Boulder Arrowhead Little League: Welcome

 All Star Rosters

 11/12 Majors Baseball

Manager- Randy Northrop
Coach- Rich Mickelson
Coach- Jeff Boyd

Keaton Mickelson
Kyler Northrop
Zach Schlepp
Jalen Vladic
Jace Buchanan
Staley Keller
AJ Moser
Nathan McDonald
Kade Boyd
Mitchell Fogelsong
Cooper Tyson
Rocco Gioioso
Jaden Sanchez

 

11 Majors Baseball

Manager- Scott Sears
Coach- Corby Freitag
Coach-Tracy Vatnsdal

Xavier Brackenridge
Caleb Anderson
Tristan Vladic
Dylan Eames
Ryan Nemar
Josh Sears
Kade Vatnsdal
Jakob Wilcox
Mason Brosseau
Keagan Reas
Cooper Freitag
Carson Jenkins
Nicholas Schneider


9/10 Majors Baseball

Manager- Jeff Martin
Coach- Josh Cook
Coach- Randy Walter

Grady Boos
Payton Cicero
Jake Cook
Ben Erbacher
Cohen Groener
Brennan Harlan
Zach Hertz
Howie Martin
Owen Schneider
Cade Schwab
Gavin Schwend
Carson Steinmetz
Jaxen Walter

 


 

Points of Contact

If you need information concerning your child or have other issues,

please contact the Acting President or the Appropriate VP

Jeffrey Keller (Acting President) & 9/10 Player Agent rznboys@gmail.com 698-4050
Jeff Martin VP T-Ball jeffwmartin@msn.com 672-5906
Troy Bruce VP Coach Pitch tbruce@live.com 690-8751
Tyler Johnson VP Minors Baseball & Web Page tylerjhn@yahoo.com 839-6750
Nick Schneider VP Minors nick.schneider@hdrinc.com 690-7173
Randy Northrop VP 9/10 Baseball randynorthrop@gmail.com 860-2178   
Chad Lambourne VP 11/12 Baseball chadlambourne@gmail.com 850-4434
Jim Keller VP Girls Softball jimk@ctagroup.com 697-7072

 


Field Scheduling for Travel Teams, Tournaments and other non-Boulder Arrohwead field use needs

 Note: All non-Boulder Arrowhead teams wishing to book an Arrowhead field, please contact Tyler Johnson at 839-6750.

For Boulder Arrowhead Team Practice and Make-up Games please make sure to use this link at the bottom of the page.

The scheduled is used to book the fields for any make-up game or practices on days when a field may be open. Please note that make-up games take priority over pactices, but must be booked in advance of the scheduled day for team coordination purposes. It is also recommended that you let the umpire coordinator know in advance.

 

 


  Minors Division Spring Training

The Minors Division, league age 8 and 9's not in 9/10 Majors, have four days of Spring Training starting Tuesday March 21, 5 p.m. at Boulder Field on 32nd street west.  Please bring a glove, cleats and dress appropriate for the weather.  Players will start with a warm-up session, divide out into groups and go through a series of skills training. The training last for roughly one hour.

Team assignments will be the following week. 

 


To Register for the 2017 Season GO HERE 

 

 


Other Important Dates and Registration Information

Hard copy Player Registration Form should be used if you are not using the online registration process. The hard copy form used for registration in person or by mail can be found here.

Little League Baseball Age Chart

Little League Softball Age Chart 

BALL League Boundary Map 

Also, if you are new to the league, plan to volunteer, need to get your birth certificate on file, or need uniform sizes for the 2017 season, there will be two dates to available. Registration Dates: Thursday, February 16, from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, February 18, from 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.

If you plan to manage, coach, team parent, or volunteer in any way here is the Volunteer Application for the 2017 season. 

Baseball & Softball Observations

Baseball Observations for 9/10's will be Saturday, March 11 from 2-4 p.m.

Baseball Observations for 11/12's will be Saturday, March 11 from 4-6 p.m.

Call the VP for the Division for Makeup Observations

Note: Observations for Softball are TBD 

 


Umpire Training 

District umpire training is scheduled to begin on Tuesdays in March, the 14th, 21st & 28th. First Interstate Bank Operations (on 6th Ave N across from North Park) 6:30-9:00p.m. Greater focus this year on mechanics with basic rules coverage. This is, of course, geared to officials 0-4 years experience. We would love to see those officials with more than 4 years umpire experience to attend so you can be up to date on rules and get a feel for the general philosophy of handling the game and especially put yourself in position to mentor the new kids as they learn our craft. Some of you could really use a brush up on mechanics. We witness a couple of truly bizarre plate mechanics now and then and our intructors will be demonstrating the most up to date mechanics.

Please contact your leage umpire in chief, Carl Hansen at CHansen@dadco.com to get registered. Those umpires who attend all three complete sessions will receive a MT1 "Blue Crew" umpire jacket suitable for use during games and nice enough to wear when not working games. Everyone attending will receive rule books. 

 


 

2017 BALL Newsletter

 


2017 Winter Training for Baseball and Softball

The six-week winter training program for Baseball begins January 31st at the Swing Lab.  The 1 hour sessions will help players get ready for the start of the season.  

The two groups will be divided between 9/10 and 11/12.

11/12's- 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

9/10's- 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

Softball: The softball winter training program will begin February 7th through March 7th.

The cost is $30 for each player. Contact Swing Lab to register (406) 652-1875.

  


 


Little League Approved Bat List (Updated Frequently) here 

 

 



 Volunteers – B.A.L.L.’s Greatest Strength!

Umpires – We Need You!

 The District requires trained home plate umpires at all home games for interleague games and a field umpire when the team is the visitor. Major level teams and above will be required to provide at least two volunteers per team for umpire training.

We promise to offer training, support and hot dogs/pop at each game! In addition, B.A.L.L will again refund each umpire $50 off the registration fee for umpiring 3 games behind the plate. Please contact Carl Hansen for umpire scheduling, training and questions at 671-4705.The B.A.L.L. Board and the kids thank you!!!!

District umpire training classes are scheduled each year.

 POC: Carl Hansen 671-4705 Boulder-Arrowhead Little League

Managers/Coaches/Field Prep/Team Moms Interested in managing or coaching a team during the upcoming season? Can you help with field preparation, scoreboard worker or helping team managers as a team Mom?

Any interested manager/coach should attend one of the registrations or contact the VP of his/her child’s league and submit an application by the Friday March 4th, 2016 deadline.

Mail applications to: B.A.L.L. Attn. Volunteer Application, P.O. Box 21401, Billings, MT 59104. Applications will be available at any of the 3 sign-ups or on our web site at www.boulderarrowhead.com Click on 2016 BALL Volunteer Application to download. The board will approve coaches at the March 5th board meeting.

Get your applications in A.S.A.P.

 


 Concession Stand Help Needed!

We have a new concession stand at the Arrowhead Complex requiring 3 to 4 volunteers each game and one at the Boulder Field that requires 1 to 2 volunteers. All can be run with a parent and older child or teenager. Training will be offered on the first shift and you can eat for free while working.

The money is used to keep our fields among the best in the city, and to purchase new equipment and new uniforms. In addition, B.A.L.L will again refund each worker $50 off the registration fee for working 5 concession shifts.

Please contact Anna Wessell at 839-5379 or Shawn Hanser at 208-9228 if you are interested.

  

 


Baseball Standings

 


 

Softball Standings 

 


Volunteer Now for the 2017 Season!

Parents are encouraged to volunteer for the 2015 BALL season.  Little League Baseball and Softball is an organization designed to build good citizens. It is a program of leadership, preparing today's youth to be tomorrow's leaders. At the local level, Little League relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. 

Boulder Arrowhead Little League is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate Little League events and activities. As a volunteer, you should have a keen interest in the safety, well-being, and overall development of children. By participating as a volunteer, you will discover the benefits of volunteering are endless.

What can you volunteer for?  Umpire, manager, coach, team parent, concession stand, grounds keeper, facility maintenance, etc.  

 

  2017 Volunteer Application

   


 Concession Stand Duty


 

Where does the money go? 

List of BALL Funding Expenditures for 2017:

New concession stand, banners, treated dirt, concession stand repair, mowing, hardware supplies, ice, fuel, toilet rentals, Northwest Energy, paint, umpire equipment, lawn treatment, trash, concession stock, electric, uniforms, sprinkler repair, advertising, LL baseball association fee, scoreboard supplies, park fees, business license, food permit, Sportsplex rental, MSUB baseball donation, lock change, newsletter, centennial park donation, insurance, winter and fall ball space rental, All Star logsitics support and equipment.


Field Practice and Make-up Game Schedules 

 ***BOOK YOUR MAKEUP GAME HERE***

Please make sure to use this link to book the fields for any make-up game or practices on days when a field may be open.  Please note that make-up games take priority over pactices, but must be booked in advance of the scheduled day for team coordination purposes.  It is also recommended that you let the umpire coordinator know in advance.

 


 

Special Notice:
Mission Way adjacent to AH2 is a private drive and should not be used for baseball related parking activities.  Please observe the newly posted parking restriction and use 38th street west to access fields. According to the signs, unauthorized vehicles will be towed at the owners expense.

   
 


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