LEAGUE ANNOUNCEMENTS





LEAGUE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 2018

Please scroll down the page for all of the latest news, information, and announcements

regarding Mountain Top Area Little
League Baseball & Softball.


BOYs 9-10 ALL STARS 2018
Great Season: District 16 Champs, Section 5 Champs, and Played
in the Penyslvannia State Championships.
Players Front Row from left: Chase Gallella, Grady Seltzer, Nathan Wisniewski, Lucas Shrader, Logan Shrader, Jaxon Fedak & Brady Johnson.
Second Row: Zach Stavish, Jack Rogers, Charlie Modrovsky, Eric Swerdon, Connor Wagaman & Jaden Shedlock. Third Row: Coach Modrovsky, Coach Swerdon, Manager Todd Wagaman & Coach Shedlock.


UPCOMING ACTIVITIES IN OCTOBER

Next Board Meeting: Monday, October 1st
8PM - Alberdeen Complex

Field Winter Prep Day: Saturday, October 13th
8AM - Alberdeen Complex

2nd Board Meeting of Month: October 15th
8PM - Alberdeen Complex

Rain out Date Winter Prep Day: October 20th
8AM - Alberdeen Complex


TEAM SPONSORSHIPS & AD BOARDS

Mt Top Area Little League had approximately 100 team and ad
board sponsors for the 2018 season.

Being a Team Sponsorship is a great way to get you're business or organizations name out into the local community. Team Sponsors get their name on the players uniforms, they are listed on the Team Sponsorship page with a link to their business or organization. The league encourages our more than 600 families to use our team sponsors whenever possible. Team Sponsorships are $250 for the season. Ad Board Sponsorship gets your business or organization on a 8X4 foot sign on the outfield fence, on one of our five fields depending on availability.  1st year Ad Boards are $250 and decrease in future years.

Please call 570-823-7949 for details on either program.


District 16 Champs 2017
and
Section 5 Runner Up.

The Mt Top 10-11 Year Old All Star Team wins the District 16 Championship for 2017.

In the Section 5 Tournament Mt Top beat both North Scranton Little League
& Connell Park Little
League
to finish
as the runer up.


BASEBALL GENERATION'S AGO:
A few generations ago, all youth baseball was more or less the sandlot variety.

Manicured fields were few and far
between. Parents were not around to hit fungoes or draw up lineups.
Children were on their own to become proficient at sports and to love them.
At one time kids played baseball simply because
they loved the game !!