Division titles decided as Yankees, Pirates, Braves and Velocity win championships.

6/16/2021:  Four division championships were won this evening, as top seeds justified their regular season first-place finishes in the Major Boys, AAA, Minor Girls and AA Divisions.  The Major Boys Yankees mounted a last-inning come-from-behind rally to nip the Giants and win the Major Boys Championship.  In Boys AAA, the Pirates completed a two-game sweep of the Cubs to win the crown. The Minor Girls Velocity team was strong in all aspects of the game, hitting, pitching and fielding in defeating the runners-up, Extreme for the Minor Girls championship.  The Braves offense buried the Blue Jays to win the Boys AA title. 

Congratulations to the Champions, and to all the teams and players who competed in PRLL this season.  Have a great summer!


Tigers lineup rains hits on the Arizona Sun Devils.  Congrats to the Champs. 

In the Championship Game of the PRLL Major Girls Division on Monday night, the LSU Tigers played a great game on offense and defense, and out-fought a hard-working Arizona Sun Devil team to win the 2021 Major Girls title.  It is the first championship to be decided this summer. The remaining divisions will have playoffs stretching into next week.  Due to the uncertainties of the pandemic, it is uncertain, but highly doubtful, whether there will be a county-wide Major Girls Tournament of Champions (generally held in Haverstraw).  (Game Photos have been posted HERE).  

(July 10, 2021): D-18 ALL-STARS - PRLL RESULTS

The PRLL Baseball 9's won the Rockland County 9 Year-Olds Championship with an 11-0 victory over New City in the West Nyack Tournament on Sat., July 10 at 11:00 a.m.  Here are all the tournament results to date. (The brackets can be viewed on the Team Central tab above). 

Baseball Age 10 team:  They were 3-0 in D-18 Tournament Pool Play, and played for the championship against New City (also 3-0) on Monday, July 5 at 7:00 p.m. at the Stony Point field.  (PRLL had defeated South Orangetown, 8-0, West Nyack-Nanuet, 17-10 and Nyack-Valley Cottage, 5-2). UPDATE 7/5: In a game that was close all the way, New City pulled off a game-winning rally in the final inning and won the D-18 banner, 4-2.  The PRLL boys played a great game and can hold their head high as they start their summer vacation. (LINK TO GAME PHOTOS). 

Baseball Age 9 team:   The 9's are playing in the Rockland County 9 year-old Tournament, and they completed a 4-0 run in pool play by defeating Stony Point to reach the semi finals, where they blanked the host team, West Nyack, 10-0 on July 9. They defeated New City, 11-0, in the title game on Saturday, July 10 on Cesca Field in West Nyack (see next story, below).  (Previously, PRLL defeated West Nyack/Nanuet, 10-0; New City, 17-2; and Suffern, 13-5; and Stony Point, 2-1).  

Baseball LL Age 12 team:    The 12's won their opener against New City, 12-4, but dropped their next game, 6-4, to Nyack-Valley Cottage.  In the double-elimination tournament, they will play a lower-bracket game against South Orangetown on Monday, July 5, at 5:00 p.m. at Zukor Field in New City.  UPDATE: PRLL was defeated by SO, 5-0, and was eliminated.  SO will play tomorrow, July 6 at 6:00 p.m. at the Stony Point field, against either New City or Stony Point (the winner will advance to a semi-final game the next night).  The loser on Tuesday is eliminated from tournament play. 

Softball Age 10 team:  The 10's had a very competitive team in the District 18 tournament, winning their first game, 17-10, over Nanuet-West Nyack, before dropping a hard-fought 11-9 game to New City and then being outscored, 13-8, by Stony Point. 

Softball Age 11 team:   The 11's ran into a very strong New City team which took the D-18 title and moved on to the State tournament. 

Softball LL Age 12 team:  The 12's dropped decisions to South Orangetown and Haverstraw on consecutive nights, June 24 and 25. The South Orangetown team went on to capture the District 18 title. 

(July 10, 2021): PRLL BOYS' 9's ARE COUNTY CHAMPS!

The PRLL Boys' 9 Year-Old Baseball Team blanked New City, 11-0, on Saturday to win the Rockland County 9 Year-Olds Championship in the County Tournament held in West Nyack.  Nolan W. of Pearl River threw a no-hitter, and the PRLL bats were alive, as they brought PRLL its only post-season title this year.  Game and team photos have been posted - USE THIS LINK).  

(Aug. 6, 2021): CONGRATS, NEIGHBOR!!

SOLL Majors Softball Team swept through the Little League East Regionals and reached the Little League Softball World Series  in Greenville, N.C.

In case you missed it, our neighbor South Orangetown Little League has accomplished a rare feat.  SOLL's Majors (11-12) Softball team, after winning the District 18, Regional and New York State championships, has prevailed (5-0 record) in the Little League Eastern Regionals and has gained a berth in the Little League Softball World Series beginning on August 11 in Greenville, North Carolina.  SOLL, designated as "New York" in the LLSBWS, will take on Arizona on August 11, Texas on August 13, Missouri on August 14 and Virginia on August 15. An elimination round will be held on August 16 (to be televised on ESPN-2/ESPN News), semi-finals on August 17 (ESPN-2) and a consolation game and LL Championship (ESPN) on August 18. Go, SOLL! Best of luck, neighbor!

UPDATE 8/11/21: SOLL blanked Arizona, 4-0 today in their first LL Softball World Series game.  Haley Arvidson led New York to a 4-0 win against Arizona with 6 strikeouts, with help from Ava Handleman who hit an RBI and a triple. Next game is against Texas on Friday.

UPDATE 8/14/21: The SOLL team continues to play great softball, but are now up against the best teams in the country, and yesterday and today, they dropped tight 2-0 decisions to Texas and Missouri, respectively, for a 1-2 record thus far in pool play.  They have one more game, tomorrow (Sunday) at 7 p.m. against undefeated Virginia, before an elimination round on Monday. 

UPDATE 8/15/21:  Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 protocols, SOLL was forced to forfeit their game against Virginia, ending their participation in the tournament.  Despite the disappointment, SOLL can be proud of their efforts, and their  Little League Softball World Series appearance has set a new bar for Rockland County softball. 

See photos of the team at this link.


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