In-House Baseball & Softball Leagues

Baseball

League Vice President 

Marty Graves
P: 630-240-7197
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • The Pre-Kindergarten Coed T-Ball League has been established for the purpose of introducing both boys and girls to organized t-ball. Players are taught the rules of the game, basic skills, teamwork, and good sportsmanship with a focus on having fun. Participants registering for this program must be 5 years old on or by September 1, 2024 or entering Kindergarten in Fall 2024. A total of 8 games will be played. You will be notified by your childs coach mid-May.
  • PreK T-Ball Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President 

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League Details

  • The intent is to teach the basic rules of baseball without pitching and with emphasis on fun, teamwork and sportsmanship. A lightweight Little League ball is used. Games and/or practices are held two or three days a week. Player must have been in Kindergarten during the 2023/2024 school year.
  • T-Ball (Kindergarten) Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President 

Mike Trivelli
P: 630-392-0103
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • The tee is removed and the focus is on teaching the basic rules of baseball through coach pitch and modified player pitch. A team player catches behind the plate. Players must have been in first grade during the 2023/2024 school year.
  • Stallion Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Aaron Zoeller
P: 630-818-5123
E: [email protected]

League Details:

  • Players hit pitches from players and coaches. Emphasis on batting (no walks allowed), fun, teamwork and sportsmanship. Players must have been in second grade during the 2023/2024 school year.
  • Pinto Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Sam Rea
P: 630-605-0900
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • Players learn the rules of the game, develop skills, provide an opportunity for fun and to teach teamwork and sportsmanship. Emphasis is on developing skills of the game at the Mustang level. Games are six innings. League includes teams from neighboring communities.
  • Mustang League Supplemental Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Paul David
P: 630-205-2521
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • Players learn the rules of the game, develop skills, provide an opportunity for fun and to teach teamwork and sportsmanship. Live base stealing is introduced for the first time. League includes teams from neighboring communities.
  • Bronco Supplemental Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Steve Chmelik
P: 630-728-8037
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • The Pony level is a competitive league. It is recommended that players should have been involved in organized baseball prior to entering this league. High school students must register for Colt League. League includes teams from neighboring communities.
  • Pony Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Fred Schlick
P: 630-408-3081
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • Open to current high school freshmen and sophomores (cannot have turned 17 before May 1, 2024). Colt teams are members of the North Suburban Youth Baseball Association and travel to different communities for away games. Players who expect to play on their high school’s summer baseball team are welcome to join. It is anticipated that most games are played on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays so as not to conflict with high school summer league play.
  • Please see coach for supplemental rules.

League Vice President

Fred Schlick
P: 630-408-3081
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • Open to current high school juniors and seniors (cannot have turned 19 before May 1, 2024). Palomino teams are members of the North Suburban Youth Baseball Association and travel to different communities for away games. Players who expect to play on their high school’s summer baseball team are welcome to join. It is anticipated that most games will be played on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays so as not to conflict with high school summer league play.
  • Please see coach for supplemental rules.

Softball

League Vice President

Myles Hoffman
P: 630-738-7761
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • The Instructional League is a “Modified T-Ball” league and has been established as a transitional step between the “Pre-K Coed T-Ball” and “A” Leagues. The objective is to prepare players for the transition from hitting the ball off the tee to hitting a “Coach” pitched ball. If the player is unable to hit the pitched 11” Softie ball, the tee is used. The league is limited to those players in kindergarten and first grade during the 2023/2024 school year. This league, like pre-kindergarten Coed T-Ball, is considered to be an introduction to the fundamentals of organized softball.
  • Instructional League Supplemental Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Myles Hoffman
P: 630-738-7761
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • The “A” League has been established as a transitional step from “coach” pitch to “player” pitch. The objective is to continue skill development of all players in all positions with additional focus on the fundamentals of “pitching” and “catching.” During the first half of the season, coaches will pitch all innings of the game. During the second half of the season, a player will pitch (with partial coach pitch during games as needed). The 11” Softie Ball will be used. League is limited to players in second grade during the 2023/2024 school year.
  • “A” League Supplemental Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Kristen Moore
P: 773-366-0780
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • This exciting 11” fast-pitch league has been established to introduce players to pitching the entire game. Emphasis will be on teaching how to play, appreciate, and respect the game of organized softball in an enjoyable environment of teamwork, healthy competition, and good sportsmanship. Key focus is on continued skill development of all players in all positions and the introduction to strategies of bunting and stealing bases. The league is limited to players in the third and fourth grade during the 2023/2024 school year. League includes teams from neighboring communities. Players have the option of trying out for the 10U Wheaton Bobcats (postseason tournament team) and the 10U Wheaton Wildcats (full-time travel team).
  • “AA” League Supplemental Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Don Muff
P: 847-340-7130
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • This electrifying 12” fast-pitch league is the turning point in our softball program. There are no restrictions holding players back, so they start to realize their potential! Key focus is on enhanced skill development and official game strategies for players in all positions. The league is limited to players in fifth and sixth grade during the 2023/2024 school year. League includes teams from neighboring communities. Players have the option of trying out for the 12U Wheaton Bobcats (postseason tournament team) and the 12U Wheaton Wildcats (full-time travel team).
  • “AAA” League Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Jeff Burton
P: 847-513-1734
E: [email protected]

Description

  • This exhilarating 12” fast-pitch league is where everything comes together. Players identify their skill strengths and start to master them. Key focus is on increasing enhanced skill development and game strategies unique to fast-pitch softball preparing players for competitive high school play. The league is limited to players in the seventh and eighth grades during the 2023/2024 school year. League includes teams from neighboring communities. Players have the option of trying out for the 14U Wheaton Bobcats (postseason tournament team) and the 14U Wheaton Wildcats (full-time travel team).
  • Major Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Brian Fahrman
P: 630-733-9433
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • This upbeat 12” fast pitch league is all about fun. Friends and siblings with varying skill levels play together and against each other simply for the excitement and enjoyment of the game. The league is limited to players in the ninth through twelfth grades during the 2023/2024 school year. League includes teams from neighboring communities.
  • High School Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Paul Tarman
P: 630-805-3191
E: [email protected]

League Details

  • This enthusiastic 12” fast-pitch recreational league is all about pure love of the game. It is for all skill levels of women ages 19 and over wanting to play and share the passion for fast-pitch softball. League includes teams from neighboring communities.
  • 19 & Over Supplementary Rules (PDF)
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