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9. - Posted September 23, 2012 8:37PM

I have been extremely impressed with the professional approach to Little League baseball.

8. - Posted July 21, 2012 2:52AM
I was inquiring about the Softball program...Is the league competitive? How many team are there typically for the 11-12 division? Would a child who has participated on an AAU team be challenged? We are new to the area and not sure where to begin to get our daughter into a softball league... we also have a son who would be at the machine pitch level and see good reviews for the baseball aspect of this league but not much about softball so any info would be helpfull...feel free to email me ..Thanks

7. - Posted June 2, 2012 4:57PM
Major Yankees & Rookie Fire

This is our first year here and I can say i've had a great time watching my kids play here. Both of their coaches are great and with a few exceptions, like anywhere, the other coaches are to. Still miss our old park but I just want to say I think you put on a great program.

6. - Posted February 3, 2012 7:34PM
Ball Drills & Tips

Very nice web site.       Best of luck.

Pete       Boulder, CO
P.S. There’s lots of good material you will find useful on the above site with over eighty tips, drills, contests and other ideas for coaches, players, and parents.   
Stop in and pick up some good tips -    they’re free.   

And, please feel free to share this site on your Links page.

5. - Posted August 26, 2011 9:35AM
Little League World Series - North Oldham Little League Boys

The journey comes to end but the memories will last a lifetime. There is no better way to end a Little League career than end it at Williamsport, Pennsylvania at the Little League World Series. The only word I can use to describe it is “Amazing”. What a team!! Thank you to all the players for your hard work, and dedication to this league and this team. To Brad, Wayne , and Chuck for teaching and coaching these great kids and putting it all together. To all the parents that gave of their time away from their home and their jobs for practices and games. Thanks to all of the fan support from LaGrange, Oldham County, and the great state of Kentucky as well as rest of the world supporters , That is why it makes this place a great place to live.

2011 Little League World Series Final 12 teams

2011 Great Lakes Regionals Champions

2011 Kentucky State Champions

2011 District 2 Champions

Players: Jacob DuBroja, Jacob Bates, Griffin McLarty, Jackson Mason, Zack Nicholas, Travis Faith, Justin Lowry, Grant Larimore, Trey Wills, and Nick McKinney Manager: Brad Bates Coaches: Wayne McKinney and Chuck Lowry.

The team, coaches, families and fans have represented North Oldham Little League, LaGrange, Oldham County, Kentucky, Great Lakes Region and the country with class and pride. I am very proud to be the President of North Oldham Litlle League. Thanks for letting me come along for the ride.


4. - Posted August 22, 2011 7:07PM
north oldham little league

So very proud of you guys!!! Great play at Williams port.

3. - Posted July 14, 2011 11:17PM
Valley Sports

Good luck to NOLL 9/10 Girls the rest of the way through the 2011 State Tournament. Bring that state tropy to District 2. The coaches, Tony,Mike and Rich are classy individuals who I look forward to competing with in the future.

Neill Luckett
Valley Sports 9/10 All-Star Coach

2. - Posted August 10, 2010 8:37AM
New Castle Little League

Thanks for a great weekend of baseball. The hospitality and sportsmanship the whole North Oldham group showed us was unparralled to anything we could have imagined. Good luck in 2011, you guys are a real class act!

1. - Posted July 27, 2010 4:23PM
New Castle Little League

Just wanted to send a big thianks to Brent and Brad for their efforts to make the Indiana/Kentucky 9/10 State Champion series happen. We look forward to great competition and and even greater experience as a whole.

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