Maybe the parents, who believe in playing could form their own league, hire umpires, rent a field, hire the coaches, have medical personal available, wavier release, set the rules on masks, temp checking, pitch counts, equipment, baseballs, invite college coaches, run metrics, film the games.
"Let them play" is not the solution, Common sense is!
What you are suggesting is one viable option that is currently against the law, but should be under consideration. The state has prioritized resources for other activities so if there is a framework independent of the current scholastic high school system we welcome those alternative options. Again, the movement is to find an acceptable path forward to let student athletes play immediately, not to circumvent any precautions or best practices. If additional resources outside of the state-provided resources exist, such as the need to recruit community volunteers in addition to state and local officials, then let’s identify the shortfalls and work on a fix together.