RAFFLE WINNERS 06/20/2016 Congratulations go to three Lenape Valley Families that were prize...
LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNAMENT NEWS
Good news for our tournament teams--
Two of our teams will be in action this Friday night (weather allowing). The 9-10 team coached by Chris Cleland takes their #1 seeding to Holland's St. Leonard fields for a 6:00 PM game vs. Plumstead. Then, under the lights at 8 PM, and only a few minutes from Holland, the 11-12 team coached by Daryle Dobos takes on Warwick at Northampton's CC-160 fields. Free admission to the first 25,000 people! A family-friendly double-header on a Friday night! Go Tomahawks!!!!
This past weekend saw our Closing Ceremonies and Championship Games for several divisions. Let's check off the list:
The Majors Division, our highest level of play at the Little League level, was won by the Phillies, coached by Tim O'Connor and Jim Smith. They bested the Pirates on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
The AAA Division was won by the Tigers. The Tigers and Yankees started early in the morning and finished in the heat of the day, both teams giving their fans a terrific game to watch. Congratulations to Coach Chris Haney and his Tigers!
Not too far away, Coach Harry Haagen was winning the Inter-Township League Senior Division, beating the Plumstead Hawks. This is becoming a habit for Coach Haagen and his high-flying players.
Later in the day, the 13-year olds led by Coach Jeff D'Orazio were crowned Champions of Suburban Travel's 13's division. This was a highly competitive division and for all the boys, their first year playing on a regulation-sized field. Way to bring home the trophy, boys!
Congratulations go to three Lenape Valley Families that were prize winners in the weekend's raffle. The AAA Division was well-represented, sweeping the awards as follows:
The Cleland Family - $500.00
The Clemens Family - $1,000.00
The Harmon Family - $1,500.00
The raffle proceeds always go towards capital improvements. This year, the kids benefited from a new batting cage at Tower Hill, an upgraded field complex at Chestnut Street including a new storage shed, and new equipment for catchers. Suggestions for recommended improvements are always welcome through the Feedback page of our website. Congratulate these families on their good luck!