Create a fun, safe, and competitive environment for the youth of our community to play baseball in Lafayette and Erie Colorado. Develop the qualities of citizenship, discipline, character, and teamwork amongst the players.
Upon registration, all players/parents must agree to our 2021 COVID-19 Policy!
This policy is subject to change and coaches and players are expected to meet current policy found here.
Coal Creek Little League COVID-19 Policy
All players and coaches must wear masks when 6 foot distance cannot be maintained
Players in the field do not need to wear masks
Players & coaches will stay home if they are sick or do not feel well
You should not “try it” and error on the side of caution
Players & coaches will not attend team activities if they come into direct contact with someone infected with COVID-19, or sent home from school due to contact tracing
If your child has a negative test after contact and will no longer come in contact with the infected individual they can return
Your child can also return with written approval from their Doctor provided to and approved by the CCLL BoDs
Players & coaches will not attend team activities if they come into direct contact with someone suspected of being infected with COVID-19
If that person has a negative test, your child can return
If that person has a positive test, refer to the above rule
Your child can also return with a note from their Doctor
If a player or coach tests positive for COVID-19, they may not attend team functions
After a 10 day quarantine they can return with approval from a healthcare professional
You may return with a negative test
Players & coaches will maintain social distance when possible
Volunteers & coaching staff will wear masks when social distancing is not possible
Players should not share water bottles
Players may not eat food in the dugout during a game, including seeds, gum, or other similar products
Players & coaches should sanitize hands before practice/games
Parents and spectators should practice social distancing guidelines as determined by the state and the local municipality. Parents are strongly encouraged to drop their kids off at practice versus spectating
The area between dugouts is reserved for players during games. Spectators can sit along the outfield lines.
All player bags should be kept outside the dugout to encourage social distancing if possible
Players should have their own bat and helmet.
Bats and helmets will be available for checkout for the season to players requesting them.
Catchers gear must be sanitized when switching player. Each team will receive two sets to help with sharing.
No hand-shaking or high fives. Teams can acknowledge one another by tipping their cap after a game.
CCLL is not liable for failure of individuals not adhering to these guidelines
Guidelines will be adjusted as necessary throughout the season for effectiveness or if/when government guidance changes