Programs


Oshkosh Youth Baseball/T-Ball - An instructional and fun league for boys and girls ages 4-12 that builds baseball skills, encourages teamwork, and promotes positive attitudes. Kids will be placed on a team based on their school/neighborhood location. The teams will be coached by volunteer coaches. There will be one practice per week (T-Ball/ will practice 30 minutes prior to each game) and one game per week for an 8 game season. Teams in the 9-10 and 11-12 will also participate in a tournament at the end of the season. All players will receive a hat and t-shirt. 

Oshkosh Youth Softball (Formerly OYSB) - A coed instructional and fun slow pitch softball league. This program teaches the fundamentals of softball, encourages team work, and promotes positive attitudes. Players will be placed on teams based on their school/neighborhood location with volunteer coaches. League determined by grade currently in.

Oshkosh Softball Info


Winneconne Youth Baseball/T-Ball - An instructional and fun league for boys and girls ages 4-12 years that build baseball skills, encourages teamwork, and promotes positive attitudes. Players will practice once per week and have a weekly game. Practice day/times are determined by volunteer coaches. Practices will being Mid-April (weather dependent) and games will being May 19th with Opening Weekend. League age is determined by the child's age was of April 30, 2018.

Winneconne Baseball/T-Ball Info


PARENT /YOUTH ATHLETE CONCUSSION WAIVER


The Oshkosh YMCA is also excited to announce a collaboration with the Winneconne Youth Baseball Program (that is administered by the Oshkosh YMCA). Teams in the 9-10 and 11-12 leagues will have the opportunity to play games at both Marble Park in Winneconne and Red Arrow Park in Oshkosh. (Number of away games will be minimal.)

Oshkosh Baseball/T-Ball Info

(required for participation in every sport)

The State of Wisconsin and the Y recognize that concussions and head injuries may result in youth who participate in sports and other recreational activities and that there are dangerous risks when a concussion or head injury is not properly checked or managed. The State of Wisconsin recently passed Wisconsin Act 172 which requires improved education of sports related head injuries and concussions for parents, athletes and coaches. For each sport, the Y will provide a Head Injury and Concussion Information sheet to all parents/guardians and youth participating in competitive sports activities. Parents/guardians and athletes must sign and return an Agreement Form indicating they have reviewed and understand the information about head injuries and concussions.

For more information on concussions, visit www.cdc.gov/Concussions


 

Travis Shufelt, Sports Director
Email:travisshufelt@oshkoshymca.org
Phone:920-230-8924