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Little League District 19 New York

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NOTES for changes with BASEBALL

Senior Baseball Port Jervis is out of the Tournament: Town of Newburgh has a BYE

Minor Baseball June 24th Game Four bracket A moved from Chester to Greenwood Lake  


CHANGE 6/18: SENIOR BASEBALL BRACKET B CORNWALL WILL PLAY 6/21 AT NEW WINDSOR BB: 6/22 IS NOW A BYE: GAME 7 IS ON THE 23RD

CHANGE 6/18: JUNIOR BASEBALL GAME 7 WILL BE PLAYED AT TRI VALLEY

CHANGE 6/18
: 50/70 GAME 1 MOVED TO MIDDLETOWN

CHANGE 6/21: SENIOR BASEBALL BRACKETS CHANGED DUE TO A TEAM DROPPING OUT
CHANGE 6/21: 50/70 LOCATIONS CHANGED FOR 6/22 PLEASE INFORM TEAMS

CHANGE 6/22:50/70 LOCATIONS CHANGED FOR 6/23 PLEASE INFORM TEAMS

CHANGE 6/22: MAJOR BASEBALL LOCATION CHANGE LOSER BRACKET B

Change 6/23: SENIOR BASEBALL GAME 7 LOSER BRACKET CHANGED LOCATIONS

Change 6/23: SENIOR BASEBALL GAME 7 BRACKET A CHANGED LOCATION TO MONTGOMERY

Change 6/24: MINOR BASEBALL LOCATION CHANGE 6/24 BRACKET C AND D









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2019 District 19 Tournament

 

All game results must be given to the ADA listed at the top of each bracket. This is needed to update this website.

 

The winning team must email the Times-Herald Record and give them the results also. [email protected] Please email the results, the first and last names of players of both teams of highlights. And where the next game will be.

 

In case of inclement weather -
Go to the field of the game that is scheduled, do not assume game is cancelled; unless notified by District Administrator, ADA or the field Tournament Director. If you have not been notified or have any doubts, go to the field.

If a game is cancelled or postponed for any reason check the schedule for changes.

Only the Tournament Director at the field of the scheduled game can cancel a game because of weather.

Only the District Administrator can cancel games other than for weather.

 

No game can be changed for any reason without the approval of the District Administrator.

 

Food: for Players and Coaches

A) Please Call ahead if you do not want to have the team feed at the game
B) The cost will be $40.00 per team and it must be paid when you arrive at the field
C) Games scheduled on Goshen fields, check with the site prior to be sure that the Concession Stand will be available for your game

 

Call Bristol (1-860-585-4730) for any protest. This should be done immediately with the managers, umpire and Tournament Director present

 

No cell phones are allowed in the dugout or on the playing field.

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District 19 New York Tournament Champions


The Little League "All-Star" tournament begins in June of each year. That is when teams can be announced and practice begins. It can be an exciting and rewarding time for those players chosen to represent their respective leagues. All players enter the tournament with the hope of being the team that wins the World Series of their division.

There are 5 levels that each team must progress through to be the World Series champion:


District - In our District we begin play around the end of June or beginning of July. There are 25 leagues in our district. We play a double-elimination format meaning that each team is still in the tournament until they lose two games, weather permitting. The District has the right to adjust the schedule to single elimination if the weather does not cooperate.
Sectional - We are a part of Section 3 North. The winners of our district move on to play the winners of other districts in our section. The districts in our section include 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 33.
State - New York state has six sections. The winner of each section now plays for the right to be called New York State Champion. The New York website is located here -> http://www.nysll.org/. The 9-10 and 10-11 divisions stop at this level.
Regional - The winner of the State round now moves on to play the winners of other states. We are in the Eastern Region of Little League Baseball. Winners from this level now move on to play in the World Series
World Series - This is the final round of play in all Little League divisions. Teams from all over the world meet to determine who will be champion. The most famous division is the Little League division which consists of players age 11 and 12 and these games are played in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, the birthplace of Little League and home to Little League Headquarters. These games have been broadcast on television for over 20 years. Starting in 2008, all divisions' World Series have been broadcast.

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