Maine Cal Ripken DistrictsUpdated Monday May 21, 2018 by Rod Stimpson.
|District||League||Towns within League|
|Commissioner: John Watson||Marshwood||Eliot, South Berwick, Kittery and Lebanon|
|Noble||Berwick, North Berwick and Lebanon|
|Commissioner: Joe Trybus||Andy Valley|
|Sebago - Long Lake|
|Commissioner: Lee Nile||AYS|
|North Franklin County|
|Commissioner: Rod Stimpson||Ararat|
|Durham||Durham, Freeport and Pownal|
|Commissioner: Larry Workman
|Commissioner: John Dovinsky||Gardiner|
|Commissioner: Mike Boise||Eastport|
League Participants Eligibility
A player must play within the league's geographical boundaries in which the player resides. This is determined according to the legal residence of the player's parents or legal guardian. Waivers permitting a player to play outside of his geographical boundaries are not permitted in Babe Ruth League.
The only exceptions to the above rule are as follows:
a. If a player rostered on a Cal Ripken or Babe Ruth League moved outside of that league's geographical boundaries. In this case, the player may finish his playing career in the respective division of that league.
b. With the State Commissioner's approval, if the physical location of the school where a player attends classes during the traditional acedemic year is within the boundaries of an established league, the player is permitted to participate in the established league. Under the school boundary rule, a player is only eligible to participate in one Cal Ripken or Babe Ruth league.
Reggie Hatfield Skowhegan, Maine firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 207-399-4497
Cal Ripken/ Babe Ruth Softball State Commissioner