The Junior girls finished 2nd in State on Saturday. They went 6-2 over the last 3 weeks but it was not enough to dethrone Melrose Park. After playing three games on Saturday, it was time for reflection as 5 girls played their final LGLL game. Cal Dunn, Georgia Dougherty, Maddie Cranny, Claire Cirrincione, and Bri Bocian all played great over the last 3 weeks. We also said good bye to Kevin Dunn who has managed girls softball for LGLL for the past 12 seasons. All will be missed next year. The rest of the team will be returning next year and will hopefully go on another run for the state title.
THIS FREEFORM AREA WILL ALLOW US TO COMMUNICATE ABOUT ISSUES IMPORTANT TO LGLL AND ITS MEMBERS
Use this LINK to leave comments about your child's manager/coaches. The Board will leave this link available all year so that we can give our members a forum in addition to the once a year survey sent at the end of the league year.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Men's Gold Wedding Ring possibly on the first base sideline of the B Field. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
LOST: 32 inch, 22oz, black and dark gray bat...it says "combat" in orange letters. Please email email@example.com
FOUND: Left handed fielders glove. Picked up after Closing Ceremonies. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.