League InformationSENIOR LEAGUE
There are three (3) senior leagues that utilize the Sports Complex for games:
- Lake Placid Softball - Mondays and Wednesdays, Start Time 10 am - Contact Cliff Blumb 863-471-6003
- Sebring Softball 50's - Tuesdays and Thursday, start time 12:00 pm - Contact Don Dobbert 256-504-1710
- Sebring Softball 70's - Tuesdays and Thursday, start time 10 am - contact Bill Todd
The Senior Leagues run from January through March each year and games are played on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The 70 and older league plays a 10:00 am and the 55 and older league plays at 12:00 (noon).
Local Adult League
Adult Softball Leagues are co-ed and are open to everyone 18 years and older. Presently, there are two leagues, Recreation A and Recreation B. Recreation A League must have a minimum of 8 teams and Recreation B, Church and Women's League must have a minimum of six teams.
For all league play, U.S.S.S.A. Slow pitch softball rules will apply unless otherwise specified. See Rules here.
Team fees are $385.00 per season. All fees include 10 games, sanctioning fees and a final tournament. The fee includes one umpire, the field and light use as needed. The sanctioning fee is an annual fee. If he team name or player roster changes, an additional sanctioning fee will be required at registration. All subsequent registration fees for the year are $360.00.
The league champion shall receive a 50% off registration voucher for next season only. The voucher can be used by the league champion team only.
End-of-season tournament champions in the league will receive a 25% discount on the registration fee for the upcoming season only. The voucher can be used by the tournament champion team only, with no changes in team name for the next season.
If the league champion and the tournament champion is the same team, the total discount for registration into the upcoming season will be 75%, or $270.
Highlands County parks are open and here is what you need to know to help protect yourself and your family:
1. Whether you are vaccinated or not, consider wearing a cloth face covering or mask.
2. No more than 10 people at a time in dugouts.
3. Spectator groups of no more than 10 people with a minimum of 6 feet separating groups
4. Bring your own sanitizer and use it frequently
5. Don't over crowed parking lots and trailheads
6. Pick up your trash
7. Stay home if you are feeling sick
8. Individuals with a serious underlying medical condition (such as chronic lung disease, moderate-to-severe asthma, serious heart conditions, immune-compromised status, cancer, diabetes, severe obesity, renal failure and liver disease) should continue to stay at home.