HTLL SPIRIT WEAR NOW AVAILABLE!!!
SquadLocker is the destination to order all of your HTLL Spirit Wear. You can purchase all kinds of Spirit Wear including T-shirts, Hoodies, Jackets and more. There are 3 separate stores, HTLL Baseball, Softball and Little League, please be sure to check out all of our stores.
SquadLocker has made some improvements since last year, there is no longer a deadline to order. The store is open and live all the time. Orders ship 6-12 days after you place your order. You pay online and everything is shipped directly to you. Look forward to seeing everyone in some new HTLL Gear!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT FAMILY WORK BONDS
Harrison Township Little League would like to thank all of our Coaching, Field Day and Opening Day Volunteers by refunding the $20 family work bond that was paid at registration.
HOW TO QUALIFY TO RECEIVE THE BOND MONEY BACK
Perform any one of the following volunteer services.
Act as a Manager or Assistant Coach of a team this spring. You MUST have an approved Volunteer Application form on file with the HTLL Safety Officer to qualify. See league website for more details.
Volunteer at least 1 hour of your time on Field Day to help get our fields and facility ready to the season.
Volunteer at least 1 hour of your time on Opening Day to help coordinate and run the day’s activities.
HOW TO COLLECT YOUR MONEY
Managers were given their bond money back during the league player selection drafts. If you are managing a team this spring and have not yet received your work bond, please contact the Division Head of your respective division (T-ball, MCP, Minors Softball, Minors Baseball, etc.).
Assistant Coaches with approved Volunteer forms on file can collect their money on either of the following pick-up dates and times:
March 17th (Field Day) between 11am and 12pm
April 7th (Opening Day) between 11am – 12pm
Collection location will be at the concession stand on both of those dates
Field Day Volunteers: Register at the concession stand between 9-10am on Saturday, March 17th to receive your Field Day assignment. Money can then be picked up at the concession stand between 11am-12pm that same day.
Opening Day Volunteers: Register at the concession stand between 9-10am for a volunteer assignment. Money can then be picked up at the concession stand between 11am-12pm that same day.
NO MONEY WILL BE RETURNED AFTER OPENING DAY
IMPORTANT INFORMATION IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON MANAGING OR COACHING A TEAM THIS SEASON
Per Little League rules and as a condition of service to the league, all managers, coaches and Board of Directors members must annually complete and submit an official “Little League Volunteer Application” to the local league. Annual background screenings must be completed prior to the applicant assuming his/her duties for the current season. Refusal to annually submit a fully completed “Little League Volunteer Application” must result in the immediate removal of the volunteer from the local league.
This Little League International regulation has been in place since 2004, and includes the stipulation that no league shall permit any person to participate in a league in any manner whose background check reveals a conviction or guilty plea for a crime against a minor.
If you are interested in Managing or Coaching this season you must complete the 2018 Little League Volunteer Application, which can be found through the link below. You must do this even if you completed a similar form last year. Little League rules state that background checks are conducted each year.
All signed Volunteer forms should be mailed to:
Attention: Safety Officer
P.O. Box 968
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
2018 LITTLE LEAGUE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION FORM
LITTLE LEAGUE BAT INFORMATION
Little League® International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information, that includes the latest bat information, current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.
Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented. Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018.
HTLL ALL STAR RECOGNITION NIGHT 2017
During our fall season, Mayor Lou Manzo recognized the boys and girls who represented HTLL in various All Star games and tournaments over the summer of 2017. Great job kids! You've made all of us in Harrison Township very proud!
For more pics from that night please CLICK HERE.
MINOR BASEBALL FINISHES 2ND IN DISTRICT 15!
Our 2017 Minor baseball finishes in 2nd Place in the District 15 All Star Tournament. They went 4-1 in the District Tournament. Great Job Boys! Way to make Harrison proud!!!
Players – Andrew Pron, Conor O’Mara, Alex Meunzenberger, Rhys Anderson, Giovanni Marinucci, Chase Brandt, Noah Sari, Hayden Wood, Braden Reiter, Nick Costa, Noah Danza, Billie Neuman, Luke Andres, Tyler Dell
Coaches – Jeff Wood, Kevin Anderson, Mark Danza, Barry Brandt
COACH PITCH SOFTBALL FINISHES 2ND IN SHAMONG!
Our 2017 Coach Pitch softball team finishes in 2nd place in the UGSA Summer Classic softball tournament, competing against teams from throughout South Jersey in a weekend long tournament held in Shamong. Great job girls! Way to make Harrison proud!!!
Players - Giada DeFalco, Casey Maxwell, Celeste Conklin, Olivia Woolam, Emily Sweeney, Mallory Engle, Madisyn Powell, Victoria Capri, Alyssa Cosgrove, Sienna Garrison and Gabrielle Capri.
COACH PITCH BASEBALL FINISHES 2ND IN EAST GREENWICH!
Our 2017 Coach Pitch baseball team finishes in 2nd place in the East Greenwich Coach Pitch All Star Tournament losing by 1 run in the championship game. Great job boys! Way to make Harrison proud!!!
Players - Logan Poletti, Sawyer Wood, Zoe Wood, Griffin Anderson, Aaron Clum, Chase Cardile, Eddie Camacho, Carson Brandt, Matt LaBella, Cole Urban, Rocco Baldino and Ryan Murray
Coaches - Barry Brandt, Joe Murray, Matt Cardile and Jeff Wood