Last Updated: June 30, 2016
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Tournament Pictures Are Here

Candid pictures take at the tournament on June 18 and 19 are ready to view and purchase

Hurry, they won't stay active long - view now before they're gone!


Volunteers Needed during District 22 Games

We hope you are enjoying your Summer!

As you know Hatboro Little League is run by all of our great volunteers! That's how we remain so successful. And while we know the season is over for many of you, we asking for your help just a little bit more.

If you have any time is the next few weeks, we would really appreciate it if you could help with the District 22 games at Hatboro Little League.  Please take a look at the sign up genius below and if you are able to sign up and help, we would really appreciate it.  These games are very competitive and a lot of fun to watch.

And please don't look at the list and say, well I can't do any of that - because yes, you can! It's as simple as saying a name or marking a piece of paper every time the pitcher throws the ball - piece of cake. Bring your kids to help, they'll love it too.

On behalf of the Hatboro Little League Board, we thank you for your volunteerism.

See you at the fields!

Congratulations Red Rockets!

Hatboro Red Rockets After Winning the Machine Pitch Tournament ChampionshipThe Hatboro Red Rockets defeated Upper Moreland 8 to take home the Championship of the 2016 Hatboro Little League Scotty Gibbs Machine Pitch Tournament.

After two great days of undefeated play, the Red Rockets lost their first game Sunday afternoon, meaning both teams went into the Championship game with one loss in the double elimination tournament. It was a tight game with both teams playing well on defense. But late in the game the Red Rockets turned up the heat and turned on the pressure, winning the game and bringing the Championship home to Hatboro Little League

On the boys side, Upper Moreland 8 rallied from an early loss to make it to the Championship game. There they played Cheltenham, undefeated going into the game. Upper Moreland defeated Cheltenham, forcing a game two for the Championship win. Once again, Upper Moreland came up big and won the 2016 tournament championship.

Congratulations to both teams as well as all the teams who participated. 

Volunteer, Anyone?

Have you decided to help your child's coaching staff when someone can't make it?

Want to try your hand at umpiring (and take advantage of that new incentive program)?

There's always opportunities to Volunteer with Hatboro Little League?

But first...

If you are planning on volunteering to work with children in any way during the 2016 Little League Season (or school or other leagues), you are now required to complete the Keep Kids Safe, PA mandatory clearances.

Along with the Hatboro Little League Volunteer Application (new or returning), in order to work or volunteer with children, individuals are required to obtain clearances which included the following:

PA Child Abuse History Clearance ( you must create a login in and use the portal to fill out the necessary forms

PA State Police Criminal Record Check (use the link for "volunteers")

F.B.I. Criminal Background Check or Volunteer Disclosure Statement if you have been a PA resident for a continuous ten (10) years.

For more information on Keep Kids Safe, PA, go to:

For more information on the PA Laws that went into effect, go to:


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HATBORO LITTLE LEAGUE is comprised totally of volunteers; representative of parents, league officials, umpires, managers, and coaches, and is governed by the operating procedures and sanctions of Little League Baseball, headquarters in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Hatboro recognizes that children of Little League age are in their formative and impressionable years, and through good leadership and training, teaches the children the values of teamwork, leadership, fair play, loyalty, and discipline. Little League play is geared to provide an outlet of healthy activity in an atmosphere of wholesome community participation, and is designed to enrich the lives of the children and to help them in becoming responsible and successful adults.