Fall baseball and softball
Softball: All ages. Games and skills development. $50
Instructional (7- and 8-year-olds). Baseball skills with some games if possible. $35
Minor baseball (9- and 10-year-olds), geared for players who will be moving up to Pac Coast in 2015. Games and skills development. $50
Major baseball (10- and 12-year-olds), geared for players who will be moving up to Nationals in 2015. Games and skills development. $50
Juniors and Intermediate skill development. Advanced work for older players. Approximately 8, 2-hour weeknight sessions. $50 (or $10 per night on drop in basis).
Coaches: We need your help. Please sign up as a volunteer through the registration link. If you were an approved volunteer for the Spring 2014, you do not need to submit a background check form, but you will still need to do the online registration. Thank you!
Most successful coaches and athletes understand that the greatest gains in skill and athletic development occur during the off-season. With that in mind, SCLL is providing a fall training opportunity for 2014 league ages 11 and up. One day per week for roughly 8 weeks starting the first week of September, SCLL will be offering a high intensity training session consisting of 2 hours of fundamental skill development. Participants will receive high repetition practice in batting and fielding variations in addition to sport specific movement and conditioning. To prevent overuse injuries, these sessions will minimize throwing and eliminate pitching during this 8-week period. At the training, we will discuss when and how to adequately prepare arms for the spring season. Anyone playing on a SCLL fall ball team can attend these trainings at no additional cost. $50 for all 8 weeks or "drop-in" and pay only $10 per session. For additional information or questions, contact Steve Mukensnabl at firstname.lastname@example.org
The fall baseball and softball season is upon us and we are looking for people interested in coaching and managing teams for this fall. Practices will start after Labor Day with games projected to start once a week September 21st and going to two times per week after October 5th continuing through the month of October. If you are interested please contact Gavin Oien at email@example.com.
Salmon Creek Little League would like to thank you for a fantastic 2014 season.
All-Star games start soon, come out and root for your league!
We are looking for volunteers for the 2015 season now.
Signups for Fall ball start in mid August 2014.
There are no upcoming events.
If you are like our family each year we do an inventory of baseball clothing and equipment and find a garage full of items that we have outgrown and that are taking up valuable garage space.
Donate your old or unused baseball equipment to Salmon Creek Little League and we will facilitate your generosity to children who do not posses the resources to acquire their own. We are specifically looking for bats, helmets, gloves as well as gently used items of clothing. Please bring your items to opening ceremonies or to any of the upcoming games at Luke Jensen Sports Park and place them in the labeled donation box.
For any items of higher value we will look to resell them and use the proceeds to help fund the scholarship program.
Questions about the program can be directed to the program director, Scott Harris.
Salmon Creek Little League thrives because of our volunteers. Would you like to help make SCLL an even better league in 2014? We are looking for volunteers for the 2014 season and beyond. Contact us today at:President@SalmonCreekLL.com
SCLL GAMES: Rainout updates posted daily at approximately 4pm. If there is no update, games are scheduled as planned.
HAZEL DELL GAMES: All inter-league games played at Hazel Dell are game time decisions. Rain updates posted here do not apply to Hazel Dell games.
RIDGEFIELD GAMES: Rain information for Ridgefield inter-league games updated on their hotline at 4pm each day: (360) 887-8964.