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2016 Pilot Division Eligible Ages By 8/12
Machine Pitch Baseball 2nd-3rd Grade $40
Player/Coach/Machine Pitch Mix Baseball 4th-5th Grade $40

The Town is offering a new Fall Baseball program at the recreational level for ages 7-8 (machine pitch) and 9-10 (player/coach/machine pitch) for the fall of 2016. Teams will play various days of the week with 1-2 games per week. Nights of play being Monday and Wednesday at 5:30-7pm, and Saturday during the morning and afternoon. The majority of games will be played on the turf field at OHOW Park under the lights (unless registration numbers are so large that we must schedule some games on the adjacent VandenBerg Field). These days/time of play were selected based on survey input obtained from parents of players in Cedarburg Little League for this age group.

2nd & 3rd Grade Division
2nd & 3rd Grade Division Rules

This division of play will kick off the Fall Ball season with two practices the week of August 29th. The season will then transition into 10 games, concluding the week of October 3rd. Following the regular season games, teams will play a Saturday game to cap off the season. This division of play will use the pitching machine/sling shot machine. The goal of this division is to have fun, enjoy baseball, extend their learning of the game.

4th & 5th Grade Division
4th & 5th Grade Division Rules

This division of play will kick off the Fall Ball season with two practices the week of August 29th. The season will then transition into 10 games, concluding the week of October 3rd. Following regular season games, teams will play a Saturday game to cap off the season. This division of play will make use of a variety of pitching methods to transition players off the pitching machine and into player pitch baseball. Coaches will be notified that the goal is to incorporate the pitching machine, Coach Pitch, and Player Pitch methods into play at some point during the season so all players continue to grow their skill set. The goal of this division is to have fun, enjoy baseball, extend their learning of the game.

Regular Season Cedarburg Little League 2016

NOTE: contact Town Hall if your child would like to participate in a division of play not shown below. There are opportunities to play in other local Little League programs.
2016 Division Eligible Ages By 3/5 After 3/18
**Tee Ball (one division) Ages 4-6 years $60 $85
Machine Pitch Minors Baseball Age 7-8 years $80 $105
Player Pitch Minors Baseball Age 9-10 years $85 $110
Intermediate Baseball Ages 11-13 years $85 $110
Rookies Softball Ages 7-8 years $80 $105
Minors Softball Ages 9-10 years $80 $105
Majors Softball Ages 11-12 years $80 $105

**Tee Ball will continue to be the foundation program for the 4-6 year olds. Parent/Coach survey input has indicated a preference to break the Tee Ball kids into two separate groups; one group of teams made up of 4 year olds, and a second group of teams made up of 5-6 year olds. Registrations were sorted with the intent on providing that structure for the 2016 season. However, the small number of four year olds combined with teammate requests required us to pool all 4-6 year olds together and build the teams within one division.


Over 420 kids have again registered for Cedarburg Little League in 2016 as part of the Town's Recreation Department. Cedarburg Little League has been chartered by Little League International, the world's largest youth sports program with more than 2.4 million children, 1 million volunteers and over 35 million alumni.

ELIGIBILITY: Eligible participants are boys and girls 4-13 years old living within the CLL boundary area (click here to see the CLL boundary map) (not related to municipal boundaries) or 2) living outside the CLL boundary area but attending a school within the CLL boundary area. If living outside the boundary area but attending a school within the boundary area, parents will need to present an official school document, such as a report card or school enrollment form, confirming enrollment in the school for the current academic year at Town Hall, dated before October 1, 2015, before the child will be placed on a team, or complete the School Waiver form.

If you both live outside the boundary area and attend a school outside the boundary area, you can still play CLL by completing this Residency Waiver Form at Town Hall (it needs to be signed and notarized at Town Hall.

Once online registration is complete, parents of NEW players must present three proofs of residence (driver’s license, federal or state records, utility bill), and present the child’s birth certificate to verify age at Town Hall before your child will be placed on a roster. If your child played with Cedarburg Little League in the past YOU DO NOT NEED TO PRESENT ANY DOCUMENTS TO TOWN HALL.

Volunteer Application for Coaches, Umpires & Concessions Workers
Volunteer Application for Coaches - Click Here
NEW IN 2016: Little League will be providing a free printed copy of its 10-week Tee Ball Curriculum to every chartered Tee Ball team. The Little League Tee Ball Curriculum aims to improve player acquisition and retention by providing coaches with everything they need to teach the fundamentals of the game in a fun, active environment and includes:
  • 10 detailed practice plans focused on fun, fitness, and fundamentals
  • Over 40 drills and activities to be used during practices
  • Tips for creating an exciting and engaging game play environment Sample schedules
  • Everything a first time coach needs to have a successful coaching experience

The volunteer form must be completed by all those that wish to coach, umpire or work concessions and be submitted to Town Hall with a copy of your driver's license. Umpires can volunteer their time or work for pay. If you have questions regarding this, please contact Paul Jungbauer at Town Hall.

Residency Waiver Forms
Click - CLL Boundary Map
Click - Residency Waiver Form
This waiver form must be completed by all those that both live outside of the Cedarburg Little League Boundary area and attend a school outside of the boundary area and that wish to play for CLL.
Click - School Waiver Form
Players that live outside the Little League boundary but attend a school within the boundary area can register by showing an official school document (instead of filling out the residency waiver), such as a report card or school enrollment form for the current academic year, dated before October 1, 2015. The form above can be used as an alternative method of proof of enrollment if you do not wish to submit a school document.

Sponsors 2016
Click - SPONSORS 2016
Anyone interested in sponsoring or financially contributing to Cedarburg Little League please view this two-page sponsorship structure letter. Signage at the Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin Fields (located at Five Corners) is offered again in 2016. Please contact Recreation Coordinator Paul Jungbauer at Town Hall if you are interested in supporting the programs & the youth of the community.

Concessions - Stand Operator Needed in 2016
The Five Corners Lions Club has disbanded and will not be operating the concessions stand at the OHOW Fields in 2016. Any group or organization interested in operating the concessions stand during the season out of the concessions building at the OHOW Fields should email Paul Jungbauer to discussion the opportunity. There is no league requirement to help; you can volunteer to help with concessions if you are available.

Why Cedarburg Little League
Several features make Cedarburg Little League excel in comparison to other local programs, including:
  • Opportunity to attend and walk on the field before a Brewer game during the Annual Little League Night at Miller Park
  • Players can walk on the field after a Chinooks game at Cedarburg Little League Night at the Chinooks
  • League rules ensure every child will play in every game
  • Participants receive instruction from trained coaches at practices/clinics
  • Play games against one another and Little League teams from neighboring communities
  • Close out the season with a pizza party
  • Opportunity to participate in the Little League World Series

Challenger Division
Cedarburg Little League will not offer the Challenger League in 2016 due to limited interest. Challenger League is for children ages 5-18 who are physically and/or mentally challenged. Those interested in the Challenger League should contact Grafton Little League. For general information on the Challenger Division, click here.

2016 Recreation Sponsors
  • Today's Dentistry
  • Little Sprouts Dental
  • Orthopedic Hospital of Wisconsin
  • Ataco Steel Corporation
  • Cedarburg Quarry
  • 5 Corners Chrysler Dodge Jeep
  • Gollnick & Sons Tree Service
  • Craig Kasten
  • Levy & Levy Attorneys at Law
  • M Squared Engineering
  • Newman Chevrolet of Cedarburg
  • Thierfelder Builders, Inc.
  • Tri-Par
  • Visual Image Photography, Inc.
  • Anderson & Associates
  • Cedar Crest Ice Cream
  • Beyer's True Value
  • Domino's Pizza - Grafton
  • Terrace Realty
  • Antoine, Hoeft, & Eberhardt S.C.
  • Bigler Sports
  • Burghardt Sporting Goods
  • Boehlke Bottled Gas
  • Waynes Drive-In
  • Bell Orthodontic Solutions
  • Piggly Wiggly
  • Meijer
  • 5 Corners Storage
  • Johnson's Gardens
  • Campbell's Auto Sport
  •  Port Washington State Bank
  • Pick n Save
  • Custom Service Hardware
  • Integra Physical Therapy
  • 5 Corners Truck & Auto
  • American Signal
  • Allstate Insurance: Joseph Hoell
  • Eernisse Funeral Home