If you know a family with a child that has any physical, mental, or developmental disabilities, that would like to join us to play baseball for the Spring 2017 season, please email Marcia Wileczek at for registration details.
Challenger Division is Little League’s adaptive baseball programs for boys and girls (ages 4-18) with physical, mental, and developmental challenges.
Registration for Exton Little League Challenger Division is now open and it is FREE!
Click on the registration box on the upper right hand side of the screen to register your son/daughter.
Our 2017 spring season is just a few months away and if you are a new family considering joining our league or a returning family looking to continue your experience, we hope you'll register now. Below is some general information to give you an idea of what to expect.
Registration will be open from now until roughly February 28. For older boys and girls (ages 7-12), teams will be drafted following February evaluations, and generally by March 15. Coaches will notify parents of team assignments around that time, with practices beginning, weather permitting, in mid-March.
The season will begin the first week of April for boys and girls ages 7-12. Teams will generally play two games a week (one during week and one on the weekend). Practices are scheduled by coaches. Our season will end the first week of June and culminates in our annual Home Run Derby on Sunday, June 11.
For teeball, we follow the Little League Teeball development program, and wait until the weather gets a bit warmer; generally starting the second week of April. Practices are once a week and "games" are played on Saturdays at our dedicated teeball field at Roscioli Park on Ship Road.
If you have any questions please send an inquiry to our general mailbox and someone will get back to you within 24 hours. Hope to see you soon!
Fields are open, but will require some work. Coaches/volunteers should arrive at fields 45 minutes before scheduled game time. Please follow the field care process that was discussed at field maintenance meeting.
Field dry should be used very sparingly (if overused it will turn the fields into concrete). Puddles should be first soaked up using sponges and puddle packs in shed; raked open to dry, use dry dirt behind cages as well.
FIELDS WILL BE ASSESSED THROUGHOUT THE DAY, BUT OUR GOAL WILL BE TO PLAY GAMES AS SCHEDULED
As a reminder, Please DO NOT use field dry for practices.
Puddles should be carefully pushed into grassy areas; rake open any wet or soft areas and allow to dry.
All WCASD field users should check the field condition report and follow school district instructions.