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Welcome to the North Region

North Region Director
Elaine Magner

PONY Baseball, West Zone SoCal North Region 
serves the following Southern California areas:

Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties; Conejo, SanFernando and Santa Clarita Valleys; the Cities of Burbank, Glendale, & Malibu. Our Web Page is intended to keep these leagues informed of events, and to display updated tournament information to our participants, fans and communities. 


Tournament Team Information

-  2018 Pre-Tournament Rules/Coach’s Agreement
Pinto - 2018 Pre-Tournament Rules/Coach’s Agreement
Mustang, Bronco, Pony - 2018 Pre-Tournament Rules/Coach's Agreement
2018 - Coming Soon TTEA (Tournament Team Eligibility Affidavit) 
2018 - Coming Soon Tournament Dates & Information
Medical Release Form

Winter 2017/2018 Newsletter

Elaine Magner
Region Director
North Region

    Winter 2017/2018 Newsletter

The So Cal North Region is busy preparing for the 2018 season.

We held our Annual League Presidents meeting on Saturday, November 4 at William S. Hart.  It was well attended.  The power point was sent out to the league presidents and they are encouraged to share it with their boards.


Yes, registration is now available at

2017 League, Team & Umpire Registration Available Now

When your league is ready to register please go to the PONY website and follow the instructions below.

For initial registration click on 2018 Baseball / Softball Registration.

If you need to ADD teams later click on Add Additional Teams.

I recommend that you wait to register until your player registration is completed so you will get the best rates available.   You must register prior to your first regular scheduled game to avoid possible late fees.   Also don’t forget to order your tournament patches at the same time.  PONY will pay the shipping and you will have them when tournament time rolls around.  


The rule changes for 2018 were discussed at the Presidents meeting in November.  However, since there are so many, the PONY Directors and I will be attending a meeting for all So Cal PONY Directors the end of January.  It is then our intent to schedule several Presidents meetings in February (after the Super Bowl and hopefully before your league play begins) at which time we will discuss the rule changes again and how they will be implemented during the PONY Sanctioned tournaments.   


It is vitally important that your league has a set of bylaws by which they operate. Using previous bylaws is perfectly fine. However, please vote on and approve them through your normal process and change the date to reflect the current season of play. Having bylaws and following what is in your bylaws is important in protecting your league.  Should you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.


The dates for the 2018 PONY Sanctioned Tournaments have been set.  The dates for the Super Regions, Zones and World Series are firm.  However, the dates for district, section and region tournaments are tentative.  These dates depend upon the host facilities and the number of teams that register.   

We do our best in selecting hosts but have many things that must be taken into consideration.
Although distance may be an issue for the teams and the parents it is at times our only option. Of course it would be ideal to have a more centrally located tournament for all of our teams. We simply don’t have the host facilities and directors available. That is why teams must travel.   


Again in 2018 we will be testing the bats.  The 2 ¼ bats will also be tested.  PONY Baseball will continue to implement bat testing as we move forward.  You can expect this testing to be conducted at the Open and Region Tournaments.         We have 2 machines for the North Region and will be receiving 1 or 2 additional machines this year.  


The ADA prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in employment, State and local government, public accommodations, commercial facilities, transportation, and telecommunications. It also applies to the United States Congress.

To be protected by the ADA, one must have a disability or have a relationship or association with an individual with a disability. An individual with a disability is defined by the ADA as a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record of such impairment or a person who is perceived by others as having such an impairment. The ADA does not specifically name all of the impairments that are covered.

If you have children that are signing up to play in your league that may have a disability that meets the protection of the ADA please ensure you and your board of directors are aware of the situation. It will not hurt to ask the parents up front. You must be accommodating and flexible to their needs.

Title II of the ADA requires that State and local governments give people with disabilities an equal opportunity to benefit from all of their programs, services, and activities (e.g. public education, employment, transportation, recreation, health care, social services, courts, voting, and town meetings).

If you have any questions at all or are unsure of your responsibilities, please contact me as soon as possible. I will put you in contact with Mr. Abe Key (President of PONY Baseball and Softball) to assist if necessary. Mr. Key is the ADA representative for PONY Baseball.


Do you have a CHAMPIONS DIVISION? Are you aware of the program? There are many boys and girls with special needs in your area who would love to play baseball in an organized league. There is no better feeling than to see those kids enjoying what we too often take for granted.

Please consider setting aside a couple of hours a week to bring in a Champions Division. You could make Sundays your Champions Day. Invite all players from all divisions to help out. This truly is a way to give back to the kids in our communities. Please call me if you have any questions on how to get this started in your league.


Does your league have any affiliation with a Girls’ Softball league? PONY Softball recently wrapped up the West Zone World Series. If you have any questions about how to register those teams with PONY Baseball and Softball please let me know. I will get you in touch with the Girls Softball for the West Zone.

Again, thank you for all you have done as volunteers for the youth of our communities.  If you have any questions, comments or feedback please let me know.


 Elaine Magner
Region Director
North Region
West Zone
PONY Baseball and Softball
(805) 832-2015 

2017 Champions

Champions Photo Gallery - Click Here

2017 Shetland 5 Champions

Section - Simi Youth
Region - Northside
World Series - Anaheim

2017 Shetland Champions
District 1 - East Valley
District 2 - North Valley Red
District 3 - Northside
Section 1 - El Rio
Section 2 - Sylmar
Section 3 - Westhills
Region - East Valley
Super Region - Chino Hills Red
World Series - Walnut Navy

2017 Pinto 7 Champions
Section 1 - Simi Youth Red
Section 2 - Camarillo Bronze
Region - Camarillo Bronze
Super Region - Tustin
World Series - Tustin
2017 Pinto Champions
Open/ABL - Camarillo Gold 
District 1 - Hart White
District 2 - East Valley
District 3 - Santa Barbara
District 4 - Westlake
Section 1 - Simi Youth White
Section 2 - Northside
Section 3 - Westlake
Section 4 - Simi Youth Red
Section 5 - Santa Barbara
Region - Hart Red
Super Region - Olive
World Series - Olive

2017 Mustang 9 Champions
Open/ABL - Camarillo Gold
Section 1 - Agoura
Section 2 - Wilshire Red

Region - Hart
Super Region - Placentia
Zone - Los Alamitos
World Series - Los Alamitos

2017 Mustang  Champions
Open/ABL - Hart Gold
District 1 - Hart
District 2 - Santa Barbara
District 3 - Northside
Section 1 - Toluca
Section 2 - Newbury Park
Section 3 - Camarillo Gold
Region - Hart Gold
Super Region - Irvine
Zone -
World Series -

2017 Bronco 11 Champions
Open/ABL - Simi Youth Red

Section 1 - Camarillo Bronze
Section 2 - Camarillo Gold

Section 3 - Hart Red
Region - Simi Youth
Super Region - Simi Youth
Zone - Simi Youth
World Series - AFCA Chicago

2017 Bronco Champions
Open/ABL - Wilshire Red
District 1 - Ridgecrest
District 2 - El Rio
District 3 - East Valley
Section 1 - Toluca
Section 2 - Sylmar
Section 3 -  Santa Barbara
Region - Ridgecrest
Super Region - Torrance America
Zone - Torrance
World Series - 

2017 Pony 13 Champions
Open/ABL - Toluca
Section 1 - Simi Youth
Section 2 - Wilshire
Region - Toluca
Super Region - Long Beach
Zone - Perris, CA
World Series - SeoulSouth Korea

2017 Pony Champions

Section 1 - Wilshire
Section 2 - Quartz Hill
Region - Wilshire
Super Region A - Covina
Super Region B - Sierra Madre
Zone - 
World Series - 

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