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Here are some links to useful templates



Aggregate Eval Scores - Use this spreadsheet to aggregate your evaluation scores from the assessment camp. This document can help you prepare for the draft. 

Skill Assessment Form - Use this document to capture your opinion of a player's ability during the Assessment camp. Please keep this for your records and submit a copy to the Player Agent.

Batting Lineup Template (MS Word) - This is a template batting lineup card. Prepare 2 copies, 15 minutes before game time and present one to visiting team score keeper and one to the home team score keeper. Use your copy for batting lineup in dugout.

Batting Lineup Template (PDF) - This is a template batting lineup card. Prepare 2 copies, 15 minutes before game time and present one to visiting team score keeper and one to the home team score keeper. Use your copy for batting lineup in dugout.

Roster and Positions (Excel) - Putting a Little League lineup together can be like solving a Rubics Cube. To move one cell, you have to move three more to get it all lined up. It is hard. This spreadsheet was built to help coaches ensure they put together a defensive lineup that evenly distribute playing time across infield and outfield positions - as is the spirit of Ken-Caryl Little League.  

Positive Charting (PDF) - Tips for creating a positive, constructive environment for your team.
 

Tee-ball Program
The Little League Tee Ball program is a 10-week co-ed plan and resource that features structured learning, highlighted by one practice and one game per week. Over the course of the season, coaches and parents will engage in a series of lessons utilizing up to 40 activities that include skills, drills and plenty of physical activity​