This year, the Arden Little League board has taken steps towards online registration with secured online credit card payment. Additionally, we will be able to better serve you through electronic team scheduling and scorekeeping, team communication, and even an online store to order extra Arden Little League clothing for the whole family. We hope to release the registration information soon, so we appreciate your patience during this time.
All board members are working diligently to fully understand and implement the changes to the new site. This means that much of our communication to you about teams, divisional information, and league news will come in email or social media. Please sign up for and read these news releases. We will try our best to communicate important news as soon as possible.
Looking forward to another great year of baseball!
The Arden Little League Board
Arden Little League
It is time to begin preparations for the 2017 Arden Little League Spring season (visit ardenlittleleague.com around January 1st for 2017 Spring Registration information). On behalf of the Board, I would like to express our collective gratitude to all of the volunteers that make this league function without our volunteers, Arden Little League would not exist! A special thank you to John Hartman for serving on the Board for 10 years and tirelessly working to improve this league for the right reason – the kids.
Arden Little League has had a productive off-season. Fall Ball was a great success with a record number of kids signing up and participating. This year’s Fall Ball program focused on skills development by adding clinics for both players and coaches at the outset. In addition, League Volunteers have been further improving our fields by meticulously managing the grass and dirt as well as improving maintenance on our equipment. Again, I cannot thank our volunteers enough for spending their valuable time to improve our league for the baseball players.
There are two important changes for the 2017 Spring Season. First, we are bringing T-Ball to Valley Oak Park by creating new playing opportunities on the White Field! Second, the Arden Little League Board decided to bring the 50-70 Division to Valley Oak Park as well. Both of these efforts will keep our baseball community flourishing in one location.
I would like to remind all parents, players and fans that the game of baseball is first and foremost about having fun. For over 50 years, Arden Little League has emphasized fun and the 2017 Board will continue this tradition in selecting coaches and facilitating play. Again this year, in partnership with Little League District 5, we will encourage coaches and parents to explore the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) that touts the slogan “Better Athletes, Better People.” I encourage all of you to spend a few moments perusing the PCA website to further Arden Little League’s indelible positive culture and ensure this positive culture will continue far beyond your family’s tenure in the league.
Big things are in store for 2017! And with your help, the league will continue to thrive and grow. I look forward to serving as your President for the 2017 Little League season.
NOTE: Please check back around January 1st to see 2017 Spring Registration information.
Please remind kids to be careful in parking lot and at the ballpark, due to activity of cars, foul balls, etc. Please walk all modes of transport (bikes, skateboards, etc) in the parking lot and be aware of surroundings. Your safety is a top priority of Arden Little League. Thank you!
The Arden Little League All-Stars (11-12) after their 3-2 win on July 9, 2016
Arden Little League’s Major All-Stars (11-12) beat College Glen Little League 3-2 on Saturday morning (7/9) to reach the District 5 Finals Championship Game against Fair Oaks/Orangevale to be held on Monday, July 11, 2016 at 6PM at Phoenix Park.
In a pitcher’s duel, Matt Hoffman (3-0 All-Stars) allowed only 2 runs on 2 hits with 12 strikeouts over 4 2/3 innings. Without starters Jake Marr (C) and Isiah Alfred (CF), the entire team stepped up with an all-around great defensive effort. Nick Golden (RBI double) and Ben Condrin provided the offense for Arden. Condrin hit a 2-Run bomb to center field to give Arden a 3-2 lead and Matt Hoffman shut down CG after 2 first inning runs. With Arden up 3-2, Condrin took over in relief from Hoffman in the bottom of the 5th with 2 outs to end the inning and then closed the game in dramatic fashion. With runners on 2nd and 3rd and no outs and a 3-2 score, Condrin and the Arden defense secured 3 outs to end the game.
Congratulations to the Arden Little League 11-12 All-Stars for making the District 5 Championship Game!
After a tense back and forth 8-7 extra inning win against Rancho Cordova on Wednesday night, the Arden Major All-Stars (10-11) team came out to play against a determined Eastern team. The game was low scoring for 3 innings with Eastern taking an early 2-0 lead. Arden bats scrapped for 2 runs to tie the game. With a late pitching change by Eastern, Arden exploded for 7 more runs with key hits by Nate Heron (RBI leader), Caden Beloian, Jonny Pierce, and Andrew Schmidt.
Jonny Pierce, in his pitching debut, showed poise and skill for 4 strong innings! He ended his night with only 2 earned runs. Landon Paschal, also making his pitching debut dealt to close out the game. Defensive plays at all positions were the difference in the game. Great catching by Julian Stassi and Nate Heron also contributed to the win.
Arden continues its quest on Saturday at 10:00 am at Eastern in a rematch against Fair Oaks/Orangevale.
New Online Registration Process
This year, the Arden Little League board has taken steps towards online registration with secured online credit card payment. Additionally, we will be able to better... Read more »
A Message From the President: Fall 2016
G.M. Tully President Arden Little League
It is time to begin preparations for the 2017 Arden Little League Spring season (visit ardenlittleleague.com around January... Read more »
Arden Little League Safety Reminder
Please remind kids to be careful in parking lot and at the ballpark, due to activity of cars, foul balls, etc. Please walk all modes of transport (bikes, skateboards,... Read more »
Fall Ball games start on Sunday, September 25, 2016
Fall Ball Families,
We had great success with the clinics, so thanks to all of those who have helped. Now, Fall Ball games start this Sunday, September 25, 2016.... Read more »
2016 Notice of Election / Annual Meeting
Hello, Arden Little League Regular Members:
Please see the linked documents below regarding Arden Little League’s September 13, 2016 Annual Meeting. All Regular... Read more »
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Arden Major All-Stars (11-12) vs. College Glen: Saturday, July 9, 2016
The Arden Little League All-Stars (11-12) after their 3-2 win on July 9, 2016
Arden Little League’s Major All-Stars (11-12) beat College Glen Little League... Read more »
Arden Major All-Stars (10-11) vs. Eastern: Thursday, July 7, 2016
After a tense back and forth 8-7 extra inning win against Rancho Cordova on Wednesday night, the Arden Major All-Stars (10-11) team came out to play against a determined... Read more »
Arden Major All-Stars (11-12) vs Citrus Heights: Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Coach Dupre giving a post-game talk to his team after the win.
Arden Major All-Stars (11-12) 8 – Citrus Heights 2
The Arden Major All-Stars (11-12) completed... Read more »
Arden Major All-Stars (11-12) vs Whitney: Thursday, June 30, 2016
Coach Bobby Siravo giving a post-game speech.
The Arden Little League 11-12 Major All-Star team beat Whitney Little League 12-4 Thursday afternoon. Behind 5 home... Read more »
Arden Junior All-Stars vs. College Glen: Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Arden’s Junior All-Star team beat the host College Glen Junior All-Star team 17-15 on Tuesday afternoon. Jackson Wohl, Matt Ziegler and Matt Lynch pitched... Read more »
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