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Renton Little League Softball Divisions

Renton Little League is for players who live or attend school in the Renton Little League Boundary. In order to determine your child’s proper division placement, check the Little League Softball Age Chart.
 

Registration Opens:November 1, 2021          Registration Closes: TBD
 

Volunteers Needed!!  Renton Little League is a 100% Volunteer run organization. We have openings for coaches, umpires, board members, team parents and more.  For more information on volunteering, please contact info@rentonlittleleague.org

 

AA Softball Coach/Player Pitch-78ers

This level is for players just starting or with one year of experience playing softball.  Coaches will primarily pitch as players focus on development of basic skills. Players will get opportunities to play as many positions and innings as possible.

Team selection is by school and geographical location.  Coach and/or reciprocal buddy requests will be considered, but not guaranteed. 

Practices begin early March and games begin end of March/early April.  AA/78ers Softball will play three games per week, scheduled for two weekdays and Saturday. The coach will decide if there will be an additional week night practice. Coaches will be in contact with specific team details after teams are assigned.

Registration Fee: TBD

Required Equipment: Mitt, cleats, and softball pants (style/color selected by coach). A personal batting helmet and fielders mask for infield and pitching positions are recommended.


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

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AAA SOFTBALL, Ages 9-11

This level is for players with 0-2 years playing softball. Pitching is player pitch only. Players will get opportunities to play as many positions and innings as possible as they focus on developing their skills.

Teams are assembled via player assessments and team draft. Player assessments will be announced at a later date. Teams are assembled to be as balanced as possible. No team/coach requests allowed.

Practices begin in March and games begin in April. AAA Softball will play three games per week, scheduled for two weekdays and Saturday. The coach will decide if there will be an additional week night practice. Coaches will be in contact with specific team details after teams are assigned.

Registration fee: TBD

Required Equipment: Mitt, cleats and softball pants (style/color selected by coach). A personal batting helmet and fielders mask for infield and pitching positions are recommended.

Player Evaluation Information:   
 

Who:  Registered Baseball and Softball players at the AAA and Majors Levels (Ages 9-12)
 

What: Players will be evaluated on hitting, running, fielding and throwing.  Evaluations for Pitchers and Catchers is optional and will be done after general evaluations are complete.
 

Why:  To gauge skill levels for placement in divisions and manager insight into drafting teams.
 

How:  Fielding – successful fielding of ground balls

            Throwing – accuracy in hitting a target from a set range

            Hitting – Stance, Balance and Contact

            Running – time for 60’

When:  TBD
 

Where: TBD
 

What to bring:  Safety equipment (protective cup), Bat, Batting Helmet, Glove, tennis or turf shoes (no cleats).  Dress appropriate for Baseball/Softball activities.  Shorts are allowed, we will be indoors.
 

Arrival:  Check in at the desk and your player will be provided a number to wear on the front of their shirt.  All scoring will be related to this number.

Evaluations will take place after registration has ended.  After evaluations have been completed each player will be given a composite score based on the evaluation criteria.  The players will then be ranked by overall composite score.  This information will be provided to the Managers for their reference during the draft.  The draft as well as the scores are kept confidential.  Players should not know what their score was nor where they were drafted.  Teams will be drafted in March. 
 

If your player is unable to attend the evaluations, they may not be drafted to a team.

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

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MAJORS SOFTBALL, AGES 11-12

There is advanced competitive play, with and increased focus on skills and strategies of the game. This level is for players with 1-3 years experience playing softball.

Teams are assembled via player assessments and team draft. Player assessments are held early February. Teams are assembled to be as balanced as possible. No team/coach requests allowed.

Practices begin in March and games begin in April. Majors Softball will play three games per week; typically, two weekdays and one on a Saturday with an additional weekday of practice.  Coaches will be in contact with specific team details after teams are assigned.

Registration Fee: TBD

Required Equipment: Mitt, cleats, and softball pants (style/color selected by coach). A personal batting helmet and fielders mask for infield and pitching positions are recommended.

Player Evaluation Information:   
 

Who:  Registered Baseball and Softball players at the AAA and Majors Levels (Ages 9-12)
 

What: Players will be evaluated on hitting, running, fielding and throwing.  Evaluations for Pitchers and Catchers is optional and will be done after general evaluations are complete.
 

Why:  To gauge skill levels for placement in divisions and manager insight into drafting teams.
 

How:    Fielding – successful fielding of ground balls

            Throwing – accuracy in hitting a target from a set range

            Hitting – Stance, Balance and Contact

            Running – time for 60’

When:  TBD
 

Where: TBD
 

What to bring:  Safety equipment (protective cup), Bat, Batting Helmet, Glove, tennis or turf shoes (no cleats).  Dress appropriate for Baseball/Softball activities.  Shorts are allowed, we will be indoors.
 

Arrival:  Check in at the desk and your player will be provided a number to wear on the front of their shirt.  All scoring will be related to this number.

Evaluations will take place after registration has ended.  After evaluations have been completed each player will be given a composite score based on the evaluation criteria.  The players will then be ranked by overall composite score.  This information will be provided to the Managers for their reference during the draft.  The draft as well as the scores are kept confidential.  Players should not know what their score was nor where they were drafted.  Teams will be drafted in March. 
 

If your player is unable to attend the evaluations, they may not be drafted to a team.


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

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*Teams may consist of players from other District 7 little league teams*

JUNIORS SOFTBALL, Ages 12-14

Juniors softball division plays on a 60 foot diamond with a 43 foot pitching distance.  This level is for players with 1-3 years experience playing softball.

Teams are assembled via player assessments and team draft. Teams are assembled to be as balanced as possible. No team/coach requests allowed.

Practices begin in March and games begin in April. Junior softball will play three games per week; typically, two weekdays and one on a Saturday with an additional weekday of practice.  Coaches will be in contact with specific team details after teams are formed.

Registration fee: TBD
 
Required Equipment: Mitt, cleats, and softball pants (style/color selected by coach). A personal batting helmet and fielders mask for infield and pitching positions are recommended.
 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

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*Teams may consist of players from other District 7 little league teams*