Spring Season

Spring Season

Registration Period:

December 1st - March 20th

Levels of Play:


T-Ball

A
AA
AAA
Majors

4-7-year-olds (Typically pre-K - 1st grade)

6 - 7-year-olds (Typically 1st & 2nd grade)
7 - 9-year-olds (Typically 2nd & 3rd grade)
9 - 11-year-olds (Typically 3rd to 5th grade)
10 - 12-year-olds(Typically 5th & 6th grade)

Tryouts:
(AAA/Majors)

Feb 23rd

Orenco Elementary Gym

Practices Begin:

March 3rd

March 3rd

April 1st

AAA/Majors

A/AA

T-ball

Opening Day:

Opening Day

April 4th

Regular Season Games:

April -June

Time Commitment:

2 games/practices per week,
1 during the week, 1 on Saturday


As a Little League organization, teams play other teams in their division within Hillsboro Little League during the spring season. At the end of the season, AAA teams and Majors teams participate in division tournaments -- brackets are formed based on standings from the regular season.

 
Post Season

Post Season

Cost:

$50

Registration Period:

Late June

Levels of Play:

8-10 Honors
9-10 All Stars
10-11 All Stars
11-12 Honors
11-12 All Stars

AAA players (some highly skilled AA)
AAA players
Majors players
Majors players
Majors players

Player Selection:

Early June

Practices Begin:

Immediately following player selection

Games:

late-June through early- to late-July
depending on level of play

8-10 Honors usually done by July 4th
9-10 All Stars usually done by mid-July
11-12 Honor usually done by mid-July
11-12 All Stars can go until late-July

Time Commitment:

6 days per week in most cases
2 practices per day in some cases

Post-season play is one of the most fun and rewarding aspects of the Little League program! Hillsboro LL post-season teams play in tournaments against other LL teams at the District level and have the opportunity to move on to the State, Regional and World Series levels. There is a significant commitment required to participate in post-season play as teams usually practice 6 days per week, often 2 times per day, in order to prepare for the level of play that will be seen in the tournaments. Families that want to be considered for post-season play should try to schedule summer vacations accordingly.