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The WKBSA has cancelled the schedule pool draw this weekend due to the order from the Ky Gov office in which he directed all recreation facilities and community centers to be closed by 5pm Wednesday. The WKBSA board of directors had a conference call Tuesday night and authorized each area to form teams per the WKBSA rules and most issues were discussed and resolved via the conference call. There are a few issues that remain in which conference/video calls will happen to complete the process of placing all kids on teams. As the areas complete this, parents will be notified by the coach on what team your child is on.


However, due to the order of the KY Gov as noted above, All WKBSA teams and players practices, games and activities are cancelled until the order is lifted by the Governor. It is also important to note, the players and teams will not have insurance beginning on April 1st. Once we get a date to start the season, then insurance will be resumed on the players and teams. In Simple terms, without the revenue from actual games and players in the WKBSA, there is no way to keep the insurance active until we resume play.


It is our desire to ensure we do the upmost to protect each and every child first and foremost. We hope to be able to play as scheduled by the beginning of May just as we normally do, but the COVID-19 crisis will determine that. We will keep you posted as we move along. Coaches should carefully consider when to purchase uniforms and equipment based on the news of the pandemic. A good point of reference that we are using as a guiding principle is that of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA). We will monitor the responses of the KHSAA and take into account their actions and that of the Governor's office and provide updates as we can.

Thank you for playing in the WKBSA and pray that each of you and your families remain safe and healthy. We additionally pray for the leaders of KY, the USA and that of the world during this pandemic. We look forward to seeing you soon!!



In accordance with Kentucky State Order 2020-215, the Lone Oak Ballpark is closed to all In Person Sports and Recreational activities.  All fields are closed and the Batting Cages are closed until further notice.


Anyone using any of the facilities will be asked to leave the park.

Background Check for Coaches

All coaches listed on the roster will need to complete a background check before your roster is complete.  This is for Lone Oak coaches.  Other areas have their own arrangements.


For details, please go to the Background Check tab.

DICKs Sporting Goods Shop Day

This event will be rescheduled at a later date.

Park Rules

Effective immediately In an effort to maintain a safe environment for players and fans the LOYBSA board has passed two new park rules.  Smoking will be restricted to parking areas only. No pets allowed in the park during game and, or practice times. Thanks LOYBSA Board.

Batting Cage


We have had several requests for the Batting Cages.  As a result, we will ope for the season on Monday.  We will be open from 5-7 Mon thru Fri. and 10-2 on Saturday weather permitting.  Due to the current situation, we will not be providing any bats or helmets so remember to bring your own.  If you wish to make a reservation,  Call 270.554.0867 leave name, phone number, date, time and cage number.  We will call to confirm your appointment.



LOYBSA is now linked to AmazonSMILE.

LOYBSA is now linked to SMILE program. Eligible purchases from will also make a donation to LOYBSA at NO COST to you. All you need to do is sign up at This is a simple and FREE way to support the ballpark.

WKBSA Bat Rule

Boys age division 7 through 14 (see Paragraph 1 for 7 year olds) must use bats that:     

  • Bear the USA Baseball stamp
  • Be a one piece wooden bat
  • Be an NFHS approved bat
  • Note:  The WKBSA reserved the right to reject the use of any equipment that might be judged unsafe.


Rainout Phone number

Please use the following phone number to check for rainouts:


We will also try to keep the website up to date but.

Concussion Training

Every WKBSA team is required to have at least one coach on that team that has completed Concussion Awareness Training.  This is a requirement from our insurance company. This training must be updated annually. The link below will direct you to a source provided by the CDC.  This is an on-line course and is self directed.  It takes about 30 minutes and there is a short quiz at the end.  You will be able to print a Certificate once completed.  Please attach a copy of the certificate to your roster when you turn your roster in.  ‚ÄčNo team will be allowed to compete until at least one coach from that team has completed the course.