Parents Page

"Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good too."  - Yogi Berra

Forms and Links

Safety Resources

Incident Reporting Form (pdf)               

Concussion Forms/Links:

Concussion Training

EBA Concussion Policy (pdf)

Online Background Check Sites:

EBA's Clearance Process

PA Child Abuse Clearance Site

PA State Police Criminal Background Check Site 

FBI Check

Registration Forms

Paper Registration Form (pdf)

Uniforms and Equipment (pdf)


Little League Mandatory Play Rules

Mandatory Play: What Parents Need to Know

Parents Page


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2014 Orioles

2015 Fall 10U Section 1

2015 AA Champions - Orioles

2017 10U Warwick Tournament Champions - Merlins

Please note that our goal by the Spring 2020 season is to have all teams be named "Ephrata".  The "Mounts" name will be reserved for the high school team and all other names (Merlins, Dragons, etc) will be retired.  Teams will be referred to Ephrata 12U S1 or Ephrata 14U Section 3.    In house teams will be referred to Ephrata Purple or Ephrata Black, etc.  This will save on uniform costs as well as the complexity of ordering.  

Read before you buy: 2018 Bat Standards

Little League is changing their standard for approved bats starting in the spring 2018. The LCYBL is allowing bats approved in 2017 and the new bats for 2018 in the upcoming season.  Before purchasing a new bat next year, we recommend reading more about it at the link below.  

2018 Bat Standards

2017 Bat Standards

Survey Results

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