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Code Of Conduct

"Little League is a program of service to youth.  It is geared to provide an outlet of healthful activity and training under good leadership in the atmosphere of wholesome community participation.  The movement is dedicated to helping children become good and decent citizens.  It strives to inspire them with a goal and to enrich their lives towards the day when they must take their places in the world.  It establishes the values of teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play."

In light of this, the following Code of Conduct is designed to instill and maintain the highest level of sportsmanship, integrity, fairness and professionalism in the Clark Little League program.  

  • Present an image of professionalism and competency, to include dress and appearance.
  • Present exemplary behavior during all Little League and/or related activities.
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm, honesty and respect for the game which necessarily includes fair play.
  • Comply with established game, League and National Little League rules.
  • Display and encourage sportsmanship; encourage the same by players and fans.
  • Place the emotional and physical well-being of players at the top of your priorities (to include a safe playing environment).
  • Will not use tobacco, drugs or alcohol while involved in/around Little League and/or related activities.

Background Checks

All volunteers of Clark Little League including managers and coaches must submit background check information to the league secretary.

Submitting Score and Pitch Count
Home team must submit the score and pitch count using or using the TSHQ app at the completion of each game.

Reviewing Pitch Counts
Teams can review pitch counts on the website after scores and pitch counts are posted.  This information can be viewed for any event in the View Scores page.  At this time, pitch count data will only available on the website only.  Users will only be able to see their team's scores in the TSHQ app.

Practice Field Requests
Field requests can be made for practices and should be created through the Clark Little League website.  You can follow the link for Instructions for creating a practice.

Submitting a request does not guarantee the request for day/time/practice fields.

ames have priority at the CLL Complex. If you have practice scheduled at a CLL Field and there is a game scheduled for that field you will not be able to use the field for practice.  Please remember Sundays are used for rain out makeups on Clark Little League Complex.

Be sure to double check the Field PermitsLeague Calendar. and Field AvailabilityTool to ensure the fields are available for your practice time. The scheduling tool will allow you to schedule fields outside of the permit windows.  It is your responsibility as a manager/coach to stay up to date with the League Calendar and to check the Field Permits to see if the fields are available or if any changes have been made.

Pre and Post Game Field Maintenance Tasks and Responsibilities
Pre and Post Game Field Maintenance

Technical Support Resources:
TSHQ Mobile App Support
Team Pages Support
Submitting Practice Field Requests
Parent and Player Help

Additional Coaching Resources:
General Baseball Drills - All Ages
Indoor Practice Plan