Pendleton Little League: My Site News

Thursday, December 11
Louisville Slugger Demo Day rescheduled for Monday, Dec. 15

Louisville Slugger is coming to Pendleton with bats, gloves, batting gloves, etc. on Monday, Dec. 15th   from 3 pm – 7 pm at our indoor batting cage next door to the Short Stop Market.  They are coming to let kids try products out and purchase at a 25% discount. Your kids and you are welcome to come by and try out their line of bats, gloves etc. There are no perks for our program, other than you get to use it before you buy it. 



Tuesday, December 9
Pendleton Hitting Facility winter schedule updated
                 
        2014-2015        
                 
  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday  
9:00 AM             Rod Hillmick 9:00 AM
              Girls  
10:00 AM             Rod Hillmick 10:00 AM
              Girls  
11:00 AM Schumacher           Rob Hillmick 11:00 AM
  Boys           Girls  
12:00 PM Graber           ? 12:00 PM
  Girls           Girls  
1:00 PM ?           Stahl 1:00 PM
  Girls           Boys  
2:00 PM Straughn           Fell 2:00 PM
  Boys           Boys  
3:00 PM Herman Whitten Cary Whitten Cary Whitten Herman 3:00 PM
  Boys High School High School High School High School High School Boys  
4:00 PM Rob Hillmick Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys ? 4:00 PM
  Girls Cary Whitten Cary Whitten Cary Boys  
5:00 PM Garton High School High School High School High School High School   5:00 PM
  Girls Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls    
6:00 PM Richards Corey Field Garton Garton Rod Hillmick   6:00 PM
  Girls Boys Boys Girls Girls Girls    
7:00 PM Primus Primus Fell Corey ? Duso   7:00 PM
  Boys Boys Boys Boys Girls Boys    
8:00 PM               8:00 PM
                 
 Boys Supervisors       Girls  Supervisors    
  Bob Field Rob Stahl Fred Fell   Tim Cary Kelsy Garton    
  Travis Zander Levi Herman Dan Duso   Jim Newland Mike Graber    
  Doug Rowe Dan Primus       Rob Hillmick    
  Mike Hodgen Michael Corey       Steve Richards    
   Gordy Schumacher Nick Straughn       Rod Hillmick    


Thursday, December 4
Louisville Slugger Demo Day cancelled
Louisville Slugger Demo Day scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 4 has been cancelled due to weather.

Monday, December 1
Louisville Slugger Demo Day is Thursday, Dec 4

Louisville Slugger is coming to Pendleton with bats, gloves, batting gloves, etc. on Thursday, December 4th  from 3 pm – 7 pm at our indoor batting cage next door to the Short Stop Market.  They are coming to let kids try products out and purchase at a 25% discount. Your kids and you are welcome to come by and try out their line of bats, gloves etc. There are no perks for our program, other than you get to use it before you buy it. 

 



Friday, November 7
Annual meeting November 16
The Pendleton Little League annual meeting will be Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, 6:00 p.m. at the Science & Technology building at Blue Mountain Community College. Highlights of the past year will be discussed and board members for the 2015 season will be elected.     

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
PLL 2014 Boys' AAA Tournament


















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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
PLL 2014 Boys' AA Tournament


















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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
___________________________ 

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
PLL 2014 Boys' AAA Tournament


















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Wednesday, June 11
Boys' AA playoffs start Saturday
PLL 2014 Boys' AA Tournament


















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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.