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Home of the best District on Long Island.  HOME OF THE SECTION WEST CHAMPION MERRICK-BELLMORE 10 BASEBALL. 10-11 MASSAPEQUA COAST BASEBALL LL BASEBALL MASSAPEQUA COAST.  9-10 SOFTBALL MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL.  LL SOFTBALL MERRICK-BELLMORE.  JUNIOR SOFTBALL  NORTH BELLMORE-NORTH MERRICK.  MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONL STATE AND SECTION 4 WEST CHAMPION .  MASSAPEQUA COAST SENIOR BASEBALL SECTION AND STATE FINALIST


 

Little League Pledge
I trust in God
I love my country
And will respect its laws
I will play fair
And strive to win
But win or lose
I will always do my best
Little League Parent/Volunteer Pledge
I will teach all children to play fair and do their best
I will positively support all managers, coaches and players
I will respect the decision of the umpires
I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game

 


THE FOLLOWING TEAMS WON THE DISTRICT.

8-10 SOFTBALL     MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL

LL SOFTBALL        BELLMORE-MERRICK

JUNIOR SOFTBALL   NORTH BELLMORE- NORTH MERRICK

8-10 BASEBALL     BELLMORE-MERRICK

9-11 BASEBALL      MASSAPEQUA COAST

LL BASEBALL          MASSAPEQUA COAST

JUNIOR BASEBALL    MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL

SENIOR BASEBALL    MASSAPEQUA COAST

SECTION 4 WEST WINNERS:

LL SOFTBALL    BELLMORE MERRICK

JUNIOR SOFTBALL   NORTH BELLMORE -NORTH MERRICK

SENIOR BASEBALL    MASSAPEQUA COAST

 9-10 softball       MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL

9-10 BASEBALL    MERRICK-bellmore

Junior Baseball     MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL                                                                                                                            

STATE REPRESENTIVES

LL SOFTBALL  MERRICK-BELLMORE

JR SOFTBALL   NORTH BELLMORE-NORTH MERRICK

SENIOR BASEBALL  MASSAPEQUA COASTequ

9-10 BASEBALL  MERRICK BELLMORE 

10-11 baseball   Massapequa Coast

LLBASEBALL   MASSAPEQUA COAST

JUNIOR BASEBALL  MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL

STATE CHAMPIONS

MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL


THE APPROVED BAT LIST FOR 2018 IS POSTED ON THE LITTLE LEAGUE WEBSITE


THE MASSAPEQUA INTERNATIONAL JUNIORS DEFEATED BIG FLATS 15-0 AND 10-0 TO WIN THE STATE TITLE.  ON TO THE REGIONAL IN NEW JERSEY