2018 Field Hockey Registration is Now OPEN

Field Hockey is open for grades 1-6 as per their grade for the 2018-2019 school year


Click HERE to register for 2018 Spring/Summer

A $35 late fee will be applied to the 12 and under players, as of February 22, 2018

Please contact us   for registering a 12 and under player post April 1st.





Daniel Boone Athletic Association - P.O. Box 19  - Douglasville, PA. 19518


Organizational contact information can be found under Home Plate > About us > Organizational Members 
Please refer to our code of conduct policy, found under "Home Plate" > "Coaches/Parents" > "Official Rules"
FAQ's can be found under"Home Plate" > "Coaches/Parents"  > "General FAQ's" 

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2018 Buddy Ball registration
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General Membership Meeting
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2018 Buddy Ball registration


Click HERE to register for 2018 Buddy Ball


Buddy Ball Registration

Being a buddy to our Buddy players is very easy. If you haven't done it before, you'll feel like you have in just a few minutes. To help, here are some very simple thoughts:
  1. The main objective of a buddy is to be a friend to our playersTalk, laugh. Kid around, see what's up.
  2. It might take a few minutes to gauge how much assistance a player might needDon't be afraid to ask if you're not sure
  3. Don't catch the ball that is hit by a player (don't use a glove), and don't throw the ball. If it gets by and they don't get it, take your player to the ball. Let them throw it, any direction will do.
Children that have physical and /or mental disabilities can now play baseball on a team in the DBAA. The league is entering its forteenth year, and our Buddy Ball Division is beginning its forth season. Were looking for buddies to help our Buddy ballplayers play baseball.

The Buddy Ball Division is open to any youngster between the ages of 4 and 21.
Buddy players will play on the same fields, use the same equipment and wear the same uniforms (including jerseys and hats) as non-disabled teams.
The most fundamental goal of the Buddy Division is to give everyone a chance to play. To realize that goal, Buddy Ball has
 some basic thoughts: each child will bat every inning, and each child will play in the field. No score is kept during games and nobody is ever out. Beyond following basic safety rules, Buddy Ball will adjust certain rules to the skill levels of the children playing. (For instance, players can be pitched to by a coach, or they can hit from a batting tee.)

To help these kids, Buddy Ball also provides for a buddy system in which young volunteers (ages from 9 to 21) can assist players when needed both at bat and in the field (in most instances, this program can be used toward required community service projects in your school). For instance, buddies can push players using wheelchairs around the basepaths after a hit, or takes a player to the ball when it gets past them. Among the many benefits of our buddy program is the social interaction between the players and the non-disabled buddies. Our buddies gain valuable insights regarding people with disabilities and realize that they are not very different from themselves. Not only is participating in Buddy Ball rewarding for our buddies, but it is equally rewarding for our players. Many terrific friendships have been struck through Buddy Ball. Our players think the world of our buddies.


Buddy Ball will start on DBAA opening day. 


by posted 02/01/2018
General Membership Meeting
Next General Membership Meeting 4/9/18 7:00 PM at the Keystone Villa at Douglassville


Address: 1180 Benjamin Franklin Hwy, Douglassville, PA 19518

Phone: (610) 385-2000


by posted 12/31/2017
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