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COMING SOON: Fall Baseball!

Our Fall Baseball Registration is NOW OPEN!

 

The KCLL Fall Baseball season begins August 24 and ends October 31. The program focuses on fun and developmental progress.  Games are less competitive in nature than in the Spring season - and while we keep score, we do not keep standings or crown league champions.  Fall baseball is all about learning the game a bit better.

 

We have Fall Baseball programs available at all levels from Tee Ball to Intermediate (50/70).

 

Our Fall Ball registration is NOW OPEN!

 

Want to coach Fall Baseball?  Please contact Tom Newman @ (303) 619-9810 or tnewman1964@yahoo.com

HEADLINES  Subscribe to Ken-Caryl Little League
Upcoming KCLL Calendar
08/04/2015
Check here for an outline of the KCLL year and upcoming schedule.   AUGUST...
KCLL Congratulates the Colorado District 5 Champions!
07/16/2015
District Tournaments have concluded!   THANK YOU to all...
The Science of Little League
04/19/2012
Being a Little Leaguer is not easy. The science proves it.  So...
 
Upcoming KCLL Calendar

Check here for an outline of the KCLL year and upcoming schedule.
 

AUGUST 2015

Aug 1 - Fall Ball registration opens

Aug 7 - Southwest Regional Tournament (Waco, TX) begins

Aug 20 - Little League World Series (Williamsport, PA) begins

Aug 24 - First Day of Fall Baseball (first week is practices)

Aug 31 - Fall Baseball game schedule begins

 

SEPTEMBER 2015

Nominations for Board of Directors

 

OCTOBER 2015

Election of Board of Directors for 2016

Winter Baseball Clinics registration opens

Oct 31 - Last day of Fall Baseball

 

NOVEMBER 2015

Nov 7 - First Winter Baseball Clinic

Spring Baseball "early registration" opens

 

DECEMBER 2015

Board of Directors transition and planning meetings

 

JANUARY 2016

Jan 16 - Last Winter Baseball Clinic

 

FEBRUARY 2016

Spring Season "assessment"

Coaches Clinics and First Aid training

 

MARCH 2016

Spring Season opens

 

APRIL 2016

Day at the Rockies

 

MAY 2016

 

JUNE 2016

Spring Season ends

All Star selections

 

JULY 2016

District Tournaments for All Stars

State Tournaments for District winners


by posted 08/04/2015
KCLL Congratulates the Colorado District 5 Champions!

District Tournaments have concluded!

 

THANK YOU to all the coaches, players, parents, and volunteers from across District 5 that helped make the tournaments a success!

 

Little League Tournament (for 11-12 year olds) -

HOSTED BY ARAPAHOE LITTLE LEAGUE - Mountain View Park, Aurora

DISTRICT 5 CHAMPIONS:  Academy Little League

 

10-11 Year Old Tournament -

HOSTED BY CHERRY CREEK LITTLE LEAGUE - Mission Viejo Park, Aurora

DISTRICT 5 CHAMPIONS:  Cherry Creek Little League

 

9-10 Year Old Tournament -

HOSTED BY KEN-CARYL LITTLE LEAGUE - KC Community Park, Littleton

DISTRICT 5 CHAMPIONS:  Academy Little League

 

 

KCLL'S TOURNAMENT ENDS WITH A TOUGH LOSS TO TRI-LAKES

The Ken Caryl 12U Cardinals played Tri Lakes in a consolation bracket game, trying to get back to the finals. KCLL and Tri Lakes traded runs, with the game tied into the 5th inning. But a late run by Tri Lakes couldn't be matched and KCLL lost 16-15. Congrats to the team on a good tournament effort!!

 

KCLL BATTLES ACADEMY INTO THE 6TH INNING

The Ken Caryl 12U Cardinals played Academy in a semi-finals game. KCLL battled hard through 5 innings coming back twice during the game and was down just one run going into the 6th inning. Academy bats found the ball in the 6th and put the game out of reach in the top of the inning. On Friday, KCLL will play the winner of Thu's Cherry Creek v Tri Lakes game.

 

KCLL BEATS HPLL TO ADVANCE TO THE SEMI-FINALS

The Ken Caryl 12U Cardinals are flying high, winning their second straight game in the District 5 All Star tournament.  The Cardinals defeated the High Plains All Stars 6-1 under the lights in Arapahoe on Tuesday July 7th.  This sets up a Wednesday night showdown against perennial powerhouse Academy Little League of Colorado Springs.  Ken Caryl and Academy are the only undefeated teams in the tournament.

In the victory over High Plains, Ken Caryl rode the arm of Luke Schoon, who pitched 5 1/3 stronginnings, notching 18 strikeouts against no walks.  High Plains managed only 1 hit against Schoon over that stretch.  Bennett Gregory came in and struck out the last two batters to close out the game. The Cardinals bats maintained their steady pace, producing two runs in each of the first three innings to stake a 6-0 lead after three innings of play with six different Cardinals plating the runs.Brody Jordan and Schoon had two hits apiece to pace Ken Caryl.  And Bennett Gregory, James Ramey, Bryson Harper, Zane Smith and Colton Gregory each collected a hit to contribute to the attack.

The Cardinals will again play under the lights with an 8pm game on Wed July 8th against Academy LL.  The winner of that game will advance to the Championship game on Saturday.  Please come out and cheer on your Ken Caryl Cardinals All Stars!


by posted 07/16/2015
The Science of Little League

It ain't as easy as it looks!

Being a Little Leaguer is not easy. The science proves it.  So the next time you feel like yelling out to your kid because he struck out or walked a batter with bases loaded, remember that it is harder to be a Little Leaguer than a Pro! Check this video out:
 

 

by posted 04/19/2012