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Wyandotte County Sports Association, Inc.

10100 Leavenworth Road Kansas City, KS 66109

Providing Youth Baseball and Softball in Kansas City, KS since 1960

2019 Spring/ Summer Schedules

As of 5:00pm on 4/24/19 schedules for the following divisions have been uploaded:

Baseball : T-Ball; 7/8yr; 9/10yr; 11/12yr; 13/14yr (Partial)

Softball: T-Ball; 10U, 12U

Schedules for 8U softball will be posted as soon as possible, schedules for this division are currently being coordinated with Field of Dreams to cover interleague play.

The rest of the 13/14yr baseball schedule will be updated as soon as possible.

Jayhawk Classic Baseball Tournament schedules will be available after 5:00pm on Friday, May 3rd.

*Please remember all schedules are subject to change, you should check your team schedules frequently throughout the season for the most accurate game information*

Updated 90 minutes prior to first scheduled activity when necessary.

Registration Closed - Team Placement is Not Available in Most Divisions

Registration link is still active for those individuals who have contacted WYCO

For inquiries on open age divisions e-mail

2019 Jayhawk Classic


2019 Jayhawk Classic


Linking E-Mails to Sports Engine Accounts

Great option for families to stay informed (busy or split households, grandparents).

Click HERE to read how to add an additional e-mail to your Sports Engine account.


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Gate Admission Fee

There is $2/ person gate admission fee for all persons 16 years old and older in order to enter the complex for any league event.

Gate admission is subject to change during tournament activities.


The Seven Guiding Principles of Youth Sports

  1. Make It Fun!
  2. Limit Standing Around
  3. Everyone Plays
  4. Teach Every Position To Every Participant
  5. Emphasize The Fundamentals
  6. Incorporate A Progression Of Skill Development For Every Participant
  7. Yell Encouragement!  Whisper Constructive Criticism

The Sportsmanship "High Five" for Fans

  1. Help develop a community reputation for  good sportsmanship.
  2. Give encouragement to athletic teams and recognition of good plays by everyone.
  3. Be a role model by being positive in every manner possible. 
  4. Support those playing, coaching, and officiating. 
  5. Respect the judgment and strategy of the coach. 


Wyandotte County Sports Association  

10100 Leavenworth Road

Kansas City, KS 66109

913-299-9197 Office  


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