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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 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 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.

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Winter Wiffleball

The inaugural winter Wiffleball season is here. It runs 6 weeks starting in November, running through the middle of December, with no games the week of Thanksgiving. Teams will be made up of 5-6 players each.

This is purely for fun. While we will keep score of each game, we will not keep standings, no playoffs, no tournaments, just a fun filled, 6-game season.  This is essentially just an opportunity for kids to work on the hand-eye coordination needed for baseball and other sports.  It will be indoors, at HitStreak, and essentially treated like practice. While a parent can stick around during the games, this is not meant to be a spectator event. 

There will be two divisions, dividing it up based on the ages who register, essentially a younger half and older half. We will have 4 teams per division. Currently it is only on Tuesday evenings. If popular enough, we may add an additional evening.

Games will be 40 minutes long, with as many innings as we can get in. We won’t start a new inning after the 40-minute mark. They will be once a week for 6 weeks. The younger division’s games will be at 5:00 and 5:45, with the older division’s games being at 6:30 and 7:15.

The cost is $120 for the season, essentially $20 per game. Players need no equipment, as it's Wiffleball and we will provide the bats, bases, balls, etc.

There are no coaches, just players playing. There will be one all-time pitcher/umpire for each game. Go to the registration tab to register for this season.

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Important Dates 2023

*subject to change



New family orientation 

Friday, 24 February 7:00pm

New family orientation 

Friday, 31 March 7:00pm



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

21 May

Centennial day at the Rockies

11 June

Team pictures

20 May @ HitStreak

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)

2 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 baseball practices begin

14 August

Fall baseball games begin

26 August

Fall baseball tournament

21 October and 28 October





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.