Explore the new website and experience the excitement of LRLL!!
Lewis River Little League is dedicated to providing the children of our community the opportunity to participate in the sport of baseball in a fun and safe environment. We offer baseball and softball programs for all players ages 4-16.
We strive to provide an environment in which young players can learn to play the game of baseball or softball, sharpen their skills, learn social skills in regards to teamwork, sportsmanship and respect. With positive participation from parents, coaches and players, we can provide an experience that’s rewarding to all.
We are happy to announce the longest hitting players that turned in pledges for each division:
Tee ball - Caroline Morris
CP BB - Reese Anderson
Minors BB - Ari Busig
Majors BB - Mason Sullivan
CP SB - Illa Martinez
Minor SB - Still Being Determined
Major SB - Sophia Speranza
Junior SB - Still Being Determined
Congratulations! Head on over to the Snack Shack today to pick up your new bat bag, a LRLL baseball hat AND a meal at the Snack Shack.
Top fundraising team from Baseball was Majors Dodgers and Coach Pitch Cardinals from Softball. Way to go!!!!!
Your prize is a pizza party on the field. Managers/Coaches will be contacted to coordinate.
Each player that partook in our Hit-A-Thon, will receive one Snack Shack ticket! Visit the Snack Shack to claim.
Special thanks to everyone that participated in our annual fundraiser!
Help support Lewis River Little League and become an Umpire! It's the best seat in the house. Challenge your Baseball/Softball knowledge.
High School Students ages 14 - 18 - Earn community service hours for your senior project. Pays $20 / $25.00 per game per Junior Umpire.
Contact Randy Hennings to sign up or for more information.
Cell 360.562.6031 or Email Rthennings@yahoo.com
Log onto your Fred Meyer account and edit your community rewards to give a portion of your purchases to Little League Baseball Inc. in Woodland, WA! Each time your enter your Fred Meyer card at the check stand we get a portion from Fred Meyer!
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2018 Mariners Little League Game Schedule:
Sunday, May 6th vs. Los Angeles Angels - Payments due by 4/21 Sunday, May 20th vs. Detroit Tigers - Payments due by 5/5 Sunday, May 27th vs. Minnesota Twins - Payments due by 5/12 Sunday, June 3rd vs. Tampa Bay Rays - Payments due by 5/19
Luke Jensen Park
4000 - NE 78th Street, Vancouver WA
June 25th -28th
Visit: https://www.mlb.com/mariners/fans/camps to register now!
Put the knob of the bat at the center of your child’s chest; he or she should be able to reach out and grab the barrel of the bat.
The first thing to think about is where do you want to catch the ball in your glove? You want to catch it in the pocket. More specifically, we can train that by using a barehand receiving drill for catchers.
Today we are going to introduce to some of the finest bats in the entire baseball industry. We are going to tell you about their thick and thin, their pros and cons.
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, and a series of frequently asked questions.
Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented. For more information on the USABat standard and a complete list of bats approved through the USABat Standard, visit usabat.com.
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|Woodland, WA 98674|