Quito Little League is an organization of volunteers dedicated to serving the youth in our community. The commitment is to provide a little league program with qualified leadership. Safety, training, participation, fun, sportsmanship, teamwork, fair play
All 5 year olds must play T-ball by Little League International rule.
First year players should play T-ball. Additionally, Kindergartners should play T-ball, as it is the appropriate peer group. First graders, who can throw, catch and hit without the tee, should play Single-A. Otherwise, a second year of T-ball is appropriate.
Player must participate in the evaluation. The majority of 7 year olds will play A. Those not chosen in the AA draft will play A.
Player must participate in the evaluation. Those not chosen in the AA draft will play A.
Player must participate in the evaluation. Those not chosen in the AAA draft will play AA.
Player must participate in the evaluation. The majority of 10 year olds will play AAA; however, the draft will dictate in which division a player plays. If a 10 year old is not drafted to an AAA or Majors team, he will play AA.
Player must participate in the evaluation. If a 11 year old is not drafted to an Majors team, he will play AAA.
Player must participate in the evaluation and will play Majors unless the family submits a waiver for the player to play AAA.
Please note that the AA, AAA, and Majors teams are chosen via the draft following player evaluations. Most divisions, beginning with Single-A, will be two year stops for each player.Our goal is for the first year in the division to be a year to learn and develop by playing with more experienced and skilled players, while the second year will offer the player an opportunity to be a leader and develop at positions they might not otherwise be able to play if they advanced divisions each year.