A Message
From Our President:

CASA Baseball/Softball is in full swing this summer. We are excited to have the redone fields used again. 5th – 8th grade boys and girls will be in the Osceola League. Some games are at our fields and the others at the surrounding towns. This is a great experience at travel ball without the extra cost. We will have free clinics at the fields for both baseball and softball.

CASA is mindful of today’s costs and through sponsorships we were able to lower the cost and continue the discounts for multiple family members. 

CASA wants to thank those of you who took the time to fill out the survey. It was helpful to see the needs of the youth in our community. We are dedicated to improving our programs and offering youth sports for a low cost. We emphasize working together as a team, learning skills, allowing everyone an opportunity to participate in an organized sport, and having fun. It is exciting to see our players on the middle school and high school teams.

Ann Bush
CASA President

CASA – Our Mission Statement / Purpose

Welcome to the offiCial CASA Sports website. We have recently partnered with Cadillac News Design & Development to produce this new website. We are very proud of the new design and hope that It will better information you about our organization.

We are dedicated to providing a fun, safe, educational environment for your children.

As a former member of CASA. I wish to commend you for volunteering your time and efforts towards area youth. Without your support, the CASA program would not exist.

A vital part of the program includes the safety of all children involved. This is a major concern for CASA. local police and the community in general. One way we can ensure this safety is by conducting a background check on all members of CASA This is done through the auspices of the Community Child Watch program This program is state sanctioned and supported locally by the Cadillac Area Schools, law enforcement and CASA In fact, CASA has adopted this program as a condition of becoming a volunteer.

One way we can ensure this safety is by conducting a background check on all members of CASA. This is done through the auspices of the Community Child Watch program. This program is state sanctioned and supported locally by the Cadillac Area Schools, law enforcement and CASA In fact, CASA has adopted this program as a condition of becoming a volunteer.