Boundary Questions

Updated Monday November 12, 2018 by Katy National Little League.

1) Do I have to live in the boundary AND my child have to go to school in the boundary?

    No, only one of the two is sufficient for playing at KNLL and being eligible for All-Star Play

2) I used to live in the boundary but moved out of boundary. Am I still eligible for All-Stars?

    The key answer is if you continued to play at KNLL.  If you did, you are grandfathered in and are eligible.  If you had a disruption in playing time at KNLL, then you would not. 

3) I don't live in your boundary at all.  Can I play at KNLL?

   Yes with some understanding.  If your child is under the age of 9, there is no All-Stars for ages 4-8.  They can play those years with KNLL.  However, once a child turns 9 and wants to be considered for All-Star consideratoin, they should discuss with league officials during registration.

4) My ex and I share custody of our child.  I am zoned to Katy National but they are not. Can they still play at KNLL?

Yes.  As long as the child spends time at the address in the boundary.  Additional documentation may be required during the All-Star consideration process.

5) Why are boundaries important?

Players should play in their designated league. Tighter restrictions and review came into place to make sure that players were not out of boundary or leagues were not changing boundaries to give their situation an unfair advantage. 

A league will have their players verified and re-verified during All-Star competitions.  Any mis-steps by a league could result in severe punishment to the league.

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