Returning families, if you have used the IHRC online registration system for any sport before, you are already a member. Please do not register as NEW. If you do not remember your password, leave the password blank and the system will send it to you via email. If you have changed your email address since last season, please use your old email address and change it once you access the system.
Registration will close at midnight, January 31, 2017 and a late fee of $15 will apply.
Our baseball program fills up quickly so register now to avoid being wait-listed for a team.
If you are new to our community – Welcome! As always, volunteer coaches are essential to our program. Please indicate your coaching interest (head or assist) during the online registration process.
IH Youth Baseball operates under the umbrella organization Knothole, North Region.
The Knothole site is for information only, not for registrations. Registration and payment must be through IHRC.
Team rosters for all grades will be built in February. Coaches will receive those and communicate practice plans to families in March. With IH Spring Break the last full week of March, practice will commence based on your coaches and players availability by April 4, or possibly before.
Boys and girls in Baseball (Grade 2 and up), will practice two nights a week and play at least one game a week, for a total of 12 to 16 games depending on age. This season goes until school lets out, and for those qualifying includes the Knothole tournaments in June and July. Our Coach-pitch teams (K and Grade 1) will follow a similar routine; however, with half the number of games, and typically wrap up by Memorial Day. All Coach-pitch practices and games are on IH or Bob Meyer fields. Baseball teams will play "away" games within the North Region, which includes Terrace Park, Sycamore, Madeira and Deer Park, as well as some communities a bit farther out.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Gary Reich, (IH Baseball Chair) at
, or any one of us below.
Indian Hill Baseball– Andy Hartman, Jimmy Labarbara, Gary Reich, Joe Rippe and Jack Alley