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Woodstock Little League
Woodstock, Connecticut
 
Woodstock Little League offers the opportunity for all children ages 4 through 16 to play baseball, learn about sportsmanship and fair play and build new friendships.  We are excited about the quality of volunteers we have each year who share a common purpose to provide a positive experience for all those who just want to play baseball and softball.
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Schedule for WLL Fall Evaluations/Tryouts
09/27/2022
Dear WLL Parents & Players, Fall evaluations/tryouts for our...
YOUTH HOCKEY RETURNS TO NORTHEAST CONNECTICUT
09/19/2022
YOUTH HOCKEY RETURNS TO NORTHEAST CONNECTICUT   CT Outlaws...
2022/2023 Board Meetings
08/26/2016
All board meeting are open to the public. 2022/2023 Meeting...
 
Schedule for WLL Fall Evaluations/Tryouts

Dear WLL Parents & Players,

Fall evaluations/tryouts for our Baseball Minor and Major Divisions will be held the week of October 24th at the Roseland Park Little League Complex, Roseland Park Road, Woodstock, CT (see exact times and dates below). Please arrive 15 minutes early to register. Players should wear plastic cleats and bring their own equipment (glove, helmet and bat). League helmets and bats will be available for use if players do not have their own. All players looking to play in a new division for the 2023 spring season should attend this evaluation/tryout or the second evaluation/tryout to be scehduled in March 2023. Players can attend both, with WLL using the higher of the two scores. In most cases, players will not be allowed to move up to the Minor or Major division unless they have attended at least one evaluation/tryout. Any questions should be directed to Mike Sampson at woodstockllpresident@yahoo.com.

 

Fall 2022 Evaluation/Tryout Schedule:

Wednesday 10/26/2022, 5pm - 6pm:  Minor Division Baseball Evaluations: 7, 8 & 9* year olds

Thursday 10/27/2022, 5pm - 6pm:  Major Division Baseball Evaluations: 9*, 10, 11 & 12 year olds


who needs to attend evaluations?
  • any 7 year olds who want to be considered for Minor Division
  • any 8 year olds who want to be considered for Minor Division
  • any 9 year olds new to WLL, new to Minor Division or who want to be considered for Major Division
  • any 10 year olds new to WLL or who want to be considered for Major Division
  • any 11 year olds new to WLL or new to Major Division
  • any 12 year olds new to WLL or new to Major Division

*9 year olds should attend the evaluation for the division they wish to be considered for.  In order for 9 year olds to be considered for the Majors division, they must have played in the Minors division for at least one season.

All references to age/league age is intended to mean the player's Little League age for the 2023 season.  To calculate your player's Little League age, please see the 2022 Baseball and/or Softball Little League Age Charts found on our website or visit the Little League website and utilize the Little League Age Calculator (http://www.littleleague.org/leagueofficers/determine_league_age/league_age_calculator.htm).

Any returning player that will be playing in the same division as the 2022 Spring season is not required to attend tryouts.  The division the player participated in during the 2022 Fall season is irrelevant for 2023 Spring season placement purposes.

Sincerely,

WLL


by posted 09/27/2022
YOUTH HOCKEY RETURNS TO NORTHEAST CONNECTICUT

YOUTH HOCKEY RETURNS TO NORTHEAST CONNECTICUT

 

CT Outlaws to offer Instructional and Recreational Programs at Pomfret’s Jahn Rink

 

 

POMFRET, CT - The long-time tradition of youth hockey in Northeastern Connecticut is about to enter a new chapter.  Beginning this season, the Connecticut Outlaws will provide learn-to-skate, learn-to-play, and hockey skills programs at Pomfret School’s Jahn Rink.

 

Outlaws Hockey will continue the tradition of Griffin Youth Hockey which over the past 50 years has established a rich legacy of teaching hundreds of children in our area to skate, play, and love the game of hockey.

 

Now, those opportunities will be provided by the Connecticut Outlaws, a program affiliated with the Central Mass Outlaws who play out of the New England Sports Center in Marlboro.  The Central Mass Outlaws feature learn-to-play and hockey skills programs under the tutelage of former NHL and NCAA Division 1 stars.

 

Long-time GYHA coach skating instructor Andre Bessette will oversee skating and hockey skills programs for the coming year and will continue to team with several of his experienced GYHA coaches.  Andre has helped hundreds of young kids learn to skate, play their first hockey games, and develop into high school and hockey players.

 

Over the past 10 years, the Outlaws have grown into one of the largest programs in the Premier Hockey League of New England.  Under the current board of directors the program more than doubled in that time, with 18 Outlaws teams competing at various levels last season.  The Outlaws Hockey program also oversaw teams and programs of the Tri-Valley Youth Hockey program.

 

Outlaws hockey strives to teach the fundamentals of ice hockey to make it fun, safe, and inclusive for all children interested in trying out the sport.  We will continue the tradition of offering Instructional, Recreational, and Travel programs for everyone from first-time beginners to accomplished players.  Additionally, top players will be offered to opportunity to play in Tier 1 leagues through the Outlaws.

 

House League programs will continue for all players ages five and up for the coming season.  Young players will progress from half-ice to full-ice games.

 

“We are thrilled to share our passion and experience for the incredible game of hockey with young players in Northeast Connecticut,” said the Outlaws Hockey Board of Directors.  “We look forward to building upon the great history of Griffin Youth Hockey in the coming weeks.”

 

Programs at Jahn Rink will begin in October.  All players interested in learn-to-skate, learn-to-play, and House League hockey should register immediately at http://www.outlawshockey.com

 


by posted 09/19/2022
2022/2023 Board Meetings

All board meeting are open to the public.

2022/2023 Meeting Schedule

October 17, 2022 @ 7:00pm

November 7, 2022 @ 7:00pm

December 5, 2022 @ 7:00pm

January 2, 2023 @ 7:00pm

February 6, 2023 @ 7:00pm

March 6, 2023 @ 7:00pm

April 3, 2023 @ 7:00pm

May 1, 2023 @ 8:00pm

June 5, 2023 @ 8:00pm

July 2023 - No meeting

August 7, 2023 @ 7:00pm

September 11, 2023 @ 7:30pm

September 25, 2023 @ 7:30pm (Annual Meeting)

All meetings will be held at South Woodstock Baptist Church, 23 Roseland Park Rd, Woodstock, CT unless otherwise noted

The league is always looking to get parents and friends of Woodstock Little League involved in ways that make us stronger, and ultimately improve our children's experience.  Without our volunteers, the organization cannot thrive.  Please consider attending meetings or joining the board.


by posted 08/26/2016
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