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RWCLL congratulates the following winners of the Hit-a-Thon/Home Run Derby

We would also like to correct an error that was made, in the A division the First place trophy should have gone to Aaron Maier for hitting the ball 161 feet.  A typing error occurred resulting in the error.  RWCLL board is sorry for the error.

We Raised over $40,000

Hit-A-Thon/Home Run Derby Top Fundraisers

3rd  $100 at Goetz Bros.

Majors    Jack London Kitchen and Bath   $500

Anthony Neo Marcos

2nd   2015 Easton Mako Bat

Woddside Deli         $740

Alejandro Galindo

1st  4 Season passes to Great America

Mayers Jewelers    50/70  $1006

Ben Singler

Top Fundraising Teams

Each top fundraising team will receive a pizza party at Mountain Mikes in Redwood City. 

Tball   with $$1025   Dragons

A   with $955   Rays

AA    with $907  Padres
AAA   with $1080   Decker Electric Co

Majors   with $1270   Woodside Deli

50/70    with $1987   Mayers Jewelers

Hit-a-Thon Longest Hits

2015 Hit-a-Thon

T-Ball 2nd  Place

Benjamin DeLaCruz

129’

 

2015 Hit-a-Thon

T-Ball 1st  Place

Matthew Majalya

160’

 

2015 Hit-a-Thon

A 3rd Place

Jeremiah Arias

156.4’

 

2015 Hit-a-Thon

A 2nd Place

Tyler Shade

159’

 

2015 Hit-a-Thon

A 1st Place

Aaron Maier

161’

 

2015 Hit-a-Thon

AA 2nd Place

Tyler Cabose

212’

 

2015 Hit-a-Thon

AA 1st Place

Harry Pelzman

213’

Home Run Derby Most Home Runs

2015 Home Run Derby

AAA 2nd Place

Ryan Dodge

1 Home Run / 22 pts

 

2015 Home Run Derby

AAA 1st Place

Russ Lamson Jr.

1 Home Run / 26 pts

 

2015 Home Run Derby

Majors 2nd Place

Patrick Crowley

4 Home Runs / 51 pts

 

2015 Home Run Derby

Majors 1st Place

Juan Diaz

5 Home Runs / 58 pts

 

2015 Home Run Derby

50/70 2nd Place

Andrew Williams

6 Home Runs / 61 pts

 

2015 Home Run Derby

50/70 1st Place

Kevin Alarcon

6 Home Runs / 65 pts

 

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 

2015 Hit-a-Thon/Home Run Derby

a HUGE success!

Raffle Prize Winners are listed below.

Please pick-up your prizes at Opening Day

 

$10 Yumi Yogurt Gift Card  5 Winners

Andrew Ortiz

Adlai Warner

Luisaldo Herrera

Gregory Tetelbaum

Matthew Orton

 

$15 iTunes Gift Card   3 Winners

Clay Neal

Jack Ryan

Dylan Barnwell

 

Lizard Skin Bat Grip    4 Winners

Drake Tellez

Alejandro Galindo

Tyler Cabose

Stefanos Rosenbaum

 

CINEMARK Movie Tickets   6 Winners

Zachariah Brosius

Thor Hwasta

Jacob McCollum

Theo Snydman

Lilly Lyssand

Michael DeAntoni

 

 

Easton Mako Youth Baseball Bat    1 Winner

Connor Davison

 

Goetz Bros. $25 Gift Certificate      2 Winners

Thomas Gibson

Tyler Headley

 

Great America  2015 Gold Season Pass    1 Winner

Anthony Dearing

 

Redwood City Little League Sweat Shirt       2 Winners

Jack Kapase

Abbey Cardenas

 

Black Bat Backpacks     4 Winners

Andrew Duh

Julian Ceballos          

Alex Martin-Alor

Nicholas Young

 

2   San Francisco Giants Little League Day Tickets   Sunday, May 3rd

Giants vs Los Angeles Angels    5 Winners

Jacob McCollum

Christian Bustos

Dominic Troche

Ryan Ohlfs

Trent Amoroso

 

Youth Large Batting Gloves    1 Winner

            Lucas Matheria

 

Adult Medium Batting Gloves    1 Winner

   Calvin Lundell             

 

Orange and Black Trex Bike     1 Winner

Braeden Wall

 

1 pair  Nike Elite Socks      4 Winners

Aiden Olson

Mario Garcia

Webster Antonchuk

Gabriel Ovlen

 

Go Pro Helmet Camera     1 Winner       

Andrew Esteverena

 

Autographed   Willie McCovey Ball    1 Winner

Tyler Smith               

 

Players who raised $150 or more earned a pair of

Nike Elite Socks! Players will receive a gift certificate

for the socks that can be redeemed at Goetz Bros.

 

50/70 Division

Nicholas Hart

Ben Singler

Andrew Williams

Dillon Goetz

Zak Sullivan

Garrett Faure

Peter Klopp

Jackson Weber

Dylan Barnwell

Jacob McCollum

 

Majors

Alejandro Galindo

Joe Mascher

Casey Orton

Ryan Beck

Aroosh Kumar

Alexandre Atkins

Asher Ezrin

Rocky Knuedler

Matthew Bevilacqua

Patrick Crowley

Ethan Aronson

Sean Wilkins

Anthony Neo Marcos

Dylan Pokorney

Adrian Austin

Logan Brattesani

Sam Haslam

 

AAA

Colin Chad

William Gadth

Matthew Orton

Angus Hamilton

Clay Neal III

Wyatt Ellis

Abigail Goetz

Zachary Graham

Adam Yusuf

Jack Lanham

Zachary Nicolas

Alex Gogan

Jeremy Gory

Jacob Neves

Carlos Garibay

Eamon Smith-Johnson

Cedrik Von Briel

 

AA

Diego Rios

Samuel Swanson

Tyler Cabose

Timmy Harrison

David DeCastro

Cameron Connor

Andrew Duh

Ethan Deng

Dominick Troche

Shawn Royer

Rigel Lay

Diego Comfort

Isaiah Korosy

 

 

A

Giovanni Decottignies

Thor Hwasta

Alex Lee

Eli Palafox

Andrew Pocasangre

Matteo Chocano

Tobin Schleifer

Aaron Maier

Josiah Korosy

Tyler Smith

Anderson Comfort

Nico Nurisso

 

T-Ball

Evan Dianda

Armando Santos

Julio Santos

Michael DeAntoni

Samuel Johnson

Samuel Swenson

Drake Tellez

Aiden Olson

Carter Morr

Daniel Ibarra

Abigail Deng

Braden Peacock

Charlie Dalrymple

HEADLINES  Subscribe to Redwood City Little League
Menlo Park Legends Baseball Camp
03/24/2015
The Legends Baseball Experience is a one of a kind summer camp...
Opening Day Procedures
03/20/2015
Redwood City Little League Families,   Tomorrow is the...
Understand Little Leagues Age Change - From Williamsport
11/30/2014
In April, 2014 the International Congress approved the new league...
Redwood City Little League Claims 1st District 52 Title of 2014
06/23/2014
The first District 52 Title of the 2014 season goes to Redwood City...
Looking for Umpires! Sign up Today!
01/07/2013
Did you ever think that you could be a great umpire? Do you want...
 
Menlo Park Legends Baseball Camp

The Legends Baseball Experience is a one of a kind summer camp coached by the players and coaches of the nationally recognized Menlo Park Legends collegiate team. Our infamous 5:1 camper to coach ratio allows for private and small group instruction and our innovative coaching methods integrate drills, games and exciting contests to ensure your child is having fun and building confidence while developing new skills. 

Sign up for the Dugout Experience aftercamp program and your child will head to a Legends game to be a batboy, participate in between innings activities and hang out in the dugout as they watch their coaches play in a real live game. After all, its more than a camp – its an experience!

Go to http://www.menloparklegends.com and sign up before March 31 to get the $25 early bird discount!

 

 

by posted 03/24/2015
Opening Day Procedures

Redwood City Little League Families,

 
Tomorrow is the big day!  This email contains important information about where coaches and kids need to be for opening day ceremonies at McGarvey field at Red Morton on Saturday.  The ceremony is to begin at 10:30am while players and coaches should arrive at 10:00am.  
 
Team Number
 
Every team has a team number.  Each manager will need to check in and get a sign with their team number on it.  You can find your team number here *(make sure you are looking at your division as some team names are duplicated).
 
Maps
 
  • This map * is where teams need to line up prior to the start of the ceremony.  Start lining up at 10:00.  Parents of small kids: walk your child to their coach so that they do not get lost. 
  • This map * shows the parade route.  We will start with announcing team 80 (50/70), then 79, and so on,  and end with team 1 (T-ball).  Each team will run through the tunnel, towards home plate, then back up the side of the field to their new meeting spot.
  • This map * shows where the teams need to end after going through the parade.  Cones will mark off locations where the teams meet.
  • At the end of the ceremony, coaches of lower divisions will stay with their team on the field until all parents pick their children up.  Coaches, please at least stay on the side you are on (evens on the right, odds on the left) to help parents find you.
*all documents can be found in the documents tab on rwcll.org
 
Reminders
 
  • All players need to be dressed in uniform.  They do not need to bring anything with them.
  • While the weather is supposed to be mild, if it is sunny, the turf will make it feel hotter.  Please apply sunscreen and make sure the kids have eaten a solid breakfast/snack prior to the ceremony.
  • Coaches of lower divisions:  While we will do our best to keep the ceremony moving, we know this can be tough for the young kids to stay in one place.  It could be a good idea to bring a backpack with a few small snacks/water just in case.  
  • Bring some cash to play carnival games after the ceremony!  Rumor has it there will be a dunk tank - you might just get to dunk your favorite coach!  All proceeds will go to RWCLL!
 
Play Ball!
 
~RWCLL Opening Day Committee
 

by posted 03/20/2015
Understand Little Leagues Age Change - From Williamsport

In April, 2014 the International Congress approved the new league age determination amendment for Little League Baseball®.  To implement the new amendment, it was decided to include a three-year waiting period to execute the change, starting in 2018. Questions from the field were raised about the impact the change would have on players that were currently league age 8 under the traditional system.  Using feedback from Little League® parents through our District Administrators, the Little League International Board of Directors adjusted the April-approved implementation strategy in order to modify the impact on all of our minor and major division players. The adjustment also allows for an easier transition for players in the early years of Little League participation.

As a result of this recent adjustment to the implementation strategy, effective immediately, any player born on or after January 1, 2006 who will turn the ages of 4-9 during the 2015 calendar year will be eligible to participate in a local Little League program and will use the new age determination date of December 31 for the reminder of their Little League Baseball career. Players will still be assigned to a division based on local league divisional structure.

 

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Consequently, players born prior to January 1, 2006 will continue to utilize the current age determination date of April 30 for the remainder of their Little League career.

 

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As stated, with this implementation strategy adjustment the impact on our players will be reduced, with the exception of a marginal impact on players currently participating in the very early stages of their Little League career. Furthermore, our continued focus on fun, fitness and fundamentals at the Tee Ball Division will assist local leagues as they look to provide a smooth transition to the Coach/Machine Pitch divisions of play while still developing a passion for the game as well as focusing on skill development.

This change ensures that no player will lose a year of participation in the Little League Majors Division that culminates with the annual Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, Pa.


by posted 11/30/2014
Redwood City Little League Claims 1st District 52 Title of 2014

RWCLL - District 52 Champs

The first District 52 Title of the 2014 season goes to Redwood City Little League. Our 50/70 team swept San Mateo in 2 straight games to take the Champions' banner. The boys now will travel to Dublin on Saturday to play the District 45 representative at 11:00AM in the Section 3 Tournament. 


by posted 06/23/2014
Looking for Umpires! Sign up Today!


Did you ever think that you could be a great umpire? Do you want to make a difference in your child’s Little League experience, but don’t have time to coach? Well here’s your chance. Umpiring is a way to get on back on a Little League field and lead the kids of the Redwood City Little League through fast, fun, fair, and safe Little League games. We’re looking for adults and youths 10-18* to help umpire in our Minors, Major, and Big Field Divisions. It’s a challenge, lots of fun and it’s a great way to participate in Little League even if you only have a few hours to offer.

*To umpire at age 10-12, you must be currently playing in RWCLL Majors.


How do I get started?
First, sign up by completing our interest form by Clicking Here.  We will then send you a invite you to one of our umpire training sessions. You’ll be trained by experienced RWCLL umpires on the rules and field mechanics. You’ll sign up for games with our scheduler to umpire games that fit your schedule, usually with a partner. All RWCLL umpires are issued an umpire shirt, a hat, a ball/ strike indicator and a Little League Rule Book.


Youth Umpiring-A First Job
We look at our youth umpire program with pride as as we have trained a number of former players to develop leadership skills on the baseball field. As a youth umpire, you will earn $25.00 per game or if you want to earn community service hours in lieu of pay we can do that as well. For many kids, this is their first paid job. Also, just ask a dad or mom who has umpired with their son or daughter. Umping games together can be a rewarding, enriching shared experience that you will talk about for years.

Welcome the Redwood City Little League Umpire Corps. Play ball!


FOR MORE INFO CONTACT: Ponch Robles at 


by posted 01/07/2013
Game Results
Field Status
Bechet Field (AA) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Garfield - Menlo Park OPEN (3/31) 
Griffin Field (AA) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Hawes Field (NA) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Henry Ford (TBall -Dirt) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Henry Ford (TBall-Grass) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Hoover - Charter St (A) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
John Gill Elementary (A) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Kennedy School (AAA) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Kiwanis Field (M) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
McGarvey Field (J) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
McKinley Field (AAA) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Mitchell Field (M) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Pacific Shores (AAA) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Pacific Shores (J) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Roosevelt (AAA) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Roosevelt (TBall) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Roy Cloud (A) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Selby Lane (AA) - Atherton OPEN (3/31) 
Taft (AA - Eighth St) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
Taft (M - Bay St) - Redwood City OPEN (3/31) 
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