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Saturday April 17, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Spring Youth Baseball - Mighty Mites
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Majors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Minors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
Saturday April 24, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Spring Youth Baseball - Mighty Mites
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Majors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Minors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
Saturday May 1, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Spring Youth Baseball - Mighty Mites
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Majors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Minors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
Saturday May 8, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Spring Youth Baseball - Mighty Mites
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Majors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Minors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
Saturday May 15, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Spring Youth Baseball - Mighty Mites
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Majors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Spring Youth Baseball - Minors Baseball
All children in grades 1 through 6 are invited to join spring baseball! This co-ed recreation league is a fun and easy way for kids of all abilities to enjoy learning the game of baseball. Beginners are welcome! All information below is based on estimated guidelines for spring sports. Exact start times and the format for inter-league play is subject to change. Practice Practice begins the first week of April, depending on weather and field conditions. All three teams will practice Saturday mornings at 11 AM. Majors and Minors may have a second practice mid week, depending on coach and player availability. A pitching and batting clinic may become available at the end of March. Players are encouraged to come in sneakers (or baseball cleats if you have them), layers, a mask, and a ball cap. Please also bring a glove and a full water bottle. Equipment should not be a barrier to play, so please email recdirector@killingtontown.com if you need help with any of these items.  Games Games for the Majors begins the first full week of May, and games for the Minors begin the second week of May. The season wraps up the last week of June, or the first week of July depending on playoffs. The Majors and Minors have games at different locations throughout Rutland County including, but not limited to, Rutland Town, Brandon, Pittsford, Poutlney, Rutland City, and more. Depending on team size, some games may be at home.  Registration Fees Early registration is especially critical to ensuring baseball operates this year. Register before March 20 and receive a $15 discount off the normal registration fee. Register after March 31 and there will be a $10 late fee. Financial aid is available to ensure all interested children can participate. COVID Guidelines -Players are encouraged to get ready prior to arrival or at their car so they can bring just their water bottle, glove, and mask to the field. -An adult must accompany the child at drop-off to answer the COVID health check question. -Parents may not wait on the field to watch practice and should not congregate during pickup. -Players and coaches must wear a mask. Majors Baseball Age: 5th-6th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Dan MolalleyAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Mondays, Wednesdays, or FridaysPost season: Playoffs occur based on the team's regular season record Minors Baseball Age: 3rd and 4th Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Kyle AmosAssistant Coach: Volunteer neededGames: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPost season: One day round robin tournament (pending COVID guidelines) Mighty Mites Age: 1st-2nd Grade Boys & Girls Coach: Jason EvansAssistant Coaches: Volunteers needed The team will have regular practices on Saturday mornings. Traditionally, Mighty Mites has been an informal program with a few games in Rutland, depending on interest. This is a wonderful way for children to be introduced to the game of baseball. Softball Killington does not usually put together a youth softball team, however if there is enough interest we could always assemble one. Please email Sarah Newell at recdirector@killingtontown.com if your player is interested in playing softball.