Diamond Council offers a Fall Ball season each year. Games begin the last of August and finish the first of October. We offer recreational and competitive leagues. Registration period is July 1-31st. To register for the fall leagues, please go to Registration.
Coaches may pre-select their entire roster keeping in mind this is a recreational league. Players not pre-selected for a team will be placed on teams needing additional players. Pre-selected teams with less than 12 players, your teams may be filled out with additional players as needed by your league coordinator. Coaches, if you have a pre-selected team or players, please email your league coordinator or Debbie Jameson your player list.
Teams will play 2 games per week, Monday through Friday. Nights of play cannot be accommodated for recreational leagues. We reserve the right to change the scheduling as needed to acommodate the number of teams in the league. If needed leagues may be combined in the younger divisions, example 5 & 6 yr olds or 6 yr old boys and girls.
Divisions may be combined if needed. (Example 4 & 5 yr olds)
Recreational Leagues (Coed)
4 Yr old PreK Tball – Preschool (Coed) (4 yrs by December 1)
5 Yr old PreK and Kindergarten Tball/coach pitch (Coed) (5 yrs by Aug 1)
Fall Leagues Cost
4-8 yr Olds – 10 Scheduled Games; 8 Games Guaranteed – $90
9 & Older – 10 Games Scheduled; 8 Games Guaranteed – $115
$20 Late fee after July 31st.
Recreational Leagues (Boys)
1st/2nd Grade Boys – Coach Pitch
3rd/4th Grade Boys – Kid Pitch
5th/6th Grade Boys
7th/8th Grade Boys
Recreational Leagues (Girls)
1st/2nd Grade Girls – Coach Pitch
3rd/4th Grade Girls – Kid Pitch (6 pitches) / Coach Pitch 2
5th/6th Grade Girls
7th/8th Grade Girls
Players trying out for Competitive Teams: (See our list of competitive team tryouts on the Bulletin Board: http://diamondcouncil.net/softball/comp-team-tryouts
We get the question many times, my child wants to tryout or a competitive team, but they don’t make the team, they want to play recreational, will be be charged a late fee if we decide to play recreational? The deadline for recreational is July 31st, and many team tryouts are in August. So here is our suggestion for those in these situations:
Any players that plan to attend team tryouts but are not sure that their player will make a competitive team, go through recreational registration and select pay by check to be sure your child is gets registered for recreational. If your child makes a competitive team, we will move thier registration over to competitive. It is the responsibility of the parent to notify us if their child will not be playing recreational so we can either delete their registration or move them to a competitive team roster. You can notify us vai email at firstname.lastname@example.org