DYH will be holding a Alumni Hockey Tournament Saturday February 8, 2014 at Devine Rink in Dorchester.
Games will be played 2:00 to 7:00 PM.
Cocktail Reception to follow at Florian Hall.
Savin Hill Little League is registering new and returning players ages 5-15 for spring 2014 who live or go to school in Dorchester. Register online at SavinHillLittleLeague.org or in person at the Boys and Girls Club at 35 Deer Street from 10 AM - 2 PM on Sunday, March 2.
For more information or if there are any questions, please email
Cedar Grove Baseball continues a proud tradition of sustaining a fun, community based baseball experience for boys and girls ages 5-15 for more than six decades. League age is determined as of 04.30.14.
Early Registration Rates - Register On-Line by March 3rd at: cedargrovebaseball.com
T Ball: League Ages 5 to 7. This is a fun, instructional league and we will do our best to introduce your child to baseball (using a softer ball and hitting off a T) in a positive manner. We will also introduce basic skills. If your child is League Age 7, you may choose to register in the Minors - this would be a good choice if your child is more advanced athletically.
Minors: League Ages 7-9. This is actual little league baseball! Our Coaches will continue to make it fun for your child, with an enhanced focus on skill development, including how to be a good teammate. If your child is league age 10 and you think he/she would greatly benefit from another year in the Minors, please let us know by emailing our Minors Coordinator, Chris Gross at:
Majors: League Ages 10-12. This is a good step-up from the Minors as your child grows in confidence and skills improve. Our coaches continue to emphasize skill development and being a good teammate, but the competition level is raised up a notch or two. Once your child finishes playing in the Majors, and if he/she enjoys playing baseball, then your child (now a young teen) is ready to take the next step to the Seniors.
Seniors: League Ages 13-15. We play on the big league diamond infield and this is a step that some players hesitate to take. Our Coaches will work with each player to ease this transition and will continue to emphasize fun, teamwork and skill development. We also realize that as "teenagers", your child has alot going on, and we will do our best to instill whatever positive values we can to encourage them to make good choices. There will be an increased emphasis on personal responsibility and parental independence. This means that each player will be expected to consistently attend practices, work hard, be a good teammate and communicate directly with the coach. Parental involvement is most welcome, but this involvement is supplemental to the primary player/coach relationship.