Welcome to the official website of Rocky Hill Little League. We are proud to offer quality Baseball and Softball programs for the residents of Rocky Hill, Connecticut.
We are a volunteer organization. There are lots of ways to volunteer, not all of them time consuming. We always need people who can lend a hand for an hour or two for field preparations, announcing games, painting, concessions, opening day, etc. If you are interested in getting involved please send an e-mail to
expressing your interest.
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Please feel free to share any comments or concerns with the Board of Directors via email at
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Please visit our web site throughout the Season to stay current with our Little League Baseball, Softball and Challenger programs. Also follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram at @rhllct
Important Baseball League Age Date Change For Next Season
Over the past couple of years, there has been a lot of discussion about the Little League Baseball® Age Determination Date. This is an important topic to everyone involved in Little League, and Little League has sought input from volunteers, parents, and coaches that has helped guide District Administrators and the Little League International Board of Directors to ultimately change the Age Determination Date for all divisions of Little League Baseball and the Little League Challenger Division® to August 31.
Click HERE to read the entire article and find out what your child's league age will be for the 2016 season. Any questions please email our baseball player agent at
The Miracle League Alternative Ball Field at Elm Ridge Park
I'm sure a lot of you have been wondering the status with the new handicapped accessible field you all saw break ground this past Opening Day. Well we are happy to present to you the new and improved expansion of that product. We would like to thank all those involved from the town that are working so hard to add these wonderful improvements to Elm Ridge park that will be used for years to come by the children of Rocky Hill! Here is a updated plan photo and link to the presentation submitted to our Town Council last night.
The Rocky Hill 9-10 Softball All Star Team won the District Seven Championship on Thursday night with a 6-0 win over Newington. The team was anchored by a strong pitching performance from Shauna Kehoe who pitched a complete game shut-out for the win as well as an incredible job by Ashley Stevens behind the plate as catcher.
Offensively the team was lead by Caroline Dawson, Madison Dillon and Emma Simmons who each had two hits to get the 9-10 Team on the board with some runs. Christina DeNovellis hit a great first inning home run and Marina Perry provided a knock-out double in the 5th inning for two insurance runs.
The defensive efforts by this team were great throughout the game and were supported by timely plays from Katie Oostendorp, Alyssa Gau, Jasmine Edmunds and Emily Killoran.
The 9-10 All Star is Managed by Brian Dillon with Assistants John Kehoe and Maryann Oostendorp. The team would also like to thank Pitching Coach Bob Teraila, Softball Director Alan Greenspan and Special Instructors Ray Lawrence and Jessica Greenspan for their time and efforts to support this team over the past three weeks.
The Team will be continuing on to the Divisional Series in Waterford during the week of July 20th. Please come out to support RH!
Back row left to right –( Marina Perry, Jasmine Edmunds, Alyssa Gau, Madison Dillon, Christina DeNovellis, Emily Killoran, Caroline Dawson) Front row left to right - ( Ashley Stevens, Emma Simons, Shauna Kehoe, Kate Oostendorp) (Missing Karishma Lawrence)
The Rocky Hill Babe Ruth baseball team beat Newington 13-0 to win the 2015 Central CT Babe Ruth Championship. Matt Erdman pitched a 3 hitter with 14 strikeouts on the way to the complete game shutout. Mike Malley had 4 hits including a home run and James Morello & Jacob Pelligrinelli collected 3 hits apiece.
In the quarterfinal 6-0 victory over Wethersfield (Nationwide), Erdman, Jack Risley (2 hits), Jordan Greco (2 RBI), Colin Pavel (2 RBI), Anthony Sapia-Banas (2 runs), & Peter Vanturas (2 runs) led the way for Rocky Hill.
In the tough semi-final 7-6 victory over Wethersfield (LaCava), Risley hit a bottom of the 7th walk off sacrifice fly to score Kyle Tuozzo for the emotional come from behind win. Tuozzo came in relief to hold Wethersfield at bay to get the win for Rocky Hill. Joe Doyle, Lou DiRenzo and Tommy Slavin played a major role with their bats during the comeback.
Rocky Hill finished the season with a 16-4 record. It was their first Babe Ruth Championship.
Front row (L to R): James Morello, Jordan Greco, Tommy Slavin, Jack Risley, Joe Doyle, Pete Vanturas, Lou DiRenzo
Back row (L to R): Coach John Tuozzo, Mike Malley, Matt Erdman, Anthony Sapia-Banas, Kyle Tuozzo, Colin Pavel, Jacob Pelligrinelli, Coach Rob Greco