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Hello! We have a few more games of exciting baseball/softball left for the season. We are happy that we were able to open our snack shack. Although we did not require volunteer hours this season, we are looking for a few workers to staff the shack for the upcoming games. Please use the link below to sign up for a time slot.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4AA4A82AA6FAC43-thursday

Pam White

Phone: 916-837-2629

District 54 COVID-54 Risk Management Plan Updated

To all parents, managers, and coaches:

Re:  Updated mask guidelines

On 4/27/21, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued updated mask guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals which stated that fully vaccinated individuals can gather or conduct activities outdoors without wearing a mask except in certain settings.  On 5/3/21, the CA Dept of Public Health officially updated the state's mask guidelines to align with the CDC.  On 5/6/21, District 54 updated the COVID Safety plan (see attached).   The main points that highlight the updated CDPH guidelines (which align with the CDC update from last week) and pertain to Little League are as follows:

 

For adult (older than 16 years) volunteers who ARE vaccinated:

- Face coverings are not required outdoors.

- One exception is when gathering with persons who are not vaccinated, such as players, in situations when physical distancing is not possible (i.e., dugouts, base coaches near players), vaccinated persons should wear face coverings.

 

For adult volunteers who are NOT vaccinated and for all under age 16 (who at this time are not eligible for vaccination):

- Face coverings are required outdoors any time physical distancing cannot be maintained (with either vaccinated or unvaccinated persons).

 

The following groups are exempt from wearing face coverings:

- Persons younger than 2 years old, due to the risk of suffocation.

- Persons with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering.
- Persons who are hearing impaired, or communicating with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.  

 

CRLL will not ask for vaccination or exemption status of any spectator, manager or coach as we consider this private medical information. 


Signs at Stonehouse will be updated to reflect the changes.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR ALL DIVISIONS AND ALL TEAMS HAVE BEEN FORMED.

CRLL Scholarship Information

Each year, two former CRLL players that are graduating seniors are recognized for their contributions to CRLL, their high school, and their community. These graduating seniors will be awarded the Christopher Walters Scholarship and the Christina Rodness Scholarship.

CRLL accepts applications for both of the $1,000 scholarships starting March 6th with a deadline of April 4th.  The winners will be announced on April 25th.

 

PARENT/GUARDIAN MEETING

Top 10 Reasons to Be a CRLL Manager/Coach

Top 10 Reasons to Be a CRLL Manager/Coach

#10 Coaching is a Workout

Hitting ground balls to the infield, playing backup catcher, pitching ball after ball, lugging equipment from your car…

#9 You Get to Set the Practice Schedule

How nice is that? Your team will work around your busy schedule!

#8 Try Something New

Tired of sitting on the sidelines…this is your opportunity to be on the other side of the fence where all the magic occurs!

#7 Help Kids Learn a Game

Learning a new game can be tough for kids but having a manager/coach who is interested in their success makes all the difference!

#6 You Love the Game

Love the game and your players will too!

#5 Instill Life Lessons

  • Perseverance
  • Positive Attitude  
  • Teamwork 
  • Goal Setting
  • Practice Makes Perfect 

#4 Coaching is Rewarding

There is no greater feeling than seeing a child who previously struggled, succeed because of your support and guidance!

#3 You Love Mentoring Kids

Feel like you missed your calling to become a teacher, social worker, counselor, child psychologist, etc.? This is your chance!

#2 Show Working Hard is Good

Becoming better at a sport requires hard work. This is your opportunity to show kids that hard work can be fun and pays off!

#1 Coach Your Own Child

Just imagine walking to the car after a tough loss and having YOUR child look up to you and say, “We’ll get them next time, Coach!”. Your child will not remember how many wins and losses their team had in 2021, but they will remember having YOU (their parent) as their coach.

    Why Little League? Watch this and find out!

    Pleasant Grove High School Teams Up With Cosumnes River LIttle League

    It was fantastic! The PG players and coaches were very friendly and we learned a lot! -AAA Player

    I wish I could do this every week! -AA Player

    It was great to have the Pleasant Grove coaching staff and players out there on Sunday. They were organized and showed a ton of enthusiasm, which is always great for our kids to see. They brought a baseball camp atmosphere and introduced our young players to some techniques and drills that they haven't seen before. Their 3 hour instruction is the highlight of fall ball for me so far. - Chris Kindell

    “We (CRLL) are really fortunate to have the relationship with the Pleasant Grove baseball team and coaches locally.  With our small community, our boys will most likely see some of the high school players around who taught them a few fielding tips, or straightened out their stance while up to bat. It is so important to us as coaches who continuously try to instill the love of the game, and with the support of our local high school, we can’t thank them enough.  I’d love to take our kids out to return the support and watch the Eagles play this next season.” -Sean Donnalley
     
    The high school players were very polite and encouraging throughout the three hour clinic! I was impressed with how the coaching staff interacted with the players as well as our local coaches. As a parent I appreciated them donating their Sunday morning to provide our local players with such a unique experience.  -CRLL Parent

    District 54 - Tournament Link

    Click here to get to the District 54 bracket hub


    2020 Sponsorship

    Sponsorships for the 2020 Season are Open

    If you, your business or someone you know is interested in sponsoring our league, please contact our Sponsorship Coordinator, Mark Imbriani, at sponsorship.crll@gmail.com

    916-849-0392

    P.O. Box 584
    Rancho Murieta, CA 95683
     
    Cosumnes River Little League is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
     
    Tax ID: 68-0233013
    League ID: 405403

    CRLL All-Star Update

    Major All-Stars after their win!

    Put your hands together for our CRLL All-Stars! Each of our teams have completed play. They all showed a lot of grit and determination against traditional powers in the district. Excellent season players!

    Congratulations to the CRLL Major All-Stars for advancing to a third game. CRLL first battled with Lakeside. After multiple lead changes throughout the game, CRLL came up short (7-6) in the bottom of the 6th. CRLL then grabbed a win over Ponderosa (8-3) with yet another strong team effort across  pitching, hitting, and defense.  They held off Woodcreek for the first 4 innings, but ended up losing 6-2, concluding their great 2019 TOC and All-Star runs.

    You can follow ALL of the District 54 All-Star action  using the link at the top left of this page. There is also a GAME CHANGER link for each of the tournaments so you can follow from your mobile device.

    CRLL 2019 Playoff Brackets

    Congratulations to all of our teams for a great year! See below for the results of our local AAA, AA, and Farm Softball tournaments. Special congrats to the Major Red Sox, AAA Astros, AA Rock Hounds, and Farm Raiders for their post season success!

    • Major Baseball
    • AAA Baseball
    • AA Baseball
    • Farm Softball

    TOC Alert!!!

    In a field of 20 teams, the CRLL Major Red Sox advanced to the final four!

    After a convincing win over Hangtown, and an extra inning thriller over Woodcreek (12-10), the Red Sox met the end of the road against a very strong team from Maidu (13-4). The Maidu Astros went on to win the tournament. Congratulations to Maidu for a great season.

    This was the farthest a CRLL team has ever gone in the District 54 TOC. We are proud of the boys for their great success on the field, and the way that they play the game. Great job Sox!!!

     

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    Rivercats Little League Night is May 2, 2020

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    REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR ALL DIVISIONS AND ALL TEAMS HAVE BEEN FORMED.

    Registration is closed and uniform orders have been processed.  We are unable to accept any additional registrations for ANY divisions. 

    Rob Winter

    Cosumnes River Little League - President