For information about the Spring 2022 Baseball season, click here.
For information about the Spring 2022 Softball season, click here.
Dear LCYO Families, Sponsors, and Community,
Registration is now open for the 2022 spring season for softball and baseball! Please take advantage of the Early Bird special pricing and secure your child’s place by registering at LCYO.ORG. Early bird pricing ends December 6th!
The number one rule of LCYO is to “HAVE FUN!”
The Spring Season consists of a commitment of 2 days a week.
Siblings discount of $20 is available for the second and subsequent children within a family but you must register all siblings during the same registration.
To view more information about Baseball Spring 2022, click here.
To view more information about Softball Spring 2022, click here.
More information is also provided when you click on the REGISTER button on our website, so please click on the button you are registering for and review all the info in that section.
LCYO is a 501(c)(3) entity! This is important because for every dollar a sponsor donates to LCYO, it’s a 100% tax write-off. Our two primary sources of revenue are Registration Fees and Sponsorships. All teams will need to find a team sponsor please, or together cover the fee of $300 per team. All team sponsors must be finalized by January 20 so we have time to get the uniform jerseys printed.
Are you 12 years old or older? If yes, you’re eligible to be a Jr. or Adult Umpire during the regular LCYO spring season. Umpires are a paid position and training is paid for by LCYO. If you are someone you know would be interested in being an umpire, please contact our Baseball Umpire Director at BaseballUmpireDirector@lcyo.org for questions. You can register online to be entered into our database.
Are you in 12U, 14U, or LCYO Softball Alumni? If yes, you’re eligible to be a Jr. Umpire during the regular LCYO spring season. Jr. Umpire is a paid position, and games are Monday-Saturday. Schedules vary. Jr. Umpires need to attend a mandatory training in January, and a parent must be available at each game for support. Contact our Softball Umpire Director at UmpireSoftball@lcyo.org for questions. You can register online to be entered into our database.
Let’s make it fun and positive for the kids, stress-free for our parents and easier on our dedicated volunteers. LCYO is one of the best youth sports leagues in America because of our families – that’s YOU!
Enjoy the Holidays!
LCYO DISCOUNT CARD SPRING 2021 FUNDRAISER
Dear LCYO Families!
I first want to thank you all for supporting LCYO in our new Fundraiser this year! All of your efforts helped the league raise just over $30,000 that we will be able to reinvest in the league to make a better experience for our kids. Thank you.
I want to highlight the top two teams from baseball and top team from Softball. We chose to award the top two teams for baseball as they were so close. Thank you Oggi’s for donating the $300 in Gift Cards for their pizza parties ($100 for each team)! Each player on all three teams will also receive a $20 Dicks GC!! Way to go.
Mustang Vara - $2460
Banks 10U - $2453
Pony Anderson - $2440
I would also like to highlight our top 12 (we had a 5 way tie) winners for the $100 Amazon GC’s and the money they raised.
Way to go LCYO and thank you all again.
Director of Uniforms and Fundraising
La Costa Youth Organization (LCYO) www.lcyo.org is a not-for profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides baseball and softball programs for youths between 5 to 16 years old who live mainly in the Carlsbad, San Marcos, Vista and Encinitas areas. Our baseball programs are associated with "Pony" Baseball. Our softball programs are associated with Amateur Softball Association (ASA).
Our Champions division is specifically designed for players of special needs the opportunity to participate in America's favorite pastime of baseball and softball. It’s organized and run by a local high school student, Eli Rejto! LCYO Champions is a co-ed division where boys and girls play together on the same teams. Each player is partnered with a champions buddy (Typically a player 12-16 years of age). We don’t charge any fees for this program and also provide uniforms, hats, trophies and more for the champion’s players and champions buddy. It is our goal to provide an environment that enhances the participants' self-esteem, physical mobility, and embodies the spirit of teamwork and community.
Enjoy one of the finest activities for boys and girls in the North County! The number one rule at LCYO is to "Have Fun!"