Conejo Valley Little League


Conejo Valley Little League (CVLL) is a chartered member of Little League Baseball.  Since 1963, CVLL has been a youth sports resource for boys and girls ages 4 to 18 years. The league has eight age-grouped divisions plus a Challenger Division for mentally and physically handicapped players.  In all, a typical Spring season will include about 450 players and 100 volunteers.  Practices begin in February and the playing season runs from early March to mid June.  A Fall Ball season runs from September through November.

CVLL produced the United States Champions in the 2004 Little League World Series. A few of those same players were part of the CVLL team that won the 2010 United States Big League Championship for players aged 18 and under!

The playing divisions and age groups of CVLL are:

Challenger Division - The Challenger Division is a unique program for mentally and/or physically challenged youth aged 5 thru high school age which allows the enjoyment of Little League participation in an athletic environment structured to their abilities.

Peanut Division (Ages 4 - 6) – Little League rules require that all 4, 5 & 6 year olds play in the Peanut Division, which does not allow pitching. The Peanut Division is strictly instructional and non-competitive, providing a fun environment that introduces players to the fundamentals of the game. There are no tryouts and players are assigned to teams by the CVLL Player Agent.

Minor International Division (Ages 6-8) – All 7 year old players and some 8 year olds will be assigned to this division, in which pitching is introduced. 6 year olds with at least 1 year of tee ball experience may petition to play in this division. This division is also non-competitive in that no standings are kept. Players are assigned to teams by the Player Agent.

Minor National Division (Ages 7-9) – This is a developmental division which introduces players to more advanced techniques involving base running, fielding and pitching. Players are drafted onto teams after participating in tryouts. 7 year olds may petition to play in this division. This is a player’s first exposure to a competitive division.

Minor American Division (Ages 9 – 12) – This division includes players aged 10 to 12 not drafted into the Majors, and enough 9 year olds to fill out the league. This division provides these players an opportunity to expand their skills by incorporating more advanced parts of the game such as base stealing and bunting. Players are drafted onto teams after participating in tryouts. Players aged 12 are not allowed to pitch. Players in this division may be drafted up to the Major Division during the regular season to fill a vacancy.

Major Division (Ages 10 – 12) – The Majors consists of experienced 10, 11 and 12 year old players participating in a highly skilled division. Managers stress sound fundamentals in all aspects of the game. Players are drafted onto teams after participating in tryouts.

Junior Division (Ages 13 & 14) – All 13 and 14 year olds participate in this division, which features lead offs, pick offs and a larger field. The division consists of CVLL teams and teams from other nearby leagues. Players are drafted onto teams after participating in tryouts.

ABDG Division (Ages 15-19) - Amateur Baseball Development Group

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Simi Valley Little League


Simi Valley Little League has divisions available for all youths of all ages. There are no tryouts so boys and girls can sign up with friends and play on the same team!  We welcome individual players and teams throughout Southern California. Registration fees are $75.00 per player for all divisions (ages 4-12). Spring season starts in March and fall season starts in mid-September!

Tee Ball Baseball is for boys and girls 4-6 years old. Coach Pitch is for boys and girls 6-7 years old (6 year olds permitted with one year of Tee ball).  Farm (kidpitch) is for boys and girls 7-8 years old (7-9 allowed based on ability). Major is for boys and girls ages 9-12. The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 13-15.

The Challenger Division was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school, to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide.

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Thousand Oaks Girls Softball Association


Thousand Oaks Girls Softball Association (TOGSA) is a non-profit organization that operates under the supervision of the Amateur Softball Association (ASA). TOGSA provides organized, recreational softball programs to over 200 girls ages 5 to 14 each year.

Registration starts in November for league play starting in the spring of each year. Visit for more information.

Simi Valley Girls Softball


Simi Valley Girls Softball is dedicated to providing a safe and positive environment for girls to participate in Fastpitch Softball. It is our intent and desire that each player will have fun while gaining knowledge of the game, that each player will know the importance of teamwork, commitment, and empathy, and that each player will develop self-confidence and positive character traits.

Simi Valley Girls Softball supports over 500 players in 6 age divisions ranging from 4 1/2 to 18 years of age.

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Santa Susana Baseball League in Simi Valley

Santa Susana Baseball League has served the community of Simi Valley since 1962. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching children community baseball skills, teamwork and sportsmanship in the PONY sports tradition. 

Games played on Sundays. Ages 4 to 15. Season begins in mid-September. Registration takes place in mid to late August. Divisions include Shetland (ages 4-6), Pinto (ages 7-8), Mustang (ages 9-10), Bronco (ages 11-12) and Pony (ages 13-15). 

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Moorpark Girls Softball


The mission of Moorpark Girls Softball is to stimulate interest and foster support and guidance in girls softball, for the betterment of the youth in the community, to inspire a healthful, active, and competitive spirit among the youth and to instruct them in the true meaning of sportsmanship and to afford a convenient and authoritative body for the purpose of organizing, directing, and providing financial support for the organization.

The Spring recreational season begins with tryouts in January. Games begin the first week of March and are played every Saturday until Daylight Savings time begins. Ages 4 to 13.

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