Play it Safe
Covid Guidelines - 2021 SpringUpdatedTuesday April 6, 2021 byFred Steigerwalt.
March 14, 2021
COVID GUIDELINES FOR SAFE PLAY
Disclaimer – Rules may change at anytime as our league will follow all township, county, state and national law’s governing the return to safe play.
We all understand this has been a challenge keeping our family’s safe and forgo social activity this past year. Hilltop/HTBL allows us the ability to bring back the social aspect our children have desired and is such an important part of their development.
We all understand the dangers of this pandemic. Let’s work together to make this a great season for our players and coaches
It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian of the child to monitor their child(s) health and allow them to participate in a team activity. Before sending your child(s) please check their temperature and notify the manager if they are unable to attend using the SI play app or email contact.
Respect each other
Following 6’ social distancing guidelines at all times for fans. We understand that some families are more comfortable around each other than others. Local and State Government rules must be adhered to all times. If you have concerns about social distancing, please address them immediately and not wait for a league official.
4u (Peewee) and (Quickball)
Divisions Baseball and Softball (Cadet, Cadette, Prep, Minors, Majors, HTBL)
Players should limit any sharing of playing equipment, bats, gloves, fielder’s mask, catcher’s gear, helmets, etc.
Hilltop will have on site equipment with disinfectant spray available as some players may not have certain items at their disposal.
Face Coverings / Masks
All participants are to follow the law and wear face covering while at the park, and especially while at the games per local government rules.
Are available in the lock boxes and sheds for managers usage at Hilltop permitted fields. Dugouts will be sanitized by the coaching staff after the game
No handshaking/celebrations: Players and coaches should refrain from handshakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, group celebrations, etc. Tipping of the cap or waving on the baselines will be allowed at the conclusion of the game.
The league will continue to monitor PA state government sports guideline website at: