Contact: Christine Stich Q&A
2015 Season Dates:
Registration opens March 2, 2015
June 8 & 9: Coaches Meeting
June 15,16 & 17: Games begin
July 6, 7 & 8: no games St. Dominic festival set-up
August 10, 11 & 12: Final games and Ice Cream Social
Choose the right night for your child's age group - New three night
Monday night T-ball: Children entering K4
Tuesday night T-ball: Children entering K5
Wednesday night Coach pitch: Children entering
Go to the "Leagues" button on the registration site home page.
Read the Q & A page,
as well as reading the information posted on the league page. It is
our top priority that everyone is happy with their
St. Dominic T-ball experience, so please make sure you read all the
information before registering.
Determine how you are
registering. There are three ways:
1. Individual: If you wish
to register as an individual, leave the Friend Request and Team
Request options blank.
2. Individual naming another individual
registrant to be paired with (please do not name someone on a
pre-formed team. This creates issues with team size, fairness, etc.)
If you would like to request a friend who is not already
planning to play on a specific team, enter that friend's name in the
field provided and leave Team Request Blank.
registering as part of a pre-formed team who knows the organizer or
manager name. Teams should aim for the new 12 person max. If you have
been invited to play as part of a team, leave Friend Request blank
and go to Team Request, filling in the organizer's last name.
Registration is not complete until the
$45 fee payment is processed.Includes 8 games, t-shirt, medal, framed
photo and ice cream social. This also includes easy and
convenient online payment.
schedules will be assigned later in the spring as information is
received. Details will be posted here, at
www.domsports.leagueapps.com, and sent by email.
The St. Dominic baseball league
is a great place for your child to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. During
the eight (8) week season, your child will learn the basics of baseball with an
emphasis on FUN, instead of competition. Children entering K-4 or K5 in
September will enjoy playing T-Ball while children entering 1st grade through
3rd grade in September play Coach Pitch.
Teams will meet once a week for 8 weeks. The games are played at the St.
Dominic Baseball Fields with alternating game times. Every effort is made to
make sure that siblings are together on the same team (if they are in the same
age group). Each team member receives a T-Shirt to wear during the games.
Everyone is welcome (boys and girls). You do not have to attend St. Dominic
school/church to play in the league. At the end of the season, an ice cream
social is held and trophies are awarded to all participants.
refer to the Q&A Document at the top of the page for more information.
Thank you for taking time to volunteer. This league would not be possible
without volunteers. Parents will be required to fill in a volunteer position
during the registration process. Please see below for a description of each
Coaches: Each team will need 3 Official Coaches, and additional team
parents are often needed to help corral the children and keep things
running smoothly.) Responsible for making sure
the players have fun and learn the basic batting and fielding skills. A
mandatory coaches meeting is scheduled for either June 9 or June 10 at 7:00 pm
in the St. Dominic parking lot. Coaches will need to attend one of the meetings.
Coaches will receive more detailed information on how the league is set
up and ideas/suggestions for making the most out of each game at the
This roll simply organizes the team emails together, sends game time
reminders each week, and can organize a snack schedule if desired. As
coordinator, if I need to communicate important information I typically
call on Managers and Coaches as my leaders to keep things running
Photo & Award Distributor:
On the final night of games, this person picks up the
awards and photos for their team and distributes them before the ice
cream social. These are in labelled bags by the gym, and it is an easy
way to lend a hand.
often need extra help staying in line, remembering their gloves and
helmets, listening to directions, and staying safe. Each team will need
some parent helpers to assist the coaches in keeping the children
organized and happy.