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Tuesday, July 15
10-11 Boys rout Ashland, 13-0

Pendleton All-Stars 11U shut the door early on Ashland, capturing a 13-0 victory on Monday at Cook Park.

Eight runs in the first three innings allowed Pendleton All-Stars 11U to put the game away early.

An RBI double by Brogan Biggerstaff, an error, and during the first inning and a solo home run by Gabe Kaufmann in the second inning supplied the early offense for Pendleton All-Stars 11U.

Kaufmann racked up two RBIs on two hits for Pendleton All-Stars 11U.

Dakota Sams put together a nice outing. Sams held Ashland hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out three.

Pendleton All-Stars 11U piled on four more runs in the top of the third. Ruger Deming scored for the inning's first run. That was followed up by Kaufmann's single, scoring Kyle Field.

Pendleton All-Stars 11U built upon its lead with five runs in the fourth.

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Monday, July 14
10-11 boys split first two at state

Pendleton All-Stars 11U bested by Sprague comeback, 12-11

Pendleton All-Stars 11U looked to be in control, up by five runs in the sixth inning, but Sprague came back to grab a 12-11 win on Saturday at Cook Park.

Sprague was sparked by Austin M and Hayden N, who teamed up for three hits and four RBIs.

The top of the first saw Pendleton All-Stars 11U take an early lead, 2-0. Pendleton All-Stars 11U got things going when Curtis Simons singled. A stolen base then moved Simons from first to second. More runs came home for Pendleton All-Stars 11U when Ruger Deming scored on a passed ball.

Sprague scored six runs of its own in the first. Sprague scored on a bases loaded walk by Holden W, a two-run single by M, , and a two-run single byJeremiah S.

 

Zack Rabb helps Pendleton All-Stars 11U down Hermiston 6-2

Pendleton All-Stars 11U beat Hermiston 6-2 in six innings on Sunday at Cook Park behind Zack Rabb, who went 2-3.

He singled in the third and fourth innings.

In the top of the third, Hermiston grabbed the early lead, 1-0. Hermiston got a spark in the form of a Tolan triple, before before Elliott singled, bringing home Tolan.

The game was never in doubt after the third, as Pendleton All-Stars 11U scored three runs on two errors and a groundout by Dakota Sams.

Pendleton All-Stars 11U tacked on another three runs in the fifth. Reuben Bronson kicked things off with a single, scoring Kyle Field.

One run in the top of the sixth helped Hermiston close its deficit to 6-2. An RBI single by Randolf gave Hermiston life. Brogan Biggerstaff ended the game by getting Hunter to ground out. 

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Monday, July 14
10-11 girls have tough day at state
The 10-11 girls' All Stars lost both of their pool play games Saturday to end their quest for a state title. Pendleton lost to District 2 champ Centennial 17-7 and then came up short against District 5 representative Hermiston, 18-4.

Sunday, July 6
Girls dominate state tournament, move on to Western Regionals

Pendleton 10, Hermiston 0

Saturday was a day Katie Bradt will remember forever as she threw a perfect game in Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars' 10-0 victory over Hermiston . No Hermiston batter was able to locate Bradt's pitches during the game. Bradt threw a no-hitter, striking out nine batters and walking none while recording her momentous feat. She got #24 to strike out for the final out of the game. Eight runs in the opening three innings allowed Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars to easily put away Hermiston . An RBI double by Bradt during the first inning and , an RBI single by Kirah McGlothan, and a two-run single by Bradt in the second inning helped Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars put some runs on the board early. Bradt racked up three RBIs on three hits for Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars.  

Pendleton 18, Eugene 1

Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars jumped out to an early lead on District 9 and captured an 18-1 victory on Saturday at Cottage Grove. With 12 runs in the first three innings, Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars left no doubt about the eventual outcome. A passed ball, an RBI single by Kila Solomon, a two-run single by Rylee Parker, an RBI double by Madison Frazier, an RBI single by Brooklynn Lunny, an RBI double by Carissa Cooley, and an RBI single by Kirah McGlothan in the first inning and an RBI single by Parker during the second inning helped Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars put some runs on the board early. McGlothan got a hit in each of her three at bats. District nine couldn't get anything going as long as Aspen Garton was on the rubber. District nine managed just one hit off of Garton, who allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out nine during her four innings of work. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars added three more runs in the top of the third. McGlothan's triple got things going, plating Cooley. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars piled on six more runs in the top of the fourth. Garton kicked things off with a single, scoring Cooley.  

Pendleton 15, Mt. Hood 0

Aspen Garton was untouchable on Sunday, throwing a no-hitter in Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars' 15-0 victory over Mt Hood. No Mt Hood batter was able to locate Garton's pitches during the game. Garton threw a no-hitter, striking out nine batters and walking one while recording her momentous feat. She got #9 to for the final out of the game. Fifteen runs in the first three innings helped Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars blow out Mt Hood. A two-run double by Garton, an RBI single by Kila Solomon, an RBI single by Sami Spriet, an RBI single by Madison Frazier, a two-run single by Chelsea Farrow, an RBI single by Brooklynn Lunny, an error, an RBI double by Katie Bradt, and an RBI single by Solomon during the first inning and an RBI single by Garton, a hit by pitch, and a fielder's choice in the second inning supplied the early offense for Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars scored 11 runs in the first inning to build an early lead. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars easily handled Mt Hood pitching as six hitters combined for 11 hits, seven RBIs and 11 runs scored.  

Pendleton 11, Hermiston 0

Hermiston didn't stand a chance on Sunday, as Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars captured a blowout 11-0 win in five innings at Cottage Grove for the Oregon 11-12 State Championship. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars scored four runs in the fourth on a two-run double by Kirah McGlothan, an error, and a sacrifice fly by Katie Bradt. McGlothan racked up three RBIs on one hit for Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars. The lead stayed with Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars after the first, when it scored one run on an RBI single by Aspen Garton. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars tacked on another two runs in the third. Kila Solomon singled, scoring B to start the inning.  

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The girls begin play at Western Regionals in San Bernardino, California on July 18.



Sunday, July 6
10-11 boys advance to state
Pendleton 10-11 boys' All Stars defeated La Grande 17-0 in five innings on Friday to claim the District 3 championship, and will move on to the state tournament in Tigard starting on July 12.

Sunday, July 6
9-10 boys finish second in district

In a clash of unbeaten teams, the Pendleton 9-10 boys' All Stars fell to La Grande, 10-0, in the District 3 title game.

Here are recaps of their other games:

Pendleton 21, Wallowa Valley 1

A superb effort by Kobe Fell lifted Pendleton All-Stars 10U to a 21-1 win in four innings over Wallowa Valley on Saturday. Fell racked up four RBIs on five hits for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. He tripled in the first and second innings and singled in the second, third, and fourth innings. Twenty-one runs in the first three innings helped Pendleton All-Stars 10U blow out Wallowa Valley. An RBI triple by Fell, a two-run error, and a two-run single by Clayson Cooley during the first inning and a two-run error, a walk by Cooley, a bases loaded walk by Homan, a walk by Collin Primus, a bases loaded walk by Tyasin Burns, and a three-run triple by Fell in the second inning supplied the early offense for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. Wallowa Valley had no answer for Karson Lani, who kept runners off the basepaths in his appearance. Lani held Wallowa Valley hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out four. Homan was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed 21 runs in four innings, walked 14 and struck out four.  

Pendleton 16, Grant County 2

Pendleton All-Stars 10U beat Grant County 16-2 Monday behind both the bat and the arm of Tyasin Burns. Burns racked up two RBIs on two hits for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. He singled in the first inning and doubled in the second inning. Grant County's lineup had no answer for Burns. Grant County managed just one hit off of the Pendleton All-Stars 10U's pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out two during his 1 1/3 innings of work. Sixteen runs in the opening three innings allowed Pendleton All-Stars 10U to easily put away Grant County. A groundout by Jack Persinger in the first inning and a fielder's choice, a two-run double by Burns, an error, a two-run double by Easton Corey, and an RBI single by Blake Swanson during the second inning fueled Pendleton All-Stars 10U's offense early. Jack Persinger got the win for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. He allowed two runs over 2 2/3 innings. Persinger struck out six, walked three and gave up two hits. A. Mckrola took the loss for Grant County. He allowed eight runs in 2 1/3 innings, walked two and struck out three. After a quick strike from Grant County, Pendleton All-Stars 10U responded with one run in the first. Pendleton All-Stars 10U survived Grant County's surge and put up eight runs of its own in the third. Pendleton All-Stars 10U scored on an error, a two-run error, an error, an RBI single by Andrew Demianew, an error, and a two-run single by Collin Primus.  

Pendleton 23, Baker 5

Pendleton All-Stars 10U took down Baker 23-5 on Wednesday after slamming Baker with 18 runs in the second inning. Pendleton All-Stars 10U scored in the second on a solo home run by Blake Swanson, an RBI single by Jack Monkman, an RBI single by Andrew Deminaew, an RBI single by Tyasin Burns, a two-run error, an error, a fielder's choice, a two-run error, a walk by Collin Primus, an RBI single by B, an RBI single by Kobe Fell, an RBI single by Easton Corey, a walk by Karson Lani, a walk by Clayson Cooley, a fielder's choice, and a fielder's choice. Primus racked up two RBIs on two hits for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. Fell pitched lights out for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. Fell held Baker hitless over 1 2/3 innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out one. Swanson got the win for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. He pitched one shutout inning. Swanson struck out one, walked two and gave up one hit. Pendleton All-Stars 10U never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring one run on a sacrifice fly by Burns.  

Pendleton 14, Triangle 3

Pendleton All-Stars 10U refused to relinquish the lead after grabbing it early against Triangle, recording a 14-3 victory on Thursday. With seven runs in the first three innings, Pendleton All-Stars 10U left no doubt about the eventual outcome. A two-run single by Andrew Demianew and an RBI single by Tyasin Burns during the second inning fueled Pendleton All-Stars 10U's offense early. Blake Swanson racked up three RBIs on three hits for Pendleton All-Stars 10U. He homered in the third inning and singled in the second and fourth innings. Jack Persinger got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. He pitched one shutout inning. He struck out one, walked two and surrendered no hits. B P ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed seven runs in 3 1/3 innings, walked two and struck out five. Pendleton All-Stars 10U increased its lead with seven runs in the fourth. Clayson Cooley's double got things going, scoring Easton Corey. That was followed up by Swanson' single, plating Cooley.  

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Sunday, July 6
11-12 boys finish second in district
The Pendleton 11-12 boys' All Stars lost to La Grande 9-1 in the District 3 championship.

Sunday, June 29
11-12 girls advance to state

Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars blew out Milton Freewater 9-1 on Saturday at Union after pouring on five runs in the second inning. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars scored in the second on a passed ball, a passed ball, an RBI single by Kirah M, a passed ball, and a passed ball. Aspen G racked up two RBIs on one hit for Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars. Katie B baffled Milton Freewater, striking out eight batters. Katie allowed no earned runs, five hits and two walks over six innings. The lead stayed with Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars after the first, when it scored three runs on back-to-back home runs by Aspen Garton and Katie Bradt.

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Sunday, June 29
9-10 Girls finish 2nd in district
The Pendleton 9-10 girls' All Stars lost to Milton-Freewater Saturday to finish 2nd in District 3.

Friday, June 27
Girls play for district title Saturday

Pendleton will face Milton-Freewater Saturday in the District 3 softball championship. The 9-10 game is at 9:00 am, followed by the 11-12 contest at 11:00



Wednesday, June 25
District 3 baseball schedules posted
Click on "2014 District 3 Baseball Tournament" link on the left.

Wednesday, June 25
9-10 girls fall to Milton-Freewater
The Pendleton 9-10 All Stars lost today, 10-5. They will play La Grande again at 9:00 Thursday, with the winner earning a spot in Friday's championship game.

Wednesday, June 25
Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars fourth-inning burst enough to top Grant County, 11-1

An eight-run explosion in the fourth inning hoisted Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars to an 11-1 win in four innings over Grant County at Union on Wednesday. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars scored in the fourth on a fielder's choice, an error, an RBI single by Kirah M, an RBI single by Aspen G, a two-run double by Katie B, an RBI double by Kila S, and an error. Carissa C reached base two times in the game for Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars. She scored three runs and had one RBI. Katie was in control on the rubber. She gave up just one hit, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out four during her four innings of work. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring one run on an RBI single by Aspen. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars built upon its lead with two runs in the third. Carissa started the inning with a solo home run. That was followed up by Katie's double, bringing home Kirah.

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Tuesday, June 24
Updated 9-10 District 3 softball schedule

Monday June 23

9:00 am Game 1 Baker vs Grant County
11:30 am Game 2 La Grande vs Pendleton

Tuesday June 24
9:00 am Game 3 Loser Game #1 vs Loser Game #2
11:30 am Game 4 Winner Game # vs Milton Freewater

Wednesday June 25
9:00 am Game 5 Loser Game #4 vs Winner Game #3
11:30 am Game 6 Winner Game #2 vs Winner Game #4

Thursday June 26
9:00 am Game 7 Winner Game #5 vs Loser Game #6

Friday June 27
10:00 am Game 8 Winner Game #6 vs Winner Game #7



Tuesday, June 24
Garton stymies La Grande offense in 9-10 opening round game
Sauren Garton pitched a no-hitter, getting 11 of 12 outs by strikeout, to lead the Pendleton 9-10 girls to a win over the La Grande All Stars Monday, 11-0. Leaders at the plate for Pendleton were Garton (2 for 3), Josie Wilson (2 for 3) and Celia Farrow (2 for 2).

Tuesday, June 24
Cooley's homer powers 11-12 girls over Milton-Freewater

Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars shut the door early on Milton Freewater, capturing a 15-1 victory on Monday at Union. Eleven runs in the first three innings allowed Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars to put the game away early. An RBI double by Kirah M, a two-run single by Kila S, and a groundout by Sami S during the first inning and a two-run home run by Carissa C and a two-run double by Kila in the second inning helped Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars put some runs on the board early. Carissa had three extra-base hits for Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars. Katie B had an impressive outing against Milton Freewater's lineup. Katie B gave up just one hit, allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out seven during her four innings of work. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars' Carissa , Kila , Aspen G and Kirah combined for 13 hits and 12 RBIs. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars added three more runs in the top of the third. The inning got off to a hot start when Kirah doubled, plating Carissa and Kaiya S. Pendleton LL 11-12 All Stars increased its lead with four runs in the fourth. Madison F started the inning with a single, scoring Kila . That was followed up by Carissa 's single, bringing home Rylee P.

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Tuesday, June 24
Congratulations AAA Champions Cardinals!
2014 CardsAAA champs

Tuesday, June 24
Congratulations Majors Champions Cardinals!
2014Cards champs

Tuesday, June 17
Schedule changes for Wednesday
Majors and AAA semi-final games have been moved to Wednesday.  Same times and fields as originally scheduled.  AA semi-final games will be moved to Field 4.  Any all-star practices that were scheduled on Field 2 after 5pm will need to be moved to another location.

Monday, June 16
Boys' AAA playoffs continue Wednesday
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Tuesday, June 17
Boys' Majors Playoffs continue Wednesday
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Tuesday, June 17
Tuesday games cancelled
All Tuesday, June 17 games are cancelled. Boys' AAA & Majors playoffs will be rescheduled and that information posted later today.

Monday, June 16
Boys' AA playoffs continue Wednesday
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Monday, June 16
Updated District 3 11-12 softball schedule

2014 District 3 Little League Softball Tournament

Monday June 23

2:00 pm Game 1 Grant County vs Baker

4:30 pm Game 2 Pendleton vs Milton Freewater


Tuesday June 24

2:00 pm Game 3 Loser Game 1 vs Loser Game 2

4:30 pm Game 4 Winner Game 1 vs La Grande


Wednesday June 25

2:00 pm Game 5 Winner Game 3 vs Loser Game 4

4:30 pm Game 6 Winner Game 2 vs Winner Game 4


Thursday June 26

2:00 pm Game 7 Winner Game 5 vs Loser Game 6


Friday June 27

1:00 pm Game 8 Winner Game 6 vs Winner Game 7

4:30 pm Game 9 If Necessary




Monday, June 16
Boys' All Star teams announced
Boys 11/12 All Star Team
 
Ty Beers
Tyler Browning
Chris Charpentier
Greysen Clark
Colby Evens
Nat Hunsaker
Carson Moore
Caden Primus
Cooper Roberts
Dazon Sigo
Tanner Sweek
Lance Wolf
Tucker Zander

 
Manager: Stuart Roberts
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Boys 10/11 All Star Team
 

Issac Bearchum
Brogan Biggerstaff
Reuben Bronson
Ruger Deming
Kyle Field
Colton Henderson
Jimmy Jones
Gabe Kauffman
Bryson Murray
Parker Persinger
Zack Rabb
Dakota Sams
Curtis Simons

 
Manager:  Bob Field
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Boys 9/10 All Star Team
 

Tyasin Burns
Clayson Cooley
Easton Corey
Andrew Demianew
Kobe Fell
Aiden Gunter
Payton Lambert
Karson Lani
Jack Monkman
Jacob Parker
Jack Persinger
Collin Primus
Blake Swanson

 
Manager:  Dan Primus
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Boys 9/10 All Star Team
 

Dylan Alexander
Lucas Bensching
Keefer Breshears
Gabe Browning
Gavin Clark
Grant Clark
Jacob Devereaux
Keith Elwell
Michael Flores
Kellen Hanson
Jack Lieuallen
Kyle Liscom
Andre Olivera
 
Manager:  Josh Hanson


Friday, June 13
All Friday games cancelled

Friday, June 13
Congratulations Girls' AAA Champion Red Sox!
RSOXAAA2014

Friday, June 13
11-12 District Softball Schedule announced

2014 District 3 Little League Softball Tournament

Red Pool Blue Pool

Grant County Baker

Milton Freewater La Grande

Pilot Rock Pendleton


Monday June 23

2:00 pm Grant County vs Milton Freewater

4:30 pm Baker vs La Grande


Tuesday June 24

2:00 pm Milton Freewater vs Pilot Rock

4:30 pm La Grande vs Pendleton


Wednesday June 25

2:00 pm Grant County vs Pilot Rock

4:30 pm `Baker vs Pendleton


Thursday June 26

2:00 pm Red #1 vs Blue #2

4:30 pm Blue #1 vs Red #2


Friday June 27

1:00 pm Little League Softball Championship




Friday, June 13
9-10 District Softball Schedule announced

2014 9/19 District 3 Softball Tournament

Red Pool Blue Pool

Baker Grant County

La Grande Pendleton

Milton Freewater Union County


Monday June 23

9:00 am Baker vs La Grande

11:30 am Grant County vs Pendleton


Tuesday June 24

9:00 am La Grande vs Milton Freewater

11:30 am Pendleton vs Union County


Wednesday June 25

9:00 am Milton Freewater vs Baker

11:30 am La Grande vs Pendleton


Thursday June 26

9:00 am Red #1 vs Blue #2

11:30 am Blue #1 Vs Red #2


Friday June 27

10:00 am 9/10 Championship




Wednesday, June 11
Boys' AAA playoffs start Friday
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Wednesday, June 11
Boys' AA playoffs start Saturday
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Tuesday, June 10
Girls' 11-12 All Star team announced

Katie Bradt

Carissa Cooley

Chelsea Farrow

Madi Frazier

Aspen Garton

Brooklynn Lunny

Kirah McGlothan

Rylee Parker

Kila Solomon

Kaiya Spencer

Sami Spriet

 
Manager Kelsy Garton
Coach Sonia Cooley 


Tuesday, June 10
Girls' 9-10 All Star team announced
Sauren Garton           
Daisey Jenness         
Jaden Samp              
Brielle Younces         
MacKenzie Burke    
Ella Chrisman          
DeLaney Ducheck   
Celia Farrow            
Jordan Jones           
Kylie Parsons          
Chloe Taber            
Josie Wilson            

Manager    Matt Farrow
Coach     Justin Samp


Thursday, June 5
Boys' All Star teams announced June 14
Due to Little League rules, the boys' all star teams will not be announced until June 14.

Thursday, June 5
Girls' AAA Championship Tuesday
The Red Sox and Astros will meet to determine the girls' AAA championship, Tuesday, June 10 @ 5:30 pm.

Tuesday, June 3
Boys' All Star tryouts Wednesday
All-Star try-outs for the 9, 10 and 11 year olds will be Wednesday, June 49 & 10 year olds will be at 5:30 pm and 11 year olds at 6:30 pm. The 12-year-old team is picked by coaches. If enough boys try out, there will be two 9-10 teams this year. 

Tuesday, June 3
Girls' 9-10 All Star tryouts Monday
All-Star tryouts for the 9 and 10-year-old girls will be Monday, June 9 at 5:30 PM on Field 3. The 12-year-old team is picked by coaches. There will not be a 10-11 team this year unless someone volunteers to coach it. Please contact Rob Parker if you cannot make it to the tryout but would like to be considered for the team. 

Thursday, May 15
Youth softball camp June 8

PHS varsity coaches and players will hold a youth softball camp on Sunday, June 8, 2014 at Sunridge Middle School. Camp will be from 2:00-5:00 p.m. and is open to ages 7 and up.

Click here for registration form and more details.


Thursday, May 8
Team and individual photos will be delivered at games over the next week. If you have any questions, please call 541-612-0818 or email photos@seekthespark.com

Wednesday, May 7
2014 All Star tournaments announced
District Softball-June 23-27 in Union
District Baseball-June 28-July 4 in Pendleton
State 9/10 Baseball July 18 in Bend
State 10/11 Baseball July 12 in Tigard
State 11/12 baseball July 18 in Portland (Alpenrose)
State 9/10 Softball in Salem (no date set)
State 10/11 Softball in Salem (no date set)
State 11/12 softball July 5 in Cottage Grove 
JR/SR softball July 12 in Madris


Thursday, May 1
Boys playoff schedule announced

June 13th

Game 1                AAA #1 v. #8      F1           5:30

Game 2                AAA #2 v. #7      F1           7:30

Game 3                AAA #3 v. #6      F2           5:30

Game 4                AAA #4 v. #5      F2           7:30

 

June 14th

AA #1 has a bye practice time at 12 pm on F2 if you want.

Game 5                AA #2 v. #7         F1           10 am

Game 6                AA #3 v. #6         F1           Noon

Game 7                AA #4 v. #5         F2           10 am

 

June 16th

Game 8                Maj. #1 v. #8      F1           5:30

Game 9                Maj. #2 v. #7      F1           7:30

Game 10              Maj. #3 v. #6      F2           5:30

Game 11              Maj. #4 v. #5      F2           7:30

 

June 17th

Game 12              Maj. W Game 8 v. W of Game 11                 F1           5:30        Majors Semis

Game 13              Maj. W Game 9 v. W of Game 10                 F1           7:30        Majors Semis

Game 14              AAA W Game 1 v. W of Game  4                F2           5:30        AAA Semis

Game 15              AAA W Game 2 v. W of Game 3                 F2           7:30        AAA Semis

 

June 18th

Game 16              AA #1 v. W Game 7                                      F1           5:30        AA Semis

Game 17              AA W Game 5 v. W Game 6                         F1           7:30        AA Semis

 

June 19th Championship Night!!!

Game 18              AAA W Game 14 v. W Game 15                  F1           5:30        Championship

Game 19              Maj. W Game 12 v. W Game 13                    F1           7:30        Championship

Game 20              AA W Game 16 v. W Game 17                     F2           5:30        Championship



Thursday, April 24
All Thursday games cancelled
All Thursday, April 24 games in Pendleton are cancelled.

Wednesday, April 23
Rules class Sunday
There will be a rules class this Sunday, April 27, 2014 at BMCC starting at 11:00 am.  We will cover both baseball and softball, including new rules implemented this year. Coaches, umpires and parents are encouraged to attend.

Thursday, April 17
All Thursday games cancelled
All games Thursday 4/17/2014 have been cancelled.

Monday, April 14
Pendleton High School youth baseball camp this Friday

The camp will take place at Bob White Baseball Park on Friday, April 18, 2014. Ages 5-9 from 9:00am to 12:00pm and ages 10-14 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

Click here for flyer.


Friday, April 11
Team pictures continue Saturday

All Saturday, 4/12, photos at Washington School gym, 1205 SE Byers Ave.

08:40:00 AM A's AA
09:00:00 AM Cardinals AA
09:20:00 AM  
09:40:00 AM  
10:00:00 AM Orioles AAA
10:20:00 AM A's AAA
10:40:00 AM Cubs AAA
11:00:00 AM Phillies AA
11:20:00 AM  
11:40:00 AM Brewers AA
12:00:00 PM Red Sox AA
12:20:00 PM Mariners AAA
12:40:00 PM Angels AAA
01:00:00 PM Cardinals A
01:20:00 PM  
01:40:00 PM Astros AA


Friday, April 11
2014 Pendleton Pitch, Hit & Run winners

Boys Age 7/8 

All-Around Champion Braiden Sadoff 464 pts 

Pitch Champion Ryland Hunt, Colson Primus 150 pts 

Brayden Mosley, Caleb Bentley 

Hit Champion Braiden Sadoff 176 pts 

Run Champion Braiden Sadoff 213 pts 

Boys Age 9/10 

All-Around Champion Karson Lani 736 pts 

Pitch Champion Jack Lieuallen 300 pts 

Hit Champion Blake Swanson 278 pts 

Run Champion Calvin Nithikhun Jr. 263 pts 

Boys Age 11/12 

All-Around Champion Tucker Zander 788 pts 

Pitch Champion Jimmy Jones, Tucker Zander 300 pts 

Hit Champion Brayden Blackburn 288 pts 

Run Champion Tyler Browning 325 pts 

Boys Age 13/14 

All-Around Champion Kindred Hollingshead 933 pts 

Pitch Champion Kindred Hollingshead 300 pts 

Hit Champion Cooper Roberts 302 pts 

Run Champion Kindred Hollingshead 381 pts 

Due to large number of participants in boys division, the second runner up will also advance to sectionals. The additional individual participants who will be advancing to sectionals are: Levi Herman, Colton Henderson, Christopher Charpentier, Ty Dick, Colby Evens, Jabin Flint, Jacob Devereux, Gauge Rueber. 

CONGRATULATIONS BOYS!!! 

 

Girls Age 7/8 Points Earned 

All-Around Champion Madaline Schumacher 565 pts 

Pitch Champion Madaline Schumacher 300 pts 

Hit Champion Elsie Zaugg 134 pts 

Run Champion Ashtyn Larsen 216 pts 

Girls Age 9/10 

All-Around Champion Aubrey Blakely 607 pts 

Pitch Champion Kaylee Gomez, Aubrey Blakely 225 pts 

Hit Champion Jordan Jones 172 pts 

Run Champion Jaden Samp 316 pts 

Girls Age 11/12 

All-Around Champion Natalie Neveau 955 pts 

Pitch Champion Natalie Neveau 450 pts 

Hit Champion Katie Bradt 288 pts 

Run Champion Josie Wilson 366 pts 

Girls Age 13/14 

All-Around Champion Kirah McGlothan 925 pts 

Pitch Champion Kirah McGlothan, Rylee Parker, Jasmine Jones 300 pts 

Hit Champion Emily Dittenbrandt 282 pts 

Run Champion Emily Dittenbrandt 360 pts 

Due to the large number of participants in the girls 9/10 division the second runner -up will also advance to sectionals. The additional participants advancing to sectionals include: Tegan Lentz, Faith Broadfoot. CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS! 

 

All those listed are eligible for sectional competition in Portland on May 17th  



Monday, March 24

 

Friday, April 4
4:30-6:15 p.m.
Little League park

Aquafina Major League Baseball
Pitch, Hit & Run Contest

Free baseball and softball skills challenge; open to boys and girls ages 7-14 years old. Local winners will advance to the next level. Registration at 4:15 pm, contest begins at 4:30 pm.

Friday, April 4
6:00-7:15 p.m.
Little League park

Barbecue

$4 per person.

 

Friday, April 4
7:15-7:45 p.m.
Little League Field 1

Team Introductions

Saturday, April 5
10:00 a.m.
Main Street


Little League Parade

Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. Teams need to start to line up in the parking lot at North Main at 9:45 a.m. We will proceed down main street and end up in the chamber parking lot.

 

Saturday, April 5
All Day
Washington School

Team Photos

Click here for photo schedule
Click here for photo order form

Saturday, April 5
All Day
Washington School


Opening Day Games

See game schedules below

 

 



Thursday, March 20
2014 Schedules

Please note that these games will be posted to the online calendar over the next few days. The online calendar is the official schedule and will be updated. These files will NOT be updated.

Boys A
Boys AA
Boys AAA
Boys Majors
Girls AA
Girls AAA
Girls Majors



Thursday, March 13
Coaches' meeting March 20
There will be a mandatory meeting for all Little League coaches on Thursday, March 20, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. in the BMCC Science and Technology building, room 200.  

Friday, February 28
Additional registration opportunities
Registrations can be submitted Saturday, March 1, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the tower on Field 3 (softball field). Registrations will also be accepted at tryouts on March 8.

Wednesday, February 26
Boys' & girls' tryouts rescheduled for March 8
Times will remain as originally scheduled.

Wednesday, February 19
Girls' tryouts will be March 1

All girls 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 1, 2014. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the VP of Softball to remain eligible for the Majors draft. All 7-year-old girls must play at the AA and will be randomly assigned to a team. There will be no special arrangements for team placements.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
11 & 12 year olds 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
10 year olds 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.-Noon
9 year olds 11:30 a.m. Noon - 1:00 p.m.
8 year olds 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

All girls 13-16 years old who are interested in playing in Juniors or Seniors MUST try out on Saturday, March 1, 2014. All players already on a Juniors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Juniors/Seniors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
13-16 year olds 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact:
Rob Parker, Vice-President of Girls Softball, 541-379-0955
David Lloyd, President, 541-276-3700



Wednesday, February 19
Boys' tryouts will be March 1

All boys 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 1, 2014. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out but all boys wishing to play at the AAA level must try out regardless of what level they were at last year. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the draft.
All 7-year-old boys must play at the A level. The A level will be boys' ages 7-9. The AA level will be boys' ages 8-10. All A & AA teams will be randomly selected by the league director and player agent. The A & AA managers will practice together for at least two practices before they seperate the players into A & AA levels. There will be no special arrangements for team placement. The manager of the team your child is placed on will notify you.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
12 year olds 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m.
11 year olds 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m.
10 year olds 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.- Noon
9 year olds 11:30 a.m. Noon- 1:00 p.m.
8 year olds 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. (Field 2)

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Scott Breshears, Player Agent - Baseball, 541-969-8517
Josh Hanson, Vice President- Baseball, 541-429-1559



Monday, February 17
Last registration sessions this week

Tuesday February 18, 2014   5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Thursday February 20, 2014  5:30 pm to 8:00 pm 

at Sunridge Middle School Commons. 




Friday, January 24
New registration requirements for 2014

Residence shall be established at the time of registration and supported by documents, dated or in force between February 1, 2013 (previous year) and February 1, 2014 (current year), from 3 OR MORE of the following categories to determine residency of such parent(s) or guardian. All documents must reference a valid Pendleton address:

1. Driver’s License
2. Voter’s Registration
3. School records
4. Welfare/child care records
5. Federal records
6. State records
7. Local (municipal) records
8. Support payment records
9. Homeowner or tenant records
10. Utility bills (i.e., gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, mobile phone, heating, waste disposal)
11. Financial (loan, credit, investments, etc.) records
12. Insurance documents
13. Medical records
14. Military records
15. Internet, cable or satellite records
16. Vehicle records
17. Employment records

2014 season registration dates at Sunridge Middle School:
Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.


These will be the only sign-up dates. A copy of the child's birth certificate must be presented at registration. Click on the "Forms" section on the left of this website for required forms.



Sunday, November 10
Annual meeting November 17
The Pendleton Little League annual meeting will be Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013, 6:00 p.m. at the Science & Technology building at Blue Mountain Community College. Highlights of the past year will be discussed.    

Tuesday, July 23
Boys improve to 3-0 at state
Pendleton continued its winning streak with a win over Gresham tonight 9-4 with a game time temperature of 101 degrees.  The Pendleton 11-12 boys' defense started slow in the top of the first inning letting Gresham score three runs on four hits with Shawn Yeager on the mound. Pendleton went three up, three down to end the first inning. 
Gresham had no runs on two hits in the second. Pendleton changed pitchers after Yeager hit his pitch count 2/3 the way through the inning. Cameron Been came in to finish the inning. Pendleton's bats woke up in the bottom of the 2nd scoring three runs on three hits.
In the third inning Cameron Been saw the middle of Gresham's lineup which had one hit, no runs with only four batters getting up to bat. Pendleton extended their lead in the bottom of third. Shawn Yeager walked, Levi Theime and Blake Davis hit singles, which brought Cameron Been to the plate with bases loaded. Been connected with a third pitch fastball to hit a Grand Slam bringing the score to 7-3 Pendleton.
Pendleton saw some defensive excitement in the forth inning, Gresham had one out, with a runner that had walked on first, their number one batter up. He hit  the ball to Ryan Stahl playing right field. Stahl caught the ball on a one bounce and through a bb to the third baseman, Cam Sandford, who laid down the tag on the runner trying to get to third from first. In all the commotion the Greasham coach went out on the field which ended up having the runner on first being called out by the umpire for the third out. In the bottom of the fouth Pendleton went down in three batters. 
Been continued for 2/3 of the fifth inning letting Gresham score one more run on two hits. Levi Theime took the mound to finish out the fifth inning with the last out. Pendleton scored two more in the bottom of the fifth to bring the score to 9-4.
Theime finished the sixth inning with one hit on 11 pitches with two strikeouts.



Monday, July 8
11-12 boys continue to roll
The Pendleton 11-12 All Stars beat Milton-Freewater 15-4 in 4 innings Sunday to improve to 2-0 in pool play.

Monday, July 8
9-10 boys blank Wallowa Valley 10-0
The Pendleton 9-10 All Stars opened District 3 tournament play July 6 by defeating Wallowa Valley 10-0.

Monday, July 8
11-12 boys open with victory
the pendleton 11-12 boys defeated La Grande 9-4 in 6 innings on July 6. Ryan Stahl started the game off with a battle at the plate but hit the 8th pitch for a homerun and the only run of the inning. Blake Davis started the third with a single, stole second on a past ball, moved to third on a fielders choice hit by Ryan Stahl, then stole home on a passed ball. The fourth started with Gabe Umbarger who got hit by a pitch to lead off, stole second on a passed ball, and was hit in by Cameron Been. Matthew Demianew hit a nice shot to left field to get a double and drove in Cameron for the second  and last run of the inning. Ryan Stahl started off the 5th with a hard hit ball to right field for a double. Shawn Yeager drove in Ryan for Pendleton's fifth run. In the sixth Pendleton scored 4 to bring our score to nine. Levi Theime was the starting pitcher and went 3 2/3 innings and gave up one run in the second and third. Ryan Stahl pitched 1 2/3 innings and gave up one run in the fourth and fifth. Quinn Doherty finished it off.

Monday, July 8
11-12 girls claim district title
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The Pendleton 11-12 girls overwhlemed Milton-Freewater 11-1 on July 2 to gain a spot in the state softball tournament starting July 12 in Scappoose. The Pendleton bats erupted for 18 hits in five innings with the top five in the order going 15-17: Kirah McGlothan 4-4, Madi Frazier 3-3, Katie Bradt 4-4, Alexi Brehaut 1-3, and Elli Nirschl 3-3. Nirschl was in control in the pitcher's circle, scattering six hits over five innings. Jordan Lambert pitched the complete game for Milton-Freewater. Pictured above, front, left to right: Elli Nirschl and Alexi Brehaut. Middle: Jasmine Jones, Rylee Parker, Marissa Medrano, Kila Solomon, Megan George, Madi Frazier, Aspen Garton, Katie Bradt, Jessie Patterson, Kirah McGlothan. Back: Coach Dave Brehaut, Abby Williams, Manager Steve Brehaut, Coach Bob Patterson. 



Tuesday, July 2
9-10 girls finish 3rd in district
The Pendleton 9-10 girls' All Stars lost to Grant County Monday, 4-2. Jordan Jones pitched the first four innings for Pendleton with Carissa Cooley helming the final frame. Pendleton finishes the district tournament in 3rd place while Grant County will play La Grande for the district title.


Monday, July 1
11-12 girls earn day off with victory
The Pendleton 11-12 All Stars defeated Milton-Freewater 10-4 Sunday behind a complete game in the circle by Alexi Brehaut. On Tuesday, Pendleton will play the winner of Monday's Milton-Freewater/Grant County rematch.

Monday, July 1
9-10 girls come up short in pitchers' duel
The Pendleton 9-10 girls battled La Grande Sunday, losing 2-0. Sami Spriet pitched the complete game for Pendleton, Jaiden Haefer for La Grande. Pendleton will meet Grant County Monday in a rematch of Saturday's game. The winner will face La Grande Tuesday.

Saturday, June 29
9-10 girls overwhelm Grant County
The Pendleton 9-10 all stars defeated Grant County 17-7 today. Sami Spriet, Celia Farrow and Carissa Cooley pitched for Pendleton. On Sunday they'll face La Grande, who defeated Milton-Freewater 10-0 Saturday.

Saturday, June 29
Girls hold Pilot Rock hitless for opening round win
The Pendleton 11-12 girls opened the District 3 All Star tournament this morning with a 7-1 victory over Pilot Rock. Elli Nirschl, Katie Bradt and Alexi Brehaut each threw two innings to combine for the no hitter. Kirah McGlothan ignited the Pendleton offense with a double off the left field fence leading off the bottom of the first inning. She later added a single and a walk and totaled two runs scored on the day. Jessie Patterson and Katie Bradt drove in two runs each. Pendleton will face Milton-Freewater Sunday.

Saturday, June 29
Introducing 2013 Boys' 9-10 Pendleton All Stars...
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Front Row: Collin Primus, Mogan Schumacher, Kobe Fell, Colby Evens.
Second Row: Caleb Rojas, Tucker Zander, Jimmy Jones, Curtis Simons.
Third Row: Dakota Sams, Blake Swanson, Parker Persinger, Brogan Biggerstaff.
Back Row: Coaches Ryan Sams, Gordy Schumacher, Tim Simons


Tuesday, June 25
Boys' 11-12 All Star team announced

Ryan Stahl, Levi Thieme, Quinn Doherty, Cameron Been, Easton Phelan, Blake Davis, Gabe Umbarger, Cam Sandford, Austen Fell, Matthew Demianew, Justin Duso, Riley Kelm and Shawn Yeager. Manager:  Tom Phelan, Coaches:   Fred Fell Jr. and Erik Davis.



Tuesday, June 25
District softball tournament starts Saturday in John Day

9/10Softball

SaturdayJune 29

3:00am Game 1 Milton Freewater vs La Grande

5:30pm Game 2 Pendleton vs Grant County

SundayJune 30

3:00pm Game 4 Loser Game 1 vs Loser Game 2

5:30pm Game 3 Winner Game 1 vs Winner Game 2

MondayJuly 1

5:30pm Game 5 Loser Game 3 vs Winner Game 4

TuesdayJuly 2

5:30 Game6 Winner Game 5 vs Winner Game 3

WednesdayJuly 3

TBA Game7 If Necessary

______________________________

11/12Softball

SaturdayJune 29

10:00am Game 1 Pendleton vs Pilot Rock

12:30pm Game 2 Milton Freewater vs Grant County

SundayJune 30

10:00am Game 4 Loser Game 1 vs Loser Game 2

12:30pm Game 3 Winner Game 1 vs Winner Game 2

MondayJuly 1

3:00pm Game 5 Loser Game 3 vs Winner Game 4

TuesdayJuly 2

3:00pm Game 6 Winner Game 5 vs Winner Game 3

WednesdayJuly 3

TBA Game7 If Necessary



Tuesday, June 25
Introducing 2013 Girls' 9-10 Pendleton All Stars...
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Bottom left: Josie Wilson, Jordan Jones, DeLaney Duchek, Chloe Taber, Celia Farrow
Center left: Bailey Kannier, Saleen McEntire, Natalie Neveau, Carissa Cooley, Sarah Powell, Sami Spriet, Lark MacDonald
Back left: Manager Jason Duchek, Coach Jesse Neveau, Coach Matt Farrow


Monday, June 24
Introducing 2013 Girls' 11-12 Pendleton All Stars...
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Front: Alexi Brehaut, Jessie Patterson, Abby Williams, Jasmine Jones, Kila Solomon, Kirah McGlothan, Elli Nirschl, Rylee Parker, Aspen Garton, Madi Frazier, Katie Bradt, Marissa Medrano, Megan George. Back: Coach Dave Brehaut, Manager Steve Brehaut, Coach Bob Patterson.

Sunday, June 23
Congratulations 2013 Boys' Majors Champions Dodgers!
2013BMaj champs

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Sunday, June 23
Congratulations 2013 Boys' AA Champions Mariners!
2013BAA champs

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Sunday, June 23
Walla Walla Sweets youth baseball camp July 16-19

July 16 to July 19 from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at Historic Borleske Stadium in Walla Walla. For children ages 8 to 18. Standard Registration is $115/camper. Early Bird (before June 24) is $70/camper. Visit www.wallawallasweets.com/camps/ for more info.



Friday, June 14
Congratulations 2013 Girls' AAA Champions Astros!
2013Astros_champs

2013 GAAA2

Friday, June 14
Dodgers and Mariners clash for AA title tonight
2013 BAA2

Saturday, June 8
Boys' Majors playoffs start Monday
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Saturday, June 8
Boys' AAA playoffs start Tuesday
2013 BAAA1

Friday, June 7
Congratulations 2013 Girls' Majors Champions Phillies!
2013Phillies

Thursday, June 6
Boys' AA playoffs start Tuesday
2013 BAAA1

Thursday, June 6
Girls' AAA playoffs start Monday
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Wednesday, June 5
Girls' 9-10 all star tryouts Tuesday
All-Star try-outs for the 9 and10-year-old girls will be Tuesday, June 11 at 6:00 PM. Check in begins at 5:30. The 12-year-old team is picked by coaches. There will not be a 10-11 team this year. Please contact Rob Hillmick if you cannot make it to the tryout but would like to be considered for the team. 


Monday, June 3
Boys' All Star tryouts June 7
All-Star try-outs for the 9, 10 and 11 year olds will be Friday, June 7 at 6:00 PM. Check in begins at 5:30. The 12-year-old team is picked by coaches. 9 and 10-year olds will be on Field 1. 11-year olds will be on Field 2. Please contact Dan Primus if you cannot make it to the tryout but would like to be considered for either team. 



Monday, June 3
All Star managers named

Congratulations to this year's All Star team managers:

Boys' 9/10:   Tim Simons
Boys' 10/11: Dan Primus
Boys' 11/12: Tom Phelan 
Girls' 9/10: Jason Duchek
Girls' 11/12: Steve Brehaut 


Wednesday, May 22
All Wednesday games cancelled
All Wednesday, May 22 games cancelled


Tuesday, May 21
All Tuesday games cancelled
All Tuesday, May 21 games cancelled

Monday, May 13
WEATHER UPDATE-- MONDAY, MAY 13
5:30 p.m. games on Fields 1, 2 & 4 are cancelled. 5:30 p.m. game on Field 3 is still on. All 7:30 games will proceed as scheduled.

Tuesday, May 7
Team pictures delivered this week
If your team hasn't received their pictures yet, they will be delivered at this week's games. If your team doesn't play this week, please call 541-612-0818 to arrange for delivery.

Friday, April 12
Monday games cancelled
All Monday, 4/15 games are cancelled.

Friday, April 12
District All Stars update
Girls' All Stars will start June 29 in John Day. Boys' All Stars starts July 6 in Baker. Dates are subject to change.

Monday, April 8
Rick Kelm named 2012 Pendleton Little League Volunteer of the Year
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Rick Kelm and son Riley pose with the Volunteer of the Year award.
Rick Kelm has been directly involved for 6 years with Little League baseball and has been a mentor to kids of all ages. Rain or shine, you can find Rick out on the field prepping, working and teaching. Without hesitation, Rick volunteered again this year to manage a Majors team. Not questioning if he was to have time, he knew that he had to do it for our youth. Rick Kelm's number 1 goal is fun first, baseball second. Rick works to bring out the best in every player, whatever the situation. He has a calming factor that youth can learn from, but is stern enough that they know what the best choice for them to make is. Rick works hard to make sure that every player leaves with a better understanding of what it takes to become a leader and better community member. Baseball is not the only sport Rick has a passion for. Rick is also involved in youth basketball and youth football in our community... volunteering is just a way of life to Rick and his family! 


Saturday, April 6
Team photos today
Team photos will proceed as scheduled today, rain or shine, at Washinton School gym.

Thursday, April 4
Rules clinic Sunday
Sunday, April 7, 2013, 1:00 pm at BMCC. This clinic is open, recommended and valuable for all managers, coaches, umpires, league staff and even parents, to learn or even brush up on new and old Little League baseball and softball rules. Staff will answer questions and discuss game situations that you may have experienced in your games. Focus will be on the regular season, not tournament play. Spread the word, bring your league volunteers and your questions.   



Wednesday, March 27

 

Opening Weekend is April 5 & 6
Friday, April 5
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Little League park

Aquafina Major League Baseball
Pitch, Hit & Run Contest

Free baseball and softball skills challenge; open to boys and girls ages 7-14 years old. Local winners will advance to the next level. Registration at 4:15 pm, contest begins at 4:30 pm.

Friday, April 5
6:00-7:15 p.m.
Little League park

Barbecue

$4 per person.

 

Friday, April 5
7:15-7:45 p.m.
Little League Field 1

Team Introductions

Sat., April 6
10:00 a.m.
Main Street


Little League Parade

Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. Teams need to start to line up in the parking lot at North Main at 9:45 a.m. We will proceed down main street and end up in the chamber parking lot.

 

Sat., April 6
All Day
Washington School

Team Photos

Click here for photo schedule
Click here for photo order form

Sat., April 6
All Day
Washington School


Opening Day Games

See game schedules below

 

 



Thursday, March 21
Schedules online this week

The 2013 schedule can temporarily be accessed using the link below. The games will be added to the online calendar at PendletonLittleLeague.com over the next few days. Please note that the online calendar here is the official calendar and will be kept up to date. The schedules in the link below will not be updated as changes occur.

2013 schedule (temporary link)



Wednesday, March 13
Coaches' meeting March 21
There will be a mandatory meeting for all Little League coaches on Thursday, March 21, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. in the BMCC Science and Technology building, room S200. 

Monday, March 11
Boys' practice schedule


2013 Practice Schedule



Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Field 1




3-5 pm AAA Mariners AAA Orioles AA Dodgers AAA Orioles AA Cards
5-7 pm Maj. Cubs Maj. Orioles Maj. Dodgers Maj. A's Maj. Padres
7-9 pm Maj. Dodgers AAA Dodgers AAA Cards AA Cubs AA Mariners






Field 2




3-5 pm AAA Cubs AA Orioles AAA Mariners AAA Cubs AA A's
5-7 pm Maj. Cards Maj. Padres Maj. Cards Maj. Orioles Maj. A's
7-9 pm AAA Cards AAA A's Maj. Cubs AAA Dodgers












Field 4




3-5 PM
AA Dodgers
AA Orioles
5-7 PM
AA A's
AA Mariners
7-9 PM
AA Cubs
AA Cards


















Field 1




8-10 AM AA A's



10-12 AM AA Cubs



12-2 PM AA Orioles



2-4 PM AA Cards



4-6 PM AA Mariners



6-8 PM AA Dodgers









Field 2




8-10 AM A A's



10-12 AM A Cubs



12-2 PM A Orioles



2-4 PM A Cards



4-6 PM A Dodgers



6-8 PM






Friday, March 8
Tryouts Saturday
Girls' and boys' tryouts this Saturday (March 9) per the schedules below. Concession stand will be open for hot coffee, fresh doughnuts and other goodies!

Thursday, February 21
Last registration session Saturday

Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 23, 2013. A copy of the child's birth certificate must be presented at registration. Click on the "Forms" section on the left of this website for required forms.




Thursday, February 21
Boys' tryouts set for March 9

All boys 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 9, 2013. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out but all boys wishing to play at the AAA level must try out regardless of what level they were at last year. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the draft.
All 7-year-old boys must play at the A level. The A level will be boys' ages 7-9. The AA level will be boys' ages 8-10. All A & AA teams will be randomly selected by the league director and player agent. The A & AA managers will practice together for at least two practices before they seperate the players into A & AA levels. There will be no special arrangements for team placement. The manager of the team your child is placed on will notify you.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
12 year olds 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m.
11 year olds 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m.
10 year olds 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.- Noon
9 year olds 11:30 a.m. Noon- 1:00 p.m.
8 year olds 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. (Field 2)

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Dan Primus, Player Agent - Baseball, 541-969-3665
Tom Phelan, Vice President- Baseball, 541-377-5148



Thursday, February 21
Girls' tryouts March 9

All girls 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 9, 2013. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Majors draft. All 7-year-old girls must play at the AA and will be randomly assigned to a team. There will be no special arrangements for team placements.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
11 & 12 year olds 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
10 year olds 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
9 year olds 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.-Noon
8 year olds 11:30 a.m. Noon - 1:00 p.m.

All girls 13-16 years old who are interested in playing in Juniors or Seniors MUST try out on Saturday, March 9, 2013. All players already on a Juniors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Juniors/Seniors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
13-16 year olds 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact:
Rob Parker, Vice-President of Girls Softball, 541-379-0955
Rob Hillmick, Softball Player Agent, 541-276-0351



Tuesday, January 29
Pendleton Spring Fling baseball tournament April 20 & 21
Divisions: 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U

Format: Round Robin, Minimum 3 games with 4 teams per division, Maximum 6 teams per division. Additional teams allowed if all divisions are not filled.

Entry fee: $225 plus one dozen baseballs

Click here for complete details.



Tuesday, January 8
2013 Season Registration Dates

2013 season registration dates at Sunridge Middle School:
Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013- 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 18, 2013 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
These will be the only sign-up dates. A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 23, 2013. A copy of the child's birth certificate must be presented at registration. Click on the "Forms" section on the left of this website for required forms.



Tuesday, November 6
Annual meeting November 18

The Pendleton Little League annual meeting will be Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012, 6:00 p.m. at the Science & Technology building at Blue Mountain Community College. Highlights of the past year will be discussed.    



Tuesday, July 10
Pendleton teams start state tournaments this weekend
Boys' 10-11 state schedule (starting July 13 in Hermiston)
Girls' 9-10 state schedule (starting July 14 in Enterprise)
Girls' 10-11 state schedule (starting July 14 in Enterprise)

 



Friday, July 6
11-12 boys claim district title
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Down 7-4 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, the Pendleton 11-12 boys' team battled back to defeat La Grande 8-7 Thursday and move onto the state tournament. Ryan Stahl's bases-loaded walk scored the winning run.

Friday, July 6
9-10 boys finish second in district
The Pendleton 9-10 boys' team fell to La Grande 14-1 Thursday to end their season with a second place finish in district 3.

Thursday, July 5
10-11 boys advance to state
The Pendleton 10-11 boys defeated Baker 11-5 Wednesday, earning themselves a trip to the state tournament in Hermiston. Riley Kelm pitched the first five innings before leaving due to reaching his maximum allowed pitch count. Austen Fell took the mound in the sixth to preserve the victory.

Thursday, June 28
11-12 girls rally falls short
The Pendleton 11-12 girls fought back from a 7-2 deficit in the bottom of the sixth inning but came up just short with the tying run on third base, losing to Milton-Freewater in the district 3 championship game, 7-6.

Friday, June 29
Boys' All Stars starts Saturday in Athena

District 3 Boys' 9-10 schedule
District 3 Boys' 10-11 schedule
District 3 Boys' 11-12 schedule



Tuesday, June 26
11-12 girls advance to title match
The Pendleton 11-12 girls defeated Grant County this morning, 10-0, to advance to the District 3 Championship game. They'll face the winner of this afternoon's Pilot Rock/Milton-Freewater contest. Abby Boozer, Reece Litzsinger and Jaiden Lemberger combined to throw the shutout.

Sunday, July 1
Introducing Boys' 9-10 Pendleton All Stars...
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Back Row 10 yr. olds:  Chris Charpentier, Carson Moore, Cooper
Roberts, Tyler Newsom, Tanner Sweek, Caden Primus, Ty Beers
Front Row 9 yr. olds:  Ruger Deming, Dakota Sams, Jimmie Jones, Tucker Zander
Manager:  Dan Primus  Coach:  Stuart Roberts


Tuesday, June 26
Introducing Boys' 10-11 Pendleton All Stars...
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Left to right: Kaden Clark, Noah Brewer, Cameron BeenAustin Fell, Easton Phelan, Alex Rendon, Cam "Tater" SandfordMatthew Demianew, Gabe Umbarger, Quinn Doherty, Riley Kelm. Back: Manager Fred Fell, Coaches Tom Phelan and Tom Demianew.



Tuesday, June 26
Introducing Boys' 11-12 Pendleton All Stars...
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Back row: Nick Bower, Rylee Ettinger, Austin Zaugg, Ryan Russell, Bryson Pierce, Daniel Naughton
Front row: Mathan Bliss, Shawn Yeager, Brenton Stearns, Jared Beveridge, Ryan Stahl
Coaches: Rob Naughton, Rod Russell, Shawn Pierce. 


Tuesday, June 26
10-11 girls move on to state
The Pendleton 10-11 girls completed their sweep of the Wallowa Valley team Sunday, outlasting their opponents 23-19. Marissa Medrano pitched the first seven innings with Jessie Patterson and Talia Lunny filling the last frame. Saturday, Pendleton won 14-3 behind Alexi Brehaut's complete game. The girls will begin their quest for a state title July 14 in Enterprise.


Tuesday, June 26
Monday's District 3 softball results

9-10 Softball

Pendleton 4 Milton-Freewater 1

Grant County 18 Baker 8

 

11-12 Softball

Pendleton 9 LaGrande/Union 5

Grant County 13 Baker 6

 

Juniors softball

Triangle 18 Pilot Rock 3

 



Monday, June 25
Sunday's District 3 softball scores

9-10 Softball

Pendleton 8 LaGrande/Union 5

Pilot Rock 14 Grant County 9 

 

10-11 Softball

Pendleton 23 Wallowa Valley 19

 

11-12 Softball

Milton Freewater 8          LaGrande/Union 2

Pilot Rock 12                   Grant County 0 

 

Juniors softball

Triangle 13 Wallowa Valley 0      

Triangle 12 Pilot Rock 0 



Sunday, June 24
Saturday's District 3 softball results

9-10 Softball

Milton-Freewater 12 LaGrande 5

Baker 13 Pilot Rock 8

 

10-11 Softball

Pendleton 14 Wallowa Valley 3

 

11-12 Softball

Pendleton 9 Milton-Freewater 2

Pilot Rock 8 Baker 0

 

Juniors softball

Triangle 22 Wallowa Valley 0

Pilot Rock 2 Triangle 1




Monday, June 18
All Star softball schedules posted

District 3 Girls' 9-10 schedule
District 3 Girls' 10-11 schedule
District 3 Girls' 11-12 schedule
District 3 Girls' Juniors schedule



Tuesday, June 19
Congratulations 2012 Boys' Majors Champions Cardinals!
2012BMaj champs

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Monday, June 18
Congratulations 2012 Boys' AAA Champions A's!


Monday, June 18
Congratulations 2012 Boys' AA Champions A's!
2012BAA champs

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Thursday, June 14
A's & Pilot Rock Dodgers play tonight to decide AA champions
2013 BAA2

Thursday, June 14
Introducing Girls' 10-11 Pendleton All Stars...
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Left to right: Manager Steve Brehaut, Marissa Medrano, Leilani Rojas, Alexi Brehaut, Talia Lunny, Baylee Oliver, Rylee Parker, Makayla Fossek, Lauren Galloway, Savannah Taylor, Kyra Ford, Jessie Patterson, Coach Dave Brehaut

Thursday, June 14
Introducing Girls' 9-10 Pendleton All Stars...

 

Left to right: Manager Kelsy Garton, Aspen Garton, Kirah McGlothan, Chelsea Farrow, Carissa Cooley, Katie Bradt, Kila Solomon, Madison Frazier, Sami Spriet, Justice Craig, Brooklynn Lunny, Megan George, Coach Sonia Cooley.

 


Wednesday, June 13
Introducing Girls' 11-12 Pendleton All Stars...
2012g11_12AS

Back row: Madison Parker, Tatum Fell, Kalan McGlothan, Jaiden Lemberger, Elli Nirschl.    
Front: Abby Boozer, Sam Schmitz, Rylee Gentner,  Lauren Richards,  Raylee Lehnert,  Reece Litzsinger. 



Wednesday, June 13
Cubs & Cardinals to meet in Majors' title game
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Friday, June 8
Congratulations 2012 Girls' AAA Champions Pilot Rock Phillies!


Friday, June 8
Boys' Majors playoffs start Monday
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Note: Saturday's games will not affect playoff seeds.

Wednesday, June 6
Brewers and Pilot Rock to square off for girls' AAA title
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Wednesday, June 6
Girls' AAA playoffs continue tonight
2013 GAAA2

Wednesday, June 6
Boys' AAA playoffs start Saturday
2013 BAAA1

Wednesday, June 6
Boys' AA playoffs start Saturday
2013 BAAA1

Tuesday, June 5
New batting cages open
new cages
While there remains carpeting and lights to be installed, the new batting cages behind the 3rd base line of Field 2 are now available for use. Cages are open to boys and girls on a "first come, first served" basis.

Tuesday, June 5
All Star coaches announced

Boys' 11-12 coach: Rob Naughton

Boys' 10-11 coach: Fred Fell

Boys' 9-10 coach: Dan Primus

Girls' 11-12 coach: Steve Nirschl

Girls' 10-11 coach: Steve Brehaut

Girls' 9-10 coach: Kelsy Garton 



Monday, June 4
Monday games cancelled, tryouts still a go
All Monday, June 4 games have been cancelled. As of 4:50 today, girls' all star tryouts will proceed as scheduled. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. with tryouts starting at 6:00 p.m.

Monday, June 4
Congratulations 2012 Girls' Majors Champions Pilot Rock!
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Monday, June 4
Girls' AAA playoffs start Tuesday
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Monday, June 4
Softball gear turn in Thursday
AA, AAA, and Majors softball gear and uniform turn in will be on Thursday June 7 from 5:00 - 7:00 at the field 3 shed.  Please make sure bags are free of garbage and other things that do not belong in the gear bag. Make sure that all gear is in the bag.  Each team should have at least 4 batting helmets and catchers gear.  Majors should have 2 sets of catchers gear.  If you received a bucket of balls that bucket of balls needs to be returned. (Balls are part of the equipment).    If there is gear that needs replaced please include a note indicating that. AAA teams that play in the Championship game that night need to be prepared to turn in their uniforms and equipment after their game.

Tuesday, May 29
Boys' Majors Super Saturday is June 9
To make up some of the games that have been cancelled due to weather this year, each boys' Majors team wil play two games on Saturday, June 9. These games will not count toward league standings. Normal days of rest for players who pitch on Saturday will be in effect. Playoff seeds will be determined after games are completed on Thursday, June 7.

Wednesday, May 16
2012 All Star Tournament dates

All dates are tentative.

District Softball, all ages, June 23-29 in Pilot Rock

District Baseball, all ages, June 30-July 6 at Triangle Little League

State 9-10 & 10-11 Softball starts July 14 in Enterprise

State 11-12 Softball is July 6-11 in Brookings

State 9-10 Baseball is July 13-21 in Lake Oswego

State 10-11 Baseball starts July 13 or 14 in Hermiston

State 11-12 Baseball starts ?? in Portland/Gresham area



Wednesday, May 16
Team and individual photos will arrive next week
Due to an equipment function at the photo lab, team and individual photos have been delayed. They will arrive sometime next week and be delivered to team coaches. If you have any questions, you can contact Seek the Spark Creative at 541-612-0818.

Monday, May 14
Girls' All-Star tryouts June 4
We will conduct the 9-10 and 10-11 try outs on June 4 at 6 pm.  Sign in starts at 5:30.  12 year olds do not need to tryout. Anyone interested in coaching the 9-10, 10-11, 11-12 or Juniors All-Star teams needs to notify Rob Parker by May 18.

Thursday, May 10
Boys' All Star tryouts May 31
All-Star try-outs for the 9, 10 and 11 year olds will be Thursday, May 31 at 6:00 PM. Check in begins at 5:30. The 12-year-old team is picked by coaches. Please contact Dan Primus if you cannot make it to the tryout but would like to be considered for either team. 


Thursday, May 10
Jewelry reminder
Players are not allowed to wear jewelry of any kind while they are playing. This includes plastic, paper, metal or leather necklaces and bracelets. The only exception is a medical alert braclet, but it has to be taped down.

Thursday, May 3
Thursday games cancelled
All Thursday, May 3 games have been cancelled.

Tuesday, May 1
Interested in coaching a boys' all-star team?
Any current Little League coaches who would like to be considered for a 2012 Boys' All-Star Manager position, must apply for a position by 5-14-2012. If you have not already contacted Tom Phelan, please do so before this date and include the age group you wish to manage. The Manager interviews and selections will be 5-29-2012.


Thursday, April 26
Thursday games cancelled
All games for Thursday, April 26 have been cancelled.

Saturday, April 21
Last day for team photos

Little League team and individual photos continue today, Saturday, April 21, at Washington School gym, 1205 SE Byers Ave. Photos will proceed as scheduled even if games are rained out. For more information, contact John Bradt at 541-612-0818.

Click here for photo schedule
Click here for photo order form



Wednesday, April 18
All Wednesday games cancelled
All Wednesday, 4/18 games cancelled.

Wednesday, April 18
Keys found
A set of GMC keys was found on Field 3 Wednesday morning. Contact Travis Zander at 541-379-5664 to claim.

Tuesday, April 17
Tuesday games cancelled

All Tuesday, April 17 games have been cancelled. 



Monday, April 16
Monday games cancelled
All Monday, April 16 games have been cancelled.

Wednesday, April 11
Team photos continue

Little League team and individual photos continue through Saturday, April 21. All Saturday, April 21 photos will be at Washington School gym, 1205 SE Byers Ave. There are no photos on Sat., April 14. Weeknight photos will be at the Seek the Spark studio (directions below). Photos will proceed as scheduled even if games are rained out. For more information, contact John Bradt at 541-612-0818.

Click here for photo schedule
Click here for photo order form
Click here for directions to Seek the Spark studio




Tuesday, April 10
Juniors open season today

Tentative Juniors schedule below. More games may be added.

Tue  4/10        6:00   @ Cannery Field  in MF
Fri   4/13        6:30    Pilot Rock
Wed   4/18     6:00   @ Triangle     
Mon   4/23      6:00   @ Cannery Field  in MF
Thur   5/10     6:30   @ PR
Fri     5/11      5:30   Home vs  MF      double header
Sat    5/19     1:00    Home   vs   PR         double header
Thur   5/24      6:00  @  Triangle
Wed   6/6      5:30    Home  vs   Triangle     double header

 



Sunday, April 1

 

Friday, April 6
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Little League park

Aquafina Major League Baseball
Pitch, Hit & Run Contest

Free baseball and softball skills challenge; open to boys and girls ages 7-14 years old. Local winners will advance to the next level. Registration at 4:15 pm, contest begins at 4:30 pm.

Friday, April 6
6:00-7:15 p.m.
Little League park

Barbecue

$4 per person.

 

Friday, April 6
7:15-7:45 p.m.
Little League Field 1

Team Introductions

Saturday, April 7
10:00 a.m.
Main Street


Little League Parade

Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. Teams need to start to line up in the parking lot at North Main at 9:45 a.m. We will proceed down main street and end up in the chamber parking lot.

 

Saturday, April 7
All Day
Washington School

Team Photos

Click here for photo schedule
Click here for photo order form

Saturday, April 7
All Day
Washington School


Opening Day Games

See game schedules below

 

 



Saturday, March 31
Rules clinic Sunday
Sunday, April 1, 2012, 11:00 am at St. Anthony Hospital in Pendleton.  This clinic is open, recommended and valuable for all managers, coaches, umpires, league staff and even parents, to learn or even brush up on new and old Little League baseball and softball rules. Staff will answer questions and discuss game situations that you may have experienced in your games. Focus will be on the regular season, not tournament play. Spread the word, bring your league volunteers and your questions.   


Saturday, March 24
Uniform distribution March 31-April 1
30th Friday 31st Saturday 1st Sunday
5:45 PM AAA Dodgers 8:00 AM AAA Cubs 8:00 AM AAA Angels
6:00 PM Major Padres 8:30 AM AAA Mariners 8:30 AM AA Angels
6:15 PM Major A's 9:00 AM AA A's 9:00 AM AAA Redsox
6:30 PM Major Cards 10:00 AM AAA Orioles 10:00 AM AA Redsox
6:45 PM Major Dodgers 10:30 AM AAA Cards 10:30 AM AAA Astros
7:00 PM Major Astro's 11:00 AM AA Orioles 11:00 AM AA Astros
7:15 PM Major Red Sox 11:30 AM A Orioles 11:30 AM AAA Brewers
7:30 PM Major Brewers 12:00 PM AA Cards 12:00 PM AA Brewers
8:00 PM Major Angels 12:30 PM A Cards 12:30 PM AAA Phillies
8:15 PM Major Phillies 1:00 PM AA Dodgers 1:00 PM AA Phillies
    1:30 PM A Dodgers 1:30 PM  
    2:00 PM A A's 2:00 PM  
    2:30 PM AAA A's 2:30 PM  
    3:00 PM AA Cubs 3:00 PM  
    3:30 PM A Cubs 3:30 PM  


Tuesday, March 13
Coaches' meeting Thursday
There will be a mandatory meeting for all Little League coaches on Thursday, March 22, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. in the BMCC Science and Technology building. 


Tuesday, March 13
2012 season schedule

The 2012 master schedule can be downloaded below as a PDF file. The games will be added to the online calendar over the next few days. Please note that the online calendar is the official calendar and will be kept up to date. The PDF file will NOT be updated.

2012 master schedule



Thursday, March 1
Last chance to sign up!
Final registration session will be tonight, March 1, from 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School.

Thursday, March 1
PHS Baseball Camp March 24

The Pendleton High School baseball team is conducting a baseball clinic for players ages 5 to 14 on Saturday, March 24, 2012 at Bob White Field. Sessions for ages 5-9 will take place from 9:00 a.m.-Noon while ages 10-14 can participate from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Bucks players and coaches will teach offensive and defensive fundamentals, including take-home drills campers can use to continue their development after the camp. Fee is $30 per camper. Click here for registration form and more details. For more information, contact Pendleton High School at 541-966-3854.



Monday, February 27
Boys' tryouts this Saturday

All boys 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 3, 2012. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out but all boys wishing to play at the AAA level must try out regardless of what level they were at last year. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the draft.
All 7-year-old boys must play at the A level. The A level will be boys' ages 7-9. The AA level will be boys' ages 8-10. All A & AA teams will be randomly selected by the league director and player agent. The A & AA managers will practice together for at least two practices before they seperate the players into A & AA levels. There will be no special arrangements for team placement. The manager of the team your child is placed on will notify you.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
12 year olds 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
11 year olds 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.m.
10 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 p.m.- 12:30 p.m.
9 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.
8 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Dan Primus, Player Agent - Baseball, 541-969-3665
Tom Phelan, Vice President- Baseball, 541-377-5148



Monday, February 27
Girls' tryouts this Saturday

All girls 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 3, 2012. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Majors draft. All 7-year-old girls must play at the AA and will be randomly assigned to a team. There will be no special arrangements for team placements.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
11 & 12 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.
10 year olds 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.
9 year olds 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
8 year olds 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

All girls 13-16 years old who are interested in playing in Juniors or Seniors MUST try out on Saturday, March 3, 2012. All players already on a Juniors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Juniors/Seniors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
13-16 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact:
Rob Parker, Vice-President of Girls Softball, 541-379-0955



Sunday, February 26
Baseball Bat Resource Page
As you take to the field this season, Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information, which is available through the Little League website.

Click here to find the latest bat information, including the 2012 Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers.

If there is a bat-related issue that requires an explanation the answer is just a click away.


Thursday, January 12
2012 registration dates announced

2012 season registration dates at Sunridge Middle School:
Thursday, February 2, 2012 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 4, 2012 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Thursday, February 9, 2012 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Monday, February 20, 2012 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 - 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 25, 2012 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Babe Ruth registration will also be available at these sessions.
These will be the only sign-up dates. A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 25, 2012. A copy of the child's birth certificate must be presented at registration. Click on the "Forms" section on the left of this website for required forms.



Sunday, October 30
Annual meeting November 13
The Pendleton Little League annual meeting will be Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011, 6:00 p.m. at the Science & Technology building at Blue Mountain Community College. Highlights of the past year will be discussed and board officers for the 2012 season will be elected.   

Monday, June 20


Tuesday, June 21
District softball schedules posted

District 3 Girls' 9-10 schedule
District 3 Girls' 11-12 schedule



Monday, June 20
Girls' 11-12 All Star team announced
2011 g11-12 all stars
Left to right: Lauren Richards, Madison Parker, Haley Bradley, Sydney Galloway, Payton Hergert, Alexis Morrison, Elena VanPelt, Lauren Roberts, Reece Litzinger, Jaiden Lemberger, Bailey Hillmick.
Not shown:
Manager - Rob Hillmick
Coaches - Stuart Roberts 
               Tammy Hillmick


Monday, June 20
Girls' 9-10 All Star team announced
2011 9-10g all stars

 

Front, L-R: Brooklynn Lunny, Madison Poulson-Hughes, Kila Solomon
2nd row: Aspen Garton, Lauryn Spicknall, Katie Bradt, Kirah McGlothan
3rd row: Abby Williams, Jessie Patterson, Elli Nirschl, Alexi Brehaut
Back: Manager Steve Brehaut, Coach John Hughes
Not pictured: Coach Bob Patterson

 



Friday, June 17
Boys' 11-12 All Star team announced
2011 11-12 all stars

Front: Daniel Naughton, Nick Bower, Shaw Jerome, Bryson Pierce, Gage Correa

Middle: Caleb Cary, Hunter Brewer, John Malcom, Caden Smith, Mekhi Foreman, Jesse Coles

Back: Coach Devin Correa, Manager Jim Malcom, Coach Rob Naughton



Friday, June 17
Congratulations 2011 Girls' Majors Champions Astros!
2011 Girls M4

Wednesday, June 15
Congratulations 2011 Girls' AAA Champions Pilot Rock Phillies!
2011 Girls AAA5

Wednesday, June 15
Discount card money due
All proceeds from discount card sales and any unsold cards must be turned into Cari Broker at Dean's Pendleton Athletic as soon as possible.

Tuesday, June 14
Boys' 10-11 All Star team announced
2011 10-11 all stars
Front Row from left to right:
Jared Beveridge, Tyler Chichester, Hayden Villers, Parker Smith, Joe O'Rourke, Brenton Stearns
Back Row from left to right:
Manager Dan Chichester, Austin Zaugg, Ian Kirsch, Coach Rod Russell, Ryan Russell, Matthan Bliss, Avery Deutz, Coach Jason Villers


Monday, June 13
Boys' 9-10 all star team announced
2011 9-10 all stars
Front Row:
Quinn Doherty #26, Tanner Sweek #11 , Gabe Umbarger #33, Ty Beers #29, Easton Phelan #1, Austen Fell #16
Second Row:
Shawn Yeager 3 , Kaden Clark #4 , Riley Kelm #7, Ryan Stahl #27, Cooper Roberts #28
Back Row:
Coach Bryan Clark, Coach Fred Fell, Manager Tom Phelan


Sunday, June 12
Volunteers needed for district tournament starting June 24

Here's a list of our needs:

 Official Scorebook Keepers-Adults only

 

Official Pitch Counters- Adults only

Scoreboard Operators- Adults, Teens and Kids

Announcers-Adults, Teens, and Kids

Souvenier Stand- Adults and Teens

 

Meat donations of any amount for All-Star BBQ are needed-Chicken, Pork, Ribs....etc.

 

If you are interested in helping please contact Brenda Russell at brendarussell1212@gmail.com with how and when you'd like to volunteer. We don't have the game schedules yet, but will be in contact with you as soon as they are finalized. We'll accept any time you're willing to donate from 15 minutes for potty breaks to 24 hours so David Lloyd can get some sleep. :-) 



Sunday, June 12
Girls' 9-10 all star tryouts Thursday
Girls' 9-10 all star tryouts will be held Thursday, June 16 at 7:30 p.m. on field 3.

Thursday, June 9
Congratulations 2011 Boys' Majors Champions Cubs!
2011 Boys M5

Thursday, June 9
Congratulations 2011 Boys' AAA Champions Pirates!
2011 Pirates champs

2011 Boys AAA4

Thursday, June 9
Congratulations 2011 Boys' AA Champions Twins!
2011 Boys AA5

Thursday, June 2
Thursday games cancelled
Due to weather and field conditions, all Thursday, June 2 Little League games are cancelled.

Thursday, June 2
Boys' AA Playoffs start Saturday
2013 BAAA1

Thursday, May 19
Boys' All Star tryouts May 27
All-Star try-outs for the 9, 10 and 11 yr olds will be Friday May 27 at 6:00 PM. 9-10's will tryout on Field 1 and 11yr olds will try out on Field 2. The 12-year-old team is picked by coaches. Please contact Dan Primus or Tom Phelan if you cannot make it to the try-out but would like to be considered for either team.

Wednesday, May 11
All star dates announced
District Baseball in Pendleton starting June 25 (coaches meeting June 24)

District Softball in Milton Freewater starting July2  (coaches meeting July 1)

9/10 State Baseball Gresham starting July 9th

10/11 Baseball @ Lakeside (Portland) starting July9th

Major Baseball in Bend starting July 22nd

9/10 & 10/11 Softball @ Sheldon High School (Eugene) starting July 22nd

Major Softball in Gresham starting TBA

JR/SR/BL Softball @ Cascade starting July 16th


Saturday, April 16
Photos continue today

Little League team and individual photos continue today, Saturday, April 16, at Washington School gym, 1205 SE Byers Ave. Photos will proceed as scheduled even if games are rained out. Click here for the complete schedule. Order forms will be distributed to teams this week or you can download the form here. For more information, contact John Bradt at 541-612-0818.

 



Friday, April 15
Friday night games cancelled
All Friday, 4/15 games are cancelled.

Thursday, April 7
Team schedule for concession stand now online
Click here for the Concession Stand schedule for Little League teams.

Monday, April 4
Rules clinic Sunday
Sunday, April 10, 2011, 1:00 pm, the District 3 staff will present a rules and situations clinic, at St. Anthony Hospital in Pendleton.  This clinic is open, recommended and valuable for all managers, coaches, umpires, league staff and even parents, to learn or even brush up on new and old Little League baseball and softball rules. Staff will answer questions and discuss game situations that you may have experienced in your games. Focus will be on the regular season, not tournament play. Spread the word, bring your league volunteers and your questions.   

Monday, April 4
Team photo schedule now online

Little League team and individual photos will be held Saturday, April 9 and Saturday, April 16, at Washington School gym, 1205 SE Byers Ave. Click here for the complete schedule. Order forms will be distributed to teams this week or you can download the form here. For more information, contact John Bradt at 541-612-0818.

 



Thursday, March 31
Opening weekend is almost here!

 

Aquafina Major League Baseball
Pitch, Hit & Run Contest

Friday, April 8, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Little League park

Free Baseball and softball skills challenge; open to boys and girls ages 7-14 years old. Registration at 4:00 pm, contest begins at 4:30 pm.

Barbecue

Friday, April 8, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Little League park

$4 per person.

Team Introductions

Friday, April 8, 7:15-7:45 p.m.
Little League Field 1

Little League Parade

Saturday, April 9, 10:00 a.m.
Main Street

Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. Teams need to start to line up in the parking lot at North Main at 9:45 a.m. We will proceed down main street and end up in the chamber parking lot.

Team Photos

Saturday, April 9
Washington School

Click here for photo schedule
Click here for photo order form

Opening Day Games

Saturday, April 9
Little League park

See game schedules below

 



Monday, March 28
Schedules online this week

The 2011 schedules are now online as PDF files. The games will be added to the online calendar over the next few days. Please note that the online calendar is the official calendar and will be kept up to date. These files will NOT be updated.

Majors Boys
AAA Boys
AA Boys
A Boys
Juniors/Seniors Girls
Majors Girls
AAA Girls
AA Girls

 



Monday, March 28
Team parent meeting Tuesday
All teams are required to send a team representative to the team parent meeting at Stetson's Steakhouse upstairs banquet room, Tuesday, March 29, 2011, 6:30 pm. The Little League discount cards will be distributed at that time and the rules for this year's contest explained. The discount card program is an important fundraiser for Little League that helps keep our costs as low as possible for parents. Please make sure your team actively participates in this program. 


Thursday, March 10
Coaches' meeting March 16
There will be a mandatory meeting for all Little League coaches on Wednesday, March 16, at 6:00 p.m. in the BMCC Science and Technology building. 

Thursday, March 3
Spring break camp cancelled
The Krush Hitting baseball camp scheduled for spring break has been cancelled.

Friday, February 25
PHS baseball camp April 8

The Pendleton High School baseball team is conducting a baseball clinic for players ages 5 to 14 on Friday, April 8, 2011 at Bob White Field. Sessions for ages 5-9 will take place from 9:00 a.m.-Noon while ages 10-14 can participate from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Bucks players and coaches will teach offensive and defensive fundamentals, including take-home drills campers can use to continue their development after the camp. Fee is $30 per camper. Click here for registration form and more details. For more information, contact Pendleton High School at 541-966-3854.



Wednesday, February 23
Last day to sign up is Saturday
The final registration session will be Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, at Sunridge Middle School from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Cost is $55 per child or $130 per family. Click on "Forms" in the menu on the left for required forms. A copy of the child's birth certificate must be presented at registration. 

Tuesday, February 15
Spring break baseball camp announced
SBcamp2011

Monday, February 14
Boys' tryouts set for March 5

All boys 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 6, 2010. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the draft.
All 7-year-old boys must play at the A level. The A level will be boys' ages 7-9. The AA level will be boys' ages 8-10. All A & AA teams will be randomly selected by the league director and player agent. The A & AA managers will practice together for at least two practices before they seperate the players into A & AA levels. There will be no special arrangements for team placement. The manager of the team your child is placed on will notify yu.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
12 year olds 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
11 year olds 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.m.
10 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 p.m.- 12:30 p.m.
9 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.
8 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Dan Primus, Player Agent - Baseball, 541-969-3665
Tom Phelan, Vice President- Baseball, 541-377-5148



Monday, February 14
Girls' tryouts set for March 5

All girls 8-12 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 5, 2011. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Majors draft. All 7-year-old girls must play at the AA and will be randomly assigned to a team. There will be no special arrangements for team placements.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
11 & 12 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.
10 year olds 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.
9 year olds 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
8 year olds 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

All girls 13-16 years old who are interested in playing in Juniors or Seniors MUST try out on Saturday, March 6, 2010. All players already on a Juniors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Juniors/Seniors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
13-16 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact:
David Lloyd, President, 541-276-3700
Rob Hillmick, Head of Girls Softball, 541-276-0351



Monday, January 24
Registration starts Feb. 1

2011 season registration dates:
Tuesday, February 1, 2011 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Thursday, February 3, 2011 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 5, 2011 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Monday, February 14, 2011 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 19, 2011 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Babe Ruth registration will also be available at these sessions.
These will be the only sign-up dates. A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 19, 2011. A copy of the child's birth certificate must be presented at registration. Click on the "Forms" section on the left of this website for required forms.



Monday, January 24
Little League bans many composite baseball bats
The first test result has been received at Little League International regarding composite-barreled bats for use in the Little League (Majors) Division and below. Little League has created a list for those bats that receive waivers of the moratorium that was enacted on Dec. 30, 2010.

Little League International’s moratorium on the use of composite bats extends to all of its baseball divisions, including the Little League (Majors) division.

Information on the composite baseball bats that have received waivers of the moratorium for the Little League (Majors) Baseball Division and below can be found here:
http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/approvedcompbatssmall.htm The list will be updated as more information comes into Little League.

Information on the composite baseball bats that have received waivers of the moratorium for the Junior, Senior, and Big League Baseball Divisions of Little League can be found here:
http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/approvedcompbats.htm

By definition, a moratorium is: An authorized delay or stopping of some specified activity. As applied by Little League International, the moratorium disallows the use of all baseball bats constructed with composite material in its barrel unless a specific model shows in laboratory testing that it will not exceed the standard that is printed on the bat, after the bat is broken in.

There is a process through which manufacturers can submit individual models for a possible waiver if they wish to seek it. Individual bat models are tested at an independent laboratory, and the results are conveyed to the manufacturer. If the manufacturer provides the results to Little League, and the bat passes the test, it will be noted on one of the two lists noted above.

Wooden and aluminum metal/alloy bats are not subject to the moratorium. Bats that have only a metal or alloy barrel (and no other material, unless it is in the end cap of the bat), and if it meets the other standards (length, diameter, etc. for the respective division in which it is used) are not subject to the moratorium, regardless of the composition of the handle or the transition to the barrel.

A listing of licensed, non-wood/non-composite baseball bats for use in the Little League (Majors) Division and below can be found here: http://www.littleleague.org/Assets/forms_pubs/2011ApprovedNonWoodBatList.pdf This list also may be updated frequently.

Because of the moratorium, several common questions have arisen. We have addressed the most common questions in a Frequently-Asked Questions page here: http://www.littleleague.org/media/newsarchive/2010/Sep-Dec/LLBBCompositeBatMoratoriumFAQ.htm

If you have further questions, we encourage you to sign on to Little League’s Facebook page. At that page, over the past few days, Little League International staff has answered hundreds of questions regarding the moratorium. The Little League Facebook page is here: http://www.facebook.com/LittleLeagueBaseballAndSoftball

Little League International first placed the moratorium on composite bats in the Junior, Senior, and Big League Baseball Divisions of Little League. Subsequent to that moratorium, scientific research that began on October 18, 2010, showed the need for the same moratorium on composite-barreled bats with 2 1/4 inch barrels as well. Starting in September, and throughout the following weeks, this information was conveyed multiple times to every local Little League, every district, to the media, on Facebook, on the Little League web site, and to more than 250,000 parents who had signed up to receive updates from Little League International.

The original announcement regarding the moratorium, enacted on September 1, 2010, is here: http://www.littleleague.org/media/newsarchive/2010/Sep-Dec/CompositeBatMoratium.htm

The moratorium on composite bats, which now applies to all baseball divisions of Little League, does not apply to any softball divisions of Little League.


Friday, January 7
Youth Pitching Clinic Feb. 7-9
krush pitch
Click here for online registration.

Thursday, October 28
Annual meeting will be Nov. 14
The Pendleton Little League annual meeting will be Sunday, Nov. 14, 2010, 6:00 p.m. at the Science & Technology building at Blue Mountain Community College. Highlights of the past year will be discussed and board officers for the 2011 season will be elected.   

Monday, August 9
Girls finish just short of World Series berth

The Pendleton 11-12 yr. old girls played in the championship game of the Western Region Little League game in Vancouver, WA today, and lost to Southern California 11 to 3.  Southern California scored 11 runs on 9 hits, and committed 0 errors.  Pendleton scored 3 runs on 5 hits and committed 4 errors. 

Although Pendleton threated in the top of the first when lead-off hitter Darian Lindsey hit an infield single, S. Cal was able to get a ground-out and strike-out for the first two outs of the inning.  The third out came on an attempted steal of 2nd base.  S. Cal struck for 4 runs in the bottom of the first inning on five hits off Pendleton starting pitcher Ellie Richards.

Pendleton threatened again in the 2nd inning when Tiah Grass lead-off the inning with a double to center field.  A subsequent walk and single by Kelsee Cody loaded the bases.  S. Cal got out of the jam with a strike-out, and two ground-outs.  S. Cal added to its lead with 6 runs in the bottom of the second.  An error, dropped third strike, and a fielders choice loaded the bases with zero outs.  Pendleton didn't record the first out of the inning until two runs had scored from a walk and an error.  The next batter, Michelle Santiago, then cleared the bases with a double to left field.  S. Cal struck again after a one-out pitching change, as the next two batters singled to right and left center.  

Pendleton finally scored in the top of the 3rd inning.  After a lead-off walk to Lindsey, Richards singled to center.  Lindsey eventually scored Pendleton's first run on a wild pitch.  Tiah Grass then hit a deep fly ball to center field allowing Richards to tag up and score from 3rd base.  After striking out the first batter in the bottom of the 3rd inning, Cody issued 2 walks.  Pendleton got out of the jam after catcher Mykal Weissenfluh threw the lead runner out while attempting to steal 3rd base.  Cody then struck out S. Cal's clean-up hitter to end the threat. 

Pendleton added its third and final run in the top of the fourth on a Payton Hergert single and three consecutive walks by S. Cal. pitcher Davina Del Castillo.  S. Cal got out of the jam after the next hitter flew out to shallow right field, and the runner on third got caught between home and third on the throw to the plate, resulting in the 2nd out of the inning.  The next batter popped out to short to end the threat.  S. Cal added a run in the bottom of the 4th inning after Santiago lead-off the inning with her 3rd extra base hit of the game.  She eventually scored on a Pendleton miscue, despite getting caught in a run down between 3rd and home. 

Neither team scored in the 5th inning.

Pendleton threatened one last time in the top of the sixth inning.  Santiago issued three consecutive walks with one out, but two ground balls ended the game. 

S. Cal (Burbank, CA) advances to the Little League Softball World Series starting this week in Beaverton, Oregon.  Pendleton ends its season with a state title and a 2nd place Western Region finish.



Sunday, August 8
Girls play for trip to World Series today

The Pendleton Little League girls softball team played its semi-final game Saturday vs. Montanta.  Pendleton won 8 to 4.  Pendleton scored 8 runs on 9 hits, and committed 1 error.  Montana scored 4 runs on 5 hits and committed 2 errors. 

Pendleton starting pitcher Kelsee Cody held Montana scoreless in the first inning, despite a two-out single.  Pendleton opened up the bottom of the 1st inning with 6 runs.  Lead-off hitter Darian Lindsey walked to start the rally, advanced to second base on a single by Mykal Weissenfluh, and scored on a single to right center by Ellie Richards.  Tiah Grass then doubled to deep right center driving in Weissenfluh.  Alli Livesay then singled to right center to drive in Richards and Grass, making the score 4 to 0.  After a Montana error and a sac bunt, Pendleton had runners at 2nd and 3rd with one out.  Korie Campbell then lined a single to center driving in the last two runs of the inning.  

Neither team scored in the 2nd or 3rd inning. 

Montana scored 2 runs in the 4th inning.    Anna Paine got on base from an error, stole second, and advanced to third on a wild pitch. After the next hitter walked, Montana had runners at 1st and 3rd with nobody out.  When the runner on first attempted to steal second, Pendleton threw down to second for the first out of inning, but Paine scored Montana's first run of the game.  After two consecutive walks, Montana hitter Kylee Koch hit a single to drive in Montana's second run.

Pendleton answered with 2 of its own in the bottom of the 4th.  Lindsey and Weissenfluh opened the inning with walks, but Lindsey was was thrown out at 3rd trying to advance on a ball in the dirt.  Ellie Richards hit a one-out single and both girls advanced on a wild pitch.  Alli Livesay then hit her second two-run single of the game, bringing the score to 8 to 2.   

Montana scored 2 more runs in the top of the 5th inning on three singles.  Montana threated to score more, but Payton Hergert made a shoe string running catch in right field to save a run. 

Neither team scored in the 6th. 

Pendleton used 4 different pitchers in the game.  Kelsee Cody and Ellie Richards each pitched 2 innings.  Riley Litzsinger and Alli Livesay combined to pitch the other 2.  The pitchers allowed 4 runs, 5 hits, 4 walks, and combined for 3 strikeouts.

Pendleton now advances to the Championship game Sunday at 2:00 vs. Southern California.  S. Cal advanced to the finals by beating N. Cal 11 to 1 in 4 innings.  The winner will advance to the Little League Softball World Series. 



Thursday, August 5
Victory over Alaska propels girls into regional semi-finals
Pendleton finished pool play today at  the Western Region Little League Softball Tournament in Vancouver, Washington by beating Alaska 14 to 7.  By going 3 and 1 in pool play, Pendleton advances to semi-final action on Saturday August 7th as the #2 team out of Pool 1.  Southern California earned the #1 seed out of Pool 1by winning all four of its pool play games, including a 5 to 1 victory over Pendleton in each teams opening game on August 1st.  

Versus Alaska, Pendleton fell behind by 3 runs in the first inning after two of the first three batters reached base on errors, then Jacynne Augafa and Lauren Syrup hit back to back singles.  Although Pendleton started a rally in the bottom of the first inning with its first two batters reaching base, Darian Lindsey singled and Mykal Weissenfluh walked, the threat ended on a fielders choice and two consecutive strike-outs.  

Alaska put up three more runs in the second inning when the lead-off hitter drew a one out walk.  The next two Alaskan batters, Leilani Blair and Morgan Hill, hit back to back singles plating two runs.  The final run of the rally scored on an error.  Pendleton pitcher Ellie Richards ended the threat by striking out two of the final three batters.  Down 6 to 0, Pendleton responded with 10 runs in the bottom of the second.  Amazingly, each of the first nine batters of the inning reached base and scored for Pendleton.  Kelsee Cody started the on-slaught with a single to left field.  The next eight batters reached base on six hits and two walks, including a two run double from Kiersten Murphy, and two hits apiece by Payton Hergert and Darian Lindsey.  

Any hope by Alaska of answering Pendleton's rally in the top of the third were dashed when Richards struck out the first two batters of the inning, then threw out the third batter at first base after fielding a ground ball.  Pendleton tacked on 3 more runs in the bottom of the inning.  Mykal Weissenfluh drew her third of four walks on the day, Richards reached base on an error, and Tiah Grass tripled to left-center driving in both runs.  Grass scored the final run of the inning on a fielders choice.  

Each team tacked on one run in the fourth inning, brining the score to 14 to 7.  Neither team scored the rest of the way.  

Offensively for Pendleton, Lindsey was 4 for 4 on the day.  Weissenfluh walked 4 times and scored 2 runs.  Richards scored twice and drove in 2.  Grass was 2 for 4 with 3 RBI's.  Payton Hergert was 2 for 4 with 2 runs scored.  

Richards pitched a complete game, giving up 6 hits, walking 2, and striking out 7 batters.

Pendleton will play the winner of the Friday contest between Northern California and Montana on Saturday at 2:00.  Both teams are undefeated in pool play, with 3 wins apiece.  The winner of the N. California vs. Montana game will earn the #1 seed out of Pool 2.  The loser will earn the #2 seed out of Pool 2.  The winners of the semi-final games will play in the championship on Sunday at 2:00, with the winner of that game advancing to the Little League Softball World Series in Portland, Oregon.  The losers of the semi-final games will play for third place Sunday at 11:00.  


Thursday, August 5
Girls playing for more than just title
for remi

 

After cruising through the state playoffs, the Pendleton 11-12 girls have stepped up their game in Western Regionals. Part of their motivation stems from a chance encounter before the tournament.

Remi Robinson is a 2-year-old who is suffering from cancer. Her grandmother, Jan Bothum, came to one of the team's fundraising car washes and talked to the girls about Remi and her battle. As one of the team parents described it, "by the time she left there wasn’t a dry eye in the house." Team member Tiah Grass and her sister Kayla made the sign and as soon as the girls saw it they thought about Remi and all that she has gone through in her short little life. They also thought about her grandmother, obviously filled with worry, love and hope for her granddaughter, yet still taking the time to support the all star team by having her truck washed (which, by the way did not need to be washed).

In the girls' second game on Monday, they had to battle back in the fifth inning from a 5-0 deficit to claim their first tournament victory. Their determination was inspiring in producing what may have been the best inning of any of the games these girls have played together so far. The team played with such spirit not just for themselves, but also for a little girl they've never met whose struggle touched their hearts.

 



Thursday, August 5
Girls trounce Cascade, face must-win game today
The Pendleton Little League girls (11-12 yr olds) softball team played their third of four pool play games Wed. evening vs. the host team, Cascade of Vancouver, WA at the Western Region Little League Softball Tournament in Vancouver, WA.  Pendleton beat Cascade 17 to 1 in 4 innings. Pendleton scored 17 runs on 9 hits and did not commit an error.  The host team, Cascade, scored one run on 3 hits and committed 6 errors.

Starting pitcher Riley Litzsinger held Cascade scoreless in the top half of the first inning.  Pendleton responded with 12 runs in the bottom of the inning on three Cascade errors, six walks, and singles from Alli Livesay, Riley Litzsinger, Darian Lindsey, Kelsee Cody, and Kiersten Murphy.  Pendleton added five more runs in the second inning to finish out the scoring.   Kelsee Cody was the only Pendleton hitter to record two hits.  All but one spot in the batting order for Pendleton produced a hit.       

Cascades only run came in the third inning after a lead-off single by Dabrielle Lowman, two subsequent walks, and a wild pitch.  Cascade is now 0 and 3 in pool play, after previous losses to Alaska and Southern California.             

Riley Litzsinger pitched three innings, allowing only two hits, walking four, and striking out three.  Alli Livesay pitched the fourth inning, striking out three Cascade batters, allowing only one hit,  and walking one.  

Pendleton is now 2-1, and will finish out pool play in a 1:00 Thursday game vs. the defending Western Region Champion Alaska.  Like Pendleton, the Alaskan team (Nunaka Valley from Anchorage) is 2-1 in pool play.  The winner of the Thursday contest will advance to the semi-finals as the number two team from Pool One in a 2:00 game Saturday.  The loser of the Pendleton vs. Alaska game will be eliminated from the tournament. 


Thursday, July 29
Boys stumble in semi-finals

The Pendleton 11-12 all stars were three outs away from a ticket to the state championship game when a dramatic Hood River rally turned a 3-run deficit into a 4-3 advantage. Quinn Cockburn led off the bottom of the first for Pendleton with a home run and for 4 and a 1/2 innings, it looked like that might be only numbers on the board. Pendleton's Quinn Cockburn and Hood River's Ryan Ward stifled their opponents with a mixture of pitches that kept the batters consistently off balance. For the game, Ward scattered five hits while striking out 6. Cockburn yielded 7 hits, but only 3 before the last inning, and struck out 8. Pendleton strung together hits by Jon Gonzalez and Kyler Lunny along with an intentional walk to Quinn Cockburn in the bottom of the fifth to set the table for Jack Peterson's 2-RBI double. Hood River went to work quickly in the top of the sixth, however, following a leadoff double with an infield single and then a home run by Frank Jackson to even the score at 3. After another single, two Pendleton miscues on a Hood River bunt allowed the eventual winning run to score. Jake Engelson came in to pitch for Pendleton, retiring the next three batters and then Pendleton went down 1-2-3 in the bottom of the inning to end the game.

 

Hood River will play the winner of tonight's Murrayhill/Cascade game for the state championship and a trip to the Little League World Series Western Regionals.



Monday, July 26
11-12 boys break out early
The 11-12 Pendleton boys opened state tournament play Saturday in Salem by jumping out to 12-0 lead in the first inning against St. Helens, en route to a 13-1, 4-inning victory. Quinn Cockburn pitched 3 & 1/3 innings, striking out 9, allowing 1 walk and no hits. James Bradt completed the final 2/3. The hitting barrage by Pendleton included homers by Quinn Cockburn, Jack Peterson and Devon Roe. Pendleton's next pool play game is Monday, 5:30 p.m. against Medford, who lost their opening game to Murrayhill.

Wednesday, July 21
Pendleton 11-12 girls are state champs!

Pendleton defeated Hood River 20-3 Tuesday night to claim the 2010 Oregon Little League softball state title and move on to the regional playoffs starting July 31 in Vancouver, WA.

Pendleton scored 20 runs on 19 hits and committed 3 errors.  Hood River scored 3 runs on 3 hits and committed 2 errors.  
 
Hood River took the lead in the top of the first with a one out double to right field by Jessica DeHart.  Although the next batter grounded out to the pitcher, DeHart advanced to third on the out, and scored on the return throw to third that bounced in the dirt and got by the fielders.  
 
Pendleton responded in the bottom of the first inning with four consecutive base hits by Darian Lindsey, Mykal Weissenfluh, Ellie Richards and Tiah Grass.  Lindsey and Weissenfluh opened with bunt singles, Richards lined a shot into right field for an RBI, and Grass hit a bomb down the left field line that bounced off the fence driving in 2 more runs.  A walk and consecutive RBI singles by Payton Hergert, Kiersten Murphy and Alexis Morrison brought the score to 6 to 0, and Pendleton was back to the top of the line-up.  Lindsey scored again to Load the bases once more.  Weissenfluh hit a single up the middle to drive in two more.  By the time Hood River made a pitching change with only one out in the first inning, Pendleton had scored eight runs.                         
 
After the change, a walk, followed by RBI singles from Alli Livesay and Kelsee Cody, brought the score to 12 to 1 before Hood River retired the side.  Pendleton added 2 more runs in the 2nd inning, and 6 in the bottom of the 3rd. 
 
Hood River tacked on their final 2 runs in the 3rd inning.  With 2 outs Jessica DeHart hit a grounder down the first base line that hit the bag and bounced into right field.  The next batter hit a grounder that got by the 2nd basemen and rolled into right field.  The runners advanced on a wild pitch and scored on a subsequent throwing error.            
 
For the day, Lindsey finished with 3 hits, 4 runs, and 2 RBI's.  Weissenfluh finished with 3 hits, 3 runs and 3 RBI's.  Grass had 3 hits, 2 of which were doubles, 3 runs scored, and 4 RBI's.  Richards, Livesay, Kiersten Murphy and Alexis Morrison each had 2 hits. 
 
Ellie Richards pitched a complete game for Pendleton, allowing 3 hits, walking 1 and striking out 6.  All 3 outs in the final inning were by strikeout. 

Pendleton advances to the Little League Girls Softball Western Region Tournament in Vancouver, Washington starting Saturday July 31st.  After a bye on the opening day, Pendleton opens play vs. Southern California at 6:00 pm on August 1st.  In addition to Southern California, Utah, the host team from Vancouver, and Alaska are all in the same pool as Pendleton.  The other pool consists of Idaho, Northern California, Arizona, Montana and Washington. 

Congratulations girls and good luck at regionals!



Tuesday, July 20
Girls to play for state championship tonight

The Pendleton 11-12 girls will play for the Little League State Championship Tuesday vs. Hood River at 6:30. Pendleton beat Hood River in its first pool play game of the tournament 10 to 0. Hood River advanced to the championship game with 17 to 4 win over Willamette of Eugene. The winner advances to the Little League Regional Tournament in Vancouver, Washington later this month.

Previous results:

Monday, July 19: Pendleton 12, Cascade 1 (4 innings)

Pendleton scored 12 runs on 10 hits, and committed 1 error. Cascade scored 1 run on 1hit, and committed 1 error in the game.

Kelsee Cody pitched a complete game for Pendleton, allowing only 1run, on 1 hit, while striking out 5 batters and walking 4. Although Cascade managed to get runners on base in all but one inning, Cody recorded at least one strikeout in each inning, and Pendleton's defense continued to make plays behind her. Cascade scored their lone run of the game in the fourth when a batter reached base via a walk, and ended up scoring on an infield single. In addition to giving up only one hit, Cody did not allow one ball to be hit out of the infield in the game.

Like they have done in each of their previous 3 games, Pendleton jumped on top early by scoring 9 runs in the 1st inning. Darian Lindsey had a bunt single to lead-off the bottom half of the 1st. Mykal Weissenfluh followed with a walk, and Ellie Richards doubled to right center to drive in Lindsey. Tiah Grass then drew a walk to load the bases. After a wild pitch allowed the 2nd run to score, Alli Livesay drew the 3rd walk of the inning to re-load the bases. Another wild pitch brought in Richards to make the score 3 to 0. After Cascade recorded their first out of the inning, Payton Hergert drove a ball to the outfield that glanced off the glove of the centerfielder, bringing in 2 more runs. Pendleton added on more runs after RBI singles by Korie Campbell and Darian Lindsey. Weissenfluh drew her 2nd walk of the inning, Richards followed with her 2nd double of the inning, and Tiah Grass closed out the inning with a single.

Pendleton scored its final 3 runs in the 2nd inning on a walk, 3 singles by Hergert, Korie Campbell, and Kiersten Murphy, a fielders choice, and a sacrifice fly.

Offensively for Pendleton, Lindsey was 2 for 2 on the day while scoring 2 runs. Weissenfluh walked twice and scored 2 runs. Richards had 2 doubles and drove in 3 runs. Korie Campbell was 2 for 2 with 3 RBI's. Kelsee Cody had the only other extra base hit of the game, a double to center field.

Sunday, July 18: Pendleton 11, Cascade 1

Saturday, June 17: Pendleton 13, Parkrose 1 (4 innings)

Pendleton scored 13 runs on 13 hits and committed no errors. Parkrose scored 1 run on 1 hit and committed 3 errors. Kelsee Cody pitched a complete game for Pendleton, allowing one hit that came in the top of the 4th inning. Cody struck out 9 Parkrose girls.

Pendleton started its scoring in the first inning on back to back singles by Darian Lindsey and Payton Hergert. A sacrifice fly by Tiah Grass to center field drove in the first run of the game. The second run scored on a throwing error at the plate. Pendleton continued the first inning rally on an Alli Livesay double and an RBI single by Kelsee Cody. Pendleton added eight more runs in the second inning on six hits and two errors. The final two runs came in the 3rd inning.

Payton Hergert finished the game with three hits. Alexis Morrison was 2 for 3 with 2 doubles and 3 RBI's. Kiersten Murphy was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored. The only other extra base hit of the game was a double by Alli Livesay in the first inning.

Friday, July 16: Pendleton 10, Hood River 0 (4 innings)

Pendleton scored 10 runs on 9 hits and did not commit an error. Hood River scored 0 runs on 1 hit, and did not commit an error. After holding Hood River in the top of the first (three up three down), Pendleton scored two runs in the bottom of the first. Lead-off hitter Darian Lindsey hit a ground ball to the 2nd baseman, but Lindsey beat the throw to first for a single. After Mykal Weissenfluh drew a walk, both runners advanced on a fielders choice. The clean-up hitter, Tiah Grass, then hit a deep ball to dead center that was caught by the center fielder, but which was deep enough to allow both runners to tag up and score. Pendleton scored one more run in the 2nd inning. Kelsee Cody singled to lead-off the inning, and advanced to second on a passed ball. Payton Hergert then singled to score Cody. Pendleton scored another run in the 3rd after a couple walks and a passed ball. Pendleton put the game away in the bottom of the 4th with two walks, six hits, and a hit batter.

Darian Lindsey finished the day with two hits and two runs scored. Mykal Weissenfluh singled and scored three times. Ellie Richards had the only extra base hit of the game, a double. Tiah Grass finished with 2 RBI's. Kelsee Cody single and scored twice.

Ellie Richards pitched a complete game, facing one batter over the minimum, giving up one hit, striking out six, and not allowing a walk. The only Hood River girl to reach base lined a single up the middle that glanced off the mitt of Richards to lead-off the 2nd inning. Richards struck out the next two batters and was able to get the final batter to ground out to third.

 



Tuesday, July 20
10-11 girls finish 3rd at state
The 10-11 girls all star team lost on July 12  to the Sprague (District 7) all star team. The score was 13-12. The girls fought hard to come back and go ahead. Unfortunately, some tough calls and fatigue came into play.  The loss put the girls into the losers bracket to face Hermiston. On Tuesday Bailey Hillmick went to the mound to face Hermiston and pitched a great game. The girls ended up losing the tough game to the district 5 champs, 11-10. It went right up until the last out. Both teams fought very hard and wanted to win this game to go on to the championship on Wed. It just wasn't Pendleton's turn. Katlyn Spencer hit a home run in the game and we saw some great play from Haley Bradley and Tatum Fell. Sprague defeated Hermiston 11-7 to claim the state title.

Tuesday, July 20
9-10, 10-11 boys complete state tournament
The 9-10 and 10-11 boys' completed play at the state tournament, never finding the rhythm that led them to the district championship.  The 9-10 boys fell to Scappoose 11-1 on July 12. The 10-11 boys lost to West Salem 11-1 on July 12 and came up short against Wilshire Riverside, 6-2, on July 13.

Sunday, July 11
10-11 girls open with victory
Winning district by default is a mixed blessing. On the plus side, you advance to the state tournament but on the negative side, you don't have the benefit of fine-tuning your team through the competitive district games. The 10-11 girls proved there wasn't need for concern, however, opening state play Saturday with a 19-9 victory over Mt. Tabor/Montavilla. The team had a slow start but really got the bats going in the  bottom of the 4th. Bailey Hillmick was on the mound for the game and struck out 10. Deshon Dick went 3-3 with a triple, double and a walk. Frances James also contributed a triple. The girls take on Sprague/South Salem Monday at noon in Hood River.

Sunday, July 11
Boys off to rough start at state
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9-10's Daniel Naughton works from the mound.

The 10-11 boys' team opened with losses to Reynolds Saturday (13-3) and Bend North Sunday (3-0).  Their next game is Monday evening against West Salem who is currently 2-0 in the tournament.

The 9-10 boys jumped to an early lead, scoring 5 runs in the first inning, but eventually succumbed to Ashland in 8 innings, 8-7. Bryson Pierce pitched first throwing 35 pitches in 2 innings.  Daniel Naughton took the mound with a score of 6-2 and held them through 2.5 innings.  Nick Bower pitched next throwing all 75 pitches and giving up 4 runs.  Kaden Clark finished out the 8th inning when Bower ran out of pitches.  Pendleton added one more run in the 7th and Ashland tied it up in the bottom of the 7th.  Pendleton did not get any runs in the top of the 8th and Ashland was able to add a run with 2 outs on a short bobbled hit to Kaden Clark to win the game. 

The Pendleton 9-10 boys will play Monday evening, taking on the winner of today's Scappoose/Grants Pass American game. 



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9-10 pre-game introductions.

Saturday, July 10
11-12 girls dominate districts, move on to state
2010 11-12 girls as
Pendleton played La Grande in Baker City Wednesday, July 7, 2010 in the Girls Softball 11-12 District 3 championship game.  Pendleton won 11 to 1 in four innings.  Pendleton scored 11 runs on 11 hits, and committed 2 errors.  La Grande scored 1 run on 2 hits, and committed 3 errors.  As the visiting team, Pendleton scored five runs in the top half of the first inning.  Darian Lindsey started the game with a single to the outfield.  The next batter, Mykal Weissenfluh, was hit by a pitch.  Ellie Richards singled to right field scoring Lindsey.  Weissenfluh and Richards then scored on a fielders choice and throwing error.  The final two runs of the inning came by a combination of a throwing error, walk, wild pitch and fielders choice. 
 
After holding La Grande in the bottom of the first, Pendleton scored two more runs in the second inning, three more in the third, and the final run in the fourth.  
 
The leadoff hitter Darian Lindsey was 2 for 4 on the day, and scored three runs.  Mykal Weissenfluh singled, reached base three times, and scored two runs.  Ellie Richards was 3 for 3 at the plate with 2 RBI's.  Riley Litzsinger was 2 for 2 with a single and a double.  Kelsee Cody had the only other extra base hit in the game with a triple to dead center to start off the top of the fourth.  She advanced home on Litzsinger's double.          
 
Ellie Richards pitched a complete game striking out four.  La Grande's first base runner came in the second inning on a single up the middle.  After advancing to second on a fielders choice, she was thrown out at third by Mykal Weissenfluh trying to advance on a ball in the dirt.  La Grande scored its only run in the second inning after a one out single.  The runner advanced to second on a fielders choice, but got caught in a run down between second and third.  The runner scored when a Pendleton throw rolled to the fence on the play at third.               
 
With the win, Pendleton advances to the Girls Majors State Tournament in Scappoose, OR starting Saturday July 17th.  Pendleton won the 10 and under state title two years ago when the state tournament was held in Scappoose.  Eight of the Pendleton girls return from that team.
 
Pictured above: Bottom row (L-R) Darian Lindsey, Korie Campbell, Tiah Grass, Ellie Richards, Payton Hergert.  Top row/standing (L-R) Kiersten Murphy, Riley Litzsinger, Alexis Morrison, Kelsee Cody, Mykal Weissenfluh, Alli Livesay.  Not pictured: coaches Steve Richards and Chris Murphy.    
 


Wednesday, July 7
Girls to play for district championship Wednesday
The Pendleton 11-12 Little League girls softball team played in the district semi-finals in Baker City today (7/6) vs. Union Co.  Pendleton won the game 10 to 0 in four innings.  Pendleton scored 10 runs on 11 hits, and did not commit an error.  Union County scored 0 runs on 0 hits, and committed one error. 
 
Pendleton scored its first run of the game in the bottom of the second inning when Kiersten Murphy advanced home on a wild pitch.  Pendleton added 4 more runs in the 3rd inning on six hits, four of which were consecutive singles.  The final five runs scored in the bottom of the 4th inning by way of six hits, four of which were consective doubles.  Mykal Weissenfluh, Ellie Richards, Tiah Grass, Alli Livesay and Kiersten Murphy had two hits apiece for Pendleton.                
 
Ellie Richards and Kelsee Cody pitched two innings apiece and held Union County hitless, while striking out nine and walking one.  
 
With the win Pendleton advances to the District 3 Champion Game vs. LaGrande at 4:30 on Wed.  The game will be played at the Baker Sports Complex.  The winner advances to the Girls Majors State Tournament in Scappoose starting in mid July.    


Monday, July 5
11-12 girls finish pool play undefeated
The Pendleton 11-12 yr-old girls (Majors Division) finished pool play in Baker City on Sunday (7/5) with a 17 to 0 win over Wallowa Valley. Pendleton scored 17 runs on 14 hits and did not commit an error.  Wallowa Valley scored 0 runs on 0 hits, and committed 1 error in the game.  The pitching combination of Riley Litzsinger, Alli Livesay and Kiersten Murphy combined for 8 strikeouts in the game which ended after 4 inn. because of the 10 run rule.
Pendleton scored six runs in the first inning, two in the second, and the final nine runs in the bottom of the 3rd.  Every position in the batting order had at least one hit, scored at least one run, and had at least one RBI.  Alexis Morrison was 2 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI's.  Payton Hergert was 3 for 4 with 2 RBI's.
With three wins in pool play, Pendleton earned the #1 seed out of the Red Pool, and will face #2 seed Union Co. from the Blue Pool on Tuesday (7/6) at 4:30.  Milton-Freewater earned the #2 seed out of the Red Pool, and will face #1 seed LaGrande from the Blue Pool  at 5:00 on Tuesday.  The winners of these games advance to the Championship game on Tuesday.


Monday, July 5
Girls shutdown Milton-Freewater
The Pendleton 11-12 yr-old girls played its second of three pool play games in Baker City on Sunday vs. Milton-Freewater, winning 7 to 0.  Kelsee Cody pitched five of the six innings, striking out 10 hitters, giving up zero walks, and allowing only one hit.  Riley Litzsinger pitched the sixth inning, allowing one hit.  
 
Offensively for Pendleton the big hit came in the bottom of the first inning.  With a runner on third and two outs, Tiah Grass hit a home run down the left field line to give Pendleton a two run lead.  Tiah ended up three for three on the day.    Alli Livesay was two for three at the plate, including a two run double to right center.  Other girls with two hits included Darian Lindsey and Ellie Richards.  
 
Pendleton plays again Monday in its final pool play game at 2:00 vs. Wallowa Valley.  The single elimination bracket play begins Tuesday.    


Sunday, July 4
Girls start with a win
Pendleton played its first game at the Girls Majors Softball Tournament in Baker City on 7/3.  In its first of three pool play games, Pendleton won 13-1 in four innings vs. Baker City.  Ellie Richards, Riley Litzsinger and Payton Hergert allowed two hits over four innings, striking out five.  Alli Livesay (a double and a triple), Kelsee Cody (double and single) and Kiersten Murphy had two hits apiece for Pendleton.         
Pendleton plays again Sunday (7/4) vs. Milton-Freewater at 2:00 in its second pool play game.  Milton-Freewater is coming off a 21-0 defeat on Saturday of Wallowa Valley.


Saturday, July 3
11-12 girls' district tournament starts today
Pendleton takes on Baker at 5:00 p.m. today. Click here for the complete schedule.

Saturday, July 3
10-11 boys win district
2010 10-11 champs

In a rematch of Thursday's game, the Pendleton 10-11 boys prevailed over a resilient Baker squad, 7-6. Mekhi Foreman pitched the first five innings and Joe Bogdan pitched the sixth, holding off a Baker rally to ensure the win.

The team's first game in the state tournament will be Friday, July 9 at Alpenrose Dairy. 



Saturday, July 3
11-12 boys move on to state
2010 11-12 champs

After breezing through five tournament games, some began to wonder how the Pendleton 11-12 All Star team would respond if faced with a tight contest for the championship. That question was answered Friday night as Pendleton eked out a 10-9 victory over La Grande when Caden Smith scored from third base on a wild pitch with two outs in the bottom of the sixth and a full count on the batter. La Grande had broken an 8-8 tie in the top of the inning on a solo homer by Kurt Boyd. It was a seesaw battle throughout the game as Pendleton jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the second, only to see La Grande even things up in the next innning. A Jake Engelson home run helped Pendleton regain the advatage at 7-3 but a fifth inning La Grande rally, including a home run by JC Rogers, put La Grande back on top 8-7. Quinn Cockburn and Jack Peterson shared pitching duties for Pendleton while Kurt Boyd and Jake Workinger worked the mound for La Grande.

 

Pendleton will play in the state tournament in the Salem area beginning July 24.



Friday, July 2
Girls' 10-11 All Star team announced
2010 girls 10-11

Front, left to right: Ellie Glover, Lauren Richards, Bailey Hillmick, Tatum Fell, Hailey Bradley
Back: Gracie Callaham, Frances James, Kaitlyn Spencer, Sydney Galloway, Deshon Dick

Not pictured: Manager Tammy Hillmick 

Because no other league in our district is fielding a team, the girls automatically advance to the state tournament in Hood River in July. 



Thursday, July 1
10-11 boys misfire on first chance but get another shot at the crown
The Pendleton 10-11 boys experienced their first "off" night of the tournament, falling to Baker Thursday night 19-5. Because it is a double elimination format, those two teams will meet again Friday at 3:00 p.m. with the winner grabbing district honors and an invite to the state tournament.

Thursday, July 1
11-12 boys to battle La Grande for title

The weather in La Grande cooled off but the Pendleton 11-12 All Stars' bats did not as Pendleton defeated Harney County 17-3 to earn a spot in Friday's 6:00 p.m. District 3 championship game against La Grande. While Pendleton recorded hits throughout the lineup, the top of the order was especially damaging to the opposition as leadoff hitter Quinn Cockburn smashed two homeruns and the number two and three hitters, Kai Quinn and Caden Smith, hit one each. Wes Persinger threw all four innings for Pendleton.



Thursday, July 1
10-11 boys take on Baker for district title tonight
The 10-11 boys put themselves in the driver's seat by opening the four-team, double-elimination tournament with back-to-back wins.  Pendleton came out firing on all cylinders Sunday against Union County, scoring 30 runs while pitchers Johnny Malcom and Jesse Coles yielded zero runs on zero hits. Pendleton's game with La Grande was much tighter as Pendleton held a slim 5-4 advantage heading into the last inning. But the bats started working again and Pendleton exploded for twelve runs, finishing with a 17-4 victory. Mekhi Foreman, Johnny Malcom and Joe Bogdan pitched for Pendleton. Pendleton will square off against Baker tonight at 7:00 p.m. with a win garnering them the title and a loss setting up a rematch Friday night.

Thursday, July 1
9-10 boys claim district championship
2010 D3 9-10 champs
The Pendleton 9-10 boys defeated La Grande 4-3 Wednesday for the Oregon Little League District 3 championship and a berth in the state tournament beginning July 10, 2010 in Gresham. La Grande jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first, scoring on a pitch that got away from the catcher. But starting pitcher Bryson Pierce settled down and escaped without any further damage. Pierce helped get that run back quickly, leading off with a double for Pendleton and later scored on a 3-run blast to dead center field by Nick Bower. The eventual winning run came in the bottom of the fifth inning, courtesy of an Easton Phelan ground ball to shortstop that scored Parker Smith from third base. Daniel Naughton worked out of a bases loaded jam in the top of the sixth to preserve the victory.

Thursday, July 1
Boys' 11-12 complete pool play undefeated

Sunday, June 27: Pendleton 10, Milton-Freewater 0

The Pendleton and Milton-Freewater 11-12 All Stars engaged in a classic pitchers' duel Sunday before Pendleton broke open the game with eight runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to seal the 10-0 victory. Despite fielding a team comprised entirely of players with previous post season experience, Pendleton Manager Scott Roe felt his team came out "a little uptight." He attributed that to the fact that "they know they have to win to move on." He said the combination of Jon Gonzalez's solo homer in the fourth and Milton-Freewater starting pitcher Hunter Yensen's departure in the fifth provided the spark his team needed. "Yensen was hittting his spots. He threw primarily fastballs but mixed in some off speed." Pendleton starting pitcher Quinn Cockburn was also dialed in, allowing only one hit over five innings while recording thirteen of the fifteen outs by strikeout. "Cockburn was dominant and exactly what we expected" Roe explained. "He mixes up his pitches really well and keeps the hitters off balance." Cockburn also helped himself at the plate by going two for three with a walk and three runs scored.

Monday, June 28: Pendleton 22, Pilot Rock 2

The Pendleton 11-12 All Stars continued their torrid hitting Monday, defeating Pilot Rock 22-2 in four innings. "We looked dominating the whole game, both on the mound and at the plate" Pendleton Manager Scott Roe commented. After Sunday's slow start, Roe was relieved to see a different look to his team today. "They played relaxed today and appeared to be having a lot more fun on the field." Wes Persinger, James Bradt, Jack Peterson and Jon Gonzalez each worked an inning on the mound in holding Pilot Rock to just two hits. Pendleton's hitting barrage included home runs by Quinn Cockburn and Jake Engelson (grand slam). Devin Hasher and Riley Lankford shared pitching duties for Pilot Rock. Roe summed up his team's play in this way: "They went and did what they were asked to do. They performed."

Tuesday, June 29: Pendleton 13, Baker 0

After a scoreless first inning, the Pendleton 11-12 All Star team led off the second frame with back to back homers by Devon Roe and Wes Persinger to ignite an offense that would go on to score thirteen runs on fourteen hits over the next three innings. Zack Myers added two home runs and Marc Rasmussen one. In the field, Caden Smith, Jake Engelson and Wes Persinger combined for the no-hit shutout. Pendleton manager Scott Roe wasn't happy that "we walked a few too many guys today but outside of that, everything was positive. I think everybody is seeing the ball very well."

Wednesday, June 30: Pendleton 16, Wallowa Valley 1

The Pendleton 11-12 All Star team completed pool play Wednesday with a record of four wins and no losses after defeating Wallowa Valley 16-1. Throughout the tournament, Pendleton has paired a potent offense with stingy pitching to end all their games in less than six innings. Wednesday was no exception as the team amassed 16 hits, led by Quinn Cockburn, 4 for 4 with a grand slam, and Kai Quinn, 4 for 4 with four runs scored. Pitchers Marc Rasmussen, Jack Peterson and Kyler Lunny combined to hold Wallowa Valley to just two hits. Pendleton will play Harney County at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the semi-finals with the winner of that game advancing to Friday's district championship game.



Thursday, June 17
Boys' district tournament schedule posted

2010 boys district

Saturday, June 26
Boys' 10-11 all star team announced
boys 10-11 AS 2010
Front row: Shaw Jerome, Gage Correa, Nick Lani, Lincoln Johnson, Lucas Helling.
Middle row: Mekhi Foreman, Caleb Cary, Reilly Hegarty, John Malcom, Joe Bogdan, Jesse Coles
Back row: Coaches Larry Anderson and Sean Bogdan 


Thursday, June 17
Boys' 11-12 all star team announced
2010 11-12 boys stars
Front, left to right: Quinn Cockburn, Kai Quinn, James Bradt, Caden Smith, Marc Rasmussen, Jon Gonzalez, Kyler Lunny. 
Middle: Jake Engelson, Jack Peterson, Devon Roe, Wes Persinger, Zack Myers
Back: Coach Jeff Persinger and Manager Scott Roe



Thursday, June 17
Boys' 9-10 all star team announced
2010 boys 9-10 stars
Top, left to right: Daniel Naughton, Nick Bower, Coach Rob Naughton, Bryson Pierce, Ryan Russell, Manager Tom Phelan, Austin Zaugg, Matthan Bliss 
Bottom: Shawn Yeager, Easton Phelan, Parker "Hollywood" Smith, Tyler Chichester, Kaden Clark


Saturday, June 26
Congratulations Astros!
Astros 2010

2011 Girls M2

Saturday, June 26
Congratulations Rockies!
Rockies 2010

2012GAAA4

Thursday, June 17
Congratulations Cubs!
Cubs champs 2010

2011 Boys M5

Thursday, June 17
Congratulations Mariners!
Mariners champs 2010

2011 Boys AAA4

Thursday, June 17
Congratulations Twins!
Twins champs 2010

2013 BAA2

Tuesday, June 8
All star tournaments announced
Team Coach District State
Boys' 9-10 Tom Phelan June 26-July 2 in La Grande starts July 10 in Gresham
Boys' 10-11 Larry Anderson June 26-July 2 in La Grande starts July 10 at Alpenrose
Boys' 11-12 Scott Roe June 26-July 2 in La Grande starts July 24 in Salem
Girls' 9-10   starts July 1 in Baker starts July 1 in Hood River
Girls' 10-11   starts July 1 in Baker starts July 1 in Hood River
Girls' 11-12   starts July 3 in Baker starts July 17 in Scapoose


Tuesday, June 8
Uniform return schedule posted
Saturday 6-19-2010
   
10:00 AM A Mariners
10:15 AM A Rays
10:30 AM A Angels
11:00 AM A Twins
11:15 AM A Marlins
11:30 AM AA Rays
12:00 PM AA Twins
1:00 PM AA Mets
1:15 PM AA Marlins
1:30 PM AA Angels
1:45 PM AAA Redsox
2:00 PM AAA Dbacks
2:15 PM AAA Pirates
2:30 PM AAA Phillies
2:45 PM AAA Blue Jays
3:00 PM AAA Giants
3:15 PM Major Dodgers
3:30 PM Major A's
3:45 PM Major O's
4:00 PM Major Cards
4:15 PM Major Cubs
   
Sunday 6-20-2010  
   
10:15 AM AA Tigers
10:30 AM AA Cubs
10:45 AM AA Yankees
11:00 AM AA Rockies
11:15 AM AA Expo's
11:30 AM AA White Sox
11:45 AM AAA Cubs
12:00 PM AAA Yankees
1:00 PM AAA Rockies
1:15 PM AAA Whitesox
1:30 PM AAA Tigers
1:45 PM Major Astro's
2:00 PM Major Brewers
2:15 PM Major Red Sox
2:30 PM Major Angels
2:45 PM Major Phillies
3:00 PM Ducks
3:15 PM Bruins
   
Please bring your gear bag, Jerseys, and pants to turn at your scheduled drop off time.


Please have your Uniforms ready to be checked off at your uniform drop time.
   
If you have any questions please call Tom Phelan at 541-377-5148  


Friday, June 4
Girls' 9-10, 10-11 All-Star tryouts Friday, June 11
9 and 10-year-old tryouts will be from 3:30-4:15 p.m., Friday, June 11 on Field 3 at the Little League park. 11 year olds will try out from 4:15-5:00 p.m.  All Little League girls 9-11 years old are welcome to try out. Contact Rob Hillmick at 541-276-0351 if you have any questions. 


Thursday, June 3
Boys' 9-10, 10-11 All-Star tryouts Sunday
9 and 10-year-old tryouts start at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, June 6 at the Little League park. Registration begins at 2:30 p.m. 11 year olds need to check in at 3.30 and tryouts will start approximately at 4:00 p.m.  Contact Dan Primus at 541-276-0918 if you have any questions. 


Wednesday, June 2
Wednesday (6/2) games cancelled
Wednesday (6/2) games cancelled.

Thursday, May 27
Thursday (5/27) games rained out
All Thursday games have been cancelled.

Monday, May 17
Monday (5/17) 5:30 p.m. games cancelled
All Monday (5/17) 5:30 p.m. games cancelled. Check with your coach if you have a 7:30 p.m. game.

Monday, May 17
Lost & Found
Recently a cellphone and two watches have been found at the Little League Park or areas where teams practice. Please contact David Lloyd or Travis Zander to claim. Also, there is a table of lost & found items near the concession stand for clothing and baseball equipment.

Wednesday, May 5
Wednesday (5/5) games cancelled
All games tonight are cancelled.

Monday, May 3
Monday (5/3) games cancelled
All games tonight are cancelled due to high winds and blowing dust.

Friday, April 30
Lost bat?
A boy's bat was left at team pictures on Monday, April 19. Please call 541-982-4051 to claim.

Friday, April 30
Rules clinic Sunday
Sunday May 2, 11:00 am, the District 3 staff will present a rules and situations clinic, at St. Anthony Hospital in Pendleton.  This clinic is open, recommended and valuable for all managers, coaches, umpires, league staff and even parents, to learn or even brush up on new and old Little League baseball and softball rules.   We will answer questions and discuss game situations that you may have experienced in your games. Focus will be on the regular season, not tournament play. Spread the word, bring your league volunteers and your questions.  

Tuesday, April 27
Tuesday (4/27) games rained out
All games tonight are cancelled.

Friday, April 9
Opening weekend is here!

 

Aquafina Major League Baseball
Pitch, Hit & Run Contest

Friday, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Little League park

Free Baseball and softball skills challenge; open to boys and girls ages 7-14 years old. Registration at 4:00 pm, contest begins at 4:30 pm.

Barbecue

Friday, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Little League park

$4 per person.

Team Introductions

Friday, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Little League Field 1

Little League Parade

Saturday, 10:00 a.m.
Main Street

Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. Teams need to start to line up in the parking lot at North Main at 9:30 a.m. We will proceed down main street and end up in the chamber parking lot. There will be buses to bus the players to the park that are going to play at 11:00 a.m.

Team Photos

Saturday
Washington School

Click here for photo schedule

Opening Day Games

Saturday
Little League park

See game schedule below

 



Thursday, April 1
Team photo schedule now online

Little League team and individual photos will be held Saturday, April 10 and Saturday, April 17, at Washington School gym, 1205 SE Byers Ave. Click here for the complete schedule. Teams that did not pick up their photo order forms at the coaches' meeting Monday will receive them at opening ceremonies Friday night or you can download the form here. For more information, contact John Bradt at 541-982-4051.

 



Monday, March 29
Uniform distribution Tuesday and Wednesday
Uniform checkouts for most teams will be at assigned times Tuesday and Wednesday. Please click here for the complete schedule. Players must be present to receive a uniform.

Tuesday, March 30
Team parent meeting Thursday
All teams are required to send a team representative to the team parent meeting at Stetson's Steakhouse upstairs banquet room, Thursday, April 1, 2010, 7:00 pm. The Little League discount cards will be distributed at that time and the rules for this year's contest explained. Prizes include gift certificates up to $100 and pizza parties for the winning teams. The discount card program is an important fundraiser for Little League that helps keep our costs as low as possible for parents. Please make sure your team actively participates in this program. If you have any question, please contact program coordinator Cari Broker at 541-276-6988.

Tuesday, March 30
Help needed for work party Saturday
Saturday from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m is our final work party to prepare the Little League complex for opening weekend ceremonies and games. Please stop by for however long you can to help.

Monday, March 29
2010 schedules now online

The 2010 schedules are now online as PDF files. The games will be added to the online calendar over the next few days. Please note that the online calendar is the official calendar and will be kept up to date. These files will NOT be updated.

Majors Boys
AAA Boys
AA Boys
A Boys
Juniors/Seniors Girls (coming soon)
Majors Girls
AAA Girls
AA Girls

 



Monday, March 22
Coaches' meeting Monday, March 29
There will be a mandatory meeting for all Little League coaches on Monday, March 29, at 6:00 p.m. in the BMCC Science and Technology building. 

Wednesday, February 24
Girls Majors, Seniors & Juniors tryouts moved to March 6

All girls 9-12 years old who are interested in playing in Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 6, 2010. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Majors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
12 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.
11 year olds 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.
9&10 year olds 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.

All girls 13-16 years old who are interested in playing in Juniors or Seniors MUST try out on Saturday, March 6, 2010. All players already on a Juniors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the Juniors/Seniors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
13-16 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact:
David Lloyd, President, 541-276-3700
Rob Hillmick, Head of Girls Softball, 541-276-0351



Monday, February 22
Work party this Saturday
We will be having a work party down the the Little League park Saturday, Feb. 27, starting at 9:00 AM. We need help with the covering on field 3, hanging both batting cages, and rolling the infield grass on Field 1-2-4, just to name a few things. There is a lot of work to be done and very little time to complete it! Contact Travis Zander or Tom Phelan for more information.

Monday, February 22
Girls AAA tryouts moved to March 14

All girls 8-11 years old who are interested in playing in AAA MUST try out on Sunday, March 14, 2010. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the Head of Girls Softball to remain eligible for the AAA draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
11 year olds 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.
10 year olds 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
8&9 year olds 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact:
Rob Hillmick, Head of Girls Softball, 541-276-0351



Monday, February 22
All boys' tryouts moved to March 6

All boys 8-11 years old who are interested in playing in AAA or Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 6, 2010. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
12 year olds 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
11 year olds 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.m.
10 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 p.m.- 12:30 p.m.
9 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.
8 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Dan Primus, Player Agent - Baseball, 541-276-0918
Sharman Sams, Vice President- Baseball, 541-379-2248



Thursday, January 28
2010 season forms now online
Click on the "Forms" link in the lefthand column for this year's forms to sign up for Little League as a player or volunteer.

Monday, February 22
Registration extended

Two additional registration sessions have been added:
Thursday, February 25, 2010 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Please bring a copy of the child's birth certificate.



Tuesday, January 26
Sign up now for March umpire mechanics clinic
Western Region Little League is sponsoring an accredited umpire mechanics clinic in Pendleton on March 12-14, 2010. Includes personalized instruction on plate mechanics. Click here for details and registration form.

Tuesday, January 26
Babe Ruth registration to coincide with Little League
You can register for Babe Ruth League baseball at any Pendleton Little League registration session at Sunridge Middle School. Dates and times listed below. For more information on the Pendleton Babe Ruth League, contact Rob Hillmick at 541-276-0351.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Thursday, February 4, 2010 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 6, 2010 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School

Learn more:
Pendleton Babe Ruth League site
• Babe Ruth League national site



Tuesday, January 12
Registration starts Feb. 2

2010 season registration dates:
Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Thursday, February 4, 2010 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 6, 2010 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
These will be the only sign-up dates. A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 20, 2010. A copy of the child's birth certificate must be presented at registration. Required forms and detailed instructions will be posted on the website before signups begin.



Friday, November 20
Little League announces 2010 board

Pendleton Little League has announced their 2010 board of directors. The volunteer board was elected during Pendleton Little League's annual meeting October 25, 2009.

David Lloyd President
Sharman Sams Vice-President, Baseball
Dan Primus Player Agent, Baseball
Tom Phelan Equipment
Travis Zander Grounds
Kyle Bryant Umpires Co-Director
Doyle Woods Umpires Co-Director
Bryan Clark Advertising
Jody Hubbard Treasurer & Secretary/
Safety Officer


Saturday, October 24
Lloyd discusses Little League past, present and future

PendletonSports.com's John Bradt sat down with Pendleton Little League President David Lloyd to discuss recent accomplishments such as the park paving project and what the future might hold for Pendleton Little League.

Click to listen to the David Lloyd interview



Thursday, October 1
Annual meeting set for Oct. 25
The Pendleton Little League annual meeting will be Sunday, Oct. 25, 6:00 p.m. at the Science & Technology building at Blue Mountain Community College. Highlights of the past year will be discussed and board officers for the 2010 season will be elected.  

Tuesday, July 28
Boys lose a close one
The Pendleton 11-12 boys lost to Parrish Monday night, 4-3, to complete their games in the state tournament.

Sunday, July 26
11-12 boys dig themselves a hole
The Pendleton 11-12 boys lost to Wilshire/Riverside Saturday, 10-4. After falling behind early, 2-0, Pendleton rebounded to take a 4-2 lead into the sixth inning. Brady Smith, T.J. Hancock and Alex O'Rourke divided time on the mound. The boys will need to win their last pool play game Monday night against Parrish and have a little help to advance to the semi-finals.

Saturday, July 25
10-11 boys take 3rd in state
Behind the pitching of Wes Persinger, the 10-11 boys defeated Central Point today, 4-2, to finish third in the state tournament. Kyler Lunny started the game with a leadoff triple and scored on an infield single by Jon Gonzalez to give Pendleton a lead they would never relinquish. Jake Engelson pitched the sixth inning for the save.

Friday, July 24
Boys battle but succumb to Reynolds
If the Pendleton 10-11 boys have proven one thing during the state tournament, it is that their games are going to be exciting. In a back and forth battle today, Pendleton fell to Reynolds, 10-8. Both teams put runs on the board in the sixth inning, Reynolds scoring six to regain the lead and Pendleton coming up with three to make Reynolds nervous about keeping the lead. Marc Rasmussen, James Bradt and Devon Markle worked on the mound for Pendleton. On the offensive side, the top half of the order did most of the damage for Pendleton, with Kyler Lunny, Jon Gonzalez and Wes Persinger recording multiple hits. Coach Scott Roe summed up the game this way: "I was proud of the kids, the way they battled. Unfortunately, our pitching struggled with walks and we had one inning where we fell apart in the field." Reynolds moves on to play for the state championship Saturday. Pendleton will face the loser of tonight's Central Point/Hood River game for third place.

Friday, July 24
Girls take 3rd in state
In the 10-11 girls' softball semi-finals Thursday, Pendleton lost to Klamath Falls, 10-0, to finish in third place.

Friday, July 24
Boys start slow in Eugene
The Pendleton 11-12 boys lost to Klamath Falls, 4-0, in opening day action of the state tournament Thursday. Their next game is Saturday against Wilshire/Riverside.

Thursday, July 23
Girls slug their way into semi-finals
The Pendleton 10-11 girls outlasted Cascade Wednesday morning, 18-17 in eight innings, to advance to today's semi-final game against Klamath Falls. The winner of that game will face Tigard Friday for the championship.

Wednesday, July 22
10-11 girls stay alive in Baker
After an opening-day loss to Tigard (12-0), the Pendleton 10-11 girls rebounded to defeat Centennial Tuesday, 9-3. They'll face District 7 champion Cascade today at 10:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, July 22
Boys advance to "final four"

Kyler Lunny's bases-loaded infield single in the bottom of the seventh inning drove in James Bradt from third base to give the Pendleton 10-11 boys a 1-0 victory over Hollywood Tuesday night. Lunny also continued his stellar play in center field, making a couple of diving plays to keep the opposing base runners in check. Jake Engelson and Wes Persinger combined for shutout. The win earned Pendleton second place in pool "B" and a spot in the state semi-finals Friday at 4:00 p.m. where they will face the winner of pool "A." 



Sunday, July 19
Boys' comeback falls short
In a reversal of Saturday's game, the Pendleton 10-11 boys found themselves at the short end of a close game, losing to Hood River by a score of 4-3. They may need to send someone back to Baker, host of the district tournament, to look for their bats as they came up missing again in today's game. Pendleton's lone hit came on a double to centerfield by Wes Persinger. Despite a lack of offense, Pendleton was still in the game but some sloppy fielding ultimately led to their demise. Marc Rasmussen went the distance on the mound and aided his own cause with an RBI on a sacrifice fly. The boys' next game is Tuesday evening against Hollywood as they fight to finish in one of the top spots in their pool.

Saturday, July 18
10-11 boys open state tourney with a victory
After barreling through the district tournament and defeating each opponent by ten runs or more, the Pendleton 10-11 all-star team was expecting tougher competition at the state level. They weren't disappointed in Saturday's opening-day game as the Medford American team and pitcher Greyson Wolff held the Pendleton offense in check, allowing only a handful of hits. Pendleton proved they were proficient at small ball too, though,  stringing together a pair of doubles by James Bradt with a couple of passed balls and infield singles by Andrew Porter and Kyler Lunny to escape with a 2-1 victory. Assistant Coach Jeff Persinger attributed the victory to "great pitching and defense." Jake Engelson started on the mound before moving to shortstop after three innings. James Bradt  pitched the last three innings, striking out the final Medford batter with the tying and go-ahead runs on second and third.

Saturday, July 18
11-12 boys head to state

After cruising through the tournament games prior to the championship, some might have wondered how the Pendleton 11-12 boys would respond to playing in a tight game. Alex O'Rourke answered that question with a solo homer in the bottom of the sixth inning that propelled Pendleton past La Grande, 4-3, and on to the state tournament. In addition to that hit, tough pitching from Brady Smith and T.J. Hancock and some nice plays by Logan Anderson at third base helped seal the victory.

View the state tournament schedule here.



Thursday, July 16
Pendleton to face Baker in semi-finals
The Pendleton 11-12 boys finished pool play undefeated, outscoring their opponents 56-2 in three games, including Wednesday's 15-0 victory over Triangle. They will face Baker today at 4:30 p.m. with the victor securing a spot in Friday's championship game.

Monday, July 13
Boys' bats still smokin'
The 11-12 boys continued their offensive fireworks, defeating Union County this morning. Pendleton took advantage of solid hitting throughout the lineup to produce the 17-2 victory. Brady Smith pitched the first three innings with Quenten Quaempts finishing on the mound for the final two.

Monday, July 13
10-11 girls' state schedule posted
The Pendleton 10-11 girls began their quest for a state title on July 20. Click here for the complete schedule.

Sunday, July 12
11-12 boys dominate opener
Quenten Quaempts homered twice and Brandon Hergert and Alex O'Rourke each homered once to power the Pendleton 11-12 boys past Milton-Freewater, 24-0, in the opening day of the district tournament. T.J. Hancock, Jack Peterson and Kai Quinn combined for the shutout.

Thursday, July 9
Girls stumble in championship
The Pendleton 9-10 girls lost to Milton-Freewater in Thursday's District 3 championship game, 14-4. It was a close game until the 4th inning when some unfortunate moments turned the momentum and broke the game open. Bailey Hillmick pitched in the loss. Alexis Morrison and Cameron Snook led the offense for Pendleton. 

Thursday, July 9
Car wash fundraiser
Have your car washed and help send the 10-11 boys' All Star team to the state tournament, Friday, July 10, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. in the Wilcox Furniture parking lot.

Wednesday, July 8
9-10 girls advance to Thursday's championship game
With Alexis Morrison leading the way with her bat (4-5 with a triple and a double) and Lauren Richards keeping opposing batters off the mark with her arm, Pendleton defeated Triangle 11-4 today to advance to the district championship game against Milton-Freewater at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. 

Monday, July 6
10-11 girls move on to state
2009 girls 10-11
The Pendleton girls' 10-11 team was named District 3 champions Saturday by default and will advance to the state tournament in Baker starting July 20. The team is coached by Wayne Fitzpatrick and consists of Stacy Fitzpatrick, Cece Hoffman, Haley Parsons, Jodi Sunman, Olivia Simpson, Teare Tinhof, Deshon Dick, Feather Dick, Elena Vanpelt, Casey Picard, Ashley Mcdowell and Casey Gaines. Good luck at state, girls!              

Monday, July 6
Girls bounce back
The Pendleton 9-10 girls defeated La Grande, 12-6 Sunday behind the skilled pitching of Lauren Richards who compiled eight strikeouts. At the plate, Bailey Hillmick and Kiana Heehn each went 3-4. The girls' next game is Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. against Baker.

Saturday, July 4
9-10 girls fall in opener
The 9-10 girls never got the bats going, losing today in four innings to Milton-Freewater, 13-0. Bailey Hillmick and Reese Litzinger pitched for Pendleton.

Thursday, July 2
9-10 team claims second place
The boys' 9-10 team came out firing on all cylinders, jumping to a 5-1 first inning lead but couldn't hold off a resilient La Grande team that battled back for 13-8 victory Wednesday. Congratulations boys on your second-place finish and impressive tournament run.

Tuesday, June 30
10-11 team wins district and advances to state
2009 10-11 champs2
Jake Engelson homered and pitched a 2-hit, 4-inning shutout to lead Pendleton to a 10-0 victory over La Grande. The District 3 champs will move on to the state level at the Lakeside District in Portland beginning July 18. 

Tuesday, June 30
Pendleton and La Grande to battle for championships

The 9-10 boys defeated Baker today, 31-7, to advance to the championship game against La Grande Wednesday at 2:00 p.m.

The 10-11 boys also face La Grande for the championship, tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Wade Williams field 



Monday, June 29
9-10 team finishes pool play undefeated
The Pendleton boys' 9-10 team continued their hitting barrage, defeating Harney County today, 24-4. Shaw Jerome pitched four innings for the complete-game victory. They'll play the second-place team from the red pool Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. for a spot in Wednesday's district championship.

Monday, June 29
Boys continue torrid pace on day 2

Caden Smith homered for the second consecutive game to lead the 9-10 team to a 12-2, 4-inning victory over Pilot Rock. Pendleton plays Harney County today at 2:00 p.m. to complete pool play.

Wes Persinger went the distance for the 10-11 team in a 13-3 victory against La Grande, also in 4 innings. Jake Engelson contributed a 3-run homer. Pendleton will play for the championship Tuesday, facing off against the winner of tonight's Milton-Freewater/La Grande game. 



Sunday, June 28
Boys start bats early in opening round games
The Pendleton boys' 9-10 and 10-11 teams started the bats early and cruised to opening round victories Saturday. The 9-10 boys defeated Wallowa Valley 13-3, led by home runs from Caden Smith and Johnny Malcom. Mekhi Foreman, Johnny Malcom, Caden Smith, Bryson Pierce and Shaw Jerome pitched for Pendleton. The 10-11 team took advantage of production throughout the lineup in compiling a 15-3 victory over Milton-Freewater. Jake Engelson pitched 4 2/3 innings with Wes Persinger and Devon Satterwhite finishing in relief.

Wednesday, June 24
Girls' 9-10 All-Star team announced
2009 girls 9-10b

Alexis Morrison
Sydney Galloway
Cameron Snook
Lauren Roberts
Ka'lea Broker
Kiana Heehn
Jaiden Lemberger
Bailey Hillmick
Lauren Richards
Reese Litzinger
Frances James

starts July 4
in
Athena/Triangle

Click here
for
schedule



Friday, June 19
Boys' All-Star schedules posted

9-10

Ira Ashley
Nicholas Bower
Hunter Brewer
Caleb Carey
Gage Correa
Mekhi Foreman
Shaw Jerome
Johnny Malcom
Daniel Naughton
Bryson Pierce
Caden Smith
Johnathan Wolotira

starts June 27
in
La Grande

Click here
for
schedule

10-11

James Bradt
Jake Engleson
Jonathan Gonzales
Kyler Lunny
Sean Ottesen
Wes Persinger
Andrew Porter
Marc Rasmussen
Devon Roe
Devon Satterwhite
Marcus Taylor



starts June 27
in
Baker City

Click here
for
schedule

11-12

Logan Anderson
Quinn Cockburn
T.J. Hancock
Brandon Hergert
Zack Myers
Alex O'Rourke
Jack Peterson
Jacob Pierce
Kai Quinn
Quenten Quaempts
Brady Smith


starts July 11
in
Enterprise

Click here
for
schedule



Friday, June 19
Congratulations Phillies, girls' 2009 AAA champs!

2009philliesPR

Thursday, June 18
Girls' AAA championship tonight
The Tigers and Pilot Rock Phillies will battle for the AAA championship tonight at 5:30 p.m. on field 3.

Tuesday, June 16
Astros cap perfect season with Majors championship
The Astros defeated the Brewers 10-8 Monday night to complete an undefeated season and claim the 2009 girls' Majors championship.

2009 astros

2009As
Saturday, June 13
Congratulations, boys' 2009 champions!
2009mariners

2009reds

Wednesday, June 10
Astros and Brewers to collide in quest for Majors' crown

2011 Girls M3

Wednesday, June 10
A's and Cardinals' rubber match to decide Majors' title

2011 Boys M3

Wednesday, June 10
Mariners and Giants to battle for AAA championship

2011 Boys AAA3

Tuesday, June 9
Girls' Majors playoffs start tonight

2011 Girls M2

Tuesday, June 9
Boys' 9-10, 10-11 All-Star tryouts Sunday
Boys' All-Star tryouts start at 10:00 a.m., Sunday, June 14 at the Little League park. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. All Little League boys 9-11 years old are welcome to try out. Contact Tom Phelan at 377-5148 if you have any questions.

Tuesday, June 9
Boys' AA playoffs start tonight

2013 BAAA1

Tuesday, June 9
Cubs, Dodgers advance

2011 Boys M2

Tuesday, June 9
Diamondbacks, Blue Jays advance

2011 Boys AAA2

Monday, June 8
Boys' AAA playoffs start tonight

Boys AAA bracket 2009

Monday, June 8
Boys' Majors playoffs start tonight

Boys majors bracket 2009

Monday, June 8
Girls' AAA playoffs start June 16

Girls AAA bracket 2009

Thursday, June 4
Girls' All-Star tryouts June 12

Girls' All-Star tryouts start at 4:30 p.m., Friday, June 12 on Field 3. All Little League girls 9-11 years old are welcome to try out. Teams will be named after June 18 with practices starting June 22. Contact Rob Hillmick at 276-0351 if you have any questions.



Monday, June 1
All-Star coaches named

Congratulations and good luck to the 2009 Pendleton Little League All-Star coaches:

Boys' 11-12... Leroy Van Cleave

Boys' 10-11... Scott Roe

Boys' 9-10... Jim Malcom

Girls' 10-11... Wayne Fitzpatrick

Girls' 9-10... Tammy Hillmick 



Friday, May 29
All-Star coaches' applications now being accepted
All coaches who wish to be considered need to contact Rob Hillmick (softball) at  276-0351or David Lloyd (baseball) at 276-3700. All-star coach interviews will be held Sunday, May 31. Candidates will be contacted with their specific interview times.

Wednesday, May 20
2009 program now available
LL program 2009

The 2009 Pendleton

Little League souvenir

program is now available

for $2 in the concession stand.



Friday, May 8
iPod found
An iPod was found behind the Round-Up grounds where several Little League teams practice. Please contact Travis Zander at 379-5664 to claim it.

Friday, May 8
District tournament schedule set
9-10 Baseball will be held in La Grande, tentative start date 6/27/09.
10-11 Baseball will be held in Baker City, tentative start date 6/27/09.
11-12 Baseball will be held in Wallowa Valley, tentative start date 7/11/09.
Softball will be held in Athena/Triangle, tentative start date 7/4/09.
State 9-10 & 10-11 Softball will be held in Baker City, tentative start date
7/19/09.


Thursday, April 9
Opening weekend is here! Don't miss...

 

Aquafina Major League Baseball
Pitch, Hit & Run Contest

Friday, 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Little League park

Barbecue

Friday, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Little League park

Team Introductions

Friday, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Little League Field 1

Little League Parade

Saturday, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Main Street

Team Photos

Saturday
Washington School

Opening Day Games

Saturday
Little League park

More details and complete schedules below.



Monday, April 6
Team photo schedule now online

Little League team and individual photos will be held Saturday, April 11 and Saturday, April 18, at Washington School gym, 1205 SE Byers Ave. Click here for the complete schedule. Photo order forms will be distributed at opening ceremonies Friday night or you can download the form here. For more information, contact John Bradt at 541-982-4051.

 



Thursday, April 2
Girls' 2009 schedules now online
Click on "Schedules" in the lefthand menu for this year's games. 


Wednesday, April 1
Boys' 2009 schedules now online
Click on "Schedules" in the lefthand menu for this year's games.

Saturday, March 28
Skills competition added to opening weekend festivities

Opening weekend activities start Friday night, April 10, with the Aquafina Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run Contest. This is a free skills competition that provides boys and girls, ages 7 to 14, the opportunity to showcase their pitching, hitting and running abilities. Winners can advance through four levels of competition, including Team Championship events at the 30 Major League ballparks and the National Finals at the MLB All-Star Game.

Easton Phelan connects during last year's Aquafina Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run Contest.

Registration starts at 4:00 p.m. and they will accomodate as many as possible before the awards at 7:00 pm. Get there early to guarantee participation. Copy of birth certificate and signed waiver required. For more information, contact Pendleton Parks & Recreation at 966-0228.
The traditional Little League BBQ will begin at 6:00 p.m. on field #4. We will have hamburgers, hotdogs, salads, chips, ice cream and Pepsi products so plan to bring the entire family for dinner. The cost will be $4.00 per person.
The announcing of the teams, coaches and sponsors will begin around 7:30 pm. Please have your children line up with their teams on field #3 at approximately 7:15 p.m. When announced, teams will enter onto field #1 through the left field gate. The order in which teams will be announced is as follows: AA Girls, A Boys, AAA Girls, AA Boys, Majors Girls, AAA Boys, Senior Girls and Majors Boys. We'll also include the Pilot Rock teams that will be playing with us this year.
Saturday, April 11, will be our 4th annual Opening Day Parade. We will follow the same route as last year. We will line up on the north side of the Main Street bridge in the public parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Due to traffic and safety concerns, children need to be dropped off in front of the First Christian Church or Pendleton Arts Center and they will be escorted across the street to the parking lot. The order of participants will be the same as Friday night's team introductions so if you would do your best to line up behind the group that is in front of you, it would be greatly appreciated. We will begin our march at 10:00 a.m. and proceed down Main Street to the parking lot across from the Chamber of Commerce. Please encourage your kids and parents to "spice" up your team's presentation. Some possible ideas are helium balloons, signs, streamers on sticks or American flags, just to name a few.
As teams reach the end of the parade route, coaches will escort their teams into the Chamber of Commerce parking lot where parents can then pick up their children. Buses will be waiting to transport the teams playing the first games Saturday to the Little League Park.



Thursday, March 26
Little League to enforce new bat standard this year
IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING THE PURCHASE OF A NEW COMPOSITE METAL BAT FOR USE IN LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL (Major Division and below), BE SURE THAT THE BAT YOU ARE PURCHASING HAS THIS MARKING:  BPF 1.15 ON THE BARREL OR HANDLE OF THE BAT.  IF NOT, IT WILL NOT BE ALLOWED FOR PLAY IN LITTLE LEAGUE GAMES.  
 
Little League officials are aware that there are bats for sale in stores, online or that may have already been purchased that are Little League approved, but do not have the required bat performance standard (BPF) markings.  In fact, some of the bats on the Little League approved bat list may not carry the required BPF 1.15 marking on the bat, depending on when they were manufactured and licensed. Currently manufacturers are conducting an inventory and re-testing of all approved bats.  The results of this study / retesting is to be finished by March 31, 2009.  We are building a list of certain bats that are approved, but do not have the BPF marking due to special circumstances.  For these bats, we are extending eligibility for play until December 31, 2009.  As we are made aware of bats that meet our criteria for this extension, we will add them to the list.  Please check this list regularly for updates.  HOWEVER, ONLY BATS WITH THE BPF 1.15 MARKING AND THE BATS ON THIS LIST WILL BE ALLOWED FOR PLAY IN 2009.   

Bats with the special exception include the following:

Adidas Vanquish Blue design   (There is a newer model of this bat, also named the Vanquish and it has copper and black markings.  It contains the proper labeling and therefore is not subject to the one-year rule).
 
DeMarini  -   Black Coyote, Rogue, Distance, Rumble, Tengu, Mach 10, Patriot
 
Easton   -   LZ-810, LZ-800, Stealth Optiflex LST 1, 
 
Louisville Slugger - YB31
 
NIKE -  Areo


Tuesday, March 10
Volunteers needed for work party Saturday
Travis Zander, Grounds Director, will be working on Field 2 this Saturday starting at 8:00 a.m. Any help would be appreciated as opening day is only about a month away!

Tuesday, March 10
Bucks baseball camp Friday

The Pendleton High School baseball team is conducting a baseball clinic for players ages 5 to 13 on Friday, March 13 at Bob White Field from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Bucks players and coaches will teach offensive and defensive fundamentals, including take-home drills campers can use to continue their development after the camp. Fee is $30 per camper and each participant will receive a T-shirt. Click here for registration form and more details. For more information, contact Pendleton High School at 966-3854.



Wednesday, March 4
Coaches' meeting Wednesday, March 18
There will be a mandatory meeting for all Little League coaches on Wednesday, March 18, at 6:00 p.m. in the BMCC Science and Technology building.

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Saturday, February 28
And it begins
Mason Davis throws to first after successfully fielding a ground ball during this morning's Majors tryouts. Tryouts continue next weekend at the Little League park for boys' and girls' AAA teams.

Tuesday, February 17
Registration extended

Two additional registration slots have been added to the schedule:
Monday, February 23, 2009 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Wednesday, February 25, 2009 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
These will be your last opportunities to sign up!



Friday, January 30
Boys AAA tryouts set for Saturday, March 7

All boys 8-11 years old who are interested in playing in AAA MUST try out on Saturday, March 7, 2009. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the AAA draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
11 year olds 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
10 year olds 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.m.
9 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 p.m.- 12:30 p.m.
8 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Tom Phelan,Vice President- Baseball, 377-5148
Sharman Sams, Player Agent - Baseball, 379-2248



Friday, January 30
Girls AAA tryouts set for Saturday, March 7

All girls 8-11 years old who are interested in playing in AAA MUST try out on Saturday, March 7, 2009. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the AAA draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
11 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
10 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.
8&9 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Rob Hillmick, Vice President - Softball, 276-0351
Rick Pointer, Player Agent - Softball, 276-1157



Wednesday, January 28
Girls Majors, Seniors & Juniors tryouts set for Saturday, February 28

All girls 9-12 years old who are interested in playing in Majors MUST try out on Saturday, February 28, 2009. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the Majors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
12 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.
11 year olds 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.
9&10 year olds 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.

All girls 13-16 years old who are interested in playing in Juniors/Seniors MUST try out on Saturday, February 28, 2009. All players already on a Juniors/Seniors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the Juniors/Seniors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
13-16 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Rob Hillmick, Vice President - Softball, 276-0351
Rick Pointer, Player Agent - Softball, 276-1157



Wednesday, January 28
Boys Majors tryouts set for Saturday, February 28

All boys 10 - 12 years old who are interested in playing in Majors MUST try out on the appropriate date. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the Majors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
12 year olds 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
11 year olds 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.
10 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs.

The Majors draft is tentatively scheduled for Monday, March 2, 2009.

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Tom Phelan,Vice President- Baseball, 377-5148
Sharman Sams, Player Agent - Baseball, 379-2248



Tuesday, January 27
Babe Ruth registration to coincide with Little League
This year, you can register for Babe Ruth baseball at any Pendleton Little League registration session. Click here for the Babe Ruth registration form. For more information on Babe Ruth baseball, contact Bill Zyph at 379-0432.

Thursday, January 22
Interested in improving your umpiring skills?
Western Region Little League is sponsoring an accredited umpire mechanics clinic in Pendleton on March 14-15, 2009. Includes personalized instruction on plate mechanics. Click here for details and registration form.

Friday, November 21
Laying the foundation for 2009

Pendleton Little League recently embarked on two major off-season projects: a new building on Field 3 and new infield sod on Field 2. Both projects should be completed by the start of the 2009 season. Thanks to all of the volunteers who helped! Click on the photo below for more scenes from these projects.



Wednesday, November 12
2009 registration dates announced
2009 season registration dates:
Saturday, January 31, 2009 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Tuesday, February 3, 2009 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School 
Thursday, February 5, 2009 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, February 7, 2009 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Tuesday, February 10, 2009 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School 
Thursday, February 12, 2009 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
These will be the only sign-up dates. A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 12, 2009. Required forms and detailed instructions will be posted on the website before registration begins.


Tuesday, November 4
Volunteers needed for work party this Sunday
We'll be laying new sod on Field 2 this Sunday at 9:00 a.m. Any help would be appreciated. Contact Travis Zander, Grounds Director, at 379-5664 for more information.

Tuesday, October 28
Little League announces 2009 board

Pendleton Little League is pleased to announce the 2009 board of directors:

David Lloyd                    President
Tom Phelan                  Vice-President-Baseball
Rob Hillmick                  Vice-President-Softball
Sharman Sams              Player- Agent-Baseball
Richard Pointer              Player-Agent-Softball
John Taber                    Equipment
Travis Zander                Grounds
Bob Alexander               Umpires-Softball
Doyle Woods                 Umpires-Baseball
Bryan Clark                    Advertising
Jody Hubbard                 Treasurer & Secretary/ Safety Officer 


Thursday, October 2
Annual meeting set
The Pendleton Little League annual meeting will be Sunday, Oct. 19, 6:00 p.m. at the Science & Technology building at Blue Mountain Community College. Highlights of the past year will be discussed and board officers for the 2009 season will be elected. 

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Friday, July 25
9-10 girls claim state championship
The Pendleton 9-10 girls defeated Tigard 7-0 Friday to complete a perfect post season and earn the title of "state champions." Congratulations, girls!

Friday, July 25
Murrayhill wins 11-12 state championship
Click on the headline above for complete tournament results and photo galleries.

Tuesday, July 22
9-10 girls to play for state championship Friday
Pendleton 9-10 girls defeated Tigard Tuesday 9-4 to advance to the state championship game. They will face Tigard, Hood River or Cacscade. It is a double elimination tournament so Pendleton's opponent would have to beat them twice to keep them from the title.

Saturday, July 19
Follow the boys 11-12 state tournament online
Standings and scores updated throughout the day.

Sunday, July 20
It's close, but 9-10 girls win again
The Pendleton 9-10 girls slipped by Cascade 3-2 on Sunday. After an off day tomorrow, they'll play District 4 champ Tigard Tuesday evening.

Sunday, July 20
Off and running
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Pendleton coach Tom Phelan leads T.J. Hancock, Taylor Hillmick and the rest of his squad onto the field during opening ceremonies Saturday for the Oregon Little League 11-12 state championship tournament. Click here for more photos from opening ceremonies.



Sunday, July 20
10-11 boys ends on a winning note
The Pendleton 10-11 boys defeated district 1 champ Scappoose 10-2 Saturday to complete state tournament play.

Sunday, July 20
Girls improve to 2-0 at state
The Pendleton 9-10 girls defeated Willamette 23-5 Saturday to maintain their perfect record. They'll face district 7 champion Cascade tonight at 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, July 19
10-11 boys to face Scappoose today
The Pendleton 10-11 boys team will play Scappoose today in their last game of the state tournament. The boys lost yesterday to Sprague, 6-4.

Friday, July 18
9-10 girls still on a roll
The Pendleton 9-10 girls opened the state tournament with a 21-6 victory over Centennial. Their next game will be Sunday.

Friday, July 18
11-12 boys district highlights

As the 11-12 state tournament is about to kick off, let's take a quick look back at Pendleton's run to the district title, courtesy of Bryan Branstetter.

 

 

 



Friday, July 18
10-11 team looks to regroup tonight
The boys 10-11 team squares off against Sprague tonight at 7:30 p.m. hoping to rebound from Thursday's 16-12 loss to Brookings Harbor. The 9-10 girls begin their pursuit for a state title tonight against District 2 champion Centennial.

Thursday, July 17
10-11 team loses a close one
The Pendleton 10-11 team opened the state tournament against Bend South, coming up just short in a 4-3 loss. They'll have another chance for a victory this evening against District 8 champion Brookings Harbor.

Wednesday, July 16
Boys 10-11 team begins state competition today
The Pendleton boys 10-11 team faces Bend South (District 5) today at 1:00 p.m. at Alpenrose in Portland. The girls 9-10 squad plays the opening game of their tournament Friday at 6:00 p.m. against Centennial (District 2) in Scappoose. The 11-12 boys tourney kicks off Saturday here in Pendleton. Pendleton will play the final game of the day at 7:00 p.m. against District 6 champion South Suburban.

Tuesday, July 15
Girls 10-11 finish at state
The Pendleton girls 10-11 team finished up state tournament play, losing 12-10 to Parrish and 15-2 to Jefferson County. The team consisted of 
Charlie Picard, manager
Dawnita Picard, coach
Ashley Bowman
Taylor Craig
Cassandra Hampton
Keren Hampton
Keziah Hampton
Cecilia Hoffman
Winter Marcum
Ashley Miller
Stephanie Stinson
Mori Yoshioka 
If you see the girls or coaches, be sure to thank them for their efforts preparing for and playing in the state tournament. 


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Monday, July 14
10-11 boys win district
The Pendleton 10-11 boys team defeated Baker 13-3 Thursday to win the District 3 championship and advance to the state playoffs at Alpenrose in Portland. Their first game will be Wednesday, July 16 at 1:00 p.m. against Bend South. 

Saturday, July 12
11-12 boys win district
The Pendleton 11-12 boys team defeated Baker 14-3 Friday to win the District 3 championship and advance to the state playoffs in Pendleton.

Monday, July 7
Pendleton boys continue success in district
The Pendleton 11-12 team defeated Baker 8-0 Monday. The 10-11 team cruised to a 15-1 victory.

Sunday, July 6
Pendleton boys open with victories in Elgin

The 10-11 boys defeated La Grande 14-0, holding their opponents hitless behind the pitching of Logan Anderson, Quentin Quaempts and Brandon Hergert.

In 11-12 action, Taylor Hillmick pitched a shutout and helped his own cause with two homeruns, including a grand slam, in a 10-0 victory over Triangle.

Both teams play again Monday.



Saturday, July 5
Boys 10-11 team starts play this weekend
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Friday, July 4
9-10 girls move on to state
The 9-10 girls defeated Milton-Freewater 9-0 Thursday, capping a undefeated district tournament and moving on to the state competition in Scapoose. Ellie Richards pitched another great game, striking out 9. Good luck at state, girls! 

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Wednesday, July 2
9-10 boys take 2nd in district tournament
La Grande defeated Pendleton 4-2 Wednesday in the District 3 9-10 championship game. 

Tuesday, July 1
9-10 girls advance to district semi-finals
The Pendleton girls 9-10 team completed pool play undefeated and will face La Grande Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. in the district semi-finals. The girls defeated Union County 11-0 (no-hitter by Ellie Richards), Triangle 18-2 and Baker City 19-1.

Tuesday, July 1
9-10 boys to play for district championship Wednesday
Pendleton 9-10 boys moved on to the district championship game after defeating Union County 34-0 Tuesday. Prior to Tuesday's game, Pendleton completed pool play undefeated, topping La Grande 7-0 and Baker City 14-3 after their opening win over Wallowa Valley. Pendleton will face La Grande at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday at Wade Williams Field in Baker City to determine who will advance to state.

Saturday, June 28
Pendleton 9-10 boys take opening game
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Pendleton 9-10 boys defeated Wallowa Valley 32-5 (four innings) in the opening game of the district tournament. Caden Smith, Quinn Cockburn and James Bradt pitched for Pendleton. Jake Engelson contributed a two-run home run. Pictured above, Caden Smith makes sure he touches home plate as he scores the game's first run.

Sunday, June 15
9-10 Boys All Star team announced
9-10 team

Pendleton Little League is pleased to introduce the 2008 9-10 All Star team:
Chris Cockburn, coach
James Bradt
Quinn Cockburn
Jake Engelson
Mekhi Foreman
Casey Hamilton
Kyler Lunny
Zack Myers
Jack Peterson
Kai Quinn
Marc Rasmussen
Caden Smith

The team will play in Baker City, June 28-July 2. Click here for their schedule. Congratulations and good luck at district, boys!



Sunday, June 15
11-12 Boys All Star team announced
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Pendleton Little League is pleased to introduce the 2008 11-12 All Star team:
Tom Phelan, coach
Steven Anderson
Caleb Ball
Laramie Boston
Brian Branstetter
Andrew Goodwin
TJ Hancock
Taylor Hillmick
Anthony Huntington
Tyler Kautz
Chad McCoy
Boots Pond
Austin Stein

The team will play in Elgin, July 5-11. Click here for their schedule. Congratulations and good luck at district, boys!



Thursday, June 19
10-11 Boys All Star team announced

Pendleton Little League is pleased to introduce the 2008 10-11 All Star team:
Dan Hergert, coach
Logan Anderson
Jacob Engblom
Dylan Frostad
Jonathon Gonzales
Brandon Hergert
Alex O'Rourke
Tony Papol
Wes Persinger
Jacob Pierce
Quentin Quaempts
Brady Smith

The team will play in Elgin, July 5-9. Click here for their schedule. Congratulations and good luck at district, boys!



Wednesday, June 18
11-12 Girls All Star team announced
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Pendleton Little League is pleased to introduce the 2008 11-12 softball All Star team:
DAN HARRIS, coach
EMILY HILLMICK
SHELBY HARRIS
AMANDA TYER
CAITLIN ZYPH
MCKAYLA NITZ
NATALIE CAMPBELL
MARISA WINTERTON
DELANEY PAULLUS
TIFFANY WRIGHT
YASENIA AGUILAR
VENESSA QUEZADA

The team will play in La Grande, June 28-July 5. Click here for their schedule. Congratulations and good luck at district, girls!



Wednesday, June 18
9-10 Girls All Star team announced

Pendleton Little League is pleased to introduce the 2008 9-10 softball All Star team:
Steve Richards, coach
Charlotte Barkley
Korie Campbell
Kelsee Cody
Payton Hergert
Alli Livesay
Darian Lindsey
Riley Litzsinger
Kiersten Murphy
Casey Picard
Ellie Richards
Shelby Spriet

The team will play in La Grande, June 29-July 3. Click here for their schedule. Congratulations and good luck at district, girls!



Tuesday, June 17
Blue Jays end where they started...#1
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Tuesday, June 17
Cubs finish on top
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Sunday, June 15
Congratulations A's, Boys Majors Champions
2008 As

Sunday, June 15
Angels soar to title
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Friday, June 13
Astros win Championship
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Thursday, June 12
A's claim Majors Championship
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Thursday, June 12
Games resume after Tuesday rainout
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Talia Lunny of the AA White Sox races the batter to first base in Wednesday's regular season game. Click here to view more photos from the Cubs/White Sox game. Post season games also resumed Wednesday, see the brackets above for results.

 



Monday, June 9
9-10 and 10-11 boys tryouts Friday (NEW TIMES)

Tryouts for this year's boys All Star teams are as follows:
11-12 boys...done by coach nomination and committee selection, no tryouts
9-10 boys...tryouts Friday, June 13, 5:00-7:00 p.m. 
10-11 boys...tryouts Friday, June 13, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

If you have any questions, please contact Richard Pointer, baseball player agent, at 276-1157.



Tuesday, June 10
Tuesday games rained out.
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All Tuesday, June 10th games have been rained out.

Tuesday, June 10
Post season tournament begins
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Iverson Winter of the AAA Giants delivers a pitch in his team's opening round playoff victory. Check out the playoff brackets above for complete results. Click here to view more photos from Monday's games.



Monday, June 2
Discount card sales contest ends today
Little League 2008 Card

Little League Discount Card sales contest ends Monday, June 2. Please return money and unsold cards to Teri McCoy (276-6664). The highest selling teams will once again receive a pizza party for their team and the highest individual sellers will receive gift certificates.



Monday, June 2
All Star coaches named

Congratulations to the following coaches:
Tom Phelan, 11-12 boys
Dan Hergert, 10-11 boys
Chris Cockburn, 9-10 boys
Steve Richards, 9-10 girls

Good luck at the district tournament.... and beyond!



Monday, June 2
Thank you, Main Street Cowboys!

Pendleton Little League would like to thank the Main Street Cowboys for their support this year. Not only did they feed the masses at the opening ceremonies, but they supplied tents for the Pendleton Baseball Classic that provided a welcome respite from the blistering sun for appreciative parents and fans. They've also offered those same tents for the 11-12 state tournament here in July.



Tuesday, May 13
Pendleton Baseball Classic schedule now online
Click here for the complete schedule.

Tuesday, May 13
A reminder for parents, fans and coaches


Wednesday, April 23
Bucks baseball camp Saturday, May 3

The Pendleton High School baseball team is conducting a baseball clinic for players ages 6 to 13 on Saturday, May 3 at Bob White Field from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Bucks players and coaches will teach offensive and defensive fundamentals, including take-home drills campers can use to continue their development after the camp. Fee is $30 per camper and each participant will receive a T-shirt. Click here for registration form and more details. For more information, contact Pendleton High School at 966-3800.



Monday, April 7
Opening weekend message to parents and coaches

Opening weekend activities start Friday night, April 11, with the traditional BBQ at the Little League Park (field #4) beginning at 6:00 p.m. We will have hamburgers, chips and Pepsi products so plan to bring the entire family for dinner. The Main Street Cowboys will be cooking on 4 barbeques so there will be plenty of food for everybody. The cost will be $3.50 per person.
The announcing of the teams, coaches and sponsors will begin around 7:00 pm. Please have your children line up with their teams on field #3 at approximately 6:45 p.m. When announced, teams will enter onto field #1 through the left field gate. The order in which teams will be announced is as follows: AA Girls, A Boys, AAA Girls, AA Boys, Majors Girls, AAA Boys, Senior Girls and Majors Boys. We'll also include the Pilot Rock teams that will be playing with us this year.
Saturday, April 12, will be our 4th annual Opening Day Parade. We will follow the same route as last year. We will line up on the north side of the Main Street bridge in the public parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Due to traffic and safety concerns, children need to be dropped off in front of the First Christian Church or Pendleton Center for the Arts and they will be escorted across the street to the parking lot. The order of participants will be the same as Friday night's team introductions so if you would do your best to line up in the correct group order, it would be greatly appreciated. We will begin our march at 10:00 a.m. and proceed down Main Street to the parking lot across from the Chamber of Commerce. Please encourage your kids and parents to "spice" up your team's presentation. Some possible ideas are helium balloons, signs, streamers on sticks or American flags, just to name a few.
As teams reach the end of the parade route, coaches will escort their teams into the Chamber of Commerce parking lot where parents can then pick up their children. Buses will be waiting to transport the teams playing the first games Saturday to the Little League Park.



Tuesday, April 8
Pendleton Pitch, Hit & Run champions announced

 

Category
Age 7/8
Age 9/10
Age 11/12
Age 13/14
Pitch Champion
Kaden Clark
James Bradt
T.J. Hancock
Hit Champion
Kaden Clark
Caden Smith
T.J. Hancock
Run Champion
Mychael Pointer
Kai Quinn
Taylor Hillmick
Overall Champion
Kaden Clark
James Bradt
T.J. Hancock

Below, Mychael Pointer rounds third en route to a first-place finish in the Run competition for 7/8 boys and girls. 



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Monday, April 7
Order your 2008 Pendleton Little League shirts
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Orders are now being accepted for 2008 edition Pendleton Little League apparel. Click here for the order form and pricing. You can bring your completed order form and payment to the opening ceremonies Friday night or mail it to the address on the left below the navigation menu.



Sunday, April 6
Smile! Team photos Saturday

Team Pictures will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2008 at the park near the Little League fields if weather permits. In case of rain they will be held at Washington School. Click here for a complete schedule. Any questions, please call Teri McCoy at 276-6664.



Sunday, April 6
Discount Card sales contest kicks off Friday
Little League 2008 Card

Little League Discount Cards will be handed out to coaches at the BBQ on Friday, April 11. Please see Teri McCoy to get your team’s packet of cards. The highest selling teams will once again receive a pizza party for their team. The highest individual sellers will receive gift certificates. The contest will run until May 1, 2008. Team parents will be in charge of handing out cards to players, collecting the money for the cards sold and keeping track of how many for their team are sold. Any questions, please call Teri McCoy at 276-6664.



Sunday, April 6
Sign up now for Whiz Kids wiffleball

The Whiz Kids wiffleball program is now accepting applications for children ages five to seven (age as of July 31, 2008). Application fee is $20 and includes a T-shirt and cap. Players will be notified of their team, coach and practices later. League games start June 3 and are played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings through June. Applications can be picked up and turned in at Pendleton Athletic on 249 Main St., Pendleton. They should be turned in by April 30. For more information call Dean Fouquette at 276-6988.

 



Wednesday, April 2
2008 schedules now online

Click on a schedule below to download the PDF. Please note the dates on the schedules to ensure you have the latest version.
Girls Majors (updated 4/2/08)
Girls AAA (updated 4/3/08)
Girls AA (updated 4/2/08)
Boys Majors (updated 4/2/08)
Boys AAA (updated 4/2/08)
Boys AA (updated 4/2/08)
Boys A (updated 4/2/08)
Master Schedule (updated 4/2/08)

Pictured below, the Majors' Dodgers, who aren't letting darkness or over-enthusiastic sprinklers interfere with their preparations for the fast-approaching season opener. 



Dodgers at night

Wednesday, March 19
Girls' Seniors & Juniors rosters now online

Click on the team name to view the roster:
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Monday, March 17
Coaches meeting Wednesday
All managers and coaches are required to attend a safety meeting Wednesday, March 19 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Morrow Hall, Room 100 at Blue Mountain Community College.

Monday, March 17
Boys' Majors rosters now online

Click on the team name to view the roster:
A'sCardinalsCubsDodgersOrioles



Thursday, March 13
Aquafina Pitch, Hit & Run slated for April 6
PHR

Aquafina Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run is a free skills competition that provides boys and girls, ages 7 to 14, the opportunity to showcase their pitching, hitting and running abilities. Winners can advance through four levels of competition, including Team Championship events at the 30 Major League ballparks and the National Finals at the MLB All-Star Game. Registration starts at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, April 6, at the Pendleton Little League park. Copy of birth certificate and signed waiver required. For more information, contact Pendleton Parks & Recreation at 276-8100.
Click here for more information on the national competition.



Tuesday, March 11
Pendleton Baseball Classic coming in May
The Pendleton Baseball Classic tournament will be held May 17-18, 2008 at the Pendleton Little League Park. There will be three divisions (10U, 11U, 12U) and the entry fee is $200 per team. For more information, contact Rob Hillmick at 276-0351.

Monday, March 10
2008 State Tournament Update

Age Group Location Dates
9-10 Baseball District 9 TBA
10-11 Baseball Alpenrose Dairy, Portland TBA
11-12 Baseball Pendleton July 19-25
9-10 Softball Portland starts July 19
10-11 & 11-12 Softball Gresham TBA
Juniors & Seniors Softball Grants Pass starts July 12


Thursday, March 6
Concession stand to open for AAA tryouts

The Rhythmic Mode Dance team will be operating the concession stand this year. They will be open Saturday, March 8 during AAA tryouts to serve coffee, donuts, pop, water and Gatorade.



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Tuesday, March 4
It's a high fly to right...
Kyler Lunny, 10, positions himself to catch a fly ball during Majors tryouts Saturday. Tryouts continue Saturday, March 8, with boys' AAA.

Tuesday, February 26
Girls' Major and Junior tryouts Saturday

All girls 10-12 years old who are interested in playing in Majors MUST try out on Saturday, March 1, 2008. All players already on a Majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the Majors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
12 year olds 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.
11 year olds 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.
10 year olds 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.

All girls 13-14 years old who are interested in playing in Juniors MUST try out on Saturday, March 1, 2008. All players already on a Juniors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the Majors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 3)
13 & 14 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any softballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Jody Hubbard, Vice President - Softball, 276-5027
Rod Hillmick, Player Agent - Softball, 240-1098



Tuesday, February 26
Boys' Major tryouts Saturday

All boys 9 - 12 years old who are interested in playing in Majors MUST try out Saturday, March 1, 2008. All players already on a majors team don't need to try out. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the Majors draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
12 year olds 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
11 year olds 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.
10 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
9 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be used to ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Tom Phelan,Vice President- Baseball, 966-9422
Richard Pointer, Player Agent - Baseball, 276-1157



Tuesday, February 26
Boys' AAA tryouts Saturday, March 8

All boys 9 - 11 years old who are interested in playing in AAA MUST try out on Saturday, March 8, 2008. If you can't make the tryouts you must contact the player agent to remain eligible for the AAA draft.

Age Check in Tryouts (Field 1)
11 year olds 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.
10 year olds 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
9 year olds Noon 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.

Each player will be rated on hitting, throwing, fielding and running. A pitching machine may be ensure accuracy for all players. Players should bring water, glove, bat and wear appropriate clothing. DO NOT bring any baseballs

If you have any questions, please contact one of the following board members:
Tom Phelan,Vice President- Baseball, 966-9422
Richard Pointer, Player Agent - Baseball, 276-1157



Tuesday, February 19
It's not too late to register!

For late registration, contact one of the following board members:
Tom Phelan,Vice President- Baseball, 966-9422
Richard Pointer, Player Agent - Baseball, 276-1157
Jody Hubbard, Vice President - Softball, 276-5027
Rod Hillmick, Player Agent - Softball, 240-1098

 



Tuesday, February 19
ABC camp coming to Irrigon in March
Irrigon Booster Club is hosting America's Baseball Camps March 15-16, 2008. Click here for complete details and registration information.

Thursday, January 31
Babe Ruth teams up with Little League
This year, you can register for Babe Ruth baseball at any Pendleton Little League registration session. Click here for the Babe Ruth registration form. For more information on Babe Ruth baseball, contact Bill Zyph at 379-0432.

Tuesday, January 29
Little League Discount Cards available Thursday
The 2008 Pendleton Little League Discout Cards will be available for purchase starting Thursday, Jan. 31 during registration. Little League players will also be selling the discount cards in the spring. This year's card features great offers from Abby's, Baskin Robbins, Big John's, Dairy Queen, Dean's Market & Deli, Domino's Pizza, Jump Start Espresso, Mazatlan, Papa Murphy's, Pizza Hut, Quiznos, Rodeo Lanes, The Hut, Umby's Carpet Cleaning and 60-Minute Photo.

Little League 2008 Card

Thursday, January 17
Register now for Western Region Umpire's Clinic
An accredited umpire mechanics clinic will be held in Pendleton on March 8-9, 2008. Click here for details and registration form.

Wednesday, January 16
Registration reminder

2008 season registration dates:
Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
Saturday, Feb. 9, 2008 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School
These will be the only sign-up dates. A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 9, 2008. Click here for required forms and detailed instructions.



Wednesday, January 16
2008 teams and sponsors

Thursday, January 10
Tryout dates announced
Pendleton Little League boys' and girls' majors tryout will be Saturday, March 1, 2008. Boys' AAA tryouts will be Saturday, March 8, 2008.  Tryouts will be at the Little League complex. Exact times to be announced at a later date.

Monday, January 7
2008 Oregon District 3 Little League playoff dates and locations announced
9-10-year-old baseball will play in Burns June 29-July 4.
Softball (all ages) will play in LaGrande June 29-July 4.
10-11-year-old baseball will play in Elgin July 5-July 11.
11-12-year-old baseball will play in Elgin July 5-July 11.
All tournaments will be pool play.


Monday, January 7
Pendleton to host 11-12-year-old state championship
The 2008 Oregon Little League state championship tournament for 11-12-year-old baseball will be held in Pendleton on July 19-25.

winter fields
Wednesday, December 10
Little League registration dates announced

While recent weather conditions would seem to indicate Little League is a long ways off, registration dates are just around the corner:

Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School 

Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School

Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School 

Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008 - 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School

Saturday, Feb. 9, 2008 - 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sunridge Middle School  

These will be the only sign-up dates. A $10 late fee will be added for any child signed up after Feb. 9, 2008.

Complete registration information will be posted soon. 

 




 
 
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