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Welcome
Welcome all players, coaches, volunteers, umpires, parents, sponsors and supporters of Northwestern Little League.

The purpose of this site is to help facilitate communication among all members of Northwestern Little League by providing you with useful and timely information.

Northwestern Little League Boundary Map

 
2015 Evaluation Dates

Saturday March 7, 2015
Mill Creek Middle School Gym

 

Minor 2 Boys - 9am-12pm
  Last Names Starting With The Letter:
  • A-J at 9am-10am
  • K-R at 10am-11am
  • S-Z at 11am-12pm

All Minor 2 Girls - 1pm-2pm
 
Saturday March 14, 2015
Mill Creek Middle School Gym

 
Major Boys - 9am-12pm,
  Last Names Starting With The Letter:
  • A-J at 9am-10am
  • K-R at 10am-11am
  • S-Z at 11am-12pm
 
All Major Girls - 1pm-2pm

Please wear gym shoes and comfortable clothing.  Bring your glove, bat and helmet (if you have one).

posted 02/17/2015
The New LL Baseball Age Determination Date

What You Need to Know

As a result of this recent adjustment to the implementation strategy, effective immediately, any player born on or after January 1, 2006 who will turn the ages of 4-9 during the 2015 calendar year will be eligible to participate in a local Little League program and will use the new age determination date of December 31 for the reminder of their Little League career. Players will still be assigned to a division based on local league divisional structure.

Age Determination Date

League Age Calculator

 


posted 01/15/2015
Michigan Sports Concussion Law

A concussion is a brain injury, caused by a blow, bump or jolt to the head that can have serious consequences. It can occur in any sport or recreational activity.

Michigan was the 39th U.S. state to enact a law that regulates sports concussions and return to athletic activity.  The law went into full effect on June 30th, 2013.

The sports concussion legislation requires all coaches, employees, volunteers, and other adults involved with a youth athletic activity to complete a concussion awareness on-line training program.

The organizing entity must provide educational materials on the signs/symptoms and consequences of concussions to each youth athlete and their parents/guardians and obtain a signed statement acknowledging receipt of the information for the organizing entity to keep on record.

The law also requires immediate removal of an athlete from physical participation in an athletic activity who is suspected of sustaining a concussion. The student athlete must then receive written clearance from an appropriate health professional before he or she can return to physical activity.


by Laura Baillod posted 11/25/2013
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