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Welcome to Weston CT Little League!

The Little League
Player Pledge

I trust in God,
I love my country, 
And will respect its laws,
I will play fair, 
And strive to win,
But win or lose, 
I will always do my best.


The Little League
Parent/Volunteer Pledge

I will teach all children to play fair and do their best.
I will positively support all managers, coaches and players.
I will respect the decisions of the umpires.
I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game.


Field Closures
Dear Weston Little League Community,
Please not the following notice from the town of Weston.
By order of the Town of Weston,
Due to  Covid-19 social distancing requirements, all athletic and recreational facilities including fields,  playgrounds ,basketball courts, running track , parking lots and tennis courts located at the Weston Public School  campus, Morehouse Farm Park , Bisceglie Scribner Park and the playground at Keene Park are completely closed to the public until further notice.
Please stay safe and stay home!
Thank you!

by posted 04/01/2020
Weston Little League Training Tips and Challenge
Weston Little League Community: 
Introducing the Weston Little League Challenge
We are in the midst of what should be the start of baseball season.  Unfortunately, COVID19 has caused us to change the way we live in order to be responsible citizens— to keep us safe and not spread the virus. However, this does not mean that we should put our lives on hold. Life is about making adjustments.  We constantly have to make adjustments in our lives to deal with situations, both in and outside of our control.  
Baseball is a microcosm of life. Baseball players have to constantly make adjustments. Hitters make adjustments based on the type of pitcher and type of pitch. Pitchers make adjustments based on the hitters strengths and weaknesses, the pitch count, etc.  Fielders make adjustments based on both the pitcher, hitter and conditions of both the field and environment. 
We, at Weston Little League, would like to help provide guidance during this time on how to adjust.  This break does not mean you need to take a break from staying fit and improving your baseball skills.  To that end, we would like to provide you with guidance on activities your player can do in order to hone their fitness and baseball skills during this time.  The below workouts are suggestions, many of which I have employed when working with my own kids. 
Weston Little League Challenge: Please share the your player(s) workouts with us on a weekly basis.  You can also share any additional workout routines you find useful.  You can send us an email at   or post it on our Facebook page at
There is a lot here.  Pick and choose what works best for your players and do these choosen workouts safely and, where appropriate, under the supervision of a parent.  Thanks and stay safe and healthy!
Weston Little League
Suggested Workout: 
I.  Stretching and Sprints
1) Dynamic Stretching - Legs (5 mins- these can be done every day, do at least 3 days per week):
2) Quick Feet: (5 mins- these should be done after stretching and can be done every day, at least 3 days per week):
3) Quick Sprints: 3 days per week.  You can alternate between Option A and B.
Option A: 5-10-15 yards.  Setup a cone or some marker at 5 yards, 10 yards and 15 yards.  Now sprint to each line forward and backward as fast as you can.  Do this 5 times and take 30 seconds between sets.  
Option B: Hill Sprints:  Find a relatively steep hill that takes your child between 6-10 seconds to run up.  Have your child run up the hill as fast as they can.  Run up forward 5 times and then walk down, then repeat. Then do the same thing backwards 3 times.  
40 yard Sprints: After doing option A and B, have them run as fast as they can for 40 yards 2 times. 
II. Arm Stretches: Attached is a great video to give you a set of arm warmups and stretches your player should do before any throwing.  
III. Strength: 15-20 minutes
Attached are upper body and lower body workouts you can do without any equipment. You can do these 3 times per week.  Should take no more than 20-25 mins.  They should ideally be done after your arm and leg stretches. 
Remember good form is more important than how many they do.  
Do Upper body, then rest for 1 min, then do core exercises  then rest for 1 minute, then do lower body exercises. 
Upper Body: do exercises 1-5 with a very short break in between (15 seconds). 
1) Push ups: Do as many pushups as you can in 30 seconds or until you cannot do any more.
2)  Burpees:  Do as many as you can for 30 seconds.
3) Close Grip Pushups. Do as many as you can in 20 seconds or until you cannot do any more
4) Dips:   Do as many pushups as you can in 30 seconds or until you cannot do any more.
5) Bear Crawls: Go back and forward over a 10 yard distance (approximate):   
Core Exercises; do these with no break in between 
1) Do a plank for 1 minute or as long as you can.
2) Do 20 mountain climbers.
3) Inchworm: Do 5 times out and back, work up to 10 times
Lower Body Exercises: do exercises 1-5 with a very short break in between (15 seconds). 
1) Box Jump: Find a “box” or ledge or something they can jump up on.  Do 10 times:
2) Wall Squats: start with 30 seconds, work up to 1 minute
3) Broad Jumps: do 10 times as far as they can.  Do 5 out, 5 back.
4) 1 legged ski jumps: do 5 back and forth with each leg.
5) 1 legged lunge do 10 with each leg,
IV. Throwing: 15-20 minutes. Throw 3-4 times per week
Attached is a suggested throwing routine.  These are just suggestions on warming up before you just throw. If you are already working with a coach, continue with their plan. 
Throwing progression drills
Suggestions: do this routine and then just play catch until your they are throwing “long toss” meaning they are throwing long distances.  This should only be done after they have been throwing for at least a week.  10 mins of throwing after warm up routine is perfect.  If you are playing catch, mix in some line drives, goound balls and pop ups.
V. Hitting: 15 - 20 mins.  3 -4 times per week. 
Here are some suggestions if you have a tee (or equivalent) at home.  

by posted 03/24/2020
Notifications from the WLL website (League Athletics)

Please take a moment to read the following note from League Athletics, our website host:

Recently, major carriers like Verizon have begun throttling text message reminders to their customers, delaying or deleting texts sent from Verizon in particular has asked us to drastically reduce the number of texts we send going forward. In addition, we've received complaints from parents, coaches and administrators about the volume of text messages being sent to them for events in their websites.

To increase sending efficiency for urgent and serious messaging, we will discontinue sending text reminders for Practices only, and change notifications for Practices sent via text message will only be sent if the change is made within 48 hours of the event’s start time. Below is a table that outlines the changes.

Practice Communications

Message Notification Type Sending Policy
Practice Reminder Text Message No longer sent
Practice Reminder Email 48 hrs prior to event
Practice Notification Text Message Sent immediately if within 48 hrs of event
Practice Notification Email Immediately

Game Communications (No changes)

Message Notification Type Sending Policy
Game Reminder Text Message 2.5 hrs prior to event
Game Reminder Email 48 hrs prior to event
Game Notification Text Message Immediately
Game Notification Email Immediately


*Reminders are messages that are automatically triggered by the system and sent without any user actions.  Notifications are messages sent when an event is added or changed.

by posted 04/28/2014
Drop-Off and Parking at Bisceglie


With pre-season practice underway and the season officially opening this weekend, we'd like to remind you of the parking and drop-off procedures at Bisceglie. 

There is no drop-off, pick-up or parking of cars anywhere along the upper roadway of Bisceglie Park at any time (games or practices).  

The entrance in and out of the park needs to remain clear of stopped or parked cars at all times.  It’s a safety issue for the players crossing the road and we need to keep cars moving in the upper roadway. 

Player drop-off and pick-up should take place in the lower parking area; please do not stop along the roadway, by the handicap spaces or the portables to let players in/out of your car.

All cars must be parked in the parking lot.  There are several handicap parking spaces available for those cars with a valid/current handicap parking permit - no exceptions!

We appreciate your support in adhering to these rules for the safety of all our players, pedestrians and motorists.

Thank you,
Weston Little League Board of Directors


by posted 04/23/2014
Safety Equipment

Dear Parents of Weston Little League Players,
I'd like to alert you to potential products that may aid in the safety of our children.  These products are not mandated by Little League National of Williamsport, so Weston Little League is not mandating them, but our  board thinks that you should at least know about them so you can make your own informed decision whether or not to purchase them for your children.
First, there are batting helmets that come with a facemask.   When worn properly, these facemasks prevent the batter from taking a hit to the eyes, nose or mouth from a batted or thrown baseball.  
The second is a simple mouth guard.  Again not mandated by Williamsport, but some leagues are suggesting them.
The last is a "heart guard".  These are often T shirts that have a protective plastic shield which prevents a child from taking a direct hit to the heart from a batted or thrown ball.
All of these items may be purchased online or at local stores. Please consider this email in the spirit that it was sent.  All sports have the potential for injury of one type or other.  The safety of your children is our number one priority,  the play is secondary.  Your little league board has developed many practices over the years that try to ensure safety.  You may elect for your child to use one or more of the items listed above to prevent an injury.  That said, it's going to be a wonderful season.  
Thank you, Weston Little League

by posted 04/01/2012
Navigating Our Website

For those of you that need some help navigating our website, here is a step-by-step guide to accessing your team information and receiving email and/or text event reminders:



  • From the main page of our website,, scroll to the bottom of the home page and click on the left-hand menu item Edit My Account,
  • Log in using your email address and password,
  • When you log in, your family profile will appear.  You will see all family members and the programs each member has been registered in.
  • Click on a Family Member name,
  • Scroll down until you see Remind,



Remind: Games   Practices   
  • Check the box for Games and Practices,
  • If you want text messages make sure your cell phone number is listed and you select the carrier,
  • Make sure the check box No Email box is NOT checked.  (If this box is checked your email address will not be included in ANY email sent from this site which includes reminders, game change notifications and other important messages),
  • Be sure to click the Submit button when you are done,
  • You will now get an email and/or text messages to remind you of games and practices for your team.

To view your team page:
·         At the top of the homepage of the WLL website,, click on the menu Teams,
·         Select the Season (Fall 2014),
·         Select your League (T-Ball, A, AA, AAA, American or National),
·         Select then select your Team,

You are now on your TEAM page!

To view your team roster:
·         Select the tab ROSTER to see coach and players
To view your team schedule:
·         Select SCHEDULE to see your team schedule.

Hope this help!


by posted 03/28/2012
Upcoming Games
Field Status
Bisceglie 1 - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Bisceglie 2 - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Bisceglie 3 - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Bus Garage - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Coley Field - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Firehouse Field - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Middle School Field - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Morehouse Farm Park #4 - Weston TBD (4/4) 
North House - Weston OPEN (4/4) 
Onion Barn - Weston TBD (4/4) 
Weston B2 Batting Cages - Weston OPEN (4/4) 

Ten Things Parents of Athletes Should Know

  1. It’s not about you, it’s about them.  Do not live your own sports dreams through your kids. It’s their turn now. Let them make their own choices, both good and bad.
  2. Never talk to a coach about your child’s play time after a game. Actually you never should. You should have your kid do that. That said, if you just can’t help yourself, send an email the next day and ask for some phone time. 
  3. NEVER yell at referees. They are trying. How would you like it if someone came to your job and screamed at you? Not. So. Much. If you have a real issue file a grievance the next day.
  4. Do NOT coach your kid from the sideline. Your job is to be a cheerleader, not a coach. If you wanted to coach, you should have volunteered.
  5. It is EXTREMELY UNLIKELY you are raising a professional athlete. I promise you. Relax, let them have a good time and learn the lessons they are supposed to be learning in sports.
  6. Kids should play the sport that is in season until they are in middle school. Then they can decide which one or two sports they want to play and become more focused. Cross training prevents injuries and burnout.
  7. If you have nothing nice to say, sit down and be quiet. Don’t be “that” parent. 
  8. If you are losing your mind on the sideline of game, it’s time to look in the mirror and figure out why. It’s not normal to care that much about sports. Put that energy into something more productive.
  9. Let them fail. Forgotten equipment, not working out, not practicing at home? Let them suffer the consequences of that. It will make them better.
  10. Your kids are watching you. Make them proud not embarrassed.

Click here to read the full article:

Catch of the Year!
Weston Little League Sponsors
He Is Just A Little Boy

(By Chaplain Bob Fox)

He stands at the plate, with his heart pounding fast. The bases are loaded, the die has been cast.

Mom and Dad cannot help him, he stands all alone.  A hit at this moment, would send the Team home.

The ball meets the plate, he swings and he misses.  There’s a groan from the crowd, with some boos and some hisses.

A thoughtless voice cries, “strike out the bum.”  Tears fill his eyes, the game’s no longer fun.

So open your heart, and give him a break.  For it’s moments like this, a man you can make.

Please keep this in mind, when you hear someone forget.  He is just a little boy, and not a man yet.