Monarch Little League is a non-profit organization that has been in operation for over 10 years. During this time MLL has held a clear mission of providing positive and memorable baseball experiences for young players in the Louisville and Superior areas. MLL has always had the stated goal of optimizing player development through quality practice and age appropriate competitive playing environments both within the league and inter-league opportunities.
Monarch's baseball history is marked with the exciting exploits of thousands of players over the years. The excitement may be as simple as a 6-year old wearing his uniform the night before his first game, the first base hit or a young player throwing his first pitch or the amazing memory created of the first home run being cheered on by the team.
Most of all what this league and sport brings is a sense of teamwork, a glimpse into competition which creates pride and passion in your child as they develop their skills. Unlike other leagues, Monarch Little League encourages a child to make new friends through the sport, whilst developing their abilities with encouragement and enthusiasm.
This is a great sport for Girls and Boys alike, you’ll be surprised at what your child can accomplish given the opportunity and encouragement to do so.
Baseball has a great history and the Monarch Little League hopes all our young players have a positive experience and carry lasting memories with them.
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North Boulder LL Challenger Program
CHALLENGER IS LOOKING FOR YOU!! North Boulder, South Boulder, Monarch and Centaurus Little Leagues are combining to offer a Challenger program located in Boulder this spring.
What is CHALLENGER?
Challenger is a division of Little League whose most fundamental goal is to give everyone a chance to play baseball, regardless of their abilities. The program uses a buddy system whereby participants are paired with nondisabled peer buddies to learn and enjoy the game of baseball and make new friends. The Little League Challenger Division accommodates players with a variety of disabilities, including those with wheelchairs, and gives these children the opportunity to participate and enjoy the benefits of Little League.
The Challenger group meets for six Sundays beginning April 19th at 1:00 pm at North Boulder Park (No meeting on Memorial Day weekend).
The rules of Challenger are:
All children, ages 5-18 with physical or developmental disabilities are encouraged to participate
Level of play CAN be based on players’ size, age and skill level
Teams can vary in size, from 8-12 players
The teams bat through the lineup
The typical game length is two innings
Game time is about 60 minutes
Games are once a week
Games are being planned for Sunday afternoons starting in mid-April.
The Buddy system can help the player in the field or at bat to whatever degree is necessary
WHAT’S THE COST?
Please contact Liz Roberts for additional information: