CLLL’s annual scholarship was developed in 2012 with the intent of recognizing one individual from each of the high schools within our boundaries, (Heritage High School, Loudoun County High School, Riverside High School, and Tuscarora High School), who have demonstrated a commitment to baseball, our community, and continuing his or her education.
Criteria: Applicant must have been a player participant or youth umpire in Central Loudoun Little League, Applicant must be in the graduating class of 2018. Applicant plans to enroll in an accredited community college, trade school, college or university as a full-time or part-time student. The scholarship is payable to the educational institution directly upon proof of enrollment. Applicant must submit a minimum one page, double-spaced essay detailing the impact that their experience in CLLL has had on their lives. Essay must include the years of participation in the league.
Selection: Selection of the scholarship recipient will be made by the CLLL Board of Directors. Please note that CLLL reserves the right not to award the scholarship if we do not receive suitable applications
Deadline: All essays must be emailed to the League President atno later than April 27, 2018.
At this time, Central Loudoun Little League and the entire District are at a significant deficit in our umpiring program. There are future staffing concerns that will have an impact on our kids both in the regular season (already this year) and in the All Star tournaments (both today and in the immediate future). Our need far outweighs our capacity. We need your help.
Please consider volunteering your time. Umpire training dates are listed below.
If you have any questions regarding our umpire program or training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The links: are provided for you to register.
UMPIRE TRAINING CLINICS
All CLLL interested and registered youth/adult umpires must attend the following umpire training events. Whether just getting started or most experienced of the most experienced umpires amongst us
What: Presentations on
Umpire Mechanics (covering fundamentals, signals, positioning for plate and field assignment, uniforms, and handling difficult situations)
Umpire Roles & Responsibilities (pre-, plate- and post-game conferences, equipment inspection, game scenarios/field coverage/rotations)
Umpire Training #5 - Sunday 5/6/18 Time: 7 - 830PM
Each training event will be conducted at the Leesburg Police Department Community Room located at 65 Plaza Street NE
Every one of us needs to review and practice our game. New material and situations will be covered each night.
Questions: Please contact Wallace Jackson at email@example.com
As always, ALL UMPIRES - EXPERIENCED and just getting started. - are welcome to participate. We need experienced umpires to come share their knowledge of the game and to help train the new umpires.
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We are now using the new www.CLLL.org for daily field status updates. CLLL will look to post field status by 4:15 pm each weekday, and by 8:00 am each weekend morning after coordinating with volunteers that review Good Times Park as well as Loudoun County and Town of Leesburg Parks and Recreation Departments.
If you see green, the field is playable.; red indicates cancelled and a reference to "N/A' means game or practice time decision or the field status is unknown or yet to be updated by that time.
FOR DAYS WHERE THERE IS A STATUS OF N/A AND THERE IS LITTLE/LIGHT RAIN, PLEASE USE DISCRETION WHEN USING THE INFIELDS. IF YOU HAVE A PRACTICE, PLEASE USE THE OUTFIELD ONLY.
There are circumstances where the weather does not cooperate or changes after 4:15 pm on weekdays or 8:00 am weekends, so please use good judgement and stay in contact with your child's manager for more information.
For events on the weekend, even if morning activities are cancelled that is not necessarily an indication that all of the day's activities are cancelled. After further review of the fields, certain facilities may re-open later in the day.
You can always check school fields on the County rain line as well at 703-777-0456.