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District 19 would like to welcome the new presidents for the 2016 season:

Eastern Sullivan Darell Houser
Mamakating Dan McDonald
Middletown Manuel  Diaz Jr
Monticello John Herm
Pine Bush Robert Deckaj
Port Jervis Jeanne Corcoran




Little League Baseball® Age Determination Date to Move to Aug. 31 beginning in 2018:   Click link below for further information-


Little League® to Adopt New USA Baseball Bat Standard starting 2018
Little League Baseball® has decided to adopt the new bat standard for mandated use effective January 1, 2018: Click link below for further information -



  Youth Baseball and Softball is alive and well in Orange County!

For the fourth year in a row, 15 different Little Leagues in New York’s District 19’s Fall Ball baseball and softball programs culminated their seasons with the annual Harvest Cup tournaments held over the past 2 weeks. 107 teams and over 1,200 players aged 8 through 16 participated in 9 different division tournaments held throughout Orange County. Following are the results of the Harvest Cup Championship games.

Senior Baseball
Washingtonville Gold 14     Warwick Purple 1
Jack Palmer was winning pitcher giving up 3 hits over 6 innings, Andrew Fitzpatrick had 2 hits scored twice, Robert Delguidice had 3 hits and scored 3 times and Anthony Felice closed the game for Washingtonville. Vlad Galitizine, pitched, Dallas Pevny had 2 hits, and Nick Bogedal had 1 hit for Warwick.

Junior Baseball
Minisink Valley Black 13    Monroe-Woodbury 1
Sean Bannon pitched a no hitter with 9 strike outs for the win. Kyle Kuiken was 1 for 2 with 2 RBI, JJ Henriques, Evan Stouber, Liam McElduff, and Chris Kielczewski all went 2 for 3 with 2 singles each for Minisink Valley.

Intermediate (50/70) Baseball
Montgomery 7     Pine Bush 2
 Shayne Meade 1 for 2 double , Dylan Nixon double 2 RBIs, Peter Bruaetti pitchest 6 innings gave up 3 hits 2 runs 7 strike outs for Montgomery.   

Majors Baseball
Chester 13    Warwick Purple 0
Chester: no-hitter, 10 strikeouts; Jake Laura double, single, 2 RBI; Ryan Murphy triple, single, 2 RBI; Matt Drillings double, 2 RBI.
Warwick Purple: finished with 10-1 record.

Minor Baseball
Chester 5      Town of Newburgh 0
Andre Jenkins winning pitcher 7 strikeouts, a triple 2 RBIs, Tyler Csernai one hit 2 RBIs , Daniel Lugo a hit.

Senior Softball
Town of Newburgh 4     Washingtonville 
Maddison Pacione was the winning pitcher with 17 strikeouts and 1 hit, Catherine Canfield had an RBI and Cameron Roth 1 hit. Washingtonville had 4 hits.

Junior Softball
Town of Wallkill 6     Washingtonville 5
Gianna Scarzafava had 12 strikeouts and hit 2 homeruns, Kayla McNamara triple and scored twice, and Taylor Perezin the winning run for Wallkill.

Majors Softball
Montgomery 3     Pine Bush 0
A pitchers duel of a game. Julianne McCabe pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts, allowing only 1 hit.  Allison Bandura hit 1-3.  Sierra Birmingham and Caitlyn Price both went 1-2 at the plate for Montgomery.

Minor Softball
Montgomery 12       Minisink Valley 2
Cassie Brundage struck out 9 for the win, and scored 2 runs. Emma Spindler had a grand slam and scored twice, Amber Lewis had a hit and scored a run, Gabby Terralavoro, Emilia Brundage, and Amy Crowley each scored a run for Montgomery. Jazmin Mejia singled and scored, Vanessa Lybolt doubled and scored, and Gianna Catletti struck out 4 for Minisink Valley.


District 19 would like to give congratulations to John Lacey on his retirement. Thank you for your 40+ years of dedication and service to Little League and District 19