North Oldham Little League: My Site News

Sunday, April 20
Make-up Pictures


If you miss  Picture day on Saturday . We will have make-up day on Tuesday, April 22 at Walsh Park pavilion (by the parking lot.)  5:00pm - 8:00pm

Sunday, April 20
Saturday Games

       With great weather it was another busy Saturday at Walsh Park with picture Day and we had  plenty of exciting games played.  Big Thanks to all the Minor Baseball Division parents and players that helped with Clean-up day this morning.  Thanks to everyone that made picture day run so smoothly.  In game Action in Major baseball, the Dodgers  & tigers started the day off with a eight inning game  with Dodgers prevailing with a 10-9 win,  The redsoxs defeated the Pirates 17-3 and the Braves won in the bottom of the sixth inning  to beat the Cardinals 5-4.  in Major Softball the Bombers defeated Henry County 20-4.  In Minor Baseball, the nationals beat the Cubs 6-3, Indians edged the D-Backs 7-5 and  the Reds took down the Bluejays 6-4.  In Minor Softball, The Fillies defeated the Stingers 12-6 and the Lightning defeated the Slammers  12-5.  In rookie Baseball, the Twins, Brewers, Orioles and rangers came out on top for the day with wins.  Visit the game links below for game highlights.

Saturday, April 19
Friday Night game

With great weather  Walsh park was busy as we had the first night  of double headers.  In Major baseball the Pirates defeated the Redsox 4-1. In Major Softball the Stingers traveled to Trimble County for  a 14-0 shutout win.  In Minor Baseball, the Yankees needed their last at bat to beat the Mariners 7-6.  In the night cap the Bluejays took down the Reds 11-5. In Minor Softball, the Lightning took care of the Fillies 8-4.  the Lady Slugger topped the Slammers 12-8.  In Rookie baseball, the Padrs won  on their last at bat to beat the angels 10-9.  The Whitesoxs held off the Rangers 11-5.   The Twins took the night cap with a 16-8 win  over the Royals visit the game links below for game summaries.

Friday, April 18
Thursday Night Games

With the weather getting better , there was plenty of good game to watch at Walsh Park on Thursday night.  In Major Baseball, the Braves hit four homeruns as they defeated the Redsoxs from Trimble County 10-2. The Cardinals traveled to to Trimble County with 4-0 shutout.  In Minor Baseball the  Nationals scored in  every inning to beat the Cubs 15-4. In Minor Softball, the Stingers took care of the Knockouts 16.- 6.  In Rookie Baseball the Whitesoxs defeated the Orioles 15-10.  In Rookie Softball,  Bombers held off a late rally by the Knockouts to win 11-8.  The Fire went to Trimble County a picked a win with a 12-3 score.  Visit thee game links below for game summaries.

Thursday, April 17
Wednesday Night Games

It was a cool breezy night at Walsh Park on Wednesday night. with plenty of great games. In Major Baseball, the Tigers  defeated the Dodgers 6-2. In Major Softball the Fillies had a three run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning to beat the Bombers 9-8.  The indians needed extra innings  to beat D-Backs in seven innings 5-4. In Minor Softball,  the Lady Slugglers defeated the knockouts 9-4. In Rookie Baseball,  the Angels held off a late rally by the Astros to win 10-9.  For game summaries of each game visit the game links below.

Sunday, March 30
Tribute to Tricia

Tribute to Tricia
North Oldham Little League lost a wonderful Baseball Mom and person as Tricia Amburgey lost her fight with cancer this past October. She handled the fight with a great fighting spirit, determination, grace and humility and touched so many people life's. Her fighting spirit will always be remembered at North Oldham Little League and there will always be a presence of it at Walsh Park. With her husband Don, They were always there to watch their three kids Abby, Trevor, and Luke play ball at Walsh Park. To honor Tricia every ballplayer at North Oldham Little League will have a decal on their jersey for the 2014 season.

2014 League Supporters -THANK YOU

Still need team sponsors for the 2014 season only $150

We want thank our league supporters for the upcoming season.  North Oldham Little League is still looking for  Team Sponsors/ fence advertisements for the upcoming 2014 season.   If your business or your employer is interested in being a team sponsor and/or buy fence advertisement.  Go to Handouts at our  website for form.  

Our supporters so far, for the upcoming 2014 season   THANK YOU

5 Star Pawn

Bluegrass Generation

Financial Solutions

Internal Medicine& Pediatrics

Oldham County Farm Bureau

Hasken Properties

Theiss Home furnishings

Kinser & Kinser

Blue Bell Creameries

LaGrange Animal Hospital

E.A. Schmeing Excavating

Hometown Pizza

Bluegrass Eye Center

Klempner Excavating

American Legion -Oldham County Post #39

Big "O" Tires

Gustavo’s Mexican Grill

Champions Chevrolet- Buick - GMC  

Farm Credit Mid-America

Durbin Horseshoeing & Equine Dentistry

LaGrange Dairy Queen

Buckner Plumbing

Vonasch Automotive  

Finchville Farms Country Hams

Apex Physical Therapy


G. Browning Masonry  

Apex Physical Therapy 

Randalls Roofing  

Tri-County Ford

Springdale Automotive  

Kosair Childrens Medical Center Brownsboro

Norton Brownsboro Hospital

Masters Roofing


Stivers Farms

Slechter Law Firm

Central Construction

Salon Conture

Q & A Sweet Treats

Adventure Christian Church

Thompson Heating

Events Imaging & Awards

Corbett Cosmetic

James & Wells PSC

Stock Yards Bank & Trust

Gaddie Eye Center

Line Drive Photography  


Beth Holloway - Semonin Realtors

 Encompass DDC

LaGrange Service Center  

K & G Tire Pros

Crisis Management

Oldham County Pediatrics

BYOU Fitness  

Dick's Sporting Goods

Penguin Supply  

Domino's Pizza

Awards Center  

K & S Automotive

LaGrange Farmers Market & Artisans  


Important Rule Change for the 2014

Because of the new rule ,children that go to schools at Lagrange,Liberty,Buckner,Centerfield,and Locust Grove elementary Schools, Oldham County & East Oldham Middle Schools and Oldham County High School that live outside North Oldham Little League Boundaries, now can play at North Oldham Little League and be eligible for all-stars. Read below for more information

From Little League Baseball

As we enter into the 75th year of Little League, we want to advise you of several important changes to the rules and regulations that you’ll see in the 2014 Little League® Rulebooks. We hope that these changes help make your entire season a successful one, and we look forward to celebrating our Diamond Anniversary with you throughout the year.

Residency and School Attendance Eligibility

In an effort to accommodate for Little Leaguers to play with their classmates, and ease the burden on parents and guardians, Little League has amended its residency requirements to allow children to play in the local league whose boundaries where they attend school is located. To verify enrollment, parents will need to bring an official school document, such as a report card or school enrollment form, confirming enrollment in the school for the current academic year, dated before October 1, 2013. Read the full text of the new rule here.

"Little League is always looking for more ways to give all children the opportunity to have the best Little League experience possible," said Patrick Wilson, Little League Senior Vice President of Operations and Program Development. "This new rule will provide more flexibility for families to participate in the leagues that best fits their children."

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Thursday, March 20
Game Schedules

Games schedules are now on the website.  Sorry for the delay.

when look at the website each division has  its own abbreviation
Major League baseball =mj
Minor League Baseball =  mn
Rookie League Baseball = rk
Senior League  Baseball = sr 
Major League Softball =mjs
Minor League Softball =  mns
Rookie League Softball = rks
Senior League  Softball = srs

Coach Pitch = CP

T-Ball = TB                  

Challenger = C 

Hopefully there is no mistakes  if there is please me know I will get fixed each manager will have an official schedule