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WCYS League General Information

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Age groups currently offered:


Coach Pitch                                                                      Fast Pitch                            

4 yr. olds   (not offered in fall ) 11 & Under   
6 & Under                         16 & Under  
8 & Under                              

In addition to the above fees, each player is subject to a $10 per player field utilization fee in addition to the league fee that is imposed by the Warren Co. Parks and Rec. Dept.
                                                                        

Our spring season typically starts with practices in April, games beginning in May and going into June, depending on the weather.  Fall season typically runs from mid August thru September.

The age divisions that we have each season depend on the number of applicants there are.

First, and foremost, our leagues are instructional leagues.  Every effort is made to teach the fundamentals of softball and to develop each and every athlete based on their level of experience and ability.

The fast pitch leagues have player evaluations for the spring season only.  This is by no means a try out.  Every child that wants to play in the fast pitch league will play.  

You may contact us at [email protected], from our website www.wcgirls.org, or on our Facebook page

 Please use the following chain of command if you have any questions, problems, and/or complaints.

PLAYER OR PARENT

COACH

LEAGUE COMMISSIONER

VICE PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT

 

DO NOT CALL ANY BOARD MEMBER AFTER 8:00PM

 



FOR SOFTBALL ONLY:
TINA TUCK THOMPSON
270-535-3295

CODE OF ETHICS

This Code of Ethics has been adopted and approved by Warren County Fiscal Court (WCFC) and adopted by Warren County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPRD) and applies to all coaches, managers, supervisors, sponsors, participants, players, administrators, officials, parents, and spectators attending programs, activities, and functions on WCPRD or Warren County properties.

Youth sports leagues chartered with WCPRD are independent organizations from WCPRD and WCFC.  Any individual who has been ejected by a league or found in violation of a league’s bylaws is subject to penalties set forth in its own bylaws. 
 
ARTICLE I.  VIOLATIONS
Cursing (malicious or otherwise, verbally, written, or electronically via email, text, social media, or other communication or by physical gesture) at another manager, coach, supervisor sponsor, participant, players, game official, parent, spectator, administrator, or official of the Warren County Parks and Recreation Department.
Pushing, hitting, striking, physical assaulting, or threatening (verbally, written, or electronically via email, text, social media, or other communication or by physical gesture) of or by a manager, coach, supervisor, sponsor, participant, player, official, parent, spectator, administrator, or official of the Warren County Parks and Recreation Department.
Drinking or being under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, or any controlled substance while on WCPRD or W.C. Public School premises before, during, or after an event.
Acting in an irrational or disorderly manner, harassing, menacing, or making a public spectacle or nuisance of oneself before, during, or after a scheduled event.  
Vandalism, damage, or defacement of WCPRD property or Warren County properties
Reckless driving in a motorized vehicle and irresponsible driving which may pose an imminent danger to patrons including burnouts, racing, and non-compliance with posted speed limit signage on WCPRD grounds.
Being ejected by a league program conducted on WCPRD property.
Inappropriate contact with a minor, sexual abuse, theft, wanton endangerment.  
Anyone found in violation of these Code of Ethics may be prosecuted in accordance with Kentucky Revised Statutes for criminal offenses that meet the descriptions above.
ARTICLE II.  PENALTIES 
All WCPRD Code of Ethics violations are subject to review by WCPRD Administration/Director, WCPRD Assigned Deputy, W.C. Sheriffs’ Office, and W.C. Attorney; and these entities have full authority to adjust, change, alter, modify, and extend all penalties, length of dismissals, and/or suspensions.
Penalties for Violation of Article I. A 
First Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, and functions for 24-hour period from time of infraction.
Second Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for period of zero (0) to six (6) months from date of infraction.
Third Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for a period of zero (0) to twelve (12) months from date of infraction.
Penalties for Violations of Articles I: B, C, D
First Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for a period of zero (0) to six (6) months from the date of the infraction.
Second Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for a period of zero (0) to twelve (12) months from the date of the infraction.
Penalties for Violations of Articles I: EF
First Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for a period of zero (0) to six (6) months from the date of the infraction.
Second Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for a period of zero (0) to twelve (12) months from the date of the infraction.
Penalties for Violations of Articles I: G
First Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for a period of zero (0) to six (6) months from the date of the infraction.
Second Offense:  Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, programs, and functions for a period of zero (0) to twelve (12) months from the date of the infraction.
Penalties for Violation of Articles I: H
Dismissal from all WCPRD properties, events, and functions until the criminal investigation by County Law Enforcement, W.C. Attorney, and WCPRD has been concluded and verdict confirmed.  If found guilty, penalty will be permanent dismissal form all WCPRD properties, events, and functions.

ARTICLE III.  APPEALS
Anyone who has violated WCPRD Code of Ethics and has been disciplined accordingly has the right to appeal before the WCPRD Advisory Council Incident Review Committee.  
All decisions rendered by this Committee will be final and enforced by WPRCD on its properties.
Anyone requesting a WCPRD appeal acknowledges that appeals are not granted on weekends and that they must allow for a responsible amount of time to set up the meeting based on committee members’ availability.
Anyone disciplined by a League for infractions of said league’s rules and/or bylaws must go through that league’s appeal process.  This process is separate and independent from the WCPRD appeal process.  Leagues are responsible for their own judgments and disciplinary action taken on individuals who violate league-specific rules.
Revised 1/18/22
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