Additional COVID-19 Safety Regulations will be in effect for all home games, practices, and other events. Neighboring communities will have their own policies in place for their home events that must be followed. All athletes and volunteers must complete the PCSD COVID-19 Waiver to practice at PCSD facilities.
Home games have been relocated to Veteran's Memorial Field. View our current schedule for the most recent updates.
The Board of Directors had a meeting on May 27, 2020 and they discussed a variety of topics regarding the upcoming summer season. Before making final decisions, they would like the feedback of all of our registered players (& parents) and volunteers. All registered players and volunteers are required to complete our short COVID-19 survey. Please complete this survey no later than Friday, June 5, 2020.
By completing this survey, you will be able to:
Each athlete and volunteer should complete their own survey. Different questions are asked of athletes and volunteers. Families with multiple athletes should also complete a separate survey for each athlete as questions do vary based on each athlete's league.
Additional information will be available in the survey, but PDF versions are available for review if you need to access them after you submit the survey.
NOTE: You will be unable to save and resume your survey at a later time like you can do during registration. If your athlete plans to participate this upcoming summer season, they will need to be with you when you complete the survey so they can sign the COVID-19 Supplemental Waiver. If your athlete will not be participating or if you are a volunteer, you will not need an athlete signature and can complete the survey on your own.
All athlete registrations and volunteer applications submitted before 5/28/2020 at 4:00 PM are able to complete a waiver. Registrations and volunteer applications submitted after that will be periodically added and given access to the survey.
You can complete our COVID-19 Survey below. If you have trouble completing it on our website, you can complete it here instead.
High School Season Canceled
The Badger Conference has elected not to participate in the extended spring softball season this summer. As a result, there will be no official high school season for 2020. All high school aged players are encouraged to register with Portage Youth Softball if they wish to play Portage softball this summer.
Registration has been extended for the 16/18U League to allow high school players to still register following the news of the high school season cancellation. The regular registration deadline has been extended to Sunday, May 31, 2020 at 11:59 PM. The late registration deadline has been extended to Sunday, June 14, 2020 at 11:59 PM. (All deadlines are subject to change). Please register as soon as possible if you wish to play this summer.
Online payment has temporarily been suspended for all new registrations. New registrations will be contacted to pay at a later time once we are confident in having a summer season and know more details about the season. Any interested players need to register online without paying at this time.
High school players that are eligible for the 14U League based on their age will need to contact us prior to registering. The online registration form will give an error to any Rookie, 10U, 12U, or 14U players that try to register. Any players at any age level that have not yet registered but are interested in playing this summer should contact us as soon as possible.
Volunteer applications are still being accepted for all leagues. No final decisions have been made on coaches. If you are interested in volunteering this upcoming season, fill out a volunteer application as soon as possible.
You can access the registration portion of our website here.
Since we normally are having regular practices in May but are unable to due to COVID-19, we have been posting some online training drills that we want all of our players to work on at-home. These drills focus on a variety of topics including fielding, hitting, bunting, pitching, catching, and more!
Most of these drills require minimal space and equipment and do not take long to complete. We encourage all of our players to attempt as many of these drills as possible so they can progress more quickly once the season begins while staying active during this time at home.
Several new drills are added each week! Check them all out on our Training Blog.
STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control voted to cancel 2020 spring sports regular-season competitions and the Tournament Series while allowing individual, virtual spring sports coaching to continue until the final day of the 2020 season, which is the final day of the State Tournament for the respective sports.
The cancellation of spring competitions and State Tournaments is in support of Gov. Tony Evers’ ongoing efforts to prevent, suppress and control the spread of the COVID-19 disease. On April 16, the state’s Safer-at-Home order was extended until May 26, 2020 with all public and private K-12 schools closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year (June 30), which also prohibits all school extracurricular and athletic activities.
The WIAA Board of Control has voted to cancel 2020 the regular season & tournaments. However, in efforts to provide an opportunity for spring teams to practice and compete, the Board also granted 30 days for practice and competition over the summer to include seniors.🚨
Acclimatization rules must still be followed & contact must follow the governor's orders. With the current order in place, no interscholastic athletics may take place until after June 30.
Spring sport coaches can continue with virtual coaching until the conclusion of the respective state tournament's initially scheduled dates.
More details to come.
(Courtesy of Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association)
STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control will discuss the membership’s options for the remainder of the spring sports seasons and for summertime regulations at its scheduled meeting on April 21 via video conferencing.
Gov. Tony Evers extended the state’s Stay at Home order until May 26, 2020, and ordered all public and private K-12 schools to remain closed and interscholastic athletics are prohibited for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year in an announcement made today.
In accordance with Gov. Evers’ new directive, all interscholastic training, practices, scrimmages and contests remain suspended. The WIAA postponed all athletic participation following an executive order issued by the governor on Friday, March 13 that closed all public and private schools on March 18.