Congratulations to the 11's who won the DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP on Saturday! They advance to the Sectionals and will open against Hinsdale at historic Overholt Field on Friday at 5:30 pm.
The Junior Girls won their 4th straight SECTIONAL TITLE on SATURDAY and are HEADED TO STATE THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH HOLLAND!
See game details below and come on out and support LaGrange Softball and Baseball Teams!
Baseball Districts 11's
The 11's lost their first game to Western Springs 5-3 on Saturday, but stormed back to a 9-0 victory in the following game earning a District Championship. The team's next game will be the Sectional Opener at: historic Overholt Field in Brookfield at 5:30 pm on Friday
Baseball Districts 10's.
On Saturday, the 10's dropped two tough games to Riverside, coming up just short in their bid for a District Championship. (More details to follow)
Baseball District 12
The Districts 12 team beat Western Springs Thursday at The Sedg in Game 1 to advance to the Championship Game. Unfortunately, they fell to Western Springs in the Championship Game, ending their Districts run.
BASEBALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS
Baseball Tournament 12
Baseball Tournament 12 team went 3-0 in pool play and was the No. 1 seed entering bracket play this weekend at the Westmont Tournament. Saturday they won their 4th game in a row and on Sunday won the championship game against host Westmont. This tournament consists of only district teams from surrounding communities. The championship game will be held Sunday, July 20 at noon at Veterans Park in Westmont.
July 4th weekend the Tournament 12s played in the Lombard Invitational. They advanced from pool play with a 2-1 record but lost a tough game to a very good team from Oak Park."
Baseball Tournament 11
Baseball Tournament 11 team opened play in the Westmont Tournament against Naperville and won convincingly 26-5. They will continue play throughout the week at Ty Warner Park in Westmont.
Baseball Tournament 10
Details to follow
Baseball Tournament 9 (Blue and Gold Teams)
The Gold team finished a successful season losing in the semi-finals of the Lombard Tournament, but knocked off their "brothers" on the Blue team in the quarter-finals. In the Blue vs Gold game, all 24 kids contributed at some point with a key hit, defensive play or pitching. It was a great game and it was too bad someone had to lose. It was fitting the game went into extra innings!
Softball Juniors 13-14
The LG Junior Girls are going to STATE!!!! They stayed in the winners bracket for the SECTION 3 title and went 3-0 over the weekend. On Saturday they beat South Elgin 5-1 and then North Suburban 6-3. They had to face the very tough North Suburban team for the championship game the following day. They trailed 3-1 in the sixth when Carly Uhlir drove in Dana Reynolds with a single to make it 3-2. This remained the score until the top of the 7th when Kate “Miss Utility Player of Lagrange” Beumer drove a screaming line drive into right center driving Kelly MacDonald who previously singled with the tying run. The game went to extra innings. LaGrange manufactured 2 runs due to Gabby Allen’s lead off single to go ahead 5-3 and eventually held on for the victory.
The LG girls were led by the spectacular pitching performances of Peyton Hammon who had 37 strikeouts in her 22 innings of work. Lauren Engels and Angelina D’Amico both had key RBI’s in the previous games. Brenna Sheehan, Jessica Rotstein, Katelyn Abraham, Maggie Nutter, Kathleen Casella and Emma Garcia were all key in the manufacturing of runs when needed. They were great at moving runners over and just doing whatever it took to help the team move forward.
The Juniors play in South Holland this Saturday for the right to return to OHIO for the CENTRAL REGIONAL!!!!!
Softball Majors 12
The girls got to the Section 3 championship game vs. Melrose Park. It was close at the beginning but the game eventually slipped away and were defeated 11-1. They battled all weekend and finished in 2nd place. Look for the girls as they play in Evergreen Park's open tournament starting next week.
Softball Minors 9-10 (LGT)
The 10 year old girls of LGT had a fantastic month of all-star play. Big wins in the District Tournament put the 10's in the District Championship vs. Brookfield. It was a tight championship game that ultimately went Brookfield's way with a 6-5 win in the last inning. LGT fought hard and showed tremendous class throughout a very competitive tournament!
LGT moved on to the Evergreen Park Tourney for some good old fashioned south side softball. The girls started with a big 4-3 win over tourney favorite Hegwisch! LGT then ran into impressive competition with tough games against Oak Lawn, Palos and Plainfield, LGT kept competing and showing their determination all the way!
The girls of LGT came together in less than two weeks to form a great team. All the girls improved tremendously, were great teammates, and had a ton of fun! Congrats LGT!!
The Girls of LGT are:
The Majors 11 will be in Evergreen Park for a warmup next week before the state finals begin.
THIS FREEFORM AREA WILL ALLOW US TO COMMUNICATE ABOUT ISSUES IMPORTANT TO LGLL AND ITS MEMBERS
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LOST & FOUND
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Please remember the following important safety points when attending a game at Waiola Park this season:
1. Only park on the side of the street that is next to Waiola Park. (West side of Waiola and east side of Stone Avenue) - DO NOT PARK in front of the residents' homes on their side of the street and remind others in LGLL if they forget;
2. If all the parking along Waiola Park is taken, park along 48th Street or on the 600 South blocks of Stone and Waiola or any other block you wish; we encourage you not to park north of 47th Street - park south and enjoy the walk!
3. Drive carefully, slowly and with your full attention on the road when driving by Waiola Park;
4. DO NOT use the driveways of residents on Waiola and Stone near Waiola Park to turn around in - be courteous to them and drive a little farther instead of using their driveways;
5. Use common sense for the safety of your children at Waiola Park - a particular concern is the safety of children crossing the street to the ice cream truck.
Be a good Neighbor to those who live near Waiola Park.
LGLL Board of Directors
p.s. Please make sure to use available garbage cans and keep the Park clean of any litter.