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Chargers Baseball is a program that instills strong Christian values and produces leaders of character. We are a competitive team within the public, private, and homeschool programs both regionally and nationally. The organization strives to set an example for our families through hard work and high standards. We emphasize teamwork, character development, and sportsmanship.

Our purpose is to bring glory and honor to Jesus Christ while encouraging athletes to be personally responsible for their actions and to work with other athletes as a team in competing against other teams in all athletics.

Registration Fees

Team Description* Season** Fee***
Varsity Spring & Summer $550.00
Junior Varsity Spring & Summer $550.00
Junior High Spring & Summer $425.00
*Seniors are permitted to play the spring season only
**The fees remain the same even if you choose to play only spring or only summer. Please let us know if your player does not plan to play in the summer league.
***Fees are subject to change until registration begins.


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Who can play Chargers Baseball?

ELIGIBILITY: To join Chargers Baseball you must be a full-time homeschool student. Your education must be parent-directed and at least 51% of your coursework must be provided at home.

For detailed eligibility requirements, please review the document attached below.


What ages are eligible to participate?

  • 6U-18U


Where are practices and games typically held?

Practices will tentatively take place outside when weather is conducive at:

  • The Barnhouse - Springfield, Mo

When weather isn’t conducive for outside practice it will be moved to either the

  • Old Connelly Plumbing Building – Springfield, Mo
  • Cy Sports - Nixa, Mo 65714


What time of year does this program run?

-Spring and Summer


Do I need insurance?

Yes. The team only carries a general liability policy, you must have your own medical insurance.


What is your typical practice schedule?

Pre-season training & conditioning will begin in late January for high school and in February for junior high, with a minimum of 2-3x a week.


How many games are in a typical week?

  • Varsity/JV MSHSAA spring games will be doubleheader games with 7 innings played by the Varsity team and followed by a 5 inning JV game.
  • Junior High MSHSAA spring games will be 5 inning doubleheader games.


Are uniforms included in registration or are they an additional fee?

Jerseys and a ball cap are included in fees.


What additional equipment is required?

Players will provide their fielding glove, batting helmet, bat that meets the approved weight & measurements per NFHAS & MSHSAA, batting gloves, and cleats.

  • molded or metal cleats, athletic cup, white pants, navy belt, navy socks, & sliding pants/colored compression sleeve- if desired
  • We have a few games that are played on turf fields or mounds and require turf cleats or tennis shoes.
  • An athletic cup is required for all players who play in the position of catcher and is highly recommended by the coaches for all other positions. If a player shows hesitancy in fielding a ball because of getting hit then the coaches reserve the right to require the player to wear one, will place them in a different fielding position, or it may result in the loss of playing time.

Other Costs

What additional costs might I incur?

  • Additional fees are required for those varsity athletes who will be participating in the Homeschool World Series
  • Travel, meals, and lodging costs are the responsibility of the player/family.
  • Tournament trip expenses will include but are not limited to air/car travel, housing, food, entertainment, etc and will be an additional player/family expense. 


How much overnight travel can I expect?

  • The last week of April through the first week of May each year & is held in Auburndale, Florida. (This applies to 18 varsity athletes only)
  • Varsity athletes should plan to travel for a couple of additional tournaments

Parental Involvement

What are the volunteer expectations?

Lighthouse Christian Chargers is a volunteer organization. Each family is expected to contribute to the betterment of the program.

The typical areas of need for baseball include Coaching, Scorekeeper, Video, Treasurer, Uniforms, Registration, Fundraisers, Concessions, Gate, Fanwear, Social Media, Special Events (year-end parties, banquets, senior activities)


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Baseball Program Contacts

Sean Wright

Baseball Program Director

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