SPRING-KLEIN SPORTS ASSOCIATION
The Spring-Klein Sports Association (SKSA) is a volunteer based non-profit organization located in Spring, Texas that provides the community with youth baseball and adult softball programs for organized team play.
Youth Baseball Leagues and Tournaments run throughout the year with programs for players from 5 to 18 years of age. See the Youth Baseball page for more information.
The Adult Softball program provides Leagues and Tournaments for players 18 years and older. Please see the Adult Softball page for more information.
As you may be aware, there is a greater emphasis today in youth sports on preventing, recognizing, and obtaining immediate treatment of concussions and head injuries. Please read and follow the policy for SKSA Youth Baseball participants.
SKSA is excited to announce some divison play changes for our 6U and 9U Metro progams - Managers and Parents of Metro 6U and 9U players/teams PLEASE READ!
Have you ever considered getting involved as a volunteer in the SKSA Baseball Program? SKSA Youth Baseball currently has a variety of very important board level volunteer positions that need to be filled urgently.
Check out the Team Web Site and SI Play mobile application for improving your team communications this season.
Spring-Klein Youth Baseball
Thank you for visiting the Spring-Klein Youth Baseball website. Our goal is to provide a healthy environment for the youth of our community to learn and enjoy the great game of baseball and to advance their baseball skills while teaching them key values like honesty, integrity, and respect.
This can be accomplished when our parents, coaches, and league officials work closely together to teach fundamental baseball skills as well as leading by example, practicing good sportsmanship, and being respectful of the competition.
SKSA offers various baseball programs designed to provide levels of play to accommodate players from ages 5 to 18 regardless of their skill level. From recreational neighborhood leagues, pre-formed tournament teams and leagues, to special needs programs - SKSA offers an opportunity for your player.
Additional details of the various programs and classifications are available on the SKSA Youth Baseball Home Page.
If you are new to the area, or just to SKSA you may want to look a the Getting Started page to help you understand the basics. It answers most common questions about the league programs and how to volunteer to manage or coach a team, or even join or start-up a pre-formed team.
General Information - firstname.lastname@example.org
SKSA Maintenance - email@example.com
SKSA Umpires - firstname.lastname@example.org
Metro League Contacts - Metro Coordinators List
P.O. BOX 12022
Spring, TX 77391-2022
Looking to join a Select class team or post information on tryouts? Check out the SKSA Select Team Forum.
Spring-Klein Adult Softball
Thank you for visiting the SKSA Adult Softball site. We offer adult slow-pitch softball leagues for men's and coed teams. Leagues are played throughout the year and we occasionally host tournaments as well.
All leagues consist of 6 weeks of double-headers for a total of 12 games per league. SKSA hosts leagues for C, D, and REC divisions. All play is sanctioned by ASA; ASA and SKSA park rules will be observed. League games are played Sunday through Friday each week with different levels/divisions playing on assigned days.
All SKSA Adult Softball games are played at Collins Park, which is located at 6727 Cypresswood Drive. Click here for a map of the park and field location.
For additional information please see the Adult Softball League page.
Spring-Klein Umpire Association
The Spring-Klein Umpire Association (SKUA) is the governing body for the Spring-Klein baseball umpires. SKUA offers opportunities for umpires at a variety of skill levels to officiate youth baseball games. SKUA hosts classes and instructional camps for new and veteran umpires throughout the year to provide essential training to beginners and advanced mechanics for the seasoned umpire.
Please see the Umpires page for more information.
Spring-Klein Sports Association
"Serving Our Youth Since 1954"
The goal of Spring-Klein Baseball is to provide a healthy environment for the youth of our community to learn fundamental baseball skills while teaching values like honesty, integrity, and respect to help our players be good citizens. This is accomplished when our parents, coaches, and league officials work closely together to train our players on traditional baseball skills (hitting, fielding, and throwing) as well as by teaching them by example with good sportsmanship, by playing by the rules, and being respectful of an official's decision. All coaches, players, and parents have the ultimate responsibility of helping SKSA work towards achieving that goal.
In the summer of 1955, Cruze Reynolds and Elmer Lemm put together a baseball team from the Spring & Klein communities to play at the Cypress Fairbanks League. At the time, Spring and Klein were mostly made up of farmers and dairymen and the area was sparsely populated. It took boys from Spring and Klein to have enough to field a single team and thus, Spring-Klein Baseball was born.
Many of the names on our early teams are easily recognizable. They were: Vic Bailey, Jack Dean Bartels, Roy Benignus, Caleb Hassler, Glen Huffsfiedt, Charlie Langston, Mike Langston, Gary Lemm, Jack Reynolds, Buddy Ray Roth, Donald Schindewolf, and Perry Schindewolf.
The next year, four PeeWee league teams were formed with the players from various ages. These games were played behind the Doerre Brothers Store at the corner of Kuykendahl and Spring Cypress. As the league grew, it purchased land on Spring Cypress. They built one field the first year and then added three more fields shortly after. When the fields were completed the league deeded this land to Harris County , which is now Klein Park. Our league has played baseball under many league affiliations over the years from Texas Teenage Baseball to AABC, PONY, USSSA and most recently Nations Baseball.
By the late 1970’s, the fields at Klein Park were outgrown. Some Spring-Klein board members took a big personal risk and purchased land where our Rothwood facility is today so Spring-Klein Baseball could continue to grow. With the help of many volunteers, they built four fields with no grass and in the early years, Rothwood was known as “The Dust Bowl”. Thanks to these gentlemen and many who followed, Rothwood now has 13 fields and we are glad to say are all covered with grass.
Spring-Klein Baseball currently has a total of 21 fields (13 at Rothwood, 4 at Klein Park, and 4 at Collins). Over the last 52 years Spring-Klein Baseball registration has grown to well over 3000 players per year. There is an asphalt path making its way around the park to provide easy assess to any field. Our lighting project was completed during the spring of 2004. That plus our field maintenance program clearly makes our Rothwood complex one of the premier baseball parks in our area.
Over the years, Spring-Klein Baseball has become the home of many great World Series and championship teams. We are very proud of our league and all of our successes and we look forward to you and your player adding to those great memories as we continue to move our league forward.
Stay in Touch...
The SKSA Sports board is the governing body for the Spring-Klein Sports Association. The Sports Board members are elected individuals per the provisions of the association by-laws.
For general inquiries please email us at email@example.com.
A full list of board members and duties is available HERE.
A full list of baseball board volunteers and roles is available HERE.
A list of age group coordinators for the Metro baseball program is available HERE.
P.O. BOX 12022
Spring, TX 77391-2022
Softball Program Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Softball President: Debbie Gibson email@example.com
12610 Mutineer Lane
Tomball, Texas 77377
Phone: (281) 655-9031
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