Players who LIVE or ATTEND SCHOOL in boundary can play LL baseball in that boundary
Read the full text of the new rule here.
In an effort to accommodate for Little Leaguers to play with their classmates, and ease the burden on parents and guardians, Little League has amended its residency requirements to allow children to play in the local league whose boundaries where they attend school is located. To verify enrollment, parents will need to bring an official school document, such as a report card or school enrollment form, confirming enrollment in the school for the current academic year, dated before October 1, 2013. Read the full text of the new rule here.
Little League is always looking for more ways to give all children the opportunity to have the best Little League experience possible, said Patrick Wilson, Little League Senior Vice President of Operations and Program Development. This new rule will provide more flexibility for families to participate in the leagues that best fits their children.
NWLL will generate a list of schools within our boundary on our Registration page.
Registration for Northwest Little League in the Spring 2014 season will be open in January 2014.
Please visit the NWLL Registration website to sign up.
The Spring 2014 season runs from April 1st to June 15th.
Registration will close on April 5th.
Sign-up for the 2014 Winter Baseball Training Clinics!
Clinics to be held at Georgetown Day-Middle School Gymnasium (4530 Mac Arthur Blvd., NW Washington DC 20007)
The dates for the clinics are January 12th, 19th, 26th, and February 2, 9, 23 (each session is 2 hours).
Please see the flyer and sign up sheet for more information.
Team photos are now available online.
Please encourage your players and parents to take a look!
Thanks for another great season,
A recent article in The Bristol Press by PAUL ANGILLY covers the history of D.C. in the Little League Eastern Regional Tournament for 11/12s, and mentions NWLL’s victory over New Jersey in 2012. New Jersey went on to win the Mid-Atlantic Region, and played in the Little League World Series in Williamsport PA.
Read full article here
After going 4-1 in pool play, the NWLL 11/12 team lost the DC City championship to Capitol City Little League by a score of 1-7. Despite the loss, we are still proud of our team!
Congratulations to the new city champs, and good luck in Bristol CT.
Mayor Vincent C. Gray (a lefty), threw out the first pitch, and reminisced about his own little league days as a youth in the city. Photo of DC Mayor Gray throwing the 1st pitch to NW catcher Jack Donnellan.
NWLL is not always about winning and losing, it is really about helping our kids and celebrating the accomplishments of our players.
NWLL 9/10s won the DC City Championship and represented District 3 in the Maryland State 9/10 Little League tournament in July.
In the first game, our kids played Thurmont MD (eventual MD State runner-up), but lost 3-5. In the second game, our kids lost a very competitive 5-6 contest against Easton MD.
We wish to thank our coaches and parents for guiding a special group of outstanding players to boundaries far beyond Washington DC. We’d like to offer a special congratulations to the NWLL 9/10 team, your sportsmanship and skill show that Northwest belongs with the best!
The NW 9/10 year old team scored a thrilling 9-8 victory over Capitol Hill on July 9th to secure the DC 9/10 Little League city championship!
Congratulations to the kids as they now move on to represent District 3 in the Maryland State Little League 9/10 Tournament.
The MD State 9/10 tournament is hosted by District 8 Willards Little League. More info on the MD State 9/10 Little League Tournament can be found here. Click here for the 2013 tournament bracket and game schedule. Willards MD is located about half way between Salisbury MD and Ocean City MD. Photo courtesy of Jessica Lerner.
Tucker Myers and Daniel Piho of the NWLL Blue Claws T-Ball team, along with top t-ball prospect Jack Burton, held a lemonade stand this summer in NW DC. The boys prepared the homemade lemonade themselves, squeezing each lemon by hand, and braved the DC heat to sell their product.
From the net proceeds, each boy chose to donate 25% of their earnings to a charity of their choice. Not surprisingly, the boys selected Little League as their charity, and a parent/coach sent the check off to Northwest Washington Little League on June 28. A huge THANKS to the boys ! Hope to see you t-ball financiers in the fall!
Max Whisnant displays determination, focus, and maximum effort as he represents NWLL and DC in the Little League Regionals at Bristol, CT in 2011.
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