WHEN: FRIDAY- MONDAY, FEB 26th- March1st
Where: DICKS Sporting Goods-Harrisburg
What: Bring the flyer linked above to receive 20% off throughout the store * or Redeem the online code for 20% off Team Sports and Cleats.
Your child is eligible to play in Hershey Little League (HLL) if:
For players ages 4 to 12 (as per Little League International's age determination rules), they are a resident of Derry Township, East Hanover Township, South Hanover Township, Londonderry Township, Conewago Township, or Hummelstown Borough.
For players ages 13 to 19, they are a resident of Derry Township.
Cost - $60.00* Provides an opportunity for boys and girls ages 4 to 18 (or up to age 22 if still attending high school), with physical and developmental challenges to enjoy the full benefits of participation in the Hershey Little League program. Challenger games are non-competitive and played on the same fields using the same equipment as other levels of HLL play.
Tee Ball (ages 4 – 6)
Cost - $90.00* Entry level. Batting tee, fundamentals, safety and fun are emphasized. Score and standings are not kept. Coaches are allowed on the field to instruct. Home field is Koons Park Lower field. 1½ hour games. Safety baseball used. Games begin in early-April.
Colts (ages 7 – 8)
Cost - $110.00* Coach and player pitch. Coaches are allowed on the field to instruct. Standings are not kept. Home field is Koons Park Upper field. 1½ hour games. Safety balls used. Games begin in early-April.
Minors (ages 9 – 10) and Majors (ages 11 – 12)
Cost - $135.00* Player pitch, umpire, stealing, and competitive play. Games are scored and standings kept with playoffs and league championships. 3 innings and a 1 at-bat minimum per player each game. Home fields are North (Minors) and South (Majors). Skills evaluation held for league parity. Games begin in April. All-Star teams are selected in mid-June and All-Star play runs from late-June until late-July. If your child makes an All-Star team, there will be additional player fees.
Teeners (13s) (Capital Area Intermediate League)
Cost - $170.00* Modified field dimensions (75ft bases, 54 ft pitchers mound). 2 umpires and local area travel (ex: Middletown, Hummelstown, Linglestown, Paxton). Home field is Plaza Field and Shank Park #4 (field below parking lot at top of park). Tryouts in late March to determine Hershey team assignments (may field more than one team each season). Season begins in mid-April.
Teeners (14s) (East Shore League)
Cost - $170.00* Major League Baseball dimensions. Bat size restrictions ( must use -3 bats), 2 umpires and local area travel (ex: Middletown, Hummelstown, Linglestown, Paxton). Home field is Pebble Beach & Founders Park. Tryouts in late March to determine Hershey team assignments (may field more than one team each season). Season begins in mid-April.
Teeners (15s) (Suburban League)
Cost - $170.00 Major League Baseball dimensions. Bat size restrictions, 2 umpires and local area travel. Home field is Memorial Field. This is a like a travel team and there may be tryouts. If your child does not make this team they will play in Senior Teeners if they are 15 or in either Capital Area Intermediate or East Shore Teener league if they are under 15. Season begins in May.
Sr. Teener/Legion (ages 16 – 19)
Cost - $210.00 Major League Baseball dimensions. Bat size restrictions, 2 umpires and local area travel. Home field is Memorial Field. Legion is a tryout team and cuts are made. If a player does not make the Legion team they will play for Sr. Teeners. The season begins AFTER High School baseball ends which is typically in May.
Hello HLL Community members:
Please see below your reorganized HLL Board of Directors for the 2021 Season. As we approach the new season, please know that your BoD members are already working on all of the "behind the scenes" challenges for holding another successful HLL season. If you have any questions please reach out to your HLL BoD members.
|Board Member||Term Begin||Term End|
|Argento, Dom||Sept. 2018||Sept. 2021|
|Bolton, Matt||Sept. 2018||Sept. 2021|
|Callahan, Eric||Sept. 2018||Sept. 2021|
|Carnecchia, Brian||Sept. 2020||Sept. 2023|
|Coulter, Matthew||Sept. 2019||Sept. 2022|
|Fackler, Aaron (President)||Sept. 2019||Sept. 2022|
|Garver, Jason||Sept. 2019||Sept. 2022|
|Gingrich, Mike (Vice President)||Sept. 2020||Sept. 2023|
|Hartzfeld, Steven||Sept. 2018||Sept. 2021|
|Johnson, Brian||Sept. 2020||Sept. 2023|
|McCurdy, Myron (Secretary)||Sept. 2019||Sept. 2022|
|Meister, Pat (Treasurer)||Sept. 2018||Sept. 2021|
|Schwenk, Matt||Sept. 2019||Sept. 2022|
|Smith, Robert||Sept. 2019||Sept. 2022|
|Smith, Scott||Sept. 2019||Sept. 2022|
|Umbrell-Sevenack, Jessica||Sept. 2018||Sept. 2021|
2020 HLL Annual Meeting and Board Elections 9/20/20
Hello HLL Community. There will be several current HLL Board members completing their 3-year term this fall. Please consider stepping up to help lead and guide HLL each month as a Board member--three year voluntary commitment.
The HLL Annual Meeting and board elections will be held on Sunday September 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the downstairs of the Hershey Italian Lodge. Covid mitigation strategies are required if attending the meeting.
Any volunteers interested in serving on the HLL Board should send a short bio and your interest in serving on the board ASAP to Matt Coulter, the HLL Secretary.
Hello Hershey Little League community members,
With the news of the increasing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to inform you that your Hershey Little League (HLL) Board is taking this situation very seriously. We are monitoring the situation closely, and as a member of Little League International, we are following their recommendations, and the guidelines set by the World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the PA public health department including guidance from Dauphin County and our DTSD.
As such, we encourage all those participating in the HLL – including players, volunteers, families, and fans – to follow the best practices as outlined by the CDC. These currently include: washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds (if soap and water are not available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer); avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands; and avoid close contact with people who are sick. We also encourage you to limit close, physical contact with others (including shaking hands—players and coaches could substitute tipping caps/visors instead of shaking hands at the end of a practice or game); and make sure all players have their own water/drink bottles and are not sharing.
As a small, community-based Board, HLL will continue to consult with our County and Local authorities regarding recommendations and best practices on how to proceed with large gatherings of people, etc. and will update everyone with any changes in HLL programming or activities using an extreme abundance of caution as our guide.
Finally, if you or your child are ill; have a fever, cough, or respiratory condition; have a compromised immune system; are in any other group that may be at an increased risk of contracting a virus like the coronavirus; or have recently traveled to a country listed on the CDC’s Risk Assessment by Country, we encourage you or your child to refrain from Hershey Little League-related activities until cleared by your healthcare provider.
Thank you for your commitment to HLL, the safety and best interest of our children and your ongoing support to both.