WEST LAFAYETTE LITTLE LEAGUE
See you all at the ballpark!
May 30th Games have been cancelled.
*** UPDATED 4/3/18 *** The 9 & 10 Year-Old baseball Player Evaluation and Team Selection originally scheduled
for Saturday, March 31 is being rescheduled to Saturday, April 7.
10 Year-Old baseball players should be at the Community Field ready to run stations at 1:00 PM.
9 Year-Old baseball players should be at the field by 2:00 pM.
THE PROGRAMS BEGIN IN APRIL WITH SKILL CLINICS AND TEAM SELECTION DAY. COACHES HOLD PRACTICES AND SCHEDULE PRACTICE GAMES FROM THEN UNTIL THE SEASON OFFICIALLY STARTS april 29th.
A 6-WEEK SEASON IS FOLLOWED BY A 2-WEEK TOURNAMENT, ALL OF WHICH FINISHES (WEATHER PERMITTING) BY JUNE 20. ALL-STAR TEAMS ARE SELECTED AND COMPETE IN JULY, HOPING TO ADVANCE TO THE LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES IN AUGUST.
AVAILABLE FOR ALL CHILDREN WHO LIVE WITHIN THE 47906 ZIP CODE.
2018 Calendar At-a-Glance
Boys (11s and 12s) Monday 3/26 5:30 - 6:30 PM
Boys (9s and 10s) Tues. 3/27 5:30 - 6:30 PM
Girls (11s and 12s) Monday 3/26 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Girls (9s and 10s) Tues. 3/27 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Tryouts: Saturday 3/31
Boys (12's) 9AM (11's) 10AM
NEW ** Saturday, April 7: Boys (10's) 9AM (9's) 10AM
Girls (10-11-12) 9AM (7-8-9) 10 AM
Coaches Mtg: Sunday 4/1 4PM
Opening Day: Sunday 4/29 4PM
Regular season ends: Friday 6/1
League Tournament: Monday 6/4 to 6/15
T-ball: Monday 6/4 to Friday 6/15
Field Day (Mandatory): Saturday 4/21 9AM (Rain date 4/28)
PLAYER REGISTRATION AT WEST LAFAYETTE LITTLE LEAGUE COMPLEX:
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, FROM 5 - 8 PM AND
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, FROM 9 - 11 AM
If your son is planning on playing pony baseball this summer, please click here for the registration form. Return to Brian Martin, PONY Director
The Softball team won the 2016 District Tournament (beating Lebanon with an
Adeline Park walk off!) and faced Zionsville for a berth in the State Tournament.
While it was a hard-fought game, the West Side All Stars were unable to advance.
BASEBALL HAS WHAT IT TAKES!
The Baseball team played host to the Frankfort All-Stars in a single, winner-take-all contest. The boys had already defeated Western Boone 19-2 and Lebanon 5-1. Frankfort was undefeated as well and boasted a lot of big hitters. It was a tough contest, ultimately taken by the Frankfort All-Stars.