Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the league doing to prevent the spread of Covid?

We are following the guidelines and protocols provided by local and municipal governments, with the understanding that it is a very fluid situation, and adapting accordingly.

2. What is the start time?

Start time for games and practices is 6:30 pm, however we are asking that players and volunteers arrive at 6:00p, to allow time for covid screening and check-in.  Our Under 6 program begins at 6:00p every week.

3. Where do we play/ Practice?

Links and maps to all of the parks we use can be found here.

Our primary fields are; Seven Oaks for our Under 6, Under 8, and Under 12 divisions, and Adams Park for our Under 17 division.

4. Is it too late to register? When does registration close?

Registration for our 2022 season starts  February 21st and runs until spots are full. please email to inquire.

5. When does the season start?

U6/T-Ball: Season starts Tuesday May 17th at 6pm

All other age groups: Games start the week of May 23rd

All important dates can be found here and will be updated through out the season.

6. My child has never played before is that okay?

Absolutely! Scarborough Softball operates as an inclusive and fun experience that can be picked up at any age.

7. Do you have a T-ball option?

Yes! T-Ball is a fun and exciting way to learn the fundamentals of softball. Through drills and activities, designed after playground games, children will learn to throw catch, hit and run the bases.  Scores aren't kept, but the coaches keep track of each player's progress, and reward the most improved player in each category at the end of the season.

8. Is the league co-ed?

Yes.  Boys and girls play together in all divisions.

9. What does my registration fee cover?

Registration fee includes all costs from Opening Day to Championship Day including full uniform; jersey, hat and pants.

10. Do I need to provide any other equipment for my child?

All players are required to have their own helmet, with face mask attached, a glove designed for softball and running shoes or softball cleats made out of rubber.

If your child would like to bring their own softball bat, it MUST say softball on it. Bats that say baseball or pony ball will not be allowed to be used.