SUMMERLIN NORTH LITTLE LEAGUE MAJOR ALL STAR TEAM TO PLAY FIRST GAME MONDAY AT 5:15!!
The SNLL Major All Star team will take on Peccole Little League on Monday at 5:15 p.m. at Rainbow Family Park (near Rainbow and Oakey) in their first game in the District 4 Tournament. The winner of the D4 tournament advances to play for the State title. Please plan to come out and cheer on this talented group of players.
Bottom row (left to right): Nick Calleo, Noah Carabajal, Tyler Macke, Shane Taylor, Davin Pientka, Miguel Guzman
Fall 2015 Registration is OPEN
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SUMMERLIN NORTH LITTLE LEAGUE JUNIOR DIVISION ALL-STARS SWEEP CHEYENNE FOR DISTRICT 4 TITLE!
The Summerlin North Little League Junior Division All-Star team, after going 17-1-1 in the regular season, swept the Cheyenne All Stars in their best-of-three series to determine the District 4 Championship. The team now moves on to the Juniors Division State Championship, to be held July 23-28 in Henderson.
SUMMERLIN NORTH LITTLE LEAGUE 10/11 ALL STAR TEAM NAMED
Players Back Row: Dylan Kim , Stephan Orlovich, Aidan Vanden Berge, Aiden Johnson, Blake Pearson, Reyn Vidad , Kade DeSantis, Achille Looney
SUMMERLIN NORTH LITTLE LEAGUE 9/10 ALL STAR TEAM NAMED
Front row: Robin Vergara, Brandon Yeager, Andrew Slezak, Jacob Criss, Ben Lovering, Logan Weil,
WHY ONLY 6 PLAYERS PER TEAM FOR SNLL TEAMS THIS FALL?
Many SNLL coaches have asked why they can't bring 8 to 10 players - or even a whole team - with them for their fall ball team. All 11 Little Leagues in District 4 were given the following directive by District Administrator Mike Aker in 2014: "Little League does not allow the registration of teams, only players. The assignment of players to teams must follow the Little League operating manual. However, this is where some leeway is allowed in the fall since the fall is considered the training and development season. We have received permission from Regional to allow up to and only 6 players to be brought onto a team intact. All other players on the team must be assigned to the team by the league either by a formal selection process or randomly." SNLL will comply with this directive from D4 for the 2015 Fall Ball season by allowing teams in the competitive divisions of A, AA, AAA and Majors to secure 6 players on their team and then evaluate and draft the remaining players for their team.
SUMMERLIN NORTH LITTLE LEAGUE ANGELS TAKE MAJOR DIVISION TITLE
The SNLL Angels took the Major Division regular season and post-season titles for the 2015 Spring season. The Angels compiled a 17-1-1 record in the regular season and beat the SNLL Reds in the "if" game in post-season tournament play in an exciting extra inning game, winning 7-6 in the 7th inning on a walk-off single by Tucker Berg.
Included in the team photo above are (top row): Coach Ken Lytle, Reyn Vidad, Tucker Berg, Manager Chris Anderson, Corey Stratton, Aric Anderson, Caoch Alex Carbajal. (Bottom row): Brennan Johnson, Noah Carabajal, Thomas Gaughan, Trey Black, Brantley Lytle. Missing from team photo are: Nathan Satomba, Shea Keyes and Megan Ortega.
SUMMERLIN NORTH LITTLE LEAGUE AAA ANGELS CAPTURE REGULAR SEASON TITLE
The SNLL Angels captured the regular season title in the AAA division with a regular season record of 9-4-1.
In team picture are (bottom row): Robin Vergara, Dallas Keller, Logan Weil, Christian Logsdon, James Vogel, Aaron Trujillo. Middle row: Ridge Ashcraft, Corbin Jarique, Anthony Grace Flowers, Ben Wheeler, Bryce Ferrer Leo, Jayden Kurtz. Top row: Coach Robert Ashcraft, Coach Dave Wheeler, Manager Robert Kurtz.
SNLL CARDINALS WIN AA REGULAR SEASON AND POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT
SNLL RAYS CAPTURE A DIVISION POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT TITLE
The SNLL A Division Rays finished 2nd in the regular season and took the post-season title for for the 2015 Spring season. The Rays compiled a 12-2 record in the regular season and overcame a 0-7 deficit to beat the SNLL Blue Jays in the "if" game of the post-season tournament.
Included in the team photo above are (top row): Coach Ryan Fernandez, Manager Geoff Gates, Coach Chris Hammond, Coach Craig Borsari. (Middle row): Kaden Hammond, Cash Pignatello, Chris Lazzara, Wesley Austad, Kevin Young, Sean Gates. (Bottom row): Brayden Bender, Baker Cahalin, Ivan Isaiah Fernandez, Hudson Borsari, Matt Maddox
Miguel Guzman wins Summerlin North Little League Home Run title with 13 home runs
Miguel Guzman of the SNLL Reds Major team won the regular season home run title with 13 home runs over the fence.
NEW LITTLE LEAGUE RULE ALLOWS THOSE ATTENDING SCHOOL IN SNLL BOUNDARIES TO PLAY IN SNLL!!!
In an effort to accommodate for Little Leaguers to play with their classmates, and ease the burden on parents and guardians, Little League has amended its residency requirements to allow children to play in the local league whose boundaries where they attend school is located. To verify enrollment, parents will need to bring an official school document, such as a report card or school enrollment form, confirming enrollment in the school for the current academic year, dated before October 1, 2014.
"Little League is always looking for more ways to give all children the opportunity to have the best Little League experience possible," said Patrick Wilson, Little League Senior Vice President of Operations and Program Development. "This new rule will provide more flexibility for families to participate in the leagues that best fits their children."
If your child attends any of the following schools in SNLL boundaries, he/she can play in SNLL without any special waiver and will be eligible for All Star consideration:
William Lummis Elementary School
Ethel Staton Elementary School
John W. Bonner Elementary School
Richard Bryan Elementary School
Ernest Becker Middle School
Sig Rogich Middle School
Palo Verde High School
Adelson Educational Campus
The Meadows School
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Merryhill School (2160 Snow Trail)
Merryhill School (10050 Alta)
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