Little League Texas District 16: Welcome

Welcome to the Texas East District 16 web site


District 16 of Texas East proudly supports the law which allows any woman to breast feed her child when she deems it is necessary, any harassment or provocation by any League/Persons will not be allowed during any District Level or above games and shall not be condoned for any regular season games.

State of Texas Health and Safety Code - Chapter 165. Breast Feeding Sec. 165.002


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*****For Meeting and Tournament Dates please go to the District News Tab******* 

 Here you will find important district information. Select 'Calendar' for schedule of activities and 'Links' for web site of district leagues. Texas East District 16 is located in Houston Texas and is part of Texas East. It is dedicated to building  good sportmanship, honorable character, value of teamwork and respect for others while providing basic fundamental baseball skills.

Texas District 16 includes the following leagues,

Bayland Park LL;    Bear Creek LL;    Bellaire LL;    First Colony LL:    Katy American LL;    
Katy National LL;  
   Memorial Ashford LL;  Missouri City LL;  Neartown LL;   Post Oak LL;      
Spring Branch AM. LL;  Westbury LL;      W
est Oaks LL;      West University Am. and Nat'l LL

District 16 is 100% A.S.A.P. Approved, Congratulations to all for your hard work in getting this accomplished and a big Thank You to Susan Krus the District Safety Officer for her tenacity.


West University Seniors repeat as 2015 World Series Winners

Wednesday, June 10
District 16 Tournament Winners

District 16Tournament winners are shown below.

9 Yr. Old -          First Colony LL

13 Yr. Old -         West University LL

9-10 Yr. Old -      Post Oak LL

10-11 Yr. Old -     West University Am. LL

Majors -               Bellaire LL

Intermediate -   Post Oak LL

Juniors -            Post Oak LL

News - List of sex offenders - News

A listing of registered sex offenders in your area can be obtained by logging to the web page, Once on the web page follow the screen instructions to obtain addresses and other pertinent information. This information can then be posted unto your league web page and/or displayed on your field. This is very important for the overall protection of children in Little League Baseball.