Friday, January 22, 2016

Northeast Seattle Little League Registration is Open


Registration for the 2016 season is underway for NESLL (Northeast Seattle Little League).

Wes Henrie, NESLL President, told the Laurelhurst Blog Staff that "the baseball/softball season is just around the corner and we're getting geared up for 2016."
He added:
Northeast Seattle Little League is your neighborhood little league – serving families who live in or go to school in the area bounded by the ship canal, NE 110th Street, Lake Washington, and 25th Avenue NE/Lake City Way.   
NESLL’s tee ball program for 5-6 year olds is a great way to introduce the game. NESLL’s softball program is a great way to get young girls involved in athletics and be a part of championship teams.  NESLL’s baseball program is for boys and girls ages 6-13 and a great opportunity to learn about teamwork and the fundamentals of the game.  
Kids aged 5-7 play tee ball. Kids 7-8 play farm league (either coach-pitch baseball or machine-pitch softball). Older age groups play in kid-pitch leagues, and teams are assembled after player assessment. 
For parents, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities within the league and with your child’s team.    
In 2014, Little League amended its residency requirements to allow children to play in the local league whose boundaries include where the school they attend is located. So, if a child’s school is located within the NESLL boundaries, that child can play with their school friends in NESLL. 
Join the more than 1,000 boys and girls from your neighborhood who play tee ball, coach-pitch baseball, machine-pitch softball, and competitive levels of baseball and softball.

Go here to register and for questions regarding baseball and tee ball questions contact For softball questions contact Scott Rossick at

For more information go here.   Follow NESLL on Facebook and on Twitter.

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