- *** Welcome to Hatboro Little League ***
2015 Fall Ball Registration (Boys Baseball/Girls Softball)
FOR NEXT YEAR’S COACH PITCH PLAYERS
ALL GAMES SUNDAYS BETWEEN 12:30-2:30
FOR NEXT YEAR’S MINOR PLAYERS
ALL GAMES SUNDAYS BETWEEN 10:30-12:30
KIDS PITCH WITH MINOR RULES
SEASON RUNS SUNDAY, 9/13 –SUNDAY, 11/8
LIMITED TRAVELING TO PLAY OTHER AREA TEAMS
COST IS $50 PER CHILD
($75 FOR FAMILIES WITH TWO PLAYERS)
TO REGISTER: COMPLETE REGISTRATION FORMS; PROVIDE CHECK / MONEY ORDER AND DROP OFF IN CLUB HOUSE MAILBOX (NOTE “FALL BALL” ON ENVELOPE).
*** REGISTRATION CLOSES JULY 12TH ***
For Questions, contact: Kory Kollar or Ben Barbor (firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com)
All-Star Baseball Academy will conduct two clinics at Hatboro Little League
on Friday, July 31st from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
Each clinic costs $35.00 per player.
The clinics are designed for baseball and softball players between the ages of 7 - 12,
who want to learn the fundamentals of the game. Your child will be mentored by ASBA’s
experienced staff through all aspects of the game including hitting, fielding (infield and
outfield), baserunning and pitching.
For more information about the clinics or to register, please
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2014 District 22 Junior Girls Champions !!!
Pictured 1st Row kneeling from left to right: Madison Throne, Becca Schoettle, Sara Obrecht
Standing from left to right: Manager Beth Obrecht, Allison Riches, Sam Freiling, Lizzy Theurer, Lauren Souza, Brittney Hubler, Coach Mike Branco, Liz Wilburn, Casey Ralston, Maddy Yeager, Rachel Branco, Coach Tim Ralston
Looking for that new Baseball or Softball Bat.
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HATBORO LITTLE LEAGUE is comprised totally of volunteers; representative of parents, league officials, umpires, managers, and coaches, and is governed by the operating procedures and sanctions of Little League Baseball, headquarters in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Hatboro recognizes that children of Little League age are in their formative and impressionable years, and through good leadership and training, teaches the children the values of teamwork, leadership, fair play, loyalty, and discipline. Little League play is geared to provide an outlet of healthy activity in an atmosphere of wholesome community participation, and is designed to enrich the lives of the children and to help them in becoming responsible and successful adults.