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Seasons & Divisions

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Divisions and Age Breakdown for Fall 2018 and Spring/Summer 2019

6U Division  (Pee Wee) - Born 2012 and later

- Instructional league designed to help girls learn the basics of softball 
- Requests to play with specific Managers, Coaches and buddies are honored if possible 
- Time limit for games 60 minutes 
- Team rosters of 6-8 players 
- Each 1/2 inning each team bats through it’s full roster 
- Coach pitch – 4 pitches, then hit off tee 
- Runners should advance only one base on balls hit off tee 
- Runners should advance only one base when balls are hit off a live pitch, with the exception of balls hit to the outfield. This becomes a coaching decision. 
- Runners cannot advance on balls overthrown 
- All players that ground out, pop-out, are tagged out or hit into a force out are out and may not remain on base. 
- No scores or standings are kept 

8U Division (Rookie) - Born in 2010 and 2011

- Instructional league designed to help girls learn the basics of softball, with an introduction to rules of the game 
- Evenly matched matched teams are formed through a draft process, but requests to play with specific Managers, Coaches and buddies are honored if possible 
- Time limit for games 90 minutes. Please see rules for further details. 
- Combination of Coach Pitch and Player Pitch

-  Scores and league standings will be kept 
- Summer All Star Teams voted on by Managers at end of season 

10U Division (Farm) - Born in 2008 and 2009

- Instructional league to continue instruction in softball fundamentals started in Rookie League
- Teams participate in Peninsula League and compete against teams from neighboring cities 
- Games are six (6) innings or one hour and thirty (1:30) minutes in length, whichever limit is reached first. Please see rules for further details 
- ASA rules apply except as noted in BRSYSA Rules 
- Scores and league standings will be kept 
- Summer All Star Teams voted on by Managers at end of season 

12U Division  (Minors) - Born in 2006 and 2007

- This league will provide an increased level of competition, but will continue to provide instruction with emphasis on skills and game strategy 
- Teams participate in Peninsula League and compete against teams from neighboring cities 
- Games are seven (7) innings or one hour and thirty (1:30) minutes in length, whichever limit is reached first. Please see rules for further details 
- ASA rules apply except as noted in BRSYSA Rules 
- Scores and league standings will be kept 
- Select teams may be formed to compete in additional tournaments throughout the spring recreational season

- Summer All Star Teams voted on by Managers and Coaches, (2) votes per team, at end of season