The Williamsport Waves All-Star team: Wynielle Barrentine, Addison Bower, Abby DeBloois, Charley Greevy, Amber Hakes, Lydia Hyde, Jenna Kriner, Ella Meckley, Madison Phillips, Taylor Poretta , Zola Riccardo, Lizzie Ryder, Lila Voglesong, Abby Weaver, Anna Zeigler, Laura Zeigler, Caleb Beard, Jack Beattie, Avery Campbell, Ben Cramer, Payton Hammaker, Calum Hockman, Riley Hockman, Kurtis Johnson, Jason Love-Ritchey, Ian MacLachlan , Cody Schwoyer , Zach Schwoyer, Dalton Shank, and Devon Shank.
Williamsport- On Sunday, July 20, 2014, six area swim teams, their families and friends, all met at Williamsport's East End pool on Sherman Street to compete in All-Stars. The home team, the Williamsport Waves, hosted a wonderful event. more»
As Little League celebrates its 75th Anniversary at the 2014 Little League Baseball® World Series, Seoul, South Korea, will be represented for the third time in that country’s history. In Clark, Philippines, Seoul Little League from South Korea’s capital city captured the banner as Asia-Pacific Region Champions with the 11-0 win over Hong Kong on Sunday, July 6.
As Little League celebrates its 75th Anniversary at the 2014 Little League Baseball® World Series, Tokyo’s Kitasuna Little League will be coming to Williamsport in search of its third world championship.
History was made on June 3, 2014, as the Florida Gators defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide, 6-3, winning the school’s first Women’s College Softball World Series (WCWS) Title. For Game 2, Florida manager, Tim Walton surprised everyone by not starting his ace, and Game 1 starter, Hannah Rogers, who lead the way for the Gators all year with 30 wins and an era of just 1.68.
I first met Jerry Zeidler while on assignment for the Williamsport Sun-Gazette. At the time, he was a Pennsylvania Wildlife Conservation officer and I visited his office for background on an article. We chatted and became friends, not only because of his helpful advice, but because he was a fellow writer and an award-winning professional photographer. more»
As Little League expanded in the 1980s, some local programs were finding ways to incorporate the children with special needs in their communities. And, on June 13, 1989, the Little League Challenger Division® was officially launched at the Little League International Congress, as the organization was celebrating its 50th Anniversary.
Since Carl E. Stotz organized the first Little League season 75 years ago, the Williamsport community has been vital to the success of the organization. To celebrate the importance of the community, Little League President and CEO, Stephen D.
As Little League® celebrates its 75th Anniversary, it is now known how the final celebration, the 2014 Little League Baseball® World Series, will begin. On Wednesday, June 11, at Little League Headquarter, Stephen D. Keener, Little League President and CEO, announced the pairings and schedule of this year’s Little League Baseball World Series, taking place Aug. 14-24 at Howard J.
When Carl E. Stotz organized the first Little League® season in 1938, he leaned on the Williamsport community for support. On June 6, 1939, the first Little League game was played, and the local businesses and residents played a significant role in the success of that first year. Today, 75 years later, Little League is the hallmark of more than 7,000 communities around the world.
Every year, the focus of the Little League Baseball® World Series is placed squarely on the players from the 16 teams that come to South Williamsport, and it is up to the 32 team hosts to make sure those players have a Little League® experience that lasts a lifetime. The 68th Little League Baseball World Series will be played Aug. 14-24.
Little League® announced today the 115 umpires who will be working the nine Little League World Series this summer. The premier youth baseball and softball tournament, the Little League World Series schedule kicks off with the Big League Baseball World Series in Easley, S.C.
Perth Metro Northern Little League from Western Australia has beaten 20 teams to be crowned the Little League Baseball® Australia Region Champion at the 2014 Australian Little League National Championships. The six-day event held at Tallebudgera on the Gold Coast, rounded up Sunday, June 8, with Perth Metro Northern LL defeating Manly 3-2 in a thrilling championship game.
Former MLB All-Star and New York Yankees centerfielder, Bernie Williams, and Little Leaguers® from Harlem, New York, today lit the Empire State Building in red, white and blue in a special ceremony to honor the 75th Anniversary of Little League®. Joining Williams and the Little Leaguers was Stephen D. Kenner, Little League President and CEO.
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