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Looking for Girls Softball?

Our players looking for softball can continue their playing career at Halfmoon Softball!

 

2022 Summer All-Star Rosters

Click here for the 2022 Summer team rosters

2022 Closing Ceremonies

Thanks for a Great Season! 

 

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Be sure to checkout all of our summer and Fall programs

2022 Halfmoon Melee

July 20th - July 24th

7U, 8U, 9U,10U,11U and 12U divisions

Halfmoon Town Park

What do you get:

  • Minimum of 3 games (Weather Permitting)
  • Minimum 4 Teams per Division, Maximum 6 Teams per Division
  • All games on site at Halfmoon Town Park
  • Team and Individual Trophies for 1st and 2nd place

Tournament Registration Form

For questions address emails to the MeleeTournamentDirector@halfmoonbaseballmelee2022@gmail.com

 

Cost:  

$500/Team Entry Fee (9U,10U, 11U, 12U)

$400/Team Entry Fee (7U, 8U)

 *Please Note*:      7U Division is Coach Pitch / 8U Division is Player Pitch

 

 

 

 
 

 

Opening Day 2022!

Opening Night Photo Gallery

More Photos from 2022!

Look Back at Previous Opening Day Celebrations in the Photo Gallery

Summer Programs!

*Registration to open at 9am on Friday 5/13. 

Summer Sandlot

Dates: Mondays (7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1) Wednesdays (7/13, 7/20, 7/27, 8/3)

Rain Dates:  Tuesdays (7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2) Thursdays (7/14, No Rain Date, 7/28, 8/4)

Times: 5U/6U (6pm-7:30pm)

7/8-11/12 Game 1 (5:30pm-7:00pm) Game 2 (7:15pm-8:45pm)

13/14/15 (6pm-8pm)

Price is $75.00.  Register before 5/31 to ensure a spot and receive a $10 discount ($65.00).  A $5 sibling discount is also available.  We will be limiting the number of players so please do not delay.

Sandlot T-shirts will be provided.

 

Wood Bat League

Dates: Saturdays (9/10, 9/17, 9/24*, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29) Weather Permitting

 *Town Harvest Festival (2021 date 9/25)- No Wood Bat- Park Closed – Will announce the 2022 date.

Times: 5U/6U (9:30am-11:00am)

7/8-11/12 Game 1 (8:30am-10:00am) Game 2 (10:30am-12:00pm)

13/14/15 (9:30am-11:00am)

Price is $85.00.  Register before 5/31 to ensure a spot and receive a $10 discount ($75.00).  A $5 sibling discount is also available.  We will be limiting the number of players so please do not delay. 

Wood Bat sweatshirt will be provided.

*We are looking for Sandlot and Wood Bat Division Coordinators for our 7/8, 9/10, 11/12 divisions.  In addition, we are looking for coaches, and field help for ALL divisions. Option to sign up will be in the registration link below.  Please reach out to Julie Zeissler jzeissler813@gmail.com or Brendan Wrenn bwrenn23@hotmail.com if you are interested or have further questions. 

 

 

Halfmoon Baseball Annual Scholarship

Halfmoon Baseball League 
$500.00 Annual Scholarship Program 

All eligible persons are encouraged to apply.

Applications should be submitted to the President of the Halfmoon Baseball League NO later than April 20 of award year. Applicants will be reviewed and awarded by the Halfmoon Baseball League Board, or a committee 
designated by the Board no later than May 31st. 

Completed application letters may be e-mailed to:

halfmoonbbl@gmail.com, or mailed to the following address 
(with a postmark no later than April 20th of the award year): 


Halfmoon Baseball League 
Attn: Scholarship Committee 
PO Box 4309 
Halfmoon, NY 12065

More Info: Halfmoon Baseball Scholarship

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