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DISTRICT 13 LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS!

 

Golfmoor's 12U team won the Indiana District 13 Little League title on July 11, topping Washington 15-0 to advance to the state finals in Plainfield, Indiana.

We will post updates here and on the Golfmoor Facebook page (facebook.com/golfmoor) each game at state.

The schedule for Golfmoor is as follows:

Game pool 1: Golfmoor 15, Auburn 4

Game pool 2: Golfmoor 13, Terre Haute North 3

Game pool 3: Golfmoor 9, Osolo 0

 Golfmoor is #1 seed in B pool bracket. Will play Brownsburg #4 seed in A pool bracket Tuesday 3 pm Evansville time

 

 

Golfmoor Fall Ball Signups have begun!

Golfmoor will once again offer Fall Ball at its facilities this year.

Sign-ups will take place at our Pony League building on the following days:

  • Saturday, July 26 - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Sunday, July 27 - 1 p.m.-3 p.m.
  • Saturday, Aug. 2 - 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.
  • Sunday, Aug. 3 - 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP ONLINE.  Online signups end at 5 p.m. on Aug. 5.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A FORM TO PRINT AND FILL OUT.

For determining your child's level of play, use the age he or she will be on April 30, 2015.

There will be three divisions of play:

* Shetland (for ages 4-6) - This is a combination pitching machine/t-ball league for younger players. Players get pitches out of the machine, then use the tee for hitting if they don't put the ball in play. Parents of children who will be 6 on April 30, 2015 should consider this league if their child has never played baseball before, or has played but has a hard time defending himself or herself against a baseball.

* Pinto (for ages 6-8) - This is a pitching machine league. Parents of children who will be 6 on April 30, 2015 should consider this league if their child has played baseball before, is considering playing Pinto baseball in the spring, and can adequately defend himself or herself against a baseball.

* Live pitch (for ages 9-11)  - In this league, players pitch to one another. It is nearly identical to our regular-season minor league.

Fall Ball is a 10 game season.

The cost this season is $60 per player. Each player receives a shirt and hat. Games will be played on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Practices are scheduled at the coaches' discretion.

Games begin Aug. 23 and end Oct. 4. There will be no games scheduled on Labor Day weekend.

There are no evaluations for Fall Ball becuase it is considered instructional baseball. No trophies are awarded and there is no post-season tournament. Players can request to be on a certain coach's team, and teams from outside leagues are welcome.

Golfmoor board interest

Golfmoor is starting to put together our leadership board of directors for the coming year.

 If you are interested please call Mike Staubitz at 499-5550

 

 

 

Get Golfmoor Information Sent To You Via Text and Email Messaging

For your convenience you can now get text alerts for game changes or cancellations, practice changes and other important league information sent directly to your phone via text messaging.

You can filter updates to only get updates from the league your child participates in or you can choose multiple leagues if you have children playing in several different age groups.  We have also created a league wide group where you can receive updates such as photo day information, fundraisers, and when all star tryouts are scheduled for example.

Signing up is easy, just click on the text and email alerts button on the right side of the homepage (www.golfmoor.com) and follow the instructions. In addition to receiving text alerts you can also choose to receive emails alerts as well.

8 Traits of Sportsmanship

 A creative positive coach will cite specific examples of various aspects of sportsmanship when teaching the game of baseball.

 

  1. Follows Coach’s Instructions
  2. Encourages Teammates
  3. Plays as a Team Player
  4. Accepts Judgments Calls
  5. Respects Opponent
  6. Loses without Complaining
  7. Wins without Gloating
  8. Learns from Mistakes

Upcoming Games/Practices

Wednesday,  Jul 23
ALL STARS
PRACTICE Reynolds 12B 5:30pm Major League Field
West/Lankford 10B PRACTICE 5:30pm Minor League Field 1
Thursday,  Jul 24
ALL STARS
PRACTICE Reynolds 12B 5:30pm Major League Field

For a complete schedule listing, click here!




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