REGULAR SEASON (begins when you want it to and ends on the Sunday prior to the sanctioned tournaments, usually mid-to-late July).........
All teams have the option to begin their season as early or as late as they wish. Teams also can end their regular season as early as they wish.
Typical Start Dates
12U and under - begin as early as the first or second week of April, weather permitting. By early May all of the younger aged teams are playing.
13U and above - ENYTB regular season play traditionally begins Memorial Day weekend with the League's official Opening Weekend.
Some 13U and 14U teams begin their seasons the first weekend of May and play Sundays only until Memorial Day weekend.
16U and up - Depending on the high school schedule, Opening Weekend for the 18U and 16U divisions is sometimes moved back to the first or second weekend in June. Teams are not required to participate in Opening Weekend.
[u][b]In-Season Results and Games Not Played As Scheduled[/u][/b][br]
The website is designed to enable members to enter ALL game information themselves. For example, members have the capability to enter line-up cards (optional) player stats (optional), game reports (optional), scores (VERY MANDATORY) and postponements/reschedules/cancellations/forfeits (VERY MANDATORY)etc. All of the website functions just noted appear on each game of your schedule. [br][br]
Member response to entering their own information has been tremendous. Most members posted their game results on the same day the game was played. For example, go to Main > Team Home > Schedule, find the game you just played, and click "enter score" on that game, enter the score. All standings as well as the league leader board update in real-time as game scores and player stats are posted. The standings page in each team's home area is customized to show all its standings on a single page. Each team can also message its players and coaches through a pop-up messenger located in team home and prepare online game reports when entering scores that are automatically emailed to the club's local newspapers.