Danville, VA Little League: Welcome

Welcome back baseball fans!

 

Danville Little League has a new website! 

 

2016 Spring Registration is now open.  You can now register

online at our new website!

 

 

 

 

 

 



Saturday, February 20
Danville Little League New Website


Danville Little League has a new website.  We are now partnered
with Blue Sombrero.
 
You can also register online!  Click on the link and check it out!!!
 
  


Tuesday, July 28
Nationals Throttle SYA East 3-2, Move on to Semi-finals

The Danville Nationals continued their magic ride in the VA State Little League tournament on Monday morning, ...

Sunday, July 26
Nationals Fall to Mechanicsville, Face SYA East in Quarterfinals

The Danville National 11/12 All-Stars fell to District 5 powerhouse Mechanicsville 13-3 on Sunday.  Strong ...

Sunday, July 26
Nationals Roll York 11-3, Advance to Quarterfinals

The Danville National 11/12 All-Stars' bat came to life, hammering York County Nationals in an 11-3 win on ...

Saturday, July 25

Nationals Win In Walk-Off Fashion!

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The Danville Nationals opened the 2015 Virginia state Majors Tournament in dramatic fashion, edging Culpepper LL by a score of 1-0 on Friday at Tuckahoe Little League.  Grant Elliott drove a two-out, two strike pitch to deep center in the bottom of the 6th for the win.

Dylan Harraway held the Culpepper bats at bay, pitching a 3-hit shutout, striking out 11 in the process.  Defensively, the Nationals saved the game with a 6-3-2 double-play in the top of the 6th.  With runners at 2nd and 3rd and only one out, the game was in jeopardy for the Nationals.  With the infield in, Harraway got the Culpepper number five hitter to ground to short.  Christian Lancaster fielded the ball cleanly, took a step to third to freeze the runner, then fired to first for the ground out.  Daniel Hicks made the put-out, then immediately fired to Elliott at the plate, who made the catch and tag on the runner trying to advance from third.  This game-saving double-play set the stage for the drmatic walk-off from Elliott.  

The Nationals will face York County National LL on Friday at 11:45 am. 



Tuesday, July 14
Raffle Winners Announced

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Saturday, July 11
Nationals 11/12s Crush Jefferson to Advance to State

The Danville Nationals survived a shaky start to defeat Lynchburg Jefferson 11-1 Friday night at Miller Park in 5 innings.

Jefferson scored once in the top of the first to grab the early momentum.  Colin Moore came on early in relief to retire the side and prevent any more runs.

In the bottom half of the inning Nationals lead-off hitter Christian Lancaster homered to right center to even the score, and the Nationals never looked back.  Twelve Nationals hitters came to the plate, and seven runs came across to score.

With two out in the top half of the 5th, and the Nationals ahead 10-1, the game was halted due to lightning. After three delays lasting more than an hour, play finally resumed and Jefferson left two stranded.  In the bottom of the inning a two out deep fly by Moore was muffed by the left fielder, and Lancaster scored all the way from first to end the game.

The Nationals will now head to Richmond for the state tournament, with play beginning July 24th.

 

 



Wednesday, July 8
Nationals, Jefferson Square Off in 11/12 Championship

The Danville Nationals will face Lynchburg Jefferson for the third time in the deciding game of the 11/12 ...

Tuesday, June 16

PERFECTION!

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Woods-Rogers completed an unbeaten season Monday night, defeating Moore's Insurance by a score of 12-5, in the Majors division championship game.  They finished the season with a record of 15-0

 

Pctured:

Front (L to R): Evan Burnett, Carter Richardson, Landon Jones, Carrington Aaron, Kale Richardson, Christian Lancaster

Middle (L to R): Josh Smith, Dylan Harraway, Jake Bottoms, Grant Elliott, Addison Clark, Nick Mitchell

Back (L to R): Manager Steve Clark, Coach Todd Lancaster, Coach Robert Jones 

 

 



Tuesday, June 16
Rotary Wins Minors Title

Congratulations to Rotary, who defeated Riverview Dental 3-1 to win the Minors city tournament!



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