How do I register my child/children?

Just head over to the Registration Portal to register for Spring or Fall Baseball.  Set up or log into your account w/ Stone Alley then register your child(ren).  

If you are having difficulty with the online registration, reach out to us at

What are tryouts and evaluations?

All players playing 10U and up are required to attend evaluations usually in mid to late January in preparation for the spring season.  Evaluations are used to correctly assign players to teams based on skill and level of competition.  Players will be evaluated on a number of baseball skills such as: fielding, throwing, batting, running, pitching & catching.  Evaluations must be held early enough in the season to allow adequate time to assign players to teams and generate a schedule.

Where do teams practice and play games?

We have three locations where practices and games are held.  However, sometimes games or practices will be held on other fields for special occaissions, make up games and for other scheduling reasons.

  • T-Ball - Practices and Games are held at Witmer Heights Mennonite Church and Smoketown Elementary School.
  • Rookies - Practices and Games are held at Smoketown Elementary School.
  • 10U Rec - Practices and Games are held at Smoketown Elementary School or Witmer Heights Mennonite Church.
  • 10U Travel - Practices and Games are held at Flory Park, Witmer Heights, or Leola-area fields.
  • 12U Travel - Practices and Games are held at Flory Park, Witmer Heights, or Leola-area fields.
  • 14U Travel - Practices and Games are held at LaFayette Park
  • 17U - Practices and Games are held at the Varisty and JV field at CVHS.

When will practice and games begin?

Teams are selected and finalized in late February and early March. You can expect to hear from your child's coach in March with practice plans. All teams will begin practicing in late March or early April roughly two nights per week, or as the coach schedules at 6p.

Regular season games begin on Opening Day (mid to late April) and last through early June (roughly following the school calendar). Most games will be on weeknights Mon-Fri with occasional weekend games for inter-league play, special games and tournaments. You will receive a full schedule in April from your son's coach.

What type of equipment does my player need?

The only equipment your player truly needs is a baseball glove.  CVBA will provide helmets, balls and bats.  However, CVBA recommends that starting with the Rookies level your player has a pair of cleats, baseball pants, an athletic cup (requirement for catchers) and a way to carry your gear.  Players who want to bring their own bats and helments are welcome to do so. 

What do I need to do to volunteer?

The CVBA Board of Directors believe that your direct involvement as a parent correlates to your player having a terrific season.  What makes Youth Baseball so great is having a large number of volunteers filling in a variety of roles.  All volunteers matter and many volunteers are needed.

Some volutneer positions like Managers and Coaches require our volunteers to be background checked.  If you've already been checked, you can upload your documents proving the check on our Stone Alley registration site.  Instructions on how to get background checked are located under our Coach section of our Resources page.

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