Registration is open for the Northeast Seattle Little League (NESLL), 2017 season for tee ball (ages 5-7) and baseball (7 and older) and softball.
Wes Henrie, NESLL President told the Laurelhurst Blog:
For parents looking to introduce their young children to athletics or baseball, NESLL’s tee ball program is a great way to introduce the game. The program is led by NESLL’s player development coordinator, Joe Lampitt, along with Baseball Positive, a baseball fundamentals program for younger players, new coaches, and parents.
NESLL’s softball program, the fastest growing program in NESLL, is a great way to get young girls involved in athletics and be a part of championship teams. There are opportunities for girls of all ages to compete and play against teams from across the region. NESLL has fielded championship teams at both the city and district level.
NESLL’s baseball program has opportunities for boys and girls ages 6-16 to learn about teamwork and the fundamentals of the game.
For parents, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities within the league and with your child’s team. If you’re interested in volunteering, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Henrie said that last season, NESLL had more than 1,000 players and 76 teams from baseball, softball, and tee ball.
For baseball and tee ball questions contact email@example.com and for softball questions contact Scott Rossick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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