Important Information

Do you know the signs of a concussion??

In January 2012, the Nebraska State Legislature passed into law (effective 7/1/12), the Concussion Awareness Act. What this means for the organization and the coaches (Head Coach, Asst. Coach, Business Manager, anyone engaged in the coaching or assisting in coaches of our players) is that you must take a 20 minute course on the computer to help you identify the signs and symptoms of a concussion and what to do if a player is suspected to have one, and once completed, print the certificate and GIVE TO A BOARD MEMBER before stepping foot on any playing field, effective 7/1/12. You as coaches now have the responsibility to know this information and follow the guidelines for suspected concussions. You will not be allowed to coach if you have not completed the course.

Below are online training courses designed to recognize the signs of concussions. Each course takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and you only need to complete one listed below. Upon completion you will be able to print out a certificate of completion. This certification needs to be completed every year.

ACTive Athletic Concussion Training for Coaches

CDC - Center for Disease Control

NFHS - National Federation of High Schools


Click on the links below for tools on how to recognize the signs of a concussion. It's time to take a proactive stand in being able to recognize and deal with a concussion instead of reacting to one. These tools are designed for coaches, players, parents, and anybody else who want to know more about concussions in youth sports and the symptoms to look for.

Coaches Information

Clipboard Sheet for Coaches

Player Information

Parents Information

Things you should know before buying your child a bat for the 2023 season.

USSSA has updated their guidelines for what is considered a legal bat to use in youth baseball. They have done this to ensure the safety of all kids playing baseball. These new guidelines do not go into affect until the 2012 season.

Please read all links below thoroughly before investing in a bat this season.

USSSA Baseball Bat Information