Last Updated: January 29, 2015
Online Spring Registration is now open!
Just click the link to the right.
In person registration will take place at the following locations:
Saturday Jan 24th 10am-2pm
Saturday Jan 31st 10am-2pm
Sunday February 8th 3pm-4:30pm
Save the Date! Tryouts are Mandatory Minor's and Above
Saturday February 21st
Washougal High Fishback Stadium
All levels 3pm-5pm
Players will be evaluated on the following skills:
Tryouts will take place rain or shine!
Players will need their own glove. Bats and helmets will be provided
Both Camas and Washougal High School Baseball programs will be offering youth clinics
In the event your player is not able to attend tryouts on the 21st, weather
PLEASE check the 2015 League Age Charts in particular for players born 2006 or after. Little League is phasing in a new League Age date for Baseball. Softball is not affected.
If you would like to Manage or Coach a team this year, please fill out the Manager Form to the right. Manager/Coach positions are only for one year, so even if you didn't coach last year, we most likely have a spot for you! Most teams can usually use an additional coach on staff to support the manager, so don't be shy! If you have never coached and want to learn about the game, we will be happy to find an experienced manager or coach to mentor you in learning the game and help you to be successful. Coaching is a rewarding experience and is a great way to spend quality time with your kids and their friends.
A mandatory coaches meeting will be held on February 20th to receive instruction and advice along with great resources for developing player skills, team practice plans, how to conduct parent meetings, and other team management information. Managers will receive team gear, fund raiser materials, receive rule books and other required paperwork needed during the season. Practice fields will be negotiated and assigned at this meeting and if not represented, your team may not be able to schedule times that work for you. If you are undecided about being a coach, feel free to attend this meeting to help make your decision. Managers and Coaches at the Minor division and older will also receive instruction on tryouts and player evaluations taking place on Saturday the 21st. Player draft will take place on the evening of February 22nd and all teams at this level will need a representative at the draft to select the team. T-Ball and Coach pitch managers and coaches will be in a separate room learning about resources available on the Little League web site and how to put together a good 45 minute practice and the rules.
Coaches Meeting February 20th
Junior Baseball All Stars
ECLL Junior League* wins District 4 All Star Tournament!
Front Row: Alex Orr, Hunter MacPhail, Jason Powell, Kaden Corbitt, Zachary Jones
Back Row: Manager Jason Thompson, Jack Olson, Noah Merino, Troy Prince Butterfield, Nole Thompson, Kirk Brown, John Miner, Coach Eric Miner
Not pictured: Cade Mulholland and Coach Mark Mulholland
* The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 13-14, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches.
East County Little League is a non-profit 501(3)(c) organization that runs on funds collected from player registrations fees and donations. Player registrations only provide about half the amount that it takes to provide uniforms, batting helmets, catcher's gear, bats, balls, gloves, field maintenance materials, player insurance, player scholarships and everything else that it takes to run the League. Without the generous donations of community sponsors, East County Little League would not be able to continue offering playing opportunities and education to the over 400 kids who register each year.
ECLL would like to offer its thanks to the many parents, family, and community members who support the league.