IMPORTANT - Little League Bat Changes
With Fall Ball getting ready to start up, you may be considering purchasing a new bat. If this is the case, it would be best to wait for a little bit longer. Little League Baseball along with some other baseball organizations are adopting the USA baseball bat standard. Starting on January 1, 2018, all bats used in Little League Baseball will need to meet the new standards and have the USA Baseball label. Only new bats, that are supposed to start hitting stores this fall, will meet this new requirement. Unfortunately, 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.
The link below has a video and additional information regarding the new standards and also explains how Tee Ball bats can still be used in Tee Ball divisions, as long as they are labeled Tee Ball and you add the required USA Baseball Sticker.
Joseph Field Restroom Code
Punch Code Locks have been installed on the Joseph Field restroom doors.
Restroom Lock Code: 413
Congratulations to the Western Hills 9-10YO All Star Team for winning the Little League District 11 and Section 1 Tournaments, and advancing to the Texas East State Tournament in Houston.
Congratulations to the Western Hills 11-12YO All Star Team for winning Little League District 11 Tournament in Austin and placing 2nd in the Section 1 Tournament in Brenham.
Congratulations 2017 Home Run Derby Winners!
Weather Policy Updates
The weather forecast is predicting inclement weather this weekend. As a reminder, "If lightning is seen, thunder is heard, OR if the Little League Weather Bug App (Spark) shows lightning within a 10 mile radius, all teams must evacuate to a safe location. All activities will be immediately suspended for a minimum of 30 minutes. Play may resume if lightning has not been seen for 30 minutes, thunder has not been heard for 30 minutes, and the Little League Weather Bug App (Spark) does NOT show lightning within a 10 mile radius within the last 30 minutes. Remember, If you hear it, clear it!"
We will do our best to update the website, the weather hotline, and communicate to commissioners and coaches, but we ask everyone to monitor for the safety our players and families.
Games for MP8, Minors, Majors, and Pony may be delayed but we will make every effort to start games as close to their original starting time as possible.
For specific details on game delays and cancellations, please see below:
TBall, CP, and MP7:
MP8, Minors, Majors, and Pony:
If the rainy weather continues, there is a possibility that all games will be cancelled.
We thank you all for your patience and flexibility and will follow up with updates regarding make-up games if necessary.
We hope everyone is having a great season!
Western Hills Lightning Policy 2014
October 2, 2014
Western Hills has updated its lightning guidelines and policy.
"If lightning is seen OR thunder is heard, all teams must evacuate to a safe location. All activities will be immediately suspended for a minimum of 30 minutes. Play may resume if lightning has not been seen and thunder has not been heard for 30 minutes. Remember, If you hear it, clear it!"