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Challenger Division

Register for our Challengers Division today!

Our Spring 2023 Registration is now open for our Challengers Division!

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Our Challengers division is for those with special needs or different abilities.
Please read below for all the details of this division!

We are so proud to have our Challengers Division! If you know anyone interested in this program please contact Jim Gann via our CONTACT US page, or just register today!! We'd love to have you and your families join us! 

Our goal with the Challengers is not only to provide a baseball experience, but to also help mainstream them into everyday life whenever possible. So the Challenger Division is just another division in our Little League.

• Did you know our division is for ages 5+ with NO MAXIMUM AGE LIMIT?

• Did you know our league, along with local sponsors, provide this league to families at no cost!

Anyone who wants to participate as a Challenger Buddy are always welcome!
Please reach out to Jim on our
Contact Page

Our Challenger athlete's, family and friends greatly appreciate when our community supports these true champions! 



For kids with special needs ages 5 up through 17.  Non-competitive.  Rules are designed for fun and not competition.  We don’t count runs, outs, balls and strikes.  Every kids bats successfully…by hitting a coached pitched ball or a ball placed on a batting tee.  If needed, parents or coaches can assist batting and help the player move from base to base to cross home plate. Game typically last about 60 minutes.


For players with special needs ages 15 and up. Non-competitive.  There is no upper age limit.  The rules are the same as the younger Challengers.  (Players 15, 16 and 17 can opt to play in either Challengers or Senior Challengers)


Competitive version of Challenger Baseball for players 15 years and up. Runs, outs, balls and strikes are counted.  Safety is the main concern for this league. In order to participate in the Majors a player must have the ability to:

  • Participate without one on one supervision in practices, drills and games
  • Be able to follow verbal instruction
  • Be able to react to baseballs hit directly at the player by catching, blocking or getting out of the way.
  • Be able to hit a coach pitched baseball without assistance.    

Because of safety concerns a player must be evaluated by coaches or managers to join the Majors.