Spring 2019 Softball Registration Is Open!
Register Your Team NOW
Free Agent Registration
* Free agents are eligible to be recruited by managers looking for new talent!
Want to play, but don't have a team? Come out to Navajo Fields on Sunday, April 14 at 9 a.m. for a free scrimmage. Make friends, have fun, get recruited for a team!
Yorktown Athletic Club Spring Registration Is Open
YAC has been organizing youth sports in Yorktown since 1948! Spring Sports Registration is open now for baseball, softball, girls and boys lacrosse, tennis, volleyball and golf. Please visit yacsoftball.com/ for more information and for registration.
YAC Boy's Lacrosse
The YAC boy's lacrosse program is designed to provide a safe, fun, developmental environment for children in grades K-8th. Each division offers different degrees of competitiveness. YSA strives to promote lacrosse among Yorktown-based youth by teaching the fundamentals of the game to all participants. The goals are to promote skill development, good sportsmanship, emphasize team play above the individual and ultimately a love for lacrosse so players can appreciate all aspects of the sport.
YAC Boy's Lacrosse divisions:
- Mighty Mites (7U)- K and 1st grade clinic.
- Pee Wee - (8U) 2nd
- Bantam – (9U/10) 3rd and 4th grade
- Junior – (11U/12U) 5th and 6th grade
- Senior – (13U/14U/15U) 7th and 8th grade
Spring lacrosse season starts in April and ends June 2nd.
Registration is open now, please go to http://yaclacrosse.com/Registration/Default.asp?n=45758&org=YACBOYSLACROSSE
Important: You will need to be a member of US Lacrosse and membership needs to be valid through June 2, 2019. You will not be permitted to register if this membership is not up to date.
Please go to www.uslacrosse.org to renew or register with USLacrosse and remember to choose Yorktown Athletic Club as your local club affiliate
If you have questions, please contact the boy's lacrosse commissioner:
Volunteer for MLB All-Star Week
The 2019 MLB All-Star Week is coming to Cleveland. MLB All-Star Week begins
July 5th and we need your help as Cleveland will become the baseball capital of the world. The All-Star Week Volunteer Program is your opportunity to be involved in a World Class event.
Signing up for the All-Star Week Volunteer Program is an opportunity to volunteer as a community, with friends and family. The Volunteer Program has something for everyone. Here are some of the areas for which you can be an unpaid volunteer:
- The World's Largest Indoor/Outdoor Baseball Theme Park
- All-Star Hospitality
- Pre-game Ceremonial Rehearsals
- Legends autograph stages, photo ops and Q&A sessions, and more!
Click here for more information!
Play Ball is an initiative from MLB and USA Baseball that highlights the many ways baseball can be played, including outside of traditionally organized baseball leagues and tournaments, ranging from playing catch, stickball and Wiffle ball to participating in skills competitions like "Pitch, Hit & Run." PlayBall.org serves as its online home, featuring coaching tips, parent resources and health and safety info. It's also a resource to find out how to gets kids involved in Play Ball activities and get links to youth-related news and events, plus searchable maps for local community leagues. Check it out!