Last Updated: January 24, 2017

CANDIA BASEBALL

Candia Boys and Girls may participate in Baseball and Softball through Lamprey River Little League (Boys and Girls Baseball, 4-12 years old), Lamprey River Softball (Girls Softball, 6-16 years old) and Lamprey River Babe Ruth (Boys Baseball, 13-15 years old).

League Contacts:

Ken Choquette (Director):  baseballdirector@cyaasports.com

Carl Carlson (Lamprey River Liaison):  baseball_liaison@cyaasports.com

Dennis Hebert (Adminstrative Coordinator):  baseball@cyaasports.com

Contact Dennis Hebert with your interest in getting involved as a coach, team parent, sponsor, umpire or with concessions.

                          

               Lamprey River Little League               

The Lamprey River Little League consists of the towns of Auburn, Deerfield, Nottingham and Raymond.  If your child plays in the Farm, Minors or Majors Divisions you will be travelling to these towns to play games.  Our home games are at the CYAA Fields or Moore Park.

 

Registration opens in February with a mid-March deadline.  The season kicks off with an evaluation session, typically held on the indoor turf on the last Saturday in March.  Practices start in April and the first games start during the first week in May.  A 12-game season wraps up by mid- to late-June.

 

All players are eligible for Lamprey River Little League sanctioned All-Star and Tournament teams, which play into July and possibly August.  In past seasons we have fielded state teams for 8U, 10U and 12U, along with a 9-10 year old Matty Dobens tournament team (Manchester South LL).  The 12-year-old All-Star team participates in the tournament which leads to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA.  In 2012 and 2016 the Lamprey River All-Stars made it the New Hampshire State Championship. 

Lamprey River Little League Website

Divisions of Play: 

Note:  Little League’s official age chart can be found here: 

http://www.littleleague.org/assets/forms_pubs/age-chart-baseball.pdf

Majors Baseball – Player Pitch (Ages 9-12):

Majors Baseball is the highest competitive division of Little League.  The team is comprised of approximately 12 players and governed by the official Little League rules.  Players must attend Evaluations in order to participate in the Majors division.  Any player not selected to a Majors team will automatically be selected by a Minors team.  

Minors Baseball – Player Pitch (Ages 8-11):

Minors Baseball is a less competitive player pitch division.  Lamprey River Little League follows a two division format for Minors, “AAA” and “AA”.  AAA is more competitive and geared toward 10-11 year olds who are not yet ready for Majors.  The division follows official Little League rules with only some minor modifications.  The “AA” division, geared toward 8-10 year olds, is less competitive and features more rules modifications such as scoring limits and stealing restrictions.  Evaluations along with Parent recommendation allows for appropriate placement for each player.

Farm Baseball – Coach Pitch (Ages 6-8):

Farm Baseball is an instructional coach pitch league designed to help players develop the fundamental skills necessary to play at the Minor and Major division level.  While games are played, results are not tracked and the rules are highly modified in order to emphasize skill development over competitiveness.  Six year olds should have played a year of T-Ball before participating in Farm.  Attendance at Evaluations is not required.   

Tee-Ball – (Ages 4-6):

Tee-Ball is an introductory program for introducing players to the game of baseball and begin to develop their fundamental skills of throwing, catching, and hitting.  Tee-Ball is a clinic style program designed to involve both parents and kids in learning the game.  The clinics are usually held on Friday evenings at the Tee-ball field (look for the mini Green Monster!) or in some cases inside the field house.    

 

Lamprey River Softball League

Information Coming Soon 

 

Lamprey River Babe Ruth

Information Coming Soon