Registration opens for spring recreational sports leagues

 It’s time to start gearing up for spring sports in Pitt County. The Winterville Parks and Recreation Department has opened up registration for its spring baseball and softball leagues, and Farmville has opened registration for its baseball and soccer leagues.


Registration for the town’s baseball and softball leagues opened on Jan. 1. Early registration will be open through Jan. 19. The price of participation for Winterville residents is $50, and the price for others is $65. Sign up online by visiting the Winterville Parks and Rec website. Walk-in registration is also available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Late registration will begin on Jan. 20 and continue through Jan. 24. This will also be available online or as a walk-in, and a $10 late fee will be added. Those interested in coaching should complete a coaching application and background check online or at the Parks and Recreation Department office.

The Winterville age divisions include:

  • Rookie (7-8)
  • Minor (9-10)
  • Major (11-12)


Registration for the Farmville Parks and Recreation baseball and soccer leagues opened on Jan. 2 and will continue through Feb. 15.

This season, the Farmville baseball league will be playing with Southern Pitt at the Bud Avery and the Babe Ruth fields. T-ball will be held on the Bud Avery and Bundy fields. Registration for both baseball and T-ball is $30 and can be completed online at the Farmville Parks and Rec website.

Tee-ball age divisions:

  •  3-4
  •  5-6

Baseball age divisions:

  •  6-8
  •  9-10
  • 11-12

Farmville also will be offering a Babe Ruth Baseball League, which has a registration fee of $40. Games will be weekly with some travel expected. This league is for ages 13-15 and 16-18.

The Farmville soccer league is accepting registration until Feb. 15. Games will be played on Saturdays at the Farmville Athletic Complex or at Farmville Middle School. Registration is $3o.

Farmville soccer age divisions:

  • 2-4
  • 5-6
  • 7-8
  • 9-10
  • 11-13

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