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Commonly Asked Questions:

  1. When does registration start/end? Registration is open now through Saturday, February 1, 2020. 
  2. What if I miss the registration deadline? A late fee of $10 will be applied. If all the available spots for a division are full you will be put on a waitlist until a spot opens up.
  3. When will I be notified by my coach? All players will be notified no later than Monday, February 17, 2020.
  4. When do practices/games start? Practices will start the week of February 24th. Games will start the week of March 23rd
  5. When does the season end? The season will end the week of May 18th for the majority of teams (ending date will vary depending on division)
  6. What do I paperwork do I need for registration? All players will need a Medical Release Form, Parent Code of Conduct and Proof of Residency, New players will need to bring their Original Birth Certificate to an In Person Registration Event for verification.
  7. Where can I find the forms I need? All the required forms can be found under Helpful Links or the Documents Tab
  8. Who fills out the Medical Release Form? The MRF is filled out by the players' parent/guardian
  9. Do I need a physical to play? No, we do NOT require a physical to play
  10. Where can I find the Age Chart? The age Chart is located under Helpful Links or the Documents Tab.
  11. How is League Age determined? For baseball, your childs' league age is their age as of 8/31/2020. For softball, your childs' league age is their age as of 1/1/2020
  12. How do I know what division my child should play in? Once you have started the registration process, a list of available programs will show for your child. For most players, only one division will show. If your child is has two choices you can either play up or down depending on their skill level. If you are unsure of which to choose please email one of our player agents and they will be able to assist you.
  13. How do I know if I live in CRLL's boundaries? You can use this link to check: 
  14. I live in Saguaro Bloom, can I play with CRLL? If you attend a school in the Continental Ranch area you are eligible to play with us.
  15. What schools are in your boundaries? Twin Peaks K-8, Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary, Coyote Trail Elementary, Leman Academy and Redeemer Lutheran all fall within our boundaries.
  16. What do I need for the first practice? Players will need a glove and water bottle to start. Suggested items include a hat, cleats, and athletic supporter (for Minors BB and above). The league will provide bats, helmets and catchers gear for all teams.
  17. What is included with my registration? The league will provide a jersey and hat. Registration also covers field time for all game and practices as well as umpires for upper divisions.
  18. Are coach and player requests honored? While not guaranteed, we do our best to honor as many requests as possible for tee ball and coach pitch while ensuring all the teams are balanced competitively. We understand that many parents rely on friends and teammates to get to practices/games on time. For upper divisions where a draft occurs (Minors & Majors), these requests cannot be honored.

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Continental Ranch Little League

PO Box 1304 
Cortaro, Arizona 85652

Email Us: [email protected]
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