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Posted by VNLL Little League at Feb 22, 2015 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

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Home Run Raffle

Posted by VNLL Little League at Apr 19, 2014 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

March 8th

1st $100 Jim Pierce

2nd $75 Alina Venegas

3rd $25 Phil Grant


March 15th

1st $100 Mark Leinwander

2nd $75 Jude Adsuara

3rd $25 Alice Stone


March 22nd

1st $100 Jose Fiscal Sr

2nd $75 Jose Fiscal

3rd $25 Kristin McCaffrey


March 29th-Event Rained-Out-Drawing to take place April 19th!


April 5th

1st $100 Jackie Dummer

2nd $75 Cooper Bouffard

3rd $25 Cecilia Fine


April 12th

1st $100 Stacy Schutte

2nd $75 Nathan Herring

3rd $25 Brandon Mitchell


April 19th -For 3/29 Event

1st $100 Beth Lukens

2nd $75 Aileen Caringal

3rd $25 Carmen Lopez


April 26th – Rained Out-Drawing to take place May 4th!


May 3rd 1st $100 Eddie Gundy

2nd $75 Gillie Miller

3rd $25 Johnny Qamar


May 4th – for 4/26 rainout

1st $100 Carolyn Carbrera

2nd $75 Maurilio Goday

3rd $25 Joey Demattos


May 10th

1st $100 Rebecca Drummond

2nd $75 Yony Cerriteno

3rd $25 Billy Jones


May 17th

1st $100 Amanda Proctor

2nd $75 Rita Douglas

3rd $25 Stan Walker

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Posted by VNLL Little League at Sep 30, 2013 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The Challenger Division was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school, to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide. Today, more than 30,000 children participate in more than 900 Challenger Divisions worldwide.

Teams are set up according to abilities, rather than age, and can include as many as 15-20 players. Challenger games can be played as tee ball games, coach pitch, player pitch, or a combination of the three.

In a Challenger game, each player gets a chance to bat. The side is retired when the offense has batted through the roster, or when a pre-determined number of runs have been scored, or when three outs are recorded. Little League recommends that no score be kept during Challenger games. The Challenger players wear the same uniforms, shoulder patches and safety equipment as other Little League players.

One of the benefits of having a Challenger Division is that it encourages the use of "buddies" for the Challenger players. The buddies assist the Challenger players on the field, but whenever possible, encourage the players to bat and make plays themselves. However, the buddy is always nearby to help when needed.

Parents and teenagers are strongly encouraged to become involved in this uniquely-rewarding division of Little League. After completing a Little League volunteer application and passing a required national background check, teenagers may become buddies, while parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, local league board members and other volunteer positions within the league.

District 64 Challenger Division is building teams in each local Little League.  We have games once a week and use buddies from our Minor and Major teams, as well as any local group who would like to participate.  On the field buddies have fun right along our Challengers!

If you are interested in helping out, or would like more information, please contact