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Senior Softball State Champions - 1979, 1980, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
9/10 Softball State Champions - 2005
11&12 Softball State Champions - 1978, 1984, 1998, 2009, 2010 
10/11 Baseball State Champions - 2011, 2013
9/10 Baseball State Champions -2010, 2012
 
 
 
 

Registration for the 2017 Little League season is now avaialable by clicking here: Online registration

Online registration is encouraged and is available anytime day or night.



Tuesday, February 14
2017 FINAL REGISTRATION to be held THIS Sunday, February 19th from 12-2 at Little League Headquarters



Registration for the 2017 Little League season by clicking here: Online registration 

 

The league will have a Last Chance Registration from 12-2 THIS SUNDAY, February 19th at the Little League Headquarters building. After this registration, rates will go from $60 for the first child, $45 for the second, and $25 for each additional player to $75 for each player registered after the 19th.

As we draw closer to assigning coaches, players to teams, and creating schedules, and assigning our community sponsors to their teams. Over the last couple of years, we have seen a significant number of late sign-ups, which not only cost the player and family additional money, cost the league significant additional dollars for last minute uniforms, but it prevents us from keeping the number of kids per team down to 10 or 11. By keeping teams at these numbers, it allows each child more times at bat, more time in the field on defense and allows us the ability to have more teams to schedule against. Once we hit the last week of February, these numbers are set and players added on after afterwards simply take away from each other child's playing time.

Little League isn’t about building your child into the next major leaguer or winning a scholarship, it’s about getting kids off the couch, outdoors and playing with other kids their age. It’s not about egos – of the coaches, parents, or the kids. Little League is not about exclusivity (elite teams), but being inclusive. Every kid plays, no matter what his or her skill level.

You may also sign up online at www.boonell.com or you may call Mark Casey 515-298-1294 or Jamie Moorman 515-669-1647 prior to Sunday's final registration to make sure you are a part of this year's league.

For more information on each of the different age groups and leagues, visit www.boonell.com.
Let's keep this 65 year tradition of Little League in Boone going strong. Sign your kids up today! 
Register Online Here



Tuesday, February 14
BOONE NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE LEAGUE AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration rates are as follows: $60 for the first child, $45 for the second, and $25 for each additional player to $75 for each player registered after February 19th.

Parents may either work a 3 hour shift in the concession stand assigned early in the season, or may buyout ($25) at registration or during the first weeks of practice.

Umpires will be the responsibilty of the team and the parents. While this is a volunteer league, we undertsand that you or other that you know may not want to umpire. Little League will provide a paid umpires list you may call and arrange to pay thatat person to umpire the game for you. Rates are between $20 and $35 depending on the league and the umpire. This is an arrangement between the parents and the umipre and is not affiliated with the Boone National Little League. 

For those who would like more information about the different leagues, please read below:

4/5 Year Old Tee Ball: Teams begin practice in early to mid-May and play once a week and once each Saturday until mid-June. This league is for those first time ball players who want to learn a little about baseball and every kids gets a chance to field and hit off a tee. Games run about 45 minutes. No score is kept.

5/6 Year Old Tee Ball: Teams begin practice in early to mid-May and play once a week and once each Saturday until the last weekend of June. This league is teaches the fundamentals of fielding and hitting for the first half of the tee, and the second half of the season, they move to coach pitch and after so many pitches, the batter will then hit off a tee. Outs are made but every kids gets a chance to field and hit. Games run about 45 minutes. No score is kept.

T-Shirt League Baseball and Softball (7&8 Year Olds): This league continues to work on the fundamentals and is strictly coach pitch league. Practices begin late March and can either be 2-2 hour practices or 3-1 1/2 hour practices. The season begins in late April and games will be held approximately once per week and once on the weekend until the end of June. There can be up to 2 practice outside of games per week. There is a 5 run rule and they are 6 inning games.

Minor League Baseball and Softball (9&10 Year Olds): This is a more advanced league but still keys in on the fundamentals while live pitching begins and stealing bases is allowed. Practices begin late March and can either be 2-2 hour practices or 3-1 1/2 hour practices. The season begins in late April and games will be held approximately once per week and once on the weekend until the end of June. There can be up to 2 practice outside of games per week. There is a 5 run rule and they are 6 inning games. At this age group (Baseball Only), Boone will inter league with Ames Little League and some travel to Ames will be required.

Major League Baseball and Softball (11&12 Year Olds): This is our most advanced league still working on the fundamentals while playing true to the rules of baseball. Live pitching, dropped 3rd strike and stealing bases is allowed. Practices begin late March and can either be 2-2 hour practices or 3-1 1/2 hour practices. The season begins in late April and games will be held approximately once per week and once on the weekend until the end of June. There can be up to 2 practice outside of games per week. Games are 6 inning games. At this age group (Baseball and Softball), Boone will inter league with Ames Little League (Baseball) and Ogden Softball (Softball) and some travel will be required.

Senior League Softball (12-16 Year Olds): This league is for players that have aged out of Majors and would like to continue to play softball either in conjunction with Freshman, JV, or High School Softball or for those players who may not want or need a high school softball experience but would still like to play for the love of the game. Practices begin late March and can either be 2-2 hour practices or 3-1 1/2 hour practices. The season begins in late April and games will be held approximately once per week and once on the weekend until the end of June. There can be up to 2 practice outside of games per week. There is a 5 run rule and they are 7 inning games. At this age group, Boone will inter league with Ames Softball as well as Laurel Softball and some travel will be required.



Saturday, June 13
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Wednesday, March 23
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