HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Batter up!

After the regular Little League season was canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus health crisis, the youth organization is offering players a Summer Sandlot program to develop skills and intereact with other players.

Hasbrouck Heights Little League (HHLL) is planning to have enough players for two groups. The 6 to 8 years olds will be coach-pitch baseball or softball. There will be another group for players nine to 12 years old. 

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Registration is open until Sunday, June 28. Summer Sandlot is only available for those who chose to participate in a 2020 Season, or who have rolled their registration over to 2021.  Participants registration fees for 2020 will be rolled to the 2021 Spring Season.  There will be no registration fee for Sandlot games, but they will ask for a $5 donation per game on the honor system.

The first couple of weeks will be spring training. There will be two games per week.  There will be sign ups for each week of play and players will be split evenly on teams. No uniforms will be used, so players can wear their favorite team colors or uniforms. Players be will be required to have their own equipment, as well as a heart guard and protective cup. 

There will be no minimum number of games required by players.  If there are not enough participants for a given night, coaches will run a practice.  For children younger than Little League age six, HHLL will offer clinics throughout the summer.  

All players and coaches/volunteers will have their temperature taken before taking the field with a no touch thermal thermometer. Registered players will be required to sign a COVID waiver prior to taking the field.

The league is looking for additional volunteers for games. For any questions or additional information, email hhllboard@hhlittleleague.com.

 

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