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FALL BALL REGISTRATION!!

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NEW!  SOFTBALL MINORS (2nd - 4th Grade)

NEW!  SOFTBALL MAJORS (5th - 6th Grade)

Intermediate         AAAA/AAA        AA/A      Minors/Rookies

See below for details!

 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR INTERMEDIATE TEAM!!

Section 8 and DISTRICT 27 CHAMPIONS!

 

OUR TEAM FINISHED 4th in the PENNSYLVANIA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS!

 

WHAT A GREAT RUN THEY HAD!

 

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SIGN UP FOR FALL BALL!

See below for Fall Division Registration

ANYONE THAT WANTS TO PLAY "UP" OR "DOWN" CAN DO SO!

 

We plan on offering (all included):

*  Friday night, some Saturday and Sunday afternoon games

that avoid conflicts with other activities

*  Sept - mid-October schedule

*  Former professional and college instruction and clinics

* Indoor Cage time

*  Group trip to a Phillies game  

 

Intermediate Fall:  Register HERE!

Ages 12-13 playing 50/70, birthdates Sept '04 - Aug '06

Travel around our district, current Intermediate players are eligible for the Fall!

 

AAAA/AAA Fall:  Register HERE!

Ages 10-11 playing 46/60, birthdates Sept '06 - Aug '08

Play internally and around our district!

 

AA/A Fall:  Register HERE!

Ages 8-9 playing 46/60, birthdates Sept '08 - Aug '10

A lot of development and fun...build skills and meet friends!

 

Rookies/Minors Fall:  Register HERE!

Ages 6-7, birthdates Sept '10 - Aug '12

A lot of development and fun...build skills and meet friends!

 

Softball Minors Fall:  Register HERE!

Grades 2nd - 4th, birthdates Sept '08 - Aug '10

 

Softball Majors Fall:  Register HERE!

Grades 5th - 6th, birthdates Sept '06 - Aug '08

 

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Division Champions

(Adding runners up and team pictures, coming soon!)

 

Intermediate CHAMPIONS:  

PHILLIES!!!

 

AAAA CHAMPIONS:  

GIANTS!!!

 

AAA CHAMPIONS:  

RAYS!!!

 

AA CHAMPIONS:  

RATTLERS!!!

 

Softball Majors Champions:  

PHOENIX!!! 

 

Softball Minors Champions: 

FREEDOM!!! 

 

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Important information on Head Injuries

from Nemours duPont

Nemours duPont Pediatrics is a proud sponsor of Lower Merion Little League this spring – supporting our league and keeping our kids healthy to be sure they can keep playing the sports they love! Unfortunately, head injuries have become more common in young athletes. Most childhood head injuries are minor and hurt only the outside of the head. On rare occasions, a severe head injury can cause bruising or bleeding in the brain. This type of head injury requires immediate medical attention.

 

Signs and symptoms

Mild head injuries -

  • Minor scalp swelling
  • Cut on the scalp
  • Mild headache
  • Vomiting two or three times

 

Potentially serious head injuries -

  • Unconsciousness or unresponsiveness
  • Obvious, serious wound
  • Blood or clear fluid from the nose or ear
  • Changes in behavior, such as sluggishness, agitation, confusion, or excessive sleepiness
  • Dizziness or stumbling
  • Seizure
  • Vomiting more than two or three times or vomiting hours after the injury
  • Severe or worsening headache

If your child is exhibiting symptoms of a serious head injury, call 911. For mild head injuries, call your doctor right away.

Whether your child needs an appointment with a primary care pediatrician, a visit to a specialist or therapy services, Nemours has a location near you.

Click here http://bit.ly/nemourslocations or call (800) 416-4441 to learn more, find a location near you, or to schedule an appointment. 

 

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LMLL's Founder Brian Rosenthal

sadly left us 1 year ago...

WE OWE SO MUCH TO BRIAN AND HONOR HIS MEMORY!!

S. Ardmore Field D is now officially

"Brian D. Rosenthal Memorial Field"

or "BDR" for short!

 

LMLL has decided to dedicate the next 2 seasons

(Fall and Spring) to his memory

 

We've also created a Founders Fund,

to honor both Brian D. Rosenthal our founder,

and Barry Pearlman, who assisted Brian in building LMLL.

The fund will honor the memories of Brian and Barry,

as well as some of our dearly missed friends

listed further below.

 

We are not actively soliciting donations

but if you'd like to contribute, please click HERE:

 

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Any other questions?  See below, click on the relevant links, and also please contact support@lmll.org.

 

by posted 04/26/2018
Remember....

To the Lower Merion Little League Community....

PLEASE REMEMBER:

 

LMLL is dedicated to creating great memories for our players and families:

We owe a grateful round of thanks to the coaches and volunteers that make the experience great for our kids.

To a few of our fallen friends that left us way too soon and made immeasurable contributions to our league:

- Brian Rosenthal, Founder of LMLL

- Barry PearlmanLMLL early founder/builder of LMLL, and proud Father/Grandfather

- Charlie Schwab, Commissioner and Coach extraordinaire

Bobby Bonds, Coach and faithful cheerleader

- Joe Hildenbrand, Coach and loving Father
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by posted 03/25/2018
Nemours duPont Pediatrics
Nutrition and your young athlete – Game Day tips from Nemours duPont Pediatrics!
 
 

Nemours duPont Pediatrics is a proud sponsor of LMLL this spring – supporting our league and keeping our kids healthy to ensure that they can keep playing the sports they love!

Nutrition is an important part of fueling a growing athlete. Kids need to eat the right amount and mix of foods to support higher levels of activity, but that mix might not be too different from a normal healthy diet. Eating for sports should be an extension of healthy eating for life!

Here are some general guidelines for athletes on game day:

· 3+ hours before the game: Eat a meal 3 hours or more before the game that includes plenty of carbs and a moderate amount of protein. Make sure the meal is low in fat and doesn’t include high fiber foods. Both can cause an upset stomach.

· Within 3 hours of the game: If kids eat less than 3 hours before game or practice, serve a lighter meal or snack that includes easy-to- digest carbohydrate-containing foods, such as fruit, fruit or vegetable juice, crackers, or bread.

· Post-game: Experts recommend eating carbs (fruit, pretzels, a sports drink, etc.) within 30 minutes after intense activity and again 2 hours later. Your child's body will be rebuilding muscle tissue and replenishing energy stores and fluids for up to 24 hours after the competition. So it's important that the post-game meal be a balance of lean protein, carbs, and fat.

For more information visit the full article on athlete nutrition!

http://bit.ly/AthleteNutrition

If you have any questions or concerns related to your child’s health, Nemours offers well-childcheckups, same-day sick appointments, sports and school physicals, ADD/ADHD evaluations and treatment, vision and hearing services, and immunizations. Additionally, if your child needs to see a specialist or receive therapy services, there is a location near you.

Click here http://bit.ly/nemourslocations or call (800) 416-4441 to learn more, find a location near you, or schedule an appointment.


by posted 01/02/2018
Web Site Sponsorships Now Available

To offset fees and improve fields & playing equipment, Lower Merion Little League offers sponsorship opportunities on our Web site (traffic exceeds 290,000 visitors to date).  You can have your company’s logo or a family banner on our site for only $750 per year.  Please contact us at support@lmll.org to learn more.


by posted 01/11/2008
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