Solana Beach Little League opens registration for 2011 season

Solana Beach Little League announced recently that registration for the 2010 season officially opened on Oct. 24. The league offers divisions for every level of play from Tee Ball to Juniors. Parents with boys and girls who are between the ages of 5 and 14 are invited to register their child to participate by going online to www.solanabeachlittleleague.com. Regardless of age, no prior baseball experience is required to participate in the league.

Solana Beach Little League is an entirely volunteer-based, non profit organization and is chartered by the Little League Baseball organization based in Williamsport, PA. The league serves the communities of Solana Beach, northern Carmel Valley (residents living north of Del Mar Heights Road) and parts of Del Mar (residents living east of I-5 with Del Mar addresses.)

“We are looking forward to another great year of Little League baseball in Solana Beach,” commented league president, Bill Fleck. “For over 50 years Solana Beach Little League has been a mainstay in the community, offering a fun and healthy activity for boys and girls. We take great pride in the experience our league provides to players and their families, and we welcome newcomers and league veterans alike.”

The League is also announcing the formation of Solana Beach Little League Juniors Division, the first such offering from the league in its 54 year history. Juniors is open to players age 13 and 14. Important Dates & Fee Information.

The league will offer early registration online at www.solanabeachlittleleague.com until December 31st. Early registration fees are $195 for Tee-ball through Majors division players and $295 for Juniors division. Registration after Dec. 31 will be $225 for Tee-ball through Majors division players and $325 for Juniors division.

Tryouts and walk up registration will be held for the AAA and Majors division players on January 8th . Majors callbacks and Juniors division tryouts will be held on Jan. 9.

Scholarships available
Solana Beach Little League wants every child in our community to have a chance to play Little League baseball. As such, the league offers a limited number of full and partial scholarships to families in need. To apply for a scholarship, simply contact the league registrar via email at registrar@solanabeachlittleleague.com.

For more information on registration, divisions or the spring season, contact Solana Beach Little League via email at info@solanabeachlittleleague.com.

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