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2020 Coach Volunteer Form
07/09/2020
Coaches Volunteering for the 2020 Season must complete the Volunteer...
Safety Guidelines 2020 Season
06/15/2020
2020 Grand Island Little League – Safety Guidelines A...
Congratulations to our 2020 Scholarship Winners
06/09/2020
The GILL Board of Directors are proud to announce the 2020 Grand...
 
2020 Coach Volunteer Form

Coaches Volunteering for the 2020 Season must complete the Volunteer Form that is attatch to this announcement.  It must be completed and send in to Todd Callen at TCallen@fpstaffing.com 

 

2020 Volunteer Form to be completed electronically:

https://www.littleleague.org/downloads/volunteer-application/

by posted 07/09/2020
Safety Guidelines 2020 Season

2020 Grand Island Little League – Safety Guidelines

  • A limited number of players will be allowed in the dugout at any given time and must maintain social distancing.  The remaining players will have assigned spots on the bleachers and will also maintain social distancing.  

  • Each inning, coaches will release players into their fielding positions a few seconds apart, to avoid crowding of players at the field entrance. Players should remain seated until called by the coach, to enter the field, and report to their applicable field position.  

  • As advised by Williamsport Little League – players are encouraged to wear cloth face coverings – but it is not required.  Coaches and umpires will also be encouraged to wear face coverings and gloves.  Please refrain from using N-95 masks as they should only be used by healthcare professionals.

  • There is to be no sunflower seeds, gum chewing, or spitting at any time while at Veteran’s Park

  • Each active diamond will have hand sanitizer available for use by palayers and coaches throughout the game.

  • To watch the games, fans are to fill in areas around the diamonds at Vet’s Park – families may sit together; but other spectators must be observe a distance of at least six feet to the nearest fan.

  • When there is the need to share equipment (batting helmets, bats, catcher’s gear, pitcher’s face shields, etc) each diamond – or each team – will have a sprayable Lysol, or other disinfectant, that will applied to the shared equipment prior to the next use.   

  • There will not be any team coolers – each player is advised to bring his/her own supply of water/other drinks.  

  • A reminder to all players and fans – you must take your temperature at home before coming to the park. If your temperature is above 100.4; please stay home.  Players, please remember to let your Head Coach know that you have to miss that day game(s) due to a high temperature.

  • Please note that to begin the season – the SNACK STAND WILL BE LIMITED.  Please plan accordingly, as also please recall that we may need to schedule doubleheaders to insure the most amount of games played.

  • Out of an abundance of caution, baseballs and softballs will be sanitized throughout the play of the game.

  • Whenever possible, players are advised to report to Vet’s Park no more than 30 minutes before their game (if you are the first game of that day – please work with your Head Coach on arrival time).

  • The restrooms will be open under a “one person in at a time policy.”  In addition, wipes and sanitizers should be available.   Please wipe down all areas you touch prior to exiting the restroom.

  • Please note that the Home Plate umpires will be positioned behind the pitcher’s mound/circle.  Base umps, when available will position themselves accordingly for the situation for the next pitch.

  • At most there will be ONE coach from each team and the Umpires for the pregame meeting at home plate.  NO players are to be present for that.  

  • There will be no postgame handshake line – instead, similar to the LLWS – each team will tip their cap to the other in appreciation of the effort given.

Please note that this is obviously a fluid situation – and these rules can be modified at any point due to directives from various regulatory bodies.

Also – as with all activities – not just limited to youth sports or Little League – there is an inherent risk associated with holding organized events.  By allowing participation in GILL, all parties will comply, understand the risk, and accept/waive any potential liability.

We’ll see you at Veteran’s Park soon. 

 

by posted 06/15/2020
Congratulations to our 2020 Scholarship Winners

The GILL Board of Directors are proud to announce the 2020 Grand Island Little League Baseball & Softball Scholarship recipients:

Avery Andrews

Lucas Kruse

 

Both wrote excellent essays about their involvement in GILL and what it meant to them. 

Each will receive $250 check and a $50 Dick’s Sporting Goods gift card.

 

Congratulations and good luck!!!


by posted 06/09/2020
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