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    Welcome to the Home of the Reno Youth Sports Association!

    Reno Youth Sports Association primary mission is to foster, enhance and be a positive influence for all youth & adult sports activities within the City of Reno.
    Our purpose is to establish and allocate membership and user fees for the benefit of our membership while coordinating the usage of our sports facilities.
     All fees collected go to the continuation of programs and improvements of our sports facilities & parks.

       Please click on "Leagues" tab to get information about our different sports leagues

    Babe Ruth Baseball League (13-15 year olds): Nevada State Champions:

      Prep Sports:
    Babe Ruth Baseball League (13-15 year olds):
    Nevada State Champions:
    The Reno West Babe Ruth Baseball All-Stars won the 2012 15-yr Nevada State Babe Ruth Tournament in Fernley, NV on July 16th to advance to the Pacific Southwest Regional Babe Ruth Tournament in El Segundo, CA.  The Reno West team, comprised of 14 and 15-yr olds, went undefeated in the Nevada State Tournament, outscoring teams from S. Lake Tahoe, Fallon, N. Valleys, and Sparks by a margin of 56-8.  As current and future members of the Reno, McQueen, and Manogue High School baseball squads, the Reno West team will open regional play against the Central California State Champions from Orcutt (Santa Maria), CA on Saturday, July 28th.  Along with the Orcutt team and the host team from El Segundo, five other State Champions will be represented at the regional tournament, including two teams from California, two teams from Utah, and a team from Arizona.  
    The Nevada State Babe Ruth Champion Reno West 15-year-old All-Stars need traveling funds for their trip to El Segundo.  Anyone interested in donating can contact the Reno West league president Lyle Walters at (775) 335-0343 or (775) 303-0241.

     Reno West Babe Ruth 15-Yr Nevada State Champions