Thank you to Laurel Auto Group and their generosity to West Suburban Little League
Player evaluations are scheduled for March 2 at the Westmont Hilltop High School. EVALUATIONS ARE FOR MAJORS, INTERMEDIATES AND MACHINE PITCH (MINORS) DIVISIONS ONLY. Farm and Tee Ball divisions do not have player evaluations. Player evaluations are an evaluation of each player's skill and ability. Managers and coaches use these evaluations to create equally balanced teams for the regular season at WSLL. Majors skill evaluations are from 12pm to 2pm, Intermediates from 2pm to 4pm and Machine Pitch (Minors) are from 4pm to 6pm.
West Suburban creates equally competitive teams. Unlike other local little league programs, West Suburban does not create "stacked" or "All Star" teams for regular season competition.
West Suburban is always growing. The league annually fields over 30 teams in age groups ranging from 4 to 12. Over 350 area children participate at West Suburban annually.
The West Suburban board sets registration fee each winter for the upcoming season. The typical fee is $30.00 with discounted rates for siblings. An annual fundraiser is held with a buyout option.
West Suburban Little League is located behind the former Westmont Elementary School and the Hiram G. Andrews Center in Upper Yoder Twp. in Johnstown, PA. There is always plenty of parking available in the Hiram G. Andrews parking lot.
As a member of Little League International, West Suburban adheres to all safety standards set forth by the organization. All adult volunteers must submit clearances to be able to volunteer at West Suburban.
West Suburban offers divisions of play that are emotionally and physically appropriate for various ages.
Ages (4-5): Tee Ball Division
Ages (5-6): Farm Division
Ages(7-8): Machine Pitch Division Baseball and 8U Softball
Ages (9-10): Minors Division Baseball and 10U Softball
Ages (11-12): Majors Division Baseball and 12U Softball
Established in 1951, West Suburban is in the oldest 10% of little leagues worldwide.
West Suburban has over 50 local businesses and groups that annually support the league. West Suburban also participates in the Little Leagues Big Heart Program that benefits local area charities.