- 2007 9-10 All-Stars STATE CHAMPIONS!
- 2009 9-10 & 11-12 All-Stars STATE CHAMPIONS!
- 2011 11-12 All Stars STATE CHAMPIONS!
- 2012 Junior League All Stars DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!
- 2013 10-11 & 11-12 All Stars DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!
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Conococheague 10-11 All Stars
Have been playing hard in Halfway Little League's bret Crowell Tournament against 11/12B teams. Their 18-1 win over Maugansville Monday night puts them in a 2-1 mark in tournament play after a 11-9 loss to Upper Loudoun on Friday and a 15-4 win over Sharpsburg on Saturday. On Monday it was a matter of taking pitches as Conococheague sent 22 batters to the plate, score 17 runs on 9 walks and 8 hits including a Grand Slam and a 3 Run Home Run by Evan Wright in the second inning alone.
Conococheague 11-12 All-Stars
Won a pitcher's duel on Saturday by defeating Halfway 5-1. Justin Taylor tossed 4 1/3 innings of ball striking out 12 batters and added a solo and 3 run HR to his resume. Corey Walters closed out the game with 2 K's. A full report can be seen HERE. The team plays American on Wednesday 6pm at National. A bracket can be found HERE.
Conococheague 7-8 All Stars
Will begin play at the Blue & Gray Tournament at Sharpsburg Little League 9am this Saturday against Waynesboro.
Conococheague 9-10 All Stars
Won both their River City Classic games over the weekend 20-10 against South Mountain and 13-3 over National. They next play Valley in a rematch of District play on Thursday at 7:30pm
Conococheague Little League Parents, Coaches and Friends
Call For Volunteers to Support the 9-10 State Tournament and the River City Classic
I want to take a moment to call upon our league family to assist with the 9-10 State Tournament (July 12th-18th) and the River City Classic (July 19th-30th). CLL is non-profit organization and we exists solely on what we raise from our sponsors, registration and concession sales. I am sure you see everything around you going up in cost. It’s no different for our league. Power, food costs, equipment and field maintenance all cost the league significantly more today than it did 5 years ago. Prior to becoming your League President I used to see a foul ball flying into the woods and didn’t think much of it when that ball was not found. Now I see $2.75 flying into the woods only to hope one of our enterprising youngsters digs it out for a snow cone. I had a little boy remind me a few weeks ago that he thought it was time to up the refund for a foul ball from a snow cone to a candy bar “inflation you know” were his exact words! Everything has a cost and over time every little bit adds up.
The Board chose to maintain our very low cost of player registration. If you sold your raffle tickets the out of pocket costs to our parents is $45 for a single player. You only need to look around at other leagues and sports in the area to see this is an exceptional value. It costs the league significantly more to put our kids on the field.
This year we choose to eliminate the practice of paying people to work either field duty or concessions for the River City Classic. Paying people to work actually resulted in the league losing money on this tournament. By eliminating this cost, the River City Classic will be an excellent fundraiser for the league. We don’t ask our families and players to sell things throughout the season as a fundraiser like many sports leagues and recreations do. Our primary fundraiser remains the winter Bonanza and the opening day Raffle. Seeking volunteers for this Tournament will provide the league yet one more very important fundraiser for the simple task of working one two hour game either in our press box, raking the field or assisting in the concession stand.
I hope you see the value in the experience our league endeavors to provide the children of our community and I am asking you to help us with these two Tournaments. If every person in our league gives us one day, we would have more than enough volunteers to make both these tournaments a great success while assuring our league prospers financially. As always, we are also supplementing our needs with high school students that assist us for community service hours.
As our regular season draws to a close, I want to thank everyone that helped us through this season.
ARE YOU FINDING YOURSELF COLD DURING THESE CHILLY SPRING EVENINGS WHILE SITTING AND WATCHING THE GAMES?
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2 YOUTH LG, 4 ADULT SM, 3 ADULT MED & 2 ADULT LG
IN ADDITION, WE HAVE CLL STICKERS FOR SALE,
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FOR MORE INFO CONTACT JONI PATTERSON 301-223-4208
ATTENTION SPONSORS & ADVERTISERS
New spaces may be available on the Ebersole and Minor League Field Scoreboards. For more information on this please contact Rob Green at 301-223-6696
Attention Business Owners
Please check out our 2014 Sponsorship Program which contains several options for maximum flexibility, including Scoreboard Toppers, Outfield Fence opportunities, and Building Wall options. These are each available at all league fields (Tee Ball, Minor League, Little League and Junior/Senior League) and will be visible on our league website HERE.
For more details, please click HERE.
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MARCH 2014 ISSUE
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Conococheague Little League - Celebrating 60 Years & Home to the 2014 MD State 9-10 Tournament