Spring 2015 Player Evaluation Schedule(DATE CHANGE)
Saturday March 7th and Sunday March 8th
Late registration will be allowed this weekend (3/7 and 3/8). Please bring your registration form and payment to Kathy Nelson (baseball) or Jeff Tucker (softball) 2-4 at the concession stand. ALL PLAYERS WHO SIGN UP AT THIS POINT WILL BE ON A WAITING LIST UNTIL THE NUMBER OF TEAMS CAN BE DETERMINED. Registration Fees: $110 for baseball or softball ages 7 and up, $95 for tee ball ages 4-6. This fee includes a $20 per child concession stand charge that is refundable if you work 2 hours in the concession stand.
RAIN DATE WILL BE MONDAY MARCH 9th AT 6PM.
|Tee-Ball||N/A||No Tryouts||No Draft|
|Pee Wee Boys||1||2 PM||2PM|
|Coach Pitch Girls||5||2 PM||2PM|
|Minor Boys||3||4 PM||2PM|
|Major Boys||3||2 PM||2PM|
|Minor Girls||5||2 PM||2PM|
|Major Girls||6||2 PM||2PM|
|50/70||7||4 PM||4 PM|
*** Click link above for latest info on upcoming events.
*** Have you signed up to help in concessions? Our concessions page will be available soon.
Home of the:
2014 11 year old Baseball District 2 Champions
2014 8 year old TOC District 2 Champions
2013 7 year old TOC District 2 Champions
2011 Major Softball District 2 Champions
2011 Minor Softball District 2 Champions
2010 Junior Baseball District 2 Champions
2006 Junior Softball District 2 Champions and NC State Champions
2006 Major Softball District 2 Champions
2006 Minor Softball District 2 Champions and NC State Champions
2005 Junior Girls Softball - District 2 Champions,NC State
Champions, Regional Runner-up
2004 Minor Softball District 2 Champions
King little league has a variety of divisions for every skill level.
Tee ball Baseball Softball Minor Division
Major Division Junior Division Senior Division
From: Karina Fraley
What Are the Benefits of Team Sports, and how can King Little League help your child?
Team sports provide children with the opportunity to develop and strengthen their social skills. Successful participation in team sports requires children to learn how to cooperate with their teammates, how to follow directions and how to develop friendships. Participation in team sports can also teach children about being "good sports"--helping them develop the ability to show appreciation and respect to others for their accomplishments and to empathize with those who may not be as successful.
The Centers for Disease Control indicates childhood obesity tripled between 1980 and 2010. Budget restraints and increased pressure for academic achievement have forced many schools to cut their physical education and recess programs. These cuts remove many of the opportunities children have historically used to enjoy physical activity. The American Academy of Pediatrics notes that children who participate in regular physical activity have reduced risks of “many adult health problems, including diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.” This is why one of the biggest benefits of team sports is that they provide children with the opportunity to be physically active.