The Senior Ball division is for players ages 13, 14, 15, and 16. League age is determined by the player's age on August 31, 2018. EXCEPTION: Players born from May 1 - August 31, 2005 are considered Little League age 12 and ineligible to play Senior Ball.
The games will start in Mid-May, after High School baseball season is over. Players in the regular season will be eligible to be on a Senior All Star team. 13 and 14 year olds will be eligible to play on the Junior All Star team.
Cost: $135/player No fundraisers! No Volunteer Requirements! Go Click here to download the registration forms.
Please contact Kim.Bollin@ghll.net
Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard was implemented. Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018.
Starting January 1, 2018, ALL BATS USED IN ANY LITTLE LEAGUE GAME OR ACTIVITY AT ANY LEVEL EXCEPT INTERMEDIATE, JUNIORS AND SENIORS MUST HAVE THE NEW USA BASEBALL MARK. NO BBCOR Bats can be used in Minor or Major divisions. BBCOR only must be used at Senior level.
Effective February 15, 2018, BBCOR bats are now legal in the Junior division.
Note: Tee Ball Bats
Starting on January 1, 2018, all Tee Ball bats in the Little League Baseball® Tee Ball program must feature the USA Baseball mark and accompanying text. Tee Ball bats that were produced and/or purchased prior to the implementation of the new standard can be certified using an Approved Tee Ball Sticker (available September 1, 2017) via the USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker Program for use with approved Tee Ball baseballs for Little League play. Tee Ball bats for Little League Softball® Tee Ball programs must follow the Little League Softball Official Regulations, Playing Rules, and Policies.
It was a great run by the Golden Hill Junior All Star team finishing in the Top 6 teams of Southern California.
13-14s (All State Tournament Games at Boysen Park in Anaheim)
Golden Hill vs. Aliso Viejo - Won 6-5
Golden Hill vs. Twin Hills - Won 8-0
Golden Hill vs. Encinitas - Lost 1-15
Golden Hill vs. Upland National - Lost 4-5 (in 9)
Congratulations to the Golden Hill 13/14 All-Star team for taking home the Section 5 championship for the third year in a row!!!
Approximately 480 teams in Southern California started the Junior tournament and we are 1 of only 10 teams still playing! Amazing accomplishment!
They move on to the Southern California State Championship tournament against Aliso Viejo LL this Friday, July 21st at 5:30 pm at Boysen Park in Anaheim.
Go Golden Hill !!!
Come out to the fields to support our teams as they compete for Section 5 championships for Golden Hill.
13-14s (All Section 5 Games at Enderby Field in Orange)
Golden Hill vs. West Long Beach - Won 8-6
Golden Hill vs. Metro - Won 10-2
Golden Hill vs. Metro - Won 4-3 (CHAMPIONSHIP)
11-12s (All Section 5 Games at Stearns Park in Long Beach)
Golden Hill vs. West Long Beach - Lost 9-7
Golden Hill vs. Metro - Lost 7-4
9-10s (All Section 5 Games at Metro Little League in Santa Fe Springs)
Golden Hill vs. Tustin Western - Lost 7-3
Golden Hill vs. West Long Beach - Won 10-6
Golden Hill vs. La Mirada - Won 6-5
Golden Hill vs. Tustin Western - Won 6-5
Golden Hill vs. Tustin Western - Lost 12-6 (CHAMPIONSHIP)
9-10s (All District 56 Games at Veteran's Park in Yorba Linda)
Golden Hill vs. East Hills - Won 10-9
Golden Hill vs. Murphy Ranch - Won 13-3
Golden Hill vs. Brea - Won 13-1
Golden Hill vs. La Habra - Won 11-1
Golden Hill vs. La Habra - Won 8-6 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)
10-11s (All District 56 Games at Veteran's Park in Yorba Linda)
Golden Hill vs. Murphy Ranch - Lost 10-0
Golden Hill vs. La Habra - Won 5-1
Golden Hill vs. Whittier - Won 13-3
Golden Hill vs. Murphy Ranch - Won 18-8
Golden Hill vs. West Yorba Linda - Won 13-2
Golden Hill vs. East Hills - Lost 15-0
11-12s (All District 56 Games at Fullerton Sports Complex)
Golden Hill vs. Murphy Ranch - Won 19-1
Golden Hill vs. East Hills - Won 13-1
Golden Hill vs. East Fullerton - Won - 12-2
Golden Hill vs. West Yorba Linda - Won 21-9 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)
13-14s (All District 56 Games at Fullerton Sports Complex)
Golden Hill vs. Brea - Won 11-1
Golden Hill vs. East Fullerton - Won 6-4
Golden Hill vs. Brea - Won 9-1 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)
GHLL is using First Advantage, a Little League endorsed and recommended service, to perform our background checks this year.
First Advantage performs background checks that include state criminal and sex-registry history information and does not obtain subsequent arrest notification for those individuals.
The sex offender registry data in a few states is obtained through a Name-Only-Search and uses no other identifiers such as date of birth and/or social security number. If a criminal record is identified in any of these states that use Name-Only-Searches, that person will receive a report from First Advantage® showing that his/her name was identified on a criminal record. Please note, this may or may not be the person for whom the league is conducting a background check.
Please contact GHLL President, Gary Simkins, to obtain additional information about GHLL's background check policy.
Attention parents! Have your kids wanted their eyes painted like the Major Leaguers. Why deal with a messy black eye paint. Purchase your customized Golden Hill Little League eye black stickers. It's as simple stick them on and peel the off with no mess. If you are interested please contact Eric Bollin 714-864-9581 firstname.lastname@example.org or Kim Bollin 714 864-9587 Kimberlybollin@ymail.com. Eye Black will be delivered to you but if you need it for game time please give them advance notice.
Have you been envious of your fellow baseball fans comfortably seated in their very own Golden Hill Little League stadium chairs & wondered how to get your hands on one? We have chairs available for the great price of $50/ea. Contact Erin Bedell to arrange payment & delivery. Stadium chairs make excellent team parent and scorekeeper gifts. Supplies are limited, so don't miss out!
Little League baseball, which began in 1939, now has over 2.5 million children participating in all 50 states. Organized sports teach kids teamwork and self-esteem, and give some kids a lifelong passion. Baseball, more than any other sport, allows for the opportunity for even the weakest participants to be in a position to win a big game for his or her team.
These are memories people never forget.
Parents, enjoy it all! Soon enough our kids will be grown and all that we will be left with is the memory of a sunny Saturday afternoon at the park with hundreds of kids in their baseball uniforms beaming with excitement and having the time of their lives!
If you would like to volunteer and be a part of Golden Hill Little League, we have many positions available. Your child's team needs volunteers, and the league needs volunteers and our concession stands need volunteers. Thank you to everyone involved with Golden Hill Little League for making this a wonderful time!
Home of the 2017 9/10, 11/12 & 13/14 District 56 and 13/14 Section 5 Champions !!!
Promoting the spirit of Little League Baseball.
P.O. Box 5345
Fullerton, California 92838
Member of California's District 56
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