RLL is offering a Softball Skills Clinic at Fenwick High School
conducted by Fenwick Varsity and JV Softball Coaches and Players
Open to all Riverside Little League softball players, this clinic will teach proper fielding, batting and pitching fundamentals. This will be a great opportunity to learn from players and coaches at the High School level in a fun environment, helping to get your player ready for their season. Space is limited to the first 30 players at each age level below, so make sure to sign up ASAP. Cost of the clinic is $25, made payable to Fenwick High School. Please send registration forms & payment to Mike Manchen @ 465 Repton Rd. Deadline to sign up will be March 1st. Form is found here.
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I can’t believe another Riverside Little League Season is almost here. On line registration is OPEN and ends on Saturday, January 31st.
Little League continues to be a wonderful way to build a sense of community within our village. I would encourage all Riverside families with boys and girls ages 5-14 who live in or attend school in Riverside to participate in Little League this year. The community pride we experienced at last year’s 9- and 10-year old boys district and sectional playoffs was wonderful. In fact I saw great support for all of our teams throughout the year. It is so nice to pass by Big Ball Park on a weeknight and see so many families watching a girl’s softball game or Harrington for a Pee Wee baseball game.
This year the board will continue to strive toward improving the fields and the Little League experience in general. Our goal is to do our best to ensure that every kid, no matter what his or her skill level, has a great Little League experience in 2015.
The board and I look forward to seeing you on the baseball and softball fields this year.
Michael Gentile, Jr.
10 U Boys win Districts. Congratulations to the team!
Riverside 10U scouting report
Stephen Berger #00: One team's top pitchers who throws over 70 percent strikes
Miles Casey #23: Solid all-around player who plays shortstop and has a lively bat.
Jack Cronin #7: Power-hitting right fielder with solid glove
Gustavo Linares #21: Fastest player who hit .400 at district tourney.
Charlie Lyons #3: Another tremendous pitcher who pounds the zone.
Eddie Melidis #14: team sparkplug, great teammate.
Owen Murphy #10: Cleanup hitter with propensity for timely hits.
Jack Niekrasz #79: Closer with a great arm.
Grayson Pacourek #24: Centerfielder smashed a couple of key triples at district.
Nick Sacharski #13: Defensive wiz at second base.
TJ Sloan #1: Crowd favorite known for his flashy catches and speed.
Brian Twomey #28: Best all-around player. Shut down LaGrange in title game.
Brady Vaia #15: Leadoff hitter with best on-base percentage. Plays four positions.