North Howell Little League: Welcome
Welcome to the NHLL Registration Site
Please read below before
proceeding to registration.
Note - There will be a 25.00 late for for anyone registering after February 28th!
The following are the registration Fees for Pee Wee through Big League Divisions.
T-Ball is $25.00 per child.
1st Child $135.00
2nd child $100.00
3rd child $85.00
4th child Free
Volunteer Fee - $150.00 - Refundable at the conclusion of the season upon the completion of six (6) hours of volunteer time. Volunteer time can be performed in any of the following ways: concession stand duty, garbage collection, field work, team mom, umpiring, managing or coaching.
NHLL 2018 Raffle (raffle tickets)- $ 75.00 – For the Spring 2018 season the League will be raffling off a total of $5,000.00 in prizes during opening day ceremonies i.e. five (5) $1,000.00 winners.
below are the age breakdowns for registration purposes and brief descriptions of each Division.
T-Ball 4-5 year olds - this is an introductory level in that the players learn the very basic parts of the game. It is a non-competitive division, in which players use a "softie" baseball and hit exclusively off a tee.
Pee Wee 5-6 year olds
Rookie 7-8 year olds - this division is still non-competitive but the final stePp before a real hard ball is used. Kid pitch is predominately the method utilized, however, there will be some moments of coach-pitch. The ball is still soft, but slightly harder than what the kids will have used in prior levels. Most of the rules of the game are enforced at this level.
Minor 8, 9 - 10 year olds - this is the first of the League's competitive divisions, however still a developmental division. This division uses a hard ball. The players are following the majority of the baseball rules and playing in a real game with some modifications. The game is also officiated by umpires for the first time. The season culminates in a two game elimination tournament that lasts approximately two weeks.
Majors 11 and 12 year olds - this is a more competitive division, however still developmental with players having experienced multiple years in the various lower divisions. While this Division is open to all age appropriate boys and girls, the League does draft this division 1st and once that is complete, the Majors will not take any additional players. Games are played on the standard Little League 46/60 playing field with umpires and like the Minor Division culminates in a two game elimination tournament following the regular season.
Juniors 13 and 14 year olds - this is real baseball played on the 60/90 field with all the rules of the game in effect.
Seniors 15 and 16 year olds - basically the same as Juniors except that the players are a couple of years older.
Big League 16,17 and 18 year olds - basically the same as Seniors except that the players are a year older.
Teams will play two games a week - one game
during a weeknight (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) starting between
5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and one game on Saturday starting between 9:00 am
and 1:00 pm. Makeups will be played on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. The
regular season will last for 7 weeks followed by playoffs in the Minor Division
and up which usually last about two (2) weeks. All dates and times are
subject to change.
New Players – All new players will need to create new player records. Click "Create Account" to get started.
Returning players – All returning players may login using their account information.
The three steps in the registration process are to (1) create your user account (if necessary), (2) register one or more players and (3) complete payment and submit necessary documents.
Multiple Players - if you are registering multiple players you must do so in one session because if you register another child from the same family at a later date the system will not apply the family discount and will charge you again for the volunteer fee.
Document Submission - birth certificates are only required from new players; returning players are not required to submit a copy of their birth certificate. The following documents should be printed out from the League's website, filled out and either e-mailed or mailed to the League to complete the registration process: Medical Release Form and Volunteer Form (all volunteers). Documents should be e-mailed to the League's e-mail address - email@example.com.
This site is only compatible with a PC - do not try to register using a mobile device.
Remember your username & password as this system will be used going forward and it will make it easier for future registrations.
Any questions or concerns relating to the registration process should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All dates, times and prices and costs are subject to change without notice.