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    2017 is our 44th Season

Elizabeth, NJ

Founded 1974

Little League Chartered
since 1999

Elmora Youth Little League is a nonprofit organization based in Elizabeth, New Jerse and a chartered member of the Little League Organization of Williamsport, Pa.  The league organizes recreation baseball and softball for the youth of the Elmora/Elizabeth area.  The league is staffed by volunteer parents.  EYL forms travel baseball and softball teams that participate in local summer tournaments. 
Summer team participants are selected from registered participants in the Spring season.

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Congratulations Braves
2016 Majors Baseball Champions

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Congratulations Thunder

PISL A 14U Champions

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The EYL Thunder captured the "A" Level Championship in the competitive Parkway Invitational Softball League.  What an accomplishment, Congratulations Girls.

2016 League Sponsors
Please support our sponsors, they support your children.

AA Auto Body
www.altenburgpiano.com
American Plumbing Supply
At Heart's Length
August F. Schmidt
Avenue Grill & Sushi
B & F Spa
www.BSNSports.com
CDJ Construction
Councilman Frank Cuesta
Councilman Manny Grova
D&V Auto Body
David Carrubba
Dr.Matos's Growing Smiles
Elizabeth Firefighters
Elizabeth UNICO
Elmora Pharmacy
Fajardo Realty Group
Gamers Baseball Academy LLC
www.garcialiquors.com
Griffith Brothers Insurance
Higgins and Bonner
Javier Matallana
John's Caffé and Pizza
K of C Council  #253
Leonardo Jewelers
Lidia's Cuban Kitchen
Lincoln Lodge #62
Matos Orthodontics
Medina Transport
Modells Sporting Goods
Navy Veteran Printing
www.eNorthfield.com
P.B.A. # 4
Planet Dance
R. GonSosa Development Inc.
R.Corbo Construction
Salermo Jewelers
Freeholder Sergio Granados
Sharma Realty Investments
Sherwin-Williams
Spencer Savings Bank
St. Benedict Society
Supreme Search Group
Suspenders Restaurant & Pub
Sweet Personal Touch
The Hit Factory
Tropicana Diner
Union Dental Group
Watco Transloading, L.L.C.
William Calzadilla

Questions, please e-mail

info@ElmoraYouth.com

Congratulations Gators

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2016 Ponytails Champions

EYL PROUD

Softball Non-Public Group B South Champion
The Benedictine Academy team has 9 former EYL Softball Players. 
The team is coach by our board member Emile Vega
Congratulations BA, Elizabeth and EYL are proud of you.

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Congratulations Troopers

Green League Champions

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Our nine-year-old Troopers won the Green League Championship.  A great effort by the team.  Congratulations to the players and coaches.
For the second time in 5 days, the 9U Troopers took another Championship home with them to cap off an incredible season of travel baseball. Last night, the 6th seeded Troopers played the #1 Seeded Bridgewater Panthers in the NPGL 9U Gold Championship Game. The Troopers finished the game with an 11-6 VICTORY at Bridgewater's home field at the Prince Roger's Baseball Complex which incorporated solid pitching, defense, and hitting.

The Troopers came out strong in the top of the 1st inning, with the first 4 batters scoring to start off the game. Sal Garcia smashed a Triple to score Josiah Sharpe and Jayden Capindica and the Troopers batted all but one batter in their lineup.

Yadriel Mateo started on the mound for the Troopers with an impressive 3 innings that left the Panthers with 7 strikeouts, 1 hit, and no runs. The only hit that the Panthers received during Mateo's time on the mound was called out at home by an impressive play at the plate by the Trooper's catcher, LJ Aponte to hold the Panthers scoreless through three innings.

The Troopers extended their lead to 11-4 with timely hitting by Yadriel Mateo, Jayden Rosado and some crafty base stealing by Sal Garcia and Josiah Sharpe. On the defensive side, the Troopers kept the Panthers from advancing on the bases when Derek Escobar and Sal Garcia turned 2 between first and second while Jayden Rosado was on the mound. After a brief rally by the Panthers, the Troopers put an end to their Championship dreams in the bottom of the 6th with a play at the plate, a groundout to the pitcher and an unassisted out at first. With that final play, the Troopers were crowned Champions after a 16-0 season! WAY TO GO TROOPERS!!!