Thursday, February 21, 2013
Kids ages 5-15 can register to play football or participate in cheerleading at the UM Little League Complex.
Are you ready for some football? The Willow Grove Bears have confirmed four registration dates and times for interested players AND cheerleaders. Parents whose sons and daughters want to play and participate can register on the following dates at the Upper Moreland Little League Complex at Fairhill Street: Online registration will be available beginning March 1. A Bears representative told Patch they wll be adding more dates to register in April and May, but those have not been confirmed yet. Willow Grove Bears provides an opportunity to play football and participate in cheerleading for kids ages 5-15. REMINDER: The Senior and Pee wee competitions will be held on Saturday, Feb. 23 at Archbishop Wood. Visit the Willow Grove Bears web site …
Friday, January 25, 2013
Sign your son or daughter up now for baseball and softball seasons.
Does your son or daughter want to play Little League baseball or softball? Well the Township recently added one extra in-person registration to its schedule. You can register your child this Saturday, Jan. 26 between 9 a.m. and noon at the Upper Moreland Little League Complex located on Fairhill Street off of York Road. Registrations after Jan. 26 will only be accepted through the online forms ($2.50 convenience charge per player) and a $10 late free per player will also be assessed. Online registrations will be available at any time throughout the day. VIDEO: Upper Moreland Little League Celebrates 60 Years The cost per child is $110 and each family will be capped at $210. Interested members can pay by cash, check or credit card. …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
In-person registrations for Upper Moreland Little League will start this weekend and continue through next week.
Thursday, January 10
There are many ways to register your son or daughter for Upper Moreland Little League this year. Here are some ways to help you out. - Phone: 215-657-1214 - Web: www.UMLL.net - Register for the 2013 Little League Baseball/Softball Season - New for 2013!!! REGISTER ONLINE at www.umll.net In-person registrations will also be held on the following dates and times: The UMLL Complex is located on Fairhill Street off of York Road in Willow Grove. Registration cutoff will be noon on Saturday Jan. 26. All those registering after such time will be placed on a waiting list. A late fee of $10 per child may be assessed after registration cutoff. Baseball Eligibility - Any child born between May 1, 1994 and April 30, 2008 (Legue age 5 thru 18). …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
The Upper Moreland Little League reached a milestone over the weekend with its 60th-annual opening day ceremonies.
The Upper Moreland Little League (UMLL) celebrated its 60th opening day ceremony on April 14. Over 800 players, representing 65 teams paraded around the diamond, and were cheered on by hundreds of proud parents, guardians, league officials and supporters. This year the league recognized immediate past president Jeff Stainback as the 2012 Volunteer of the Year and Bux-Mont Transportation as the league’s 2012 Sponsor of the year. Accepting the Sponsor of the year award was Sam Valenza, CEO of Bux-Mont Transportation, who has volunteered in almost every position UMLL offers since 1994. Also this year, UMLL Opening Day ceremony participants lined up to have their hair buzzed or braided in a fundraising event called, “Buzz Cuts and Braids for …
Friday, April 13, 2012
Hatboro and Upper Moreland little leagues join forces to help Bobby Taggart, an Upper Moreland teen battling bone cancer.
They may be rivals on the field, but when the bats are down and the gloves off, Hatboro and Upper Moreland little leagues are playing for the same team. Team Taggart. Bobby Taggart, 14, who recently moved to Upper Moreland, but spent most of his life in Hatboro – playing for Hatboro Little League since age 5 – was diagnosed in January with a rare form of bone cancer. On Saturday, the two leagues are enlisting help from hair stylists who will braid and buzz cut as many heads as possible to fundraise for Bobby’s medical expenses. “It kind of brought the two leagues together, which is a pretty big deal,” said Bobby’s father, John Taggart, while awaiting his son’s limb salvage surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia earlier this week. “…
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
According to Upper Moreland Little League tournament team manager Chuck Jones, Little League baseball is about teaching children to love the game.
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Wednesday, August 3, 2011
For many coaches in the Little League, the lesson they teach the most is that baseball is a team sport. “The coaches and parents were so proud of the boys,” Chuck Jones, an Upper Moreland Little League coach, said. “They were playing as a team and playing their hearts out.” Jones, who has coached Upper Moreland Little League for the past three years, is the team manager for this year’s Upper Moreland tournament team for 7-year-olds. According to Jones, a tournament team is comprised of Little League players that performed well enough during the regular season to participate in post-season tournament play. For the Upper Moreland 7-year-old tournament team, Jones said that of the 25 players suggested for participation, 13 were selected to …