The ball diamonds at Deerwood Park in Evansdale may be silent now, but they are soon to be bustling with activity this spring and summer. It was a long summer last year for everyone, however the Evansdale Youth Softball Association (EYSA) was able to pull off a successful season. Now they're busy getting ready for another exciting year of offering slow-pitch softball and T-ball for area youth. 

These recreational leagues are open to all children in the Cedar Valley area and surrounding communities. Parents, it's hard to find fun, inexpensive things to keep keep your kids active in a safe outside environment. It's also a great place to develop and work on your child's skills, all while having fun on a team.

There are divisions for all age groups, for both boys and girls, "Pre-K" through 12th grade and a co-ed “Mixed League” for high-school aged kids. Registration fee is only $35 and team T-shirts are provided. Practices and games are held on either Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday evenings. Plus, one weekend tournament for each league. All games are played at Deerwood Park in Evansdale.

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Sign-up for this year will be held at a new location, St. Marks Methodist Church, 610 South Evans Road in Evansdale.

Sign up schedule:

*Monday, March 22nd through Friday, March 26th - 4:30pm - 7:30pm
*Saturday, March 27th - 9am - 1pm

Late sign-up will be at the ball diamonds in Deerwood Park on Saturday, April 3rd from 1pm to 3pm. If you have any questions, contact an EYSA Board Member, or via their Facebook page, (do NOT contact Evansdale City Hall). For the "Rookie League" all children must turn 4 years old before Sept. 15th, 2021 and for new T-ball players, all children must turn 5 years old before Sept. 15th, 2021. Proof of age required.

Practices start in May and the season runs through mid-July. For more info go to: or EYSA's Facebook page.

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