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FAQ

Can my 4 year old play Teeball?

We typically ask that a parent help coach a team and in these situations a player league age 4 can petition the board to register.


How do I register my child to play Little League baseball or softball

Go to www.w-oll.org and click on the red link to go to our new web page.  In the top right of the next page you will see a “Register” link.  You will be prompted to create an account, enter your and your child(ren)’s information and complete the registration.  You can pay online via credit card or select “pay by check” and provide a check to a Board member.

Are discounts available for multiple children?

Yes!

Does W-OLL provide financial assistance to families that cannot afford registration?

Wells-Ogunquit Little League is ready and willing to help any family in financial need.  No child will be denied entry to our league due to financial hardship.  Please send an email to our league  [email protected], and the league will contact you to arrange financial assistance.  Any communication with the league on this subject will be in the strictest of confidence.

Do all 12 year olds play in the Majors Division?

No

Is it true that 12 year olds cannot pitch in the AAA Division?

Yes.  Little League International rules do not allow 12 years to pitch in the AAA Division.

How are the number of teams per division determined?

The maximum number of teams are determined by the amount of players of a certain age available to play, along with the availability of fields. 

What are the different divisions?  How often are practices/games?

Players are selected to different divisions based on age, talent and experience.  Safety is the main concern at any level and proper placement is our goal.

Tee Ball/Developmental Baseball & Softball:

A division for players ages 5-7. This division operates as an instructional league with games being a combination of primarily hitting off the tee and coach pitch. Players league age 4 can petition the board to play in this division, we typically ask that a parent help coach in these situations.

Practices are scheduled for Wednesdays during the season with games on Saturday morning.

Minors AA Baseball/Softball: Coach Pitch

A division for players ages 6-8. This division operates as an instructional league with coaches pitching to players. Tees are only used early in the season, if necessary. Players league age 9 with little to no experience can petition to board to play in this division.

Typically 1-2 practices during the week with 1 game during the week and 1 game on Saturday’s

Minors AAA Baseball/Softball: Kid Pitch

A division for players ages 9-11. This division is the start of “competitive baseball.” All games are pitched by the players. Players league age 8 can petition the board to play up in this division.

Typically 2 practices a week with 1 game during the week and 1 game on the weekends.  Interleague games against other surrounding towns are incorporated.

Majors Baseball/Softball

A division for players ages 10-12. This is a competitive division. Players league age 9 can petition the board to play in this division.

Typically 2 practices a week with 1 game during the week and 1 game on the weekends.  Interleague games against other surrounding towns are incorporated.

How do evaluations and the draft work?

Players, grouped by age, are evaluated by managers of each division.  An open draft occurs afterward.  All players returning to the same division will be picked first, then players new to the division will fill in the remainder of the team rosters.

How does the "brother rule" work? My kids are only 20 months apart - can they play in the same division?

Players are drafted by managers. If a manager feels that both players qualify to play in the same division, they may declare their desire by picking them back to back.  However, if the manager does not feel this is the case, the manager may waive the brother rule and the other sibling will be put back into the pool.

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