Dumfries District Little League: Welcome

2018 Spring DTQ Little League

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SRSE
 Welcome to Dumfries-Triangle-Quantico Little League Baseball
Celebrating 54 years of Little League Baseball   
Home of the 2016 Senior League Southeast Region Champions & Big League VA State Champs


Saturday, October 14
New DTQ Website



DTQ will be moving to a new online home with the start of the 2018 season. 

https://www.dtqll.org 



2018 DTQ Spring Season

2018 DTQ Little League SpringInformation

Online Registration OPEN!

REGISTRATION IS SCHEDULED TO CLOSE JANUARY 31,2018

WE CANNOT GUARANTEE PLACEMENT AFTER THAT DATE!!!  

Questions President Mel Barlow 703-441-8747 DTQLittleLeague@comcast.net 

 

DTQ Fundraiser Raffle

Added to your first child's registration fee will be a $30fundraiser fee. You will receive $50 in raffletickets that you may sell covering your initial contribution plus an additional $20profit for your family.

There is NO money toturn in. The money you collect is yours to keep.

Just return the completedticket stubs by mail to DTQ, PO Box 1137, Dumfries VA 22026 or dropped off at the Opening DayCeremony. Raffle cash prizesare $1,000, $500, $250,$250. All drawings will be held Saturday April 14, 2018.

 

DTQ Spring Training Camp & Skills Evaluationconducted by

Colangelo Baseball

All Little LeagueBaseball, Machine Pitch & T-Ball players will participate in a springtraining skills camp. Camp & Skills will be held indoors.

There is NOEXTRA cost for this training camp.

 

Sunday, February 25 Little League Baseball training camp (ages8-12)

Sunday, March 4       Little League Baseball training camp(ages 8-12)

Sunday, March 11     Little League Baseball skills evaluation(ages 8-12)

You willreceive your camp dates and times by email and U.S. mail in mid-February.

 

Sunday, March 18     Machine Pitch training camp (ages 6-8)

Sunday, March 25     T-Ball training camp (ages 4-6)

You willreceive your training camp time by email in early March.

 

JR League & SR League Skills Evaluation (Wall Park, Montclair)

Saturday April 7, 2 PM       JR League & SR League (ages 13-16)

 

Divisions

Top of Form

Bottom of Form

T Ball
T Ballis an instructional level of Little League for boys and girls league ages 4 -6. The focus of T-Ball is on teaching the players how to play in a team sportsenvironment while learning the basics of baseball fundamentals. Score is notkept in this division. Teams are formed by school zone/neighborhood as much aspossible. We try to accommodaterequests for carpools or friends only. T Ball teams usually have 2 events aweek. They may be on weeknights or Saturday. No Sunday games.

 

Machine PitchBaseball
Machine Pitch is an instructional level of Little League for boys and girlsleague ages 6 - 8. Machine Pitch builds upon fielding skills taught in T-Balland teaches players to hit a machine pitched baseball. Strikes and outs arerecorded but balls and walks are not counted. Games are scheduled 6 innings andscore is kept in this division. Teams are formed by school zone/neighborhood asmuch as possible.
We try to accommodate requests for carpools orfriends only. MP teamsusually have 2 events a week. They may be on weeknights or Saturday. No Sundaygames.

 

MinorAmerican Baseball
Minor American is the first baseball division where players pitch. It is a partof the Little League Minors Division with 6 inning games played on a 60'diamond. All players remain part of the batting lineup throughout the game inwhat is called a continuous batting order. It is an instructional level ofLittle League for boys and girls ages 8-10. Players will be placed on teams based on the skill level exhibitedduring Skills Evaluation Day. At SED, all participants are given an averagescore compiled from the scores of the evaluating managers and placing the samenumber of equally talented players on each team then forms teams. We also tryto give each team a balanced number of each age group, as well as an equitablenumber of “experienced” and “inexperienced” players. The division coordinatorforms teams not the team managers. 8-year olds wishing to play in thisdivision must attend skills evaluation and score well enough for placement.Following the spring season, there is Fun Tournament play.

NO REQUESTS CAN BE TAKEN INMINORS.

 

Minor National Baseball
Minor National is a part of the Little League Minors Division with 6 inninggames played on a 60' diamond. All players remain part of the batting lineupthroughout the game in what is called a continuous batting order. It is aninstructional level of Little League that focuses on preparing players for enteringthe Majors Division. Players will beplaced on teams based on the skill level exhibited during Skills EvaluationDay. At SED, all participants are given an average score compiled from thescores of the evaluating managers and placing the same number of equallytalented players on each team then forms teams. We also try to give each team abalanced number of each age group, as well as an equitable number of“experienced” and “inexperienced” players.
All 11-year olds not selected onto a Major team will play in this division.10-year olds and a few 9-year olds will fill out the rosters. Thedivision coordinator forms teams not the team managers. Following the spring season, there is All-Star & Fun Tournament play. NO REQUESTS CAN BE TAKEN IN MINORS.

 

Major Baseball
Little League Majors Division is the Little League division known simply as"Little League" with 6 inning games played on a 60' diamond. This isthe first baseball division with 9 player batting lineups and lineup substitutions.All 10-12 year olds who haveparticipated in the Skills Evaluation process are eligible for considerationfor the Major Division. In this division, the team managers draft teams. Teamsare formed solely on the managers’ selections of players they wish to selectfor their team, based on their team’s needs. As per Little League rules, eachplayer selected to a Major team will remain on that team from year to year,until he/she becomes too old for that division. In this way, some teams havemore “openings” each year than others. The draft takes place confidentiallyeach year and team managers take turns picking players until their allottedslots are filled. Players not selected for a Major team are then placed onteams, based on their scores, in the Minor divisions. The rostersconsist of league age 12-year old's, 11-year old's and a few 10-year old's.Following the spring season, there is All-Star & Fun Tournament play.

 

Junior Baseball
Junior division is for player league age 13 - 14. It is the first division inLittle League that plays on a 90-foot field. All players remain part of thebatting lineup throughout the game. Games may be played against other areaDistrict 9 & District 10 teams. Games are scheduled 7 innings. Teams areformed via a draft. Following the spring season, there is All-Star Tournament playbased on a player’s age.

Senior Baseball
Senior division is for player league age 14 - 16.  Games may beplayed against other area District 9 & District 10 teams. Senior baseballis played on a full size diamond and scheduled for 7 innings. Teams are formedvia a draft. Following the spring season, there is All-Star Tournament playbased on a player’s age.

 

League Age   

According to Little League Baseball Inc. "League Age" isthe age of the child on August 31, 2018 for a player born on or after09/01/2005. Starting in 2018 a Player born on or before 08/31/2005 will utilize the date ofAugust 31, 2018. The Board of Directors of DTQ Little League has established thefollowing age related divisions under the guidelines established by LittleLeague Baseball, Inc. The following is the list of the age brackets for eachDTQ division.

 

T-Ball: 4, 5 and 6 year olds.

Machine Pitch: *6, 7 and 8 year olds.

*6 year olds that haveplayed a season of Little League T-Ball are eligible for Machine Pitch.

Minors American: **8, 9 and 10 year olds.

**8 year olds may try-outfor placement into Minors, provided that they qualify by attending SkillsEvaluation Day & scoring well enough to warrant placement.

Minors National: 9, 10 and 11 year olds.

Majors: 10, 11 and ***12 year olds

***12 attending skillsevaluations must be drafted to a Little League Major Division team. Exceptionscan be made if approved by the league Board of Directors and the parent of thecandidate. Approval from the District Administrator is also required.

Junior League: 13 and 14 year olds.

Senior League: 14, 15 and 16 year olds

 

There will beNO OTHER EXCEPTIONS made to these divisions due to outstanding ability,advanced skill levels or grade level in school, etc.  You will note that 8 - 12 year olds areeligible for different divisions. They will be placed in the appropriatedivision based on their performance at Skills Evaluation Day.

 

DTQ Important Dates

Wednesday, March 21: Player Notification Day. Allplayers (except JR & SR Leagues)should hear from their teammanagerby this date.

Monday April 2: Practices begin(not all teams start the first day)

Saturday April 7:Picture Day.

Saturday April 14: Opening Day Ceremony. 12 Noon FullerHeights Park



DTQ Little League elects board of directors for year 2017-2018

President Mel Barlow

Vice President Cynthia Ludington

Treasurer Jon Williams

Secretary Amy Brunner-Craig                                       

Safety/Field Coordinator Tim Jabs            

Chief Umpire Glenn Rothenberger                                

Minor/Major Player Agent Laurel Devine           

JR/SR Player Agent Harrison Ludington                    

T-Ball Coordinator Dexter McKinnon                      

Machine Pitch Coordinator Eric Pokorak       

Minor American Coordinator Dave Alachnowicz   

Minor National Coordinator James Hunniford     

Major Coordinator Wayne Arguin                     

JR/SR Coordinator Brian Hills                      

Fundraiser Coordinator April Richardson             

Sponsor Coordinator Jerrie Williams                 

League Information Officer Bryan Maynard      

Equipment Coordinator  Will Smith             

Tournament Coordinator Nick Leon          




2017 JR
2017 JR League District 9 Champions
JR League wins District 9 Championship


   

 Cancellation Info          Inclement Weather 

                Call 703-792-3284 ALL DTQ FIELDS 

Call the Prince William County Parks & Rec hotline to find out if fields will be open due to inclement weather.   Field status is updated at 3:00 pm weekdays and at 7:00 am and 12:00 pm on the weekends.  



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