to 12.

Saturday, March 3rd 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (schedule of time slots to be published soon)

Sunday, March 4th 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (schedule of time slots to be published soon)


Evaluations for Junior League & Senior League will be at Massarelli Field, TBD

In accordance with Little League regulations, players age 9 through 12, not already on a Major League team, MUST try out or provide a written excuse to the SNB Board of Directors. Each player must attend at least 50% of the tryouts to be eligible. We highly recommend that players attend both days.

However, even though a player participates in evaluations, a parent can choose to NOT have their son / daughter move up to the next level. This can commonly occur for 9 & 10 year olds who do not want to play in majors. Just make a board member aware at sign-ups or the day of evaluations. If you have questions, please ask a member of the board.

The primary goal is to make baseball as much fun possible for each and every player by having players play at their appropriate level based on current ability.

Draft:

Major League Draft will be TBD.

Junior League Draft will be held on TBD.