MPTLL MASTER FIELD SCHEDULE
Fall Softball camps, clinics, and pitching instructions - Click here to learn more about exciting opportunities for softball players to gain more knowledge of the game and additional off season instruction.
Queens University Softball Head Coach Melanie Helterbran is offering group pitching instruction at Myers Park Trinity on Wednesday nights this fall season. The series begins tonight, September 10th, and runs through October 8th.
Each session will cost $5.00 per player. They will be conducted at both 5:30-6:00 and 6:00-6:30. Parents are encouraged to attend and catch their pitcher, as well as
Park Trinity Little League has partnered with area high school and middle school
coaches and private instructors to offer clinics specifically designed for our youth
baseball coaches. These experienced coaches will discuss practice plans, proper
throwing, pitching, fielding and hitting techniques, and most importantly, effective ways
to instruct the kids in our age groups. These clinics
T-Ball / Machine Pitch / Player Pitch / Softball
Online registration remains open until August 23rd for the 2014 Fall Season at Myers Park Trinity. This season we will have T-Ball for 5-6 year old boys and girls, Machine Pitch baseball for 7-8 year old boys, Player Pitch baseball for 9-10 year old and 11-12 year old boys, and Softball for 8U, 10U, 12U and 16U girls. Click to register for the Fall
Myers Park Trinity is proud to announce the launch of MP Academy, which will serve as an umbrella program for a combination of player and coaches clinics, private lesson opportunities, strength and conditioning programs, and the overall instructional foundation for our baseball and softball players. The League is partnering with area high school and middle school coaches to provide additional
The Myers Park Trinity Little League 10-year-old All-Star Team has won the North Carolina State Tournament and is heading to the Southeast Regional Tournament of State Champs (TOSC) in Greenville, NC. The 10's, managed by Mark Crowther, won both the NC District 3 and State Tournaments with an undefeated record, going 8-0 overall.
They will travel to the TOSC in Greenville and play at Stallings
Myers Park Trinity has earned trips to three 2014 NC State Tournaments. The action begins this Saturday. The MP 10's, 11's and 12's are all representing District 3 in state double-elimination tournaments, with Southeast Regional Tournament births on the line. Here are the schedules and locations:
9-10-year-old State Tournament: July 12-18. Catawba Meadows Park, Morganton Little League, 220
Myers Park Trinity's All-Star baseball teams have won three 2014 NC District 3 Little League Tournament Championships. Building on the success of our two state titles in 2013, this is the first time the league has won 3 championship banners at the district level in the same year.
The 9-10-year-old, 10-11-year-old and 11-12-year-old All-Star teams all won District 3 Tournaments and have earned a
The first round of All-Star tournaments begin this weekend with the Tournament of Champions (TOC) in five different age groups throughout District 3. In most groups these games will serve as a warm-up to the official District 3 Tournaments, which will begin June 21 and each send a winner to the NC State Tournament.
Here are the TOC schedules. Games start this Saturday, June 7. Follow the action
You may have seen the sad story in the news this week about the young man from Grier Heights who drowned in the pond behind Randolph Park. This is a particularly sad event for MPTLL because the young man, Demonta Gaither, was a popular player during the years he spent playing baseball in our league. Demonta played in the AL, NL, Majors (Carolina Pad) and in our Senior League. In his final
MPTLL Picture Day is this Saturday, April 5th. The schedule for when each team is to have their pictures taken is HERE. It is based on the revised game schedule, which has changed because of Opening Ceremonies (10:15 Sat). The updated game schedule is posted HERE. Teams are asked to arrive early for their picture time. We have over 50 teams that will be trying to have their pictures taken, so
Junior League registration is now open for 13- and 14-year-old baseball players (age as of April 30th of this year). Teams play at Independence Park on 90 ft. base paths. Tryouts are held in mid-April. The season operates during May and June. If you are interested in learning more about our Junior League program or would like to register, please contact Mark Mensheha for more information.
Myers Park Trinity is holding Skills Assessments (tryouts) for 8U and 10U Softball this weekend. There are no make-up tryouts or any tryouts for 12U and 16U Softball.
Registered players should arrive at least 20 minutes early for their tryout time. All Softball tryouts will take place on Kiser-Chapman Field at Randolph Park.
Any changes to field location or tryout times will be posted on
Myers Park Trinity Skills Assessments (tryouts) for Little League Baseball are Saturday and Sunday (2/22-2/23). Make-up tryouts are Monday (2/24) at 5:30. Here are a few things to know about tryouts:
Please arrive at least 20 minutes before your scheduled time in order to register and warm up. All players will be selected for a team in one of the league's divisions of play. Players must
In addition to online sign-ups, the league is hosting a walk-up registration event this Saturday at Dick's Sporting Goods at SouthPark from 10:00-1:00. Before you shop, print the this coupon for baseball and this coupon for softball to receive 20% off on your entire purchase (only valid this Saturday). In addition, Dick's is offering additional discounts by printing this coupon (valid
Baseball For Life is now taking registrations for its annual free Coaches Clinic that will take place at Weddington High School on Sunday, February 9th from 1:00-5:00 pm. Several MPTLL coaches attended this event last year and responded positively.
Baseball For Life is a group of some of the finest baseball coaches and men the Charlotte area has to offer. Everything they do is free - hosting
Queens University has recently adopted Myers Park Trinity Softball as its “community project” and will be providing a free 2-hour skills clinic on Saturday, January 25th.
This clinic will feature the Lady Royals team plus head coach, Melanie Helterbran, at Randolph Park on Kiser-Chapman Field from 1:00-3:00 pm. The clinic will focus on hitting, fielding, throwing and base running for all age
Online registration for spring baseball, softball and tee ball has begun at Myers Park Trinity. Today is only the first day of winter, but baseball and softball season will be here before you know it. Sign up today at the newly designed MPTLL.org. The registration information is here and an updated league calendar is here. Little League tryouts are scheduled for February 22nd and 23rd.
There is a new Little League regulation for parents to be aware of. Beginning this year, a player's geographic school location may be used in determining which local Little League he or she is zoned for. In the past, a player's home residence was the only factor involved - if your address was within our league's boundary, you could sign up at MPTLL. That regulation still applies. However,
MPTLL is run 100% by volunteers. We are always looking for additional help. Currently, we are seeking a Photography Coordinator, an Assistant Treasurer, an Assistant Sponsorship Coordinator and a Tryout Coordinator. We are also in need of additional grounds crew members and marketing help for our upcoming registration drive.Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more
This Saturday, December 7th, is the annual MPTLL Leaf Cleanup Day at the fields at Randolph Park. The festivities will begin at 9:00 a.m. and continue into the early afternoon. This event calls for any and all Myers Park Trinity supporters - moms, dads, coaches, players, siblings, board members - anyone who can work a rake, gas blower, tarp, etc. The more the merrier.
The work we accomplish
2013 has been a big year for Myers Park Trinity. We are truly blessed to have so many great people supporting our kids. A big "thank you" goes out...To Tony and Boyd for always being there, morning, noon or night, working hard to make our park so nice; and to Paxton, Harrison, Kip, Hank, Preston and our entire volunteer grounds crew for their help that often goes unseen;To Kaaren and Ashley for
We have a parent and coach in our league who has taken a turn for the worse. He has been fighting cancer valiantly for two years. He is a great guy and has a nice family, like we all do. But he has been battling for two years, although holding his head high with a smile on his face. I tell my players, "Keep your head up." Adam Schmitz has done that.
I've spent time with Adam and his son at the
The Myers Park Trinity 11-12-year-old All-Star team leaves Thursday for the Little League Southeast Regional Tournament in Warner Robins, GA. We begin play on Friday morning at 10:00 vs Martin County North LL from Palm City, FL. It is a pool play format, with each team playing 3 games to try to advance to the medal round.
The best place to get a first-hand inside look at what the 12's are up
The Myers Park Trinity Little League 11-12-year-old NC State Champs will host a car wash fundraiser on Tuesday (7/30) from 6:30-8:00 pm at the MPTLL fields at Randolph Park (101 Billingsley Rd). Proceeds will help cover travel expenses for players in need of financial assistance during the team's trip to Warner Robins, GA for the Southeast Regional Little League Tournament. The 12's will leave
The Myers Park Trinity 11-12-year-old All-Star team won the North Carolina State Little League Championship on Saturday at Myers Park with a 5-3 victory over Greenville Tar Heel. Their state title is MPTLL's first Major League state championship in baseball in the league's long history. It came less than a week after MP's first state championship of any kind at the Little League Baseball level,
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