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NMHLL is home of the 2021 Little League World Series Participants 

( 11/12 All Stars) 

 

2021- Little League World Series

Top 8 finalist

 

2021- 11/12 Regional Champions

2021- 11/12 State Champions

2021- 11/12 District 2 Champions

 

AND

 

2021- 50/70 State Champions

North Manchester Hooksett Little League rides pitching and power to the NH State Championship.

NMHLL beat Bedford 4-0 in game one of the best of 3 series Saturday afternoon on the strength of Mason Duvall’s

pitching and Tristan Lucier’s bat. Mason Duvall pitched 5 1/3 innings of shutout ball, allowing only 3 hits, with 11 strikeouts. Throwing 67% of his 87 pitches for strikes Mason only walked 1 batter.

NMHLL got on the scoreboard in the third inning with a single by Liam Carter Patten and a homerun by Tristan

Lucier, his 7th homerun of the all-star tournament and 14th for the Little League season. NMHLL put up 2 more runs in the 5th inning when Mason Duvall doubled and was driven in by Calen Lucier’s single.

Tyler Chauvette also hit a single for NMHLL. Tristen Lucier closed out the game in relief by striking out both batters he faced in

the top of the 6th inning.

NMHLL’s pitching and power was also on display in its championship clinching 8-0 win in game 2 on Sunday.

Tristan Lucier picked up where he left of on Saturday by pitching a complete game, no-hitter, striking out 16 Bedford batters out of the total 20 he faced. Tristan thru 66% of his 83 pitches for strikes, walking only 2 batters– the only base runners on the day for Bedford.

NMHLL scored 3 runs in the 1st inning with back-to-back solo home runs by Mason DeVall and Tristan Lucier,

followed by a double by Calen Lucier, who was driven in by Keith Townsend. NMHLL put up 2 more runs in the 2nd inning when Dom LaBranche singled and Ryson Michaud hit his 2nd homerun of the all-star tournament.

NMHLL’s final 3 runs came in the 5th inning when Keith Townsend singled to lead off the inning, Jacoby Acevedo reached on an error, Tyler Chauvette’s single drove in Keith, Calan Murphy drove in Jacoby with a perfect bunt and Mason DuVall’s third hit of the game drove in Liam Carter Patten, who pinch ran for Tyler Chauvette.

NMHLL now moves on to the New England Regional Tournament in Bristol CT, where the top 2 finishers will move on to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA. NMHLL’s first game will be Sunday August 8 at 7:00 pm against Maine, it will be televised on ESPN+.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR TEAM, WE ARE ALL SO PROUD OF YOU!

11/12 ALL-STAR TEAM SELECTED!

CONGRATULATIONS to our 11/12 ALL-STAR team!!

We are confident you will represent our league well and bring home the win!

Team Manager: Tim DeVall 
Coaches: Blaire Townsend and Mike Lucier

All updates for post season schedules can be found here as they occur: https://www.hooksettbaseball.com/allstars

PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT

The Parent Code of Conduct emphases the proper role of parents in supporting the youth of our community and their child in sports.

The essential elements of character building and ethics in sports are the foundations of sportsmanship and are demonstrated by the core principles of respect, responsibility, fairness, and good citizenship.

As a NMHLL Parent, I hereby pledge to provide positive support, care, and encouragement for each child participating in NMHLL by adhering to the following code of conduct:

  1. I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support at all times.
  2. I will remember that children participate to have fun, and that the game is for youth, not adults.
  3. I will not engage in any kind of unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, coach, player or parent such as booing and taunting, refusing to shake hands, or using profane language.
  4. I will teach my child that doing one's best is more important than winning.
  5. I will respect the officials and their authority during games.
  6. I will not confront coaches or managers at any time during games.
  7. I will refrain from coaching my child or other players during games.
  8. I will refrain from complaining/gossiping about players, coaches, umpires, or the league with players or parents.
  9. If I have concerns I will address them in a professional manner at an appropriate time in private with the manager or Board of Directors

I also agree that if I fail to abide by the aforementioned rules and guidelines, I will be subject to disciplinary action levied by the NMHLL Board of Directors or Disciplinary Committee that could include, but is not limited to the following:

  1. Verbal Warning
  2. Written Warning
  3. Parental suspension for games
  4. Parental season suspension
  5. Parental removal from all league activities

FREE Injury Clinic via SafeSports

 

Available to all players throughout the season. You must register for an appointment and complete a parent waiver. 

 

Sign up here


CHANGES FOR THE 2021 SEASON

 

Please read below for current changes. 

Player Checklist

CHECKLIST:

( Due to Covid-19 the league will not be providing shared equipment. All players must bring their own.) 

  • Glove
  • Pants or Practice Pants (Grey)
  • Cleats
  • Bat
  • Batting Gloves ( if using them)
  • Helmet
  • Water Bottle
  • Socks (color TBD)
  • Belt (color TBD)
  • Athletic Cup
  • Sanitizer
  • Camp chair ( so the player can put their equipment next to it)
  • Mask ( for non baseball activities when unable to social distance)

T-Ball Age and Residency

T-Ball now includes ages 3.5-5 

Any child born BEFORE 8/31/2017 is eligible to play!!

You do not need to reside in the district to register for T-Ball

NEW Intermediate Division

  • Ages 11-13
  • Played on a 50/70 field
  • Competitive play that focuses on advanced fundamentals and the transition for players between the standard Little League field size (46-foot pitching distance and 60-foot base paths) and the Junior/Senior field size (60-foot, 6-inch pitching distance and 90-foot base paths).
  • Regular season players in the Little League Intermediate 50/70 Baseball Division have the opportunity to dual roster, meaning he/she can play in the Little League Major Baseball Division during the same season (so long as they meet the age requirements for both). Achieving tournament eligibility is possible in either division, but a player must choose one division of play to participate in during the tournament season.
  • Rosters of up to 13 per team
  • Practice or games will not be more than 2 to 3 hours per day, two or three games a week.
  • Players will play a 7 inning baseball game with strict adherence to little league rules.
  • Pitch counts will be strictly enforced. 

2021 NMHLL Safety Update and Resumption of Play

Please visit our Covid-19 resource page for the full update. We will update this new page as more information becomes available: https://www.hooksettbaseball.com/covid-19


2022 Fall Baseball Season

 

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2021 Capital Improvement Project for Field Rehabilitation

North Manchester Hooksett Little League has applied for and been awarded a grant through the MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation for some improvements at our North Manchester baseball complex.  This grant only covers a small portion of the work that we are looking to accomplish.

To support our efforts, the Dyn Legacy Fund has made a significant donation to the project as well as made an additional $11,000 Donation Match Challenge.  If NMHLL can raise $11,000 towards the project, the Dyn Legacy Fund will match the $11,000!!!

Please help us raise the funds so that we can get the $11,000 match from the Dyn Legacy Fund.  Any amount will help, even if $10 will make a difference.

Donate here!

 The primary goal of these projects is to improve the safety of our children as well as to create an area where families can gather and watch the game as a community. 

 



Sponsors

 

Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible for North Manchester Hooksett Little League to operate.



Jordan's Dream Fund: Supporting Young Adult Cancer Research

Jordan’s Dream Fund was established in 2017 after the passing of 28-year-old Jordan Andrew Singer (1988-2017) Jordan decided that he wanted to continue to assist others who were less fortunate than him fight their disease(s) and help maximize and enrich their ever-changing lives. We now ask you to help support that mission, so we can help others in a similar situation live their lives and their dreams just like Jordan did. See his story at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNi0tSxW8Ww&feature=youtu.be

Red Sox Foundation Little League Volunteer of the Year

Ara Tamzarian--Red Sox Foundation Little League Volunteer of the Year for NH