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Hello Moorpark Little League Families,
It has been a few weeks since we've provided an update. With the county announcing the stay at home now through the end of May, we're providing our current and updated plan for potentially being able to complete the spring season under a modified schedule.
As with the previous update, we have not cancelled the spring season. With continued changes and the hopeful progress to relaxing more restrictions, there are several options we are planning for.
Based on the responses to date, we appear to have a good majority teams and players really anxious to play and finish the season out.
With the updated stay at home order in Ventura County moved to the end of May, Moorpark Little League would look to start possibly in the 2nd week of June to ensure all of the regulations in place are accounted for in order to provide safe environment for the kids to play. . At a high-level, schedules would be modified in June to early July for 2 to 3 games per week (depending on division) with a single-game elimination tournament in the final week of the season for the competitive divisions.
With the announcement of Little League International cancelling this year's Little League World Series tournament, our focus will be on providing all the divisions an opportunity play and finish out this season. There will not be an all-star season following.
Aside from the modified schedules, the league really has to coordinate a plan to assure were providing a safe environment and adhering to any regulations and guidelines in order to play. Some options we will be looking at would be to spread games out more, with no more than 2 games being held at a time. Using both the visitor and home side stands as the player dugout to adhere to distancing and require spectators to space appropriately in the outfield fence. (With modified guidelines for t-ball) Again, these options will continue to be discussed and formed by the board based on the regulations and guidance we're given.
As we get clearer direction in terms of being able to return to the field, we’ll communicate further updates and details on the plans for June.
Thank you for your continued patience and please stay well! We can't wait to be able to play some baseball in the near future.
Moorpark Little League Board
Emma and Anthony were the first recipients of the Sgt. Ron Helus Legacy Award!
December 30th was an exciting day for our town of Moorpark. Emma Tolle and Anthony Tamayo were selected to represent and honor the bravery of Sgt Ron Helus. Emma and Anthony were presented with the first ever Sgt. Ron Helus Legacy award and scholarships at the Easton Hit Labratory! The spirit of this award represents Sportsmanship, Commitment, Upholding the Little League core values, Respect to others, and Dedication! Everything that Sgt. Ron Helus represented when he wore his uniform.
Moorpark Little League thanks Karen Helus, Commander John Reilly and Easton for the fantastic experiences with Ryan Braun, Tyler Saladino, Scott Heineman and Tyler Heineman on this special day!
2019 District 13 Champions 2019 Section 1 Champions
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Moorpark Little League's main field complex is located at 200 Park Lane. The fields are located on the school grounds of Chaparrel Middle School. The MPLL Complex rules and regulations follow that of the school grounds.
NO DOGS, NO BIKES, NO SCOOTERS, NO SKATEBOARDS, NO ALCOHOL are permitted on the premises at any time.
MPLL strives to maintain an excellent relationship with the school and Moorpark School Disctrict.
We ask that all players, parents, guests and visitors help out by following and communicating the rules and policy with your friends and guests coming to watch the games.
The rules will be strictly enforced. Anyone entering the facility will be asked to leave the premises by a Board Member or Board Member-at-Large if any rules and regulations are not being followed.
Player Safety Message:
We were honored to participate in a segment on Good Morning America with such a great message, thanks to one of our families. Video Link The long term health of our players is a top priority. It's important that all leagues, coaches, parents, and players take care of these developing arms and have fun playing a sport we all love!
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