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Recreational Baseball  Program

The Hillcrest Baseball program offers boys and girls ages 4 to 16 the opportunity to compete in spring, summer and fall leagues as well as postseason tournaments and all star games. 

The information set forth below relates to the Spring Recreational Baseball Season.  All players that register,  provided they register on time (see below), will be placed on a team.  For all Recreational Divisions (except for T-Ball Division) there are "tryouts" conducted for the purpose of selecting balanced teams (i.e. your child will not be "cut" from a recreational team, if you register on-time).

For Travel Baseball Program information see TRAVEL DIVISION tab under Baseball above.

NOTE: See Club Forms TAB on left menu under CLUB for document on Composite Bats that are acceptable to use.
-Scheduled Registration Period begins January 1 and ends March 1. If you register during this period you are guaranteed to be placed on a team.
-Late Registration Period will begin March 1 and end the day before teams are selected. This date is To-Be-Detemined but will occur mid-March. Any registration during this period will include a $25 late fee. See Registration Tab.
-Waitlist Registration Period will begin the day teams are selected [TBD] but typically mid-March. There is no guarantee you will be placed on a team if wait listed.  Pay attention to posted registration deadlines as late fees will be in effect.
-REPEAT: Once teams are selected, if you register late, you may not be placed on a team (register early).
-Registration fee will be $90 per player for the spring season (includes jersey and hat).
-There is an annual fee to become a member of the Club, which is $85.  You must be a member of the Club in order to register for the baseball program. Your family can register as members of the Club from the "Register On-Line Tab" on the left menu.



-Tryouts dates will be sent by e-mail to the e-mail address used to register and also will be posted on this web site. 
-If a player misses tryouts they will still be placed on a team (if they are regsitered), however, in order for teams to be balanced it is important that players attend tryouts. Please make an effort to attend the tryouts on the indicated dates to improve the process of selecting balanced teams which makes for a fun competitive season for all participants.

Team Sponsors:

- We have had great support from the local community and the Club is in need of local merchants and parents to sponsor teams.  Please see the Sponsor tab for more information but in brief sponsorship results in a) company name on hats, b) plaque with team picture, and c) corporate banner displayed at Schultz Field during the course of the season.

Little League Child Protection Program

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Hillcrest Lakers Little League Baseball & Softball Safety Manual for Managers and Coaches

http://files.LeagueAthletics.com/Images/Club/8118/Hillcrest Lakers Little League Safety Plan.docx