Cherry Hill Atlantic is excited to host the King of the Hill baseball tournament this weekend at our complex for 7U, 8U, 9U and 13/14U teams. We have over 30 teams participating from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware and we expect an incredible experience for our Atlantic teams competing as well as those we are hosting. In order to make the event a success, we could use some help from our league families. Starting June 14th, we are hosting 50+ games in 5 days at our complex and looking for volunteers to help make our event one to remember.
To organize our volunteer help, we are using the SignUpGenius system to allow our members the opportunity to volunteer for certain responsibilities during the weekend. The link to our event is listed below. It's easy to use and lists all of the different opportunities to help out. Please consider volunteering for a shift or two if you can. It would be a great way for some of the younger families to get a glimpse of what is to come. Even if you can't commit, bring your kids up to watch some exciting baseball at our fields. We'll be selling tee-shirts and other items and the snack stand will have a wide variety of delicious food to enjoy. Thanks for your consideration and we hope to see you at the complex this weekend.
SignUpGenius King of the Hill Link:
Our Opening Day celebration was a tremendous success and the Cherry Hill Atlantic Board of Directors would like to thank everyone for participating and especially those coaches and volunteers that helped to make it all happen. We would also like to thank our local vendors who participated and hope that you continue to support those businesses throughout the season.
Our photographer captured some great shots of our players on Saturday that really display the spirit of the day. You can check them out by clicking the link below which will direct you to the Cherry Hill Atlantic Snapfish page. Be sure to share them with the kids!
Congratulations to our MLB Pitch, Hit & Run qualifiers that will be representing Cherry Hill Atlantic at the sectional competition in Somerdale, NJ on June 3rd. Great job!
New Bat Rules for 2018
When shopping for that new bat, please keep in mind that many of the high priced popular bats will not be allowed in Little League play beginning next season. To answer all of your questions on the new bat standards that will go into effect on January 1st, please click the link below.
2018 Bat Regulations