The mission of Fort Hunt Little League is to provide a quality youth baseball program for the Fort Hunt community.

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FHLL Majors and 11s All Star at State !

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FALL BALL IS UNDERWAY !

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It's been another great year for Fort Hunt Little League players and families. We had an awesome Spring season - enjoying inspiring play in District 9 Fun Tournaments and then on to All Stars where three teams - count 'em - THREE TEAMS - Intermediate, Majors and 11U - won District 9 Championships and went on to represent Fort Hunt so well in State Tournament play.

It's time for Baseball again - when kids can play this great game with friends and grow not only in athletic skill but in social skills and teamwork - what fair play and sportsmanship is all about. Enjoy!

 

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ALL STAR UPDATE

FHLL MAJORS

FHLL Majors All Star team fell 5-3 to Tuckahoe American LL at the 2018 Virginia State All Star tournament today. Kenny Michaels started on the mound and went four and two-thirds. Kenny helped his cause with a solo home run in the bottom of the second to get FHLL on the scoreboard. Ryan Stradtman came on in relief, pitching an inning and a third. FHLL scored one in the second and two in the third. Tuckahoe scored two in the first, two in the third and one in the fifth. FHLL had five hits on the day; Tuckahoe had seven. 

Michaels helped his cause with a solo home run in the second, going one for three with two RBIs on the day. Connor Preston went one for one with one RBI; Jackson Arthaud went two for three and Jack Bacon one for three at the plate for Fort Hunt.

Fort Hunt Majors All Stars went 7-0 in District 9 play scoring 58 runs and allowing 13 to claim the 2018 District 9 Little League Majors Division Championship. This year’s District 9 win is only the third in Fort Hunt LL’s 62-year history - the other two were 2006 and 2017.  

At state, FHLL lost a tough opening game Friday 0-1 against Loudoun South then beat Bennett's Creek 16-0 Saturday and Coeburn 18-2 Sunday. Today's was a well-played game pitting two of the best teams in the state against each other - only one could win. 

We're very proud of this Majors team and all they were able to accomplish this year. Hats off to Manager Jack Arthaud and Coaches Joel Bacon and AJ Melvin - to Laura Colligan, our awesome Team Parent - and to all the great players of the 2018 FHLL Majors All Star Team !

2018 FHLL MAJORS ALL STARS - DISTRICT 9 CHAMPIONS

Jackson Arthaud  Jack Bacon  Jackson Baker  Luke Cardman  Max Ciovacco  John Colligan  Patrick DeYoe  Luke McGuire  Kenny Michaels  Brendan O’Connor  Conner Preston  Shayne Seffernick  Ryan Stradtman

 

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FHLL 11U ALL STARS

Monday July 23, 2018

Fort Hunt LL 11U All Stars Fall to Loudoun South American LL 7-4 Ending Fort Hunt 11U State Hopes

Fort Hunt LL All Stars got things moving in the first inning when Aiden Potholm singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run. Loudoun South took the lead for good with two runs in the third with back-to back solo home runs. Connor Fink was on the mound for Fort Hunt. Fink allowed seven runs on eight hits over three and a third innings, walking one. Austin Dean threw one and two-thirds innings in relief with one strikeout. Fort Hunt collected seven hits. Potholm led the hitting going three for three with two RBIs including one double. Austin Dean also doubled, going two for two driving in the other two Fort Hunt runs. Hudson Spencer went one for one and Ben Frazier went one for three getting the other Fort Hunt hit.

Earlier, Fort Hunt 11U All Stars went 5-0 in District 9 All Star Tournament play scoring 75 runs, allowing only 3, to claim the 2018 District 9 Little League 11U Division Championship - only the second in Fort Hunt LL’s 62-year history. The other District 9 11U Championship won by Fort Hunt was in 2005 by the Dolan Sullivan team.  

At state his year, FHLL 11Us cruised against Spotsylvania and Mechanicsville Little Leagues winning 10-0 and 9-1 respectively. However, Fort Hunt LL 11s couldn’t get enough traction at the plate today and lost to a talented Loudoun South American team, 7-4.

We're very proud of this 11U team and all they were able to accomplish this year. Congratulations and many thanks to Manager Eric Frazier and Coaches Erik Potholm, Tim Baker, Brian Frazier, Nate Winkelfoos, Noah Potholm and Matt Dorris – and to Jacque Wagner, awesome Team Parent - and to all the great kids who are the 2018 FHLL 11U All Star Team and District 9 Champions!

2018 FHLL 11U ALL STARS – DISTRICT 9 CHAMPIONS

Barrett Baker    Austin Dean    Connor Fink    Xavier Fjeld    Jeremy Focht    Ben Frazier    Alex Harris    Killian Kenney    Aiden Potholm    Brendan Rosello    Hudson Spencer    Jonathan Wagner    

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About Fort Hunt Little League - Mission Statement

Mission Statement

The Mission of Fort Hunt Little League is to provide youth baseball in a safe and positive environment to develop character, promote good sportsmanship and respect for others so players embody the highest and best values of the Fort Hunt community. 

About Fort Hunt Little League

Founded in 1956, Fort Hunt Little League is chartered by Little League International, a not-for-profit tax-exempt organization founded in 1939. Little League International operates under a 1964 federal charter signed by the President of the United States and is located in Williamsport Pennsylvania.

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball operates under the aegis of the Fort Hunt Youth Athletic Association, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit tax-exempt organization founded in 1959. Fort hunt Youth Athletic Association provides organized youth sports in the historic Fort Hunt community of Fairfax County Virginia.


by posted 07/08/2016
Message from the FHLL President

Welcome to Fort Hunt Little League

          We’re pleased to host one of Northern Virginia’s highest quality baseball programs for children ages 4 through 18. We continue a long tradition of community baseball in the historic Fort Hunt area of Fairfax County dating to our founding in 1956.

          Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is dedicated to preparing youngsters to meet the challenges of life by developing physical and mental disciplines essential to success through competitive sports and the great game of baseball.

          We play baseball three seasons starting with spring baseball capped off with end-of-season Fun Tournaments for kids who want to play post-season tournament-style play against other District 9 teams followed by Little League All-Star play in summer plus   clinics for youngsters aged 5 through 8 in late summer.

          Fall Ball typically starts a week ahead of Labor Day and continues into early November.

          Spring - Registration for the Spring Season opens January 1 and typically closes the third weekend in February except for T-Ball which remains open until the second weekend in March and the Seniors Division which doesn't close until the 10th or so of May.

Registration for Fall Ball typically opens July 1 and closes the third week in August.

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is successful because of the thousands of volunteers who  served in League positions both large and small over the years. You can volunteer when you register your player or by contacting me or any FHLL Board member.

Don't hesiiate to contact me for additional information.

Best - Barry

Barry Meuse, President
(c) 571-237-5403 


by posted 05/26/2016
FHLL Baseball Divisions

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball Divisions

          Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is organized into divisions which consider skill levels, age and school grade. To the degree possible we keep players together with classmates and neigborhood friends but we move higher skilled players ahead to our upper divisions when warranted to keep challenging all players to do their best. In addition, we try to balance skill levels across divisions and teams so each team and Division is highly competitive. Competitive teams encourages players to compete with each other and themselves and challenges both highly skilled and less skilled players so we leave no one behind.

          Our primary goal is to foster a competitive spirit, good sportsmanship and a love of the wonderful game of baseball. We start from the sure knowledge that successful people have more fun - to that end, we strive to give our players the equipment, facilities and coaching they need to be successful.

          Success on the field starts with understanding and mastering good mechanics. We ask our coaches to strive to achieve three objectives: 1/ teach and encourage good mechanics, 2/ motivate players to commit to the game and compete with themselves and 3/ coach in a spirit of good will and a joy of life. The fun part will take care of itself. All we have to do is assure the players know and practice good mechanics on the field; that they learn to respect the game and their teammates and - always - are involved in an uplifting experience only good coaches can provide.

          Target Ages for the various Divisions are shown below. Descriptions of each Fort Hunt Little League Division are available elsewhere on this site under "League Descriptions."

In brief, T-Ball and the A-Ball Divisions are designed for kids to play with their friends so we place players in those Divisions most often by age and on teams according to parent request.

Players in the AA Division and higher are placed in Divisions by an assessment process and drafted onto teams by Managers. Player assessment and draft order is determined from a combination of skill assessments, coach recommendations, Baseball Age and school grade.

          At the Drafts, Managers select players one at a time, in turn, until all players on the draft board have been selected. Parent requests for a particular team, coach or teammate are available to Managers who consider them as best they can at each draft.  

FHLL DIVISIONS - TARGETED AGES

  • T-Ball — 4, 5 & 6 year olds
  • A Division — 6, 7 & 8
  • AA Division  — 7, 8 & 9
  • AAA Division — 8, 9 & 10
  • Minor Division — 9, 10 & 11
  • Major Division — 10, 11 & 12s
  • Intermediate Division (70' base path) — 11, 12 & 13 
  • Junior Division (90' base path) — 12, 13 & 14
  • Senior Division (90' Field) — 13, 14, 15 & 16
  • Challenger Division - 6 to 18

by posted 05/25/2016
We Value Our Sponsors!

We Value Our Sponsors!

SPONSORS – Sponsor contributions provide uniforms and equipment and field and facility improvements. Sponsors are recognized in a number of ways and are all published in our very popular Spring Book which contains photos and rosters of all teams plus Ads for every Sponsor.

Team Sponsors have their name imprinted on player jerseys plus they each have an Ad in the Spring Book.

Banner Sponsors are displayed in a banner on the outfield fence at two of our most prestigious diamonds plus they each have an Ad in the Spring Book.

Full page color Ads in the Spring Book are real attention getters as are individualized Business Card ads.

Let us show you how sponsoring FHLL is a win-win-win - benefiting you, your company and our many Little Leaguers.  Contact our Sponsor Coordinators - Steve Bearce (sbearce8@yahoo.com) or Kate Lavanga (klavanga@verizon.net)

Thanks for your support of Fort Hunt Little League!

For More info click here.

 


by posted 01/01/2016
Bat Regulations

Please read these Little League International Official Bat Rules before purchasing a bat for use in FHLL.

 

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Volunteer Spotlight

All local Little Leagues are driven and sustained by volunteers, and the volunteer category that we (and other locals LLs) struggle to fill more than any other?  Not surprisingly it is the role of Umpire.  Please consider volunteering for this most critical role - see the FHLL Umpire links on the FHLL page for information about upcoming training opportunities in March that will help prepare you for this rewarding and exciting position.  

FHLL Coupons

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