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CCYB/S Fall Baseball
by posted 08/24/2019

Sunday, August 25 is the last day to register for competitive Fall Baseball
5th & 6th Grade Majors Division
  • Fall League Majors Division runs September 9 - October 28.
  • Games are played Sunday afternoon, usually at 3:00 or 3:30 PM, including Columbus Day weekend.
  • Teams play 7-8 games (subject to rainouts); one makeup day November 4.
  • Weekly practice at Coach's discretion. Day & time TBD.
  • Some travel to neighboring towns required. Locations may include Concord, Carlisle, Belmont, Bedford, Natick, Wayland, Winchester, Lexington, Wellesley and Arlington.
  • Games are intended to be skill developmental in nature.
  • Your child must be in 5th or 6th grade *and* no older than 12 on August 31, 2020 to play in this league.
  • Space is limited and participation is based on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • The fee for this league is $150. Uniform hat and shirt are included. Players must provide their own baseball pants.
7th & 8th Grade Babe Ruth League
  • Games Sunday mornings, including Columbus Day weekend, at 10 AM, September 9 - October 28.
  • Teams play 7-8 games (subject to rainouts); one makeup day November 4.
  • Players must be in 7th or 8th grade; 9th graders who are 14 on April 30, 2020 are also eligible.
  • Weekly practice at coach’s discretion. Day & time TBD.
  • Some travel to neighboring towns required. Locations may include Concord, Carlisle, Belmont, Bedford, Natick, Wayland, Winchester, Lexington, Wellesley and Arlington.
  • The fee for this league is $250. Uniform hat and shirt are included. Players must provide their own baseball pants.


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by posted 08/21/2019

CCYBS Fall Softball 2019

Click Here to register.

(Manual URL is: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=4:154240)

Fall is approaching and we want to keep the momentum of Softball "Full Swing" into the fall!  This year CCYBS will be participating in the Billerica Bratz Fall Fastpitch League.  This league attracts teams from all around and will have over 70 teams in it this year! The league is open to individual,  full or partial team submissions for 10U, 12U, and 14U players.  

Age groups are determined based on a players age as of 1/1/2019

U10: 9 or 10

U12: 11 or 12

U14: 13 or 14


CCYBS is in the process of forming full or partial teams for each age group.  We will make every attempt to keep Concord/Carlisle girls together. 

The registration fee for this league will be $100.  Jersey, Pants, Belts and socks will be extra.  However, players will be able to use Pant/Socks/Belts from either the Spring or Summer season if they have them.

Games will be once a week, on Saturdays.  Starting Mid September, ending at the end of October.  Each team will play one back-to-back double header each weekend.  The Administrators of this league like to keep the comittment simple and flexible as they realize that girls play a lot of other fall sports, within this format they'll be open to scheduling games around a teams other activities as much as possible.

·         Games will be played in Billerica sometime between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM on Saturdays (some games under the lights)

·         Each team will play 2 games a week, (normally back-to-back in a double header format.)

·         The league will be 6 weeks starting Mid Septemer.

·         Games will be 1 1/2 hour to last inning.

·         ASA Rules

The registration window will is short!  (14 days)


Registration deadline is September 4th!


Click Here to register.


Late Registrations may not be able to be placed on a full CCYBS team. The earlier you register, the better chance you have to get on the full CCYBS teams.  For teams that do not have enough players, we will merge with other towns to get enough players.  If we recieve enough for multiple teams, we will do so.    

Click Here to Register for CCYBS Fall Softball


If you are have any questions, please contact   .



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Fall Baseball 2019 - Instructional Programs
by posted 08/15/2019

Registration for the Fall Instructional Program is extended until September 5.
Sundays September 8, 15, 22 and 29
Rideout Playground
The goal of the Fall Instructional Program is to provide a fun clinic environment where players can hone their skills and prepare themselves for the upcoming spring season.  Emphasis is placed on the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, throwing, and base running.   
  • Grades 1 and 2 (3:30-4:30 PM) : This session will focus on skill building and fundamentals in all phases of the game followed by controlled scrimmages. Cost will be $75 for four weeks.
  • Grades 3 and 4 (3:30-5:00 PM):  Professionally run.  Directed by former CCHS Coach Chris Aufiero and his staff from Route 2 Baseball, this age group will use the time to focus on skill building before playing scrimmages.  Cost will be $95 for four weeks.
  • Grades 5 and 6 (5:00-6:30 PM):  Professionally run.  Directed by former CCHS Coach Chris Aufiero and his staff from Route 2 Baseball, this option will offer a combination of skills and game play.  Each week the focus for the first half will be on infield, outfield, catching, hitting, base running and pitching drills.  During the second half the players will play a controlled scrimmage.  Cost will be $169 for four weeks.
  • For the 5th & 6th grade program only, players should register directly with Route 2 Athletics:  
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2020 Rebels
by posted 08/14/2019

Dear CCYB Families:
We have scheduled evaluations for the 2020 CCYB Rebels team for Sunday, August 25 at 4:00 at Rideout Playground.  
Our plan for spring, 2020 is to field teams at the 9U (3rd grade), 10U (4th grade), 11U (5th grade) and 12U (6th grade) levels.  This would represent the most number of teams Rebels has fielded, and we hope to involve as many Concord and Carlisle families as possible.    

For those not familiar with Rebels, it was founded in 2016 and serves as a Concord-Carlisle club baseball program run in conjunction with Route 2 Athletics of Arlington. The program is coached by former CCHS Head Coach Chris Aufiero.

The goals of the program are: 
1. Community: A club-level baseball experience with classmates and peers 
2. Coaching: Professional coaches who prioritize skill development and love of baseball over "win at all costs"
3. Competition: Play elite programs from surrounding towns including teams in the New England Elite Baseball League
4. Convenience: First-class program at a reasonable cost with limited travel to practices and games 
5. CCHS: Build a strong feeder program to develop an elite high school baseball program 
If you are interested in Rebels for 2020, please enter your son's information here:

Thanks, and please let me know if you have any questions.
Phil Gibson
CCYB Rebels Coordinator
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Cooperstown 2020
by posted 07/21/2019

Cooperstown 2020 

Concord-Carlisle sends an all-star U12 baseball team to compete in a
highly competitive, week-long national all-star baseball tournament
hosted in Cooperstown, NY every summer.  CC will field a team in 2020
that will likely compete in Cooperstown in the second half of August.  

The selection process for the 2020 CC Cooperstown team includes a
tryout to take place on Monday, 8/26 and Wednesday, 8/28
from 6-7:30 at Ripley Field. Your son is required to attend one tryout
but may attend both. To be eligible for the team, your son must be no older
than 12 on April 30, 2020 and must live in, go to school (Fenn included) in,
or have a parent that works in Concord or Carlisle.
Registration for the tryout can be found here:  
Playing in Cooperstown is a unique and exciting opportunity. However,
there will be a substantial time and financial commitment required. 
The Cooperstown team will have practices that augment your normal
club or town baseball schedule throughout the winter, spring, and summer. 
Parents should plan an all-in per player cost of at least a $1,000. 
The ultimate cost will vary based on fundraising efforts. Scholarships through
CCYB will be available for eligible parents. Further, the success of this trip
will be highly dependent on parent support and willingness to participate
in planning for the event.   

For for more information about the Cooperstown experience, please see:


Additional info can be found here:


For questions, contact Ted Gillick:  edward.gillick@gmail.com

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