Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When does the league start and how long does it run?
Leagues start January 7, 2017 and run until February 25, 2017, with championship games ending the first week of March. The number of games played for the season are subject to weather conditions and emergencies that are beyond the leagues control.
What is the cost to play?
The cost again this year is
$75 per student before October 1, 2016
$85 per student before November 1, 2016
$95 per student before December 1, 2016
$105 after December 1, 2016
Families receive a $10 discount for each sibling registered in the league.
Where will open sign-ups take place?
Registration Forms will be distributed at the schools, and will be available online. We will also be out and about around the town if you’d like to stop and see us, click on the Registration link for more details!
What is the deadline for signing up?
Registration is due by November 21, 2016.
Late registrations will be accepted if space allows up through December 17, 2016.
How will I receive confirmation about my child?
Once a child is placed on a team, it is then up to the coach to call and confirm. Coaches will receive their team rosters November 21.
What ages do you provide leagues for?
Leagues are provided for boys and girls K – 6th grade.
How do I know what size uniform to order?
Shirts and shorts come in youth and adult sizes and the shorts have an adjustable stretch waistband along with a drawstring.
Can I ask that my child be placed with a friend?
There is a place on the application allowing you to request one other friend to play with.
Do you need coaches?
We always are in need of coaches. There are times we have enough for a league but we are usually contacting parents to see if they are interested. If you have any interest at all, please sign up on the coach’s line of the application. Your child will be placed with you.
What day and time do the leagues play?
The competitive leagues (4th-6th grades) will play on Thursday/Friday night. Younger students play early Saturday morning to afternoon and older students play afternoon and into the evening.
Where are games played?
Instructional games will be played at various elementary schools, and the competitive leagues will play in the middle schools.
Why do younger leagues only meet one time per week?
There are two objectives that influence this decision. Number one, this has been one of the largest rec leagues in central Ohio, and the limited space that we have dictates our playing time. Secondly, a large majority of our parents have appreciated it being a once per week program. Most parents feel this is enough for their child during the winter months.
Why don’t the older leagues have more practices?
Again, we utilize all the space we have and parents of competitive aged children feel that one practice and one game per week is sufficient.