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Sandpoint Little League Begins

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Bats are cracking and Blues are calling as little league kicks off in Sandpoint

The snow is finally off the ball fields and batters are taking up their stance at home place for Sandpoint Little League.

T-Ball games are held Monday through Thursday at 4 pm and 5:30 pm up until June 7 with the exception of Monday, May 26 - Memorial Day. Those games will be held on Friday of that week. All games are played at Dub’s Field, just next to Dub’s on Hwy 2 in Sandpoint. T-Ball has seven teams: Orioles, Phillies, Cardinals, Twins, Astros, Athletics and Diamondbacks.

Rookie League games are held Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (the Memorial Day games will be held on Tuesday of that week) through June 9. Game times are 4 and 6 pm. All games are played at the Nazarene Field, just north of the old KMart building on Hwy. 95. There are six Rookie teams: Tigers, Nationals, Giants, Rockies, Padres and Blue Jays.

The Minor League plays Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (no games scheduled for Memorial Day) with games at 4 and 6 pm through June 9. Make-up games will be scheduled on June 16. All games are played at Pine St. Park, just across the street from the Mayor’s office. There are five teams in the Minor League: Dodgers, Yankees, Mets, Angels and Red Sox.

Regular Little League Softball plays games on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays through June 8 with games at 6 pm. All games are played at Traver’s Park, on Pine St. just west of Division. There are four teams: Sandpoint Royals, Sandpoint Martins, and Bonners Ferry teams One and Two.

Complete schedules are attached

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Landon Otis

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