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What new policies and guidelines has SCLL adopted for the Summer 2020 season?
scll covid-19 safety requirements for coaches players and umpires.pdf
scll parent and spectator guidelines.pdf

What are the prices for the 2021 season?

Majors and Minors prices are the same as last year $150.
Pee Wee prices were reduced to $100.
There is a multiplayer discount for families that have more than one child in pee wee, minors or majors ($50 discount/child).
Majors and minors has a $25/ per kid early bird registration until the end of the year.
Tee ball prices have remained the same $50.

What if we can not afford the registration fee?  State College Little League will not turn away any child that wishes to play little league baseball, but can't due to financial need. We take these cases one family at a time, working with the families that have the need for help. If you have any concerns or questions about registration fees, please don't hesitate to contact the league president or the registration coordinator.

Why do I have both tee ball and pee wee options available for my league age 6 child, and which one should I choose?
League age 6 year olds are eligible for either tee ball or pee wee for the spring 2020 season.  SCLL recommends that each child plays at  least 1 year of tee ball.  If they have played one year of tee ball and can catch, throw, and hit the ball off of the coach pretty consistently, then they may be ready for pee wee.  If you answered no to any of these three skills then they will likely have more success in tee ball.  NOTE also that tee ball is only $50 compared to $100 for pee wee.

Why do I have both pee wee and minors options available for my league age 8 child, and which one should I choose?
League age 8 year olds are eligible to try out for the minors division.  That doesn't mean that they will be in minors for sure, first they must be present at the minors tryout, and then have to be drafted to a team.  There are several factors that determine whether they are drafted onto a minors team.  The main consideration of course are the 8 year olds going to be safe in minors.  Depending on the number of teams, players per team, and 9, 10, and 11 year olds, there may be a limited number of slots for 8 year olds.  ***If your child doesn't make a minors team, or misses the tryout, they will be put into the pee wee division and be assigned to a team there.

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