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Registration is Open for Spring Sports at Steele Creek Athletic Association

Steele Creek(December 20, 2012) Registration is open for boys and girls spring sports at the Steele Creek Athletic Association now through February 2, 2013 at www.scaasports.com.

In-person registrations for all sports are on Saturdays, January 26 and February 2 from 9:00 AM until 12 Noon at the Community House located at the Steele Creek Athletic Association fields, 13530 Choate Circle.


The spring season playing or :league are' for each player is determined using the following cut-off dates:

4Baseball - Age as of May 1, 2013
4Softball - Age as of December 31, 2012
4Soccer - Age as of August 1, 2012 (Soccer players may begin registering at
                   "league Age 4-1/2 in the spring.)


Practices for baseball, soccer, and girls softball will start in late February with the regular game schedule beginning in late March or early April. The regular game season will end in late Mayor early June, depending on the sport. Post season or tournament play may extend the season for some players into July.

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Steele Creek Athletic Association (SCAA) is a volunteer managed and run organization that was formed in the late 1950's and charged with the purpose of providing youth team sports activities in the Steele Creek community and surrounding area. SCAA first chartered with Little League Baseball in 1958 and was incorporated as a 501(c)3 with the State of North Carolina in 1968.

SCAA members own, built, and maintain their own 40 acre athletic complex on Choate Circle. SCAA also programs the sports activities at other off-site facilities.

SCAA currently maintains nine fields for youth baseball and softball, six fields on-site (and four off­site) for youth soccer, and one field for youth football. The facilities also include various concessions, meeting, and storage buildings as well as the appropriate dugouts and press boxes.

SCAA is affiliated with various national and international organizations. Baseball is affiliated with Little League Baseball International, Babe Ruth Baseball, and Charlotte Area Challenge. Softball is affiliated with Char-Meek Girls Softball. Soccer is affiliated with North Carolina Youth Soccer Association. Football as well as cheerleading (both only available in the Fall) are affiliated with Pop Warner and the Carolina Little Panthers.


Fees are paid at registration. The registration and membership fees, along with sponsorships and donations allow the programs at SCAA to be offered. SCAA receives no public, city, county, state, or federal funds.

Yearly Family Membership fee is $65.00. Each family that has a child in SCAA is responsible for a yearly family membership. The family membership fee is used for fixed expenses, mainly the mortgage and operations.

Each child that plays at SCAA is responsible for a sport fee for each sport they participate in.

Baseball sports fees are T-Ball (4, 5 and 6) - $120.00, Machine Pitch (7 and 8) - $145.00, Minors (9 and 10) - $155.00, Majors (11 and 12) - $165.00, Babe Ruth (13-18) - $185.00.

Soccer sport fees are Under 6 (4 and 5 years old) - $65.00, Under 8 through High School (6-17 years old) - $100.00.

Girls softball sport fees are 6 and Under - $120.00, 8 & 10 and Under - $130.00, 12, 14 & 16 and Under- $145.00.

The sports fee is mainly used for expenses specific to the sport being played with a percentage of all sports fees going towards facilities maintenance and development.

There is a limited amount of financial aid available for each sport. Applications for financial aid are available during the in-person sports registration periods at the Steele Creek Community House.

for more information, visit scaasports.com.

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