North Oldham Little League: My Site News

Thursday, June 22
2017 Season

As the 2017 spring season at North Oldham Little League came to a close this past Tuesday night, we would like to congratulate the league winners Giants, Rockies, and Redsin the Baseball divisions and the Fire, Fillies and the Slammers in the Softball divisions. We want to thank all the managers and coaches that volunteered their time and effort teaching the kids this great game and the other parents that volunteered their time as well. We want to thank all our league team sponsors and supporters for supporting our league and our community.

In 2017, we had over 650 kids playing in the spring season, we welcomed new families to North Oldham Little League and unfortunately we had to say good-bye to others. There were plenty of memories that were made from first game, first game ball, first hit, a homerun, a diving catch, a come from behind victory, championship game, to the last game. We hope everyone had a great season and hope you return for fall ball or next years spring season.

Congratulations to all the Baseball and Softball all-stars and wish you well in your tournaments. We take a small break until all-stars start on Saturday and North Oldham Little League will be hosting the state softball tournament July 8th and we are now taking sign-ups for fall ball until July 18th.

Before you know it the 2018 season will be here to make more memories but lets enjoy the all-stars for the moment.

Wednesday, June 21
Tuesday Night Games

With great weather  to end the 2017 spring season Walsh Park had a great crowd as the final league championship was decided.   In the Minor Baseball Championship, the Rockies  took the championship with a 10-5 win over the Orioles.  Visit the game links for game highlights.   

We are now taking sign-ups for the 2017 fall Ball season.  Applications are available  at Handouts until July 18th.

baseball and Softball All-Stars  get underway on Saturday June 24 .  Visit the District website    for game schedules

Tuesday, June 20
Monday Night Games
   With great weather Monday night, Walsh Park was a busy place with two baseball championships that was decided and some all-star hardware was handed out.   In Major Baseball, the Giants took the Major Baseball championship over the Indians 13-9 helped by a six run second inning.  In Rookie Baseball, the Reds ended the season with a perfect 21-0 record  as they beat the Marlins  11-10 as Porter Salisbury knocked in Jake Whitaker with the winning run in the seventh inning.  Visit the game links for game highlights

Sunday, June 18
Saturday Games


        Despite the hot weather at Walsh Park on Saturday, its never to hot to pickup some hardware as three softball championships were decided and All-star trophies were handed out. Coach Pitch and T-ball teams ended their season as the little ones took their share of hardware home, while the Minor and Rookie Baseball divisions had their semi-finals. In Major Softball, the Fire took the Championship with a 9-1 win over the Slammers. In Minor Baseball, in the first Semi- Finals, The Rockies Chase Cissell hit his first homerun as they beat the Twins 8-7. In the Second game, the Orioles stopped the Pirates 16-11. In Minor Softball, the Fillies claimed the title with a 11-5 win over the Lightning. In Rookie Baseball Semi-Finals, the Reds came back on the Cardinals to win 7-4 and in the second game the Marlins defeated the Royals 13-9. In Rookie Softball, the Slammers scored twice in the sixth inning helped by doubles from Emma Fischer and Sophia Quillen and a base hit from Sarah Petitt with hits to beat the Knockouts 9-7 to win the Championship. Visit the game links for game highlights.

We hope that everyone in the Softball, Coach Pitch and T-Ball divisions had a great and fun season and hope to see you in Fall Ball or next spring. Major and Rookie Baseball divisons will have their championship on Monday at 6pm. Minor League Baseball is Tuesday at 6pm.

Major: Indians and Giants

Rookie: Reds and Marlins

Minor: Rockies and Orioles

Saturday, June 17
Friday Night Games
          It was a hot night at Walsh park on Friday night as the semifinals were played. In Major Baseball, 7-6 was the scores in both games as the Indians knocked off the Bluejays in the first game and in the second game the Giants needed seven innings to beat the Yankees. In Minor Softball, the Lightning came back on the Stingers 12-10. In Rookie Softball, the Slammers took care of the Bombers to 16-4.  Visit the game links for game highlights.

Wednesday, June 14
2017 Fall Ball Sign-ups Spring Coaches Evaluation

         Sign-ups :Will be available on website until July 18th To sign-up fill out application above and mail application and check ($70 per player) to before July 18 ,2017 ($10 late Fee) North Oldham Little League P.O. Box 713 LaGrange, Ky. 40031 Make Checks payable to N.O.L.L.

 Also available is Coaches evaluation form for the Spring season mail in or turn in at concession stand.

There will be a limited number of players for each division. So sign up early. Last year we had to turn players away because the rosters were full and they were late signing up.. Every player parents must work one time in the concession stand for their team 5:15pm to 8:15pm

Fall Ball games will start End of August ends Mid-October . Practices will start first week of August.

 Will play 2 games a week Monday thru Friday(plus 8pm) games. Saturday and Sunday will be used as rain-out dates. At least that’s the game plan.

If you are interested in being a manager or coach please mark on the application. WE HAD A PROBLEM FINDING MANAGERS LAST YEAR SO PLEASE VOLUNTEER any questions call Brad Clifford 758-5183(please do not call after 9:00pm) www.northoldhamlittleleague.netFall-Ball Application  are now available until July 18th.

Handout: 2017 Fall Ball Sign-up Application and Coaches evaluation

Monday, June 12
We say good-bye and Thank You


 As we enter the final week of the 2017 season.  We  have some young men and young ladies that will play their their last regular season game at North Oldham Little League over the next two nights. Some players  have  played just one year or  have played here for eight years. We have enjoyed having them and their families being part of the North Oldham Little League family. Wish everyone success whatever you do in the future.  Isaac Starr, David Hinkle, Conner Krake, Andrew Rodgers, Lee Reisch, Chris Easley, Kyle Cummings, Samuel Oldham, Reed Sanders, Cody Buechele, Colton Buechele, Cody Brayden Gossett, Ian Gross, Jude Myers, Ethan Mutchler, Jack Harris, Kevin Cook, Nathan Hale, Dallas Cheatham, Xander Townsend, Cole Atkins, Burton Keck, Caleb Francis, Hunter Haydon, Tyler Cissell, Trenton Snyder, Luke Amburgey, Alex Dunkle, Ben Dunkle, Lucas Wood, Brady Elwell, Brady Guest, Wade Mettling, Travis Edgar, Travis Edgar, Eli Robson, Mack Williams, Mason Baker, Tatum Holland, Isaac payne, Trent Simpson, Christian D'Antoni, Tyler Klein, Frederick Scarborough, Aiden Dunham, Aaron Aubrey, Ike Johnson, Isaac Moody, Andrew Fischer, Reagan Hornback, Desiree Levier, Hailey Collier, Alana Hagan, Anna Gerdes, Megan Froehle, Rileyann Willet, McKenna Ritchie, Kate Petitt, Jazmynn Sowards, Ashyln Becker, Holly Isaacs,Kaleigh Boyd, Kendall Gaddie, Alexis Borneman, Callie Pate, Aaliyah Wilson, Nancyana Cremona, Hannah Davis, Hailey Ramer, Emma Hadley. 

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Wednesday, March 22
North Oldham Little League upcoming Games

North Oldham Little League upcoming games and game results are listed below Divisions are marked by abbreviations Major League Baseball = (mj),  Minor League Baseball = (mn),  Rookie League Baseball = (rk),  Major League Softball = (mjs), Minor League Softball = (mns), Rookie League = (rks),  Coach-Pitch = (cp), T-Ball = (tb),  Challenger= (c),  S enior Softball = (srs).  For game summary and  highlights of each game clink the game link.   



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