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Registration is now open.

The "Registration" tab on the main menu will lead you to baseball, softball, Buddy Ball, and spring training. 

Please Note:

This site is still undergoing construction. There may be things which are not 100% accurate and certainly things currently missing. Please email or call if you have questions not answered here. 

Chris Baerns

League Manager

Phone: 720.353.0826

Previous Survey

The answers were all over the board, but in 2022 Centennial spent between $80,000 and $100,000 on practice and game facilities. In 2023, this number will exceed $100,000. 

Important Dates 2023

*subject to change

Open house at HitStreak 2

Late March

New family orientation 1

Late February

New family orientation 2

Late March

New family orientation 3

Late April

Spring training

27 March - 27 April

Rookie skills practices

1 April

Minors skills practices

8 April

Majors skills practices

15 April

Babe Ruth skills practices

15 April

Softball skills practices

22 April

Rookie free agent assessments

1 April

Minors free agent assessments

8 April

Majors free agent assessments

15 April

Babe Ruth free agents assessments

15 April

Baseball All-Star tryouts

29 April

Baseball manager’s meeting

22 April

Softball manager’s meeting

Late April

Practices begin (most divisions)

1 May

Games begin (most divisions)

30 May

Rockies ticket orders due

1 June

Centennial/HitStreak Player Clinic

May

Centennial day at the Rockies

11 June

Team pictures

May

Randy Seifert Tournament (baseball)

15-17 June

Softball EoS Tournament (softball)

Late June

Fall registration opens

1 July

All-Star break (only All-Star games, optional practices for baseball teams)

1 July – 10 July

All-Star State Tournament in Lamar

6 July – 10 July

League Championship Tournament (baseball)

20 July – 22 July

Midwest Plains 8-year-old Regional Tournament

26 July – 30 July

Fall practices begin

14 August

Fall games begin

5 September

Fall baseball and softball tournaments

21 October and 28 October

 

 

 

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Season Information

2023 Baseball and Softball Information

 

New website, new season, and some very exciting new developments.

Registration will open around the first of January, for the spring/summer baseball and softball season. With the new website, things may not go as planned. There could be glitches early on where we have to shut things down briefly, but hopefully everything goes off with minimal interruption. 

Centennial and HitStreak

Centennial has now introduced a new feature that no one else has - outdoor fields and ample indoor practice space, including practice pods for defensive work and hitting tunnels. Other leagues and programs only have either outdoor or indoor facilities, and some have both, but at a higher cost per season than what Centennial offers. In fact, Centennial offers similar benefits to a travel club, but for as much as 90% less than a travel club, in addition to all the benefits of a local league.

All programs and divisions at Centennial will have weekly indoor and outdoor practices, regardless of the weather. During the spring and summer season, teams will have at least one indoor and one outdoor practice per week, while in the fall, most teams will have exclusively indoor practices. T-Ball and Buddy Ball divisions will not have indoor practices, but all other baseball and softball divisions will.

The new facility will also have on-site storage, a meeting area for coaches and parents, and offices with drop-in hours for coaches and parents to visit. Centennial will hold a couple of open houses in early 2023 for families to tour the facility, so please check the website for those dates once they are published.

Spring training will be offered again in 2023, but due to the facility move, registration for spring training may not be available at the beginning of January.

Spring Training

Centennial and HitStreak will be offering the third year of spring training. It is 5-weeks long, offering both hitting and defensive sessions. Hitting sessions will be offered on Mondays or Tuesdays, with defensive sessions being offered on Wednesdays or Thursdays. You may sign up for either one or both. 

Centennial Spring Training

Spring Training Offense = 5, one-hour sessions of hitting with 2 instructors- 8 players per class

(one HItStreak instructor and one high school player)

Spring Training Defense = 5, one-hour sessions of defense with 1 instructor- 8 players per class

Spring Training BOTH= one hitting and one defense session per week

All offense programs will include the following:

Basic mechanics - stance, load, swing, balance

Timing - Inside, outside pitches and off speed

“live” pitching - putting it all together

PRICE- $130 per player

 

All defense programs will include the following:

Throwing and catching for 30 minutes

Infield or outfield for 30 minutes.  (will switch emphasis each week)

*Players will rotate from a “throwing” instructor to a defense instructor halfway through 

PRICE- $120 per player

For both sessions the price is $199 per player

Groups will be divided by ability and/or age if necessary for maximum results.  Ability does not matter in any of our sessions as they are designed for ALL abilities and ages. While baseball is a simple game of basics, those basics need to be properly taught and repeated constantly, to achieve mastery, which is what we will focus on. HItStreak instructors work with players of all ages and all abilities so there will not be one player that will not receive quality instruction.  In other words, no player will be “too good” or “too advanced” for the sessions.

HItStreak will offer pitching and catching classes separately during this time from that will NOT fall under the Spring Training program.  This is due to the fact that not all players will pitch or play the catcher position.  The price for these classes will be different as Centennial has negotiated a huge discount for our Spring Training attendees.  

Players are expected to bring their own bats for offensive days and their own gloves for defense days.  Water bottles are good to have but no drinks are allowed on the turf. No makeups will be offered if players miss a session.

Important Information

For financial assistance for registration fees, Dick’s Sporting Goods has a program which can cover part or all your registration fees. Information and an application can be found at https://everykidsports.org/every-kid-sports-pass/ If your application is accepted, you will be given a Visa debit card which can only be used for a youth sports registration. Limited, partial scholarships are also available through the league if you do not qualify for Sports Matter.

Registration Details

Registration for the 2023 baseball and softball seasons will open up on the first of January. 

Pricing for the 2023 spring/summer season (not including early registration or sibling discounts).
All registrations have payment plan options, where a partial initial payment is required at registration, with three additional payments on the first of February, March, and April. 
All registration fees include 10 regular season games (more for the Babe Ruth division) two tournaments for all baseball divisions except T-Ball, an end of season tournament for softball, plus about 20 (10 indoor and 10 outdoor) practices for all teams except T-Ball (just ~10 outdoor practices. 

Baseball
  • T-Ball (6U) $299
  • Rookie (8U)  $449
  • Minors (10U) $449
  • Majors (12U) $499
  • Babe Ruth (13+) $599
Softball
  • 8U $449
  • 10U $449
  • 12U $449
  • 14U $449

Spring Training will run from the 27th of March through the 27th of April. Hitting will be on Mondays or Tuesdays, with defense on Wednesdays or Thursdays. You will be able to choose your day during registration. Each session will be 1 hour a week for 5 weeks. If selecting both, it will be a total of 2 hours a week for 5 weeks, 1 hour each weeknight selected. 

Spring Training
  • Hitting $130
  • Defense $120
  • Both $199

CENTENNIAL YOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL LEAGUE MISSION STATEMENT 

The purpose for which Centennial Youth Baseball-Softball Association (CYBSA) a 501(C)3 non-profit corporation is organized: to develop and operate baseball and girls softball programs in affiliation with Babe Ruth League Inc., a New Jersey corporation, in conformity with and pursuant to the principles enunciated by said Babe Ruth League Inc., in conjunction with such purposes, the objective of CYBSA is, through the medium of a supervised, competitive baseball or softball program, guided and governed by said Babe Ruth League Inc. CYBSA league will seek to implant in the youth of the community ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and reverence, so they may be finer, stronger and happier youths who will grow to be good, clean, healthy adults.

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