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West Side Little League - WSLL 13u Hawks - NYC 2017 50/70 Sectional Champions!
West Side Little League - WSLL 13u Hawks - NYC 2017 50/70 Sectional Champions!

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West Side Little League - The THUNDER - NYC 2017 Majors Girls Champions!

West Side Little League - Senior Girls Softball team - The Storm - won the 2014 Fall Championship!
West Side Little League - Senior Girls Softball team - The Storm - won the 2014 Fall Championship!

WEST SIDE'S 50/70 TEAM - 2014 NY SECTION 5 CHAMPIONS!
West Side's 50/70 Team - 2014 NY Section 5 Champions!
"Letter: Big Win for West Side Little League" care of The Spirit

11 Hawks - 2012 District 23 Champions!
11 Hawks - 2012 District 23 Champions!

10U Hawks - 2011 Astor Tournament Champions!
10U Hawks - 2011 Astor Tournament Champions!

9-10's "White Hawks" Team - 2011 Astor Tournament Champions!
9-10's "White Hawks" Team - 2011 Astor Tournament Champions!
Team Trophy on display at Giacamo's Gourmet Deli.

11's - 2011 District 23 Champions!
11's - 2011 District 23 Champions!

11-12s Tournament Team - 2011 District 23 Champions!
11-12s Tournament Team - 2011 District 23 Champions!

11-12s 2008 District 23 Champions!
11-12s District 23 Champions!
From: 2008 Season 11-12's

9-10s District 23 Champions!
From: 2008 Season 9-10's

"West Side Little League's All-Star Season" care of the West Side Spirit
From: 2008 Season 11-12's West Side Spirit article
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West Side Little League

West Side Little League (WSLL) is a non profit all-volunteer youth organization chartered by Little League Baseball. We run: Co-ed Baseball & Girls' Softball in the Spring and Fall, and a Co-ed Challengers Division (special needs) in the Spring only.

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West Side Little League - Spring 2021 Registration opens at Noon


Feb. 23, 2021
West Side Little League WILL have a Spring 2021 Season for
a. Baseball: 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, 10's, Majors (11-12's), Juniors (13-14), Seniors (15-18 if still in high school).
b. Challengers: ages 7's and up
c. Girls Softball: ages 7-10
Registration will open TUESDAY, MARCH 2nd, at 12 noon.
Thank you for your patience.
The Board of the West Side Little League

The Spring 2021 season will start in late March or early April, depending on your child’s age group and will end either Sunday, June 13th or 20th.

This Spring we will be registering the following age groups On-Line:

1. Co-ed Baseball ages 6-18 (birthdates between 9/1/2002 and 8/31/2015) Note—oldest players must still be in high school.
2. Girls Softball –for Girls ages 7-10. (birthdates between 1/1/2010 and 12/31/2013)
3. Co-ed Challengers Baseball for Players with Special Needs
a. Age 7-23: Open to all Special Needs Children still in school (birthdates 9/1/1997-- 8/31/2014)
b. Age 23-30: for continuing West Side Challenger players ONLY.
Contact the League Registrar for details on how to register.

IMPORTANT NOTES
1. We are NOT able to offer a 5 year old division at this time. If that changes in the near future, we will post a notice on the Home Page of our website.
2. NEW PLAYER POLICY– League policy for players new to the league: all new baseball players ages 11 and up must be evaluated before the start of the Spring 2021 season. This is to insure the safety of players who are new to the league. If they cannot safely be placed on a team, they will receive a full refund.

Information on Approved Baseball Bats, Uniforms and Sponsorship.

If you have any questions please contact the League Registrar.

WSLL Registration Fees, Scholarship, Wait-list & Refunds: WSLL FEES.
Divisions are grouped by age: WSLL DIVISION PLACEMENT.
   

West Side Little League - COVID RULES

COVID RULES:
1. If you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone with the virus, STAY HOME. Symptoms of Covid-19 infection include fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.
2. Contact Tracing: If you or your child has a confirmed case of Coronavirus or have been exposed to anyone with coronavirus and have attended a game or practice you are required to inform the League Registrar so we can carry out the City mandated contact tracing.
3. Responsible Adult. Each player, regardless of age, must have a parent or other adult attend games this Fall so they can be personally responsible for the safety of their child and oversee social distancing and hygienic practices. A parent can arrange with another parent on the team to be responsible for their child, but the responsible adult CANNOT be a Coach.
4. Maximum 2 spectators per player. All spectators must wear a mask.
5. Masks: All players, coaches, parents and umpires will be required to bring a mask. Masks must be worn in the dugout at all times and when batting, baserunning and fielding.
6. Social Distancing: All players and parents are asked to maintain 6 feet social distancing as much as possible. We will limit players sitting in the dugout.
7. No physical contact: No handshakes, fist bumps, pats on the back. Catchers and pitchers should maintain distance when speaking. Pitchers are not allowed to go to their mouth.
8. Safety Equipment: Players must bring their own disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer, disposable gloves, disposable garbage bag. Please sanitize often.
9. Shared Equipment: Wipe down equipment with disinfectant wipes between users.
10. Mitt: All players must have their own glove, clearly labeled with their full name.
11. Personal equipment: bags, mitts, bats and batting helmets should be labeled and cannot be shared.
12. Water: All players must have their own water bottle with their name on it.
13. Snacks: No food in the dugout. No sunflower seeds.
14. Umpire behind the Pitcher: Umpires will call balls/strikes from behind the mound.
15. Exchange of Line-up Cards: No exchange of lineup cards with the other coach
16. Coaches cannot argue calls with the umpire. These are rec games played for FUN!
17. NO post-game conferences, group snack or line-up between teams. Players and spectators are expected to leave the field as soon as their game is finished.
18. GARBAGE DISPOSAL: Used masks, wipes, gloves and water bottles MUST be placed by the player or parent in a plastic garbage bag, then removed from the field and thrown out in a garbage receptacle, NOT left in the dugout, bleachers or on benches or on the ground.
Looking forward to a fun and safe Spring 2021 season!
The Board of the West Side Little League

West Side's Hawks 12U team won the NYC Baseball Federation Columbus Day Tournaments!

 

West Side's Hawks 12U team won the NYC Baseball Federation Columbus Day Tournaments!

Congratulations to all players, coaches and families. Go West Side!

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West Side's Hawks 16U team won the NYC Baseball Federation Columbus Day Tournaments!

Congratulations to all players, coaches and families. Go West Side!

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West Side's Hawks 16U team won the NYC Baseball Federation Columbus Day Tournaments!

West Side's Juniors Tournament Team Wins Sectional Championship!

 

West Side's Juniors Tournament Team Wins Sectional Championship!

This team will now compete in the New York State Championship!
Congratulations to all players, coaches and families. Go West Side!

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West Side's Juniors Baseball Tournament Team Wins District 23 Championship!

West Side's Juniors Baseball Tournament Team Wins District 23 Championship! Congratulations to all players, coaches and families. Go West Side!

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West Side's Juniors Baseball Tournament Team Wins District 23 Championship!

12u Girls Softball Combined West Side/Greenwich Village team Wins District 23 Championship!

 

12u Girls Softball Combined West Side/Greenwich Village team Wins District 23 Championship!

12u Girls Softball Combined West Side/Greenwich Village team Wins District 23 Championship! Congratulations to all players, coaches and families.

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CONGRATULATIONS to WSLL's OWN!

West Side Little League's own Matty Herlick and Omar Dominguez competed in the Regional MLB Jr. Home Run competition on June 22nd which determined who would be in the finals televised by ESPN at this year's MLB All-Star game in Cleveland, OH on July 9th. Both players competed hard, and Omar placed 3rd in the finals of the competition!

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West Side Little League's own Matty Herlick and Omar Dominguez competed in the Regional MLB Jr. Home Run competition

West Side Little League's 2019 Majors Girls Softball team

 

CONGRATULATIONS to the WINNERS of the MAJORS SOFTBALL INTER-LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP!

West Side Little League's Majors Girls Softball team, the ICE, wins the 2019 MAJORS SOFTBALL INTER-LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP! Congratulations ICE players, coaches and families.

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CONGRATULATIONS WSLL Junior Girls Softball team!

West Side Little League's Junior Girls Softball team, the STORM, WINS the 2019 JUNIOR SOFTBALL INTER-LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP! Congratulations STORM players, coaches and families.

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West Side Little League's 2019 Junior Girls Softball team

 

WSLL Salutes its Challenger & Buddy Program!

Any adult or West Side Player, age 11 or older, who would like to Volunteer as a "Buddy" for this terrific program please contact Challenger Division Head Jim Karpe at Challengers@WestSideBaseball.org

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WSLL Code of Conduct
WSLL has developed the following WSLL Code of Conduct that applies to all participants and spectators, in all divisions.

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  WSLL Medical Release Forms
Every player MUST give a completed WSLL Medical Release Form to their Coach at the first game or practice of the season. This form must be filled out and signed by a parent or guardian. Coaches should bring these forms to every game and team practice.
 

WSLL Safety Code
Please read the following WSLL Safety Code. It outlines what the League does to promote safety on the field, and what you must do to make this the safest possible experience for your child. Baseball Bat Information