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Mason County Youth Baseball Association

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Score Reporting

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Click here to submit 12U Bronco scores and pitching records

Click here to submit 14U Pony scores and pitching records

Heads up Concussion Training

Keeping children and teens healthy and safe is always a top priority. Whether you are a parent, youth sports coach, school coach, school professional, or health care provider, this site will help you recognize, respond to, and minimize the risk of concussion or other serious brain injury. MCYBA requires all coaches to complete this training annually and submit a copy of your certificate of completion.

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Information on Compliance with Senate Bill 5083 - "Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Act"


The safety of our players is paramount to Mason County Youth Baseball. Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death for youth athletes, with as many as 1 in 250 youth athletes having a heart disorder that may increase the risk of sudden cardiac arrest. On July 24, 2015, a new State of Washington law regarding sudden cardiac arrest awareness will go into effect. SB 5083 – referred to as the Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) Awareness Act – was passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor with the intent of making youth athletes, their families, and coaches aware of sudden cardiac arrest.

Similar to the Zachery Lystedt Law (HB 1824) for concussion awareness passed in 2009, SB 5083 specifically outlines requirements for private nonprofit groups, such as youth baseball leagues, to comply with prior to their first use of school facilities in Washington State by the private nonprofit group. This means that each coach must comply with SB 5083 before you can participate in any league activity.  Parents will be required to read and accept a waiver each year regarding the risks of SCA.

Requirements for Mason County Youth Baseball Coaches.

In order to comply with SB 5083, coaches will be required to complete and obtain a Coach Training and Certificate of Completion Every Three Years, each Mason County Youth Baseball coach and assistant coach must complete an online sudden cardiac arrest prevention program and submit a certificate showing completion of the program to the club/association. WIAA is still working on the training program for coaches; in the meantime, WIAA recommends the use of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NHFS) online training. The training takes approximately 15 minutes and is available for free at

Register to Coach

All coaches must complete the online registration process, you can do this when registering your player. See the FAQ below for instructions.

How do I register to coach?

Method 1 
You can fill out the coaching questionnaire during the participant registration process.   Carefully work your way through the registration process, when you reach the volunteer section you are in the coach registration.  Select the role of coach and complete the questionnaire. 

Method 2
Log in to your account and click the My Account Button.  Click the Volunteer tab and then click Add/Remove Volunteer Roles.    Click the View More Volunteer Positions and then select the appropriate division.  Be sure to select the correct division and fill out the questionnaire completely.   

Registering online is the first step, you MUST present your Sudden Cardiac Arrest certificate at the annual all coaches meeting at check in.  You cannot coach unless this certificate has been validated.


Practices will be pre-scheduled through the league scheduler. If you choose to do your own practice days/times, please let the scheduler know that you will not be using the field during your arranged time so that someone else may use it. Any location that you choose will need to be pre-approved by the scheduler to verify an insurance certificate. 

Team Roster


Your team roster will be published once teams are finalized. To view/download or print your roster go to your team home page and click the link titled Print Roster. From here you can export, preview or print the roster.


Background Checks


All coaches and volunteers must consent to a background check.

Promises made by managers or coaches to a parent or player are not binding on the league.