Fredericksburg now claims the Lebanon county legion baseball championship, being the regular season champ and also winning the playoff title over Conrad Weiser and Campbelltown.

President of the county legion league, Bruce M. Kilmoyer, in a postgame ceremony, presented silver medals to Campelltown and gold medals to Fredericksburg.


"Lefty" Grumbine championship series awards:

Recipient of the "Lefty" Grumbine pitching award is Isaac Wengert
Recipient of the Jack Bicher outstanding hitter award is Seth Walmer

Both teams will begin play in the region 4 tournament Saturday July 15 at the
Earl Wenger Memorial field.

Campbelltown vs Linglestown at 9:30am. 2-1 Campbelltown
Fredericksburg vs Pleasureville at 7 pm.  3-1 Pleasureville

Other scores from Saturday:

Dallastown 7 New Cumberland 4
Shippensburg 5 Ephrata 2(10 innings)

Sunday games:

Linglestown vs New Cumberland 9:30am  6-3 Linglestown
 Ephrata vs Fredericksburg  12:30pm  8-5 Fredericksburg
 Campbelltown vs Dallastown 4pm 10-3 Campbelltown
 Shippensburg vs Pleasureville 7pm 6-3 Pleasureville

 Tuesday's Games:

Fredericksburg vs Dallastown   12 Noon 6-5 Fredericksburg
Linglestown vs Shippensburg      3pm   5-4 Linglestown
Campbelltown vs Pleasureville   7pm 9-2 Pleasureville

Wednesday Games:

Campbelltown vs Fredericksburg 4pm 10-3 Fredericksburg

 Linglestown vs Pleasureville.    7pm  9-2 Linglestown

Thursday's Games:

Fredericksburg vs Linglestown   4pm 3-1 Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg vs Pleasureville  7pm 10-4 Fredericksburg


Fredericksburg advances to the state legion playoffs which will be held at Ephrata's War Memorial Field starting on July 25 thru July 29.
Fredericksburg vs Swoyersville on Tuesday July 25 at 4 pm            5-1 Swoyersville

Fredericksburg vs Wesleyvile on Wednesday July 26 at 9:30 am   10-6 (13 INN.)  Wesleyvile






















Lebanon County Legion Baseball:

The Lebanon County American Legion Baseball League(LCALBL) recently held a reorganizational meeting.

Officers for 2017 are

President, Bruce M. Kilmoyer,;

Vice President, Lyle Krall, 717-383-3923 ,; and

Secretary/Treasurer, Karl Fink, 717-507-1631,


The sectional director of Lebanon and Lancaster counties is Bob Fourman, 717-269-0348,


The next meeting date is Monday August 7 at 5th Ward AC at 7 pm. The league is scheduled to open after Memorial Day. A new team, the Conrad Weiser baseball club of Berks county, has been accepted to the LCALBL  The league encourages prospective players to sign-up asap due to the early start of the legion season. Team, manager and contact info is below.


Annville- Ken Sauley,

Campbelltown- Tim Morgan, 717-383-1762,

Conrad Weiser- Rob Lozenski, 610-972-6126,

Fredericksburg- Tim Schaeffer, 717-821-6570,

Lebanon(5th Ward)- Tony McDonnell, 717-813-5392,

Myerstown- George Miller, 717-926-4205,

Richland- Lyle Krall, 717-949-3677,


Team boundaries are:


Annville-West Lebanon, North and South Annville, Cleona Boro, Mt. Gretna Boro and players living in the confines of 422 south on Mill Street to Reist Road to Royal Road, west to Spruce Street, north to 422.


Campbelltown- South and North Londonderry Township and Palmyra Boro.


Conrad Weiser- Conrad Weiser school district


Fredericksburg-Bethel Township, Jonestown Boro, Union Township, Swatara Township, Cold Spring Township, East Hanover Township and North Lebanon Township except route 422 east to Narrows Drive, north to Weavertown Road, west to Maple Street(3rd Avenue) south to the city line. Players living in the confines of this area report to the 5th Ward team.


Lebanon(5th Ward) Lebanon City limits and players residing in the confines of route 422 east to Narrows Drive, north to Weavertown Road, west to Maple Street(3rd Avenue) south to the city line.


Myerstown-Jackson Township, Myerstown Boro and South Lebanon Township


Richland- Cornwall Boro,  Heidelberg Township, Millcreek Township, North Cornwall Township, Richland Boro, West Cornwall Township except route 422 south on Mill Street to Reist Road, to Royal Road, west to Spruce Street, north to route 422. Players living in the confines of the exception report to Annville.