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Hudsonville LL Playoff Rules

Playoff Rules

*Does not include Rookie Divisions

You can locate your division's bracket by going to your team page and selecting "Brackets" from the left hand side.

Coaches - please enter your scores ASAP following your games so that your schedule/ brackets populate the next game.

*Games/ times are subject to change

 

Rules:

Home/ Away will be decided by pre-game coin flip

Double Elimination Tournament (2nd loss is final game), turn in equipment after 2nd loss.

 

Time Limit: No Drop Dead Time

A, A-Adv, AA, AA-Adv, & AAA - Majors - No Inning Past 1:45

Int/ Jun/ Sen No Inning Past 2:15/ No Drop Dead (if scheduled for 2.5 hours); games scheduled as 2 hours are No Inning Past 1:45/ No Drop Dead

In event of Tie (if an inning starts past No New Inning Time): Each 1/2 inning starts with last out on 2B, 1 out, and every batter starts with 1-1 count.

 

*Too Dark/ Bad Weather - Game will resume 30 minutes prior to the start of the next game on the schedule.

*Minimum Game Time is determined by the time played (minimum number of Innings is void)

 

Pitching: 

Baseball - Standard pitch count rules

Softball - AA thru Majors - 12 innings max per day, more than 6 innings requires 1 day of rest (no max per week)

SB Jun-Sen - No restrictions


by posted 06/03/2021
Current Covid-19 Protocols

Covid-19 Protocols

As of 3-26;  a request for Guidance for Little League (outdoor non-contact, non-school affiliated youth sports) from Ottawa County has resulted in a response that a response has not been received from the State yet.  At this time, HLL is continuing with what we used in our successfully completed Fall Season.

Attendance of any player, coach or anyone else attending a practice or game is acknowledgement that you do not have the following symptoms:  Fever/ Chills, Cough, Shortness of Breath, Fatigue, Muscle or Body Aches, Headache, Lost of Taste or Smell, Sore Throat, Congestion or Runny Nose, Nausea, Vomiting, or Diarrhea.

If you have any of these symptoms... stay home, and do not attend any team/ league activities.

 

or Practices – teams should separate in to different parts of the field with their equipment hung on fence (avoid dugouts for practice times)  Players and coaches should maintain at least 3 feet of distancing where possible. 

The stands are closed until further notice.  This will allow avoid “gathering of spectators” and will help to spread the parents/spectators around the field. 

Shared equipment is discouraged.

Catcher’s Equipment will not be used at Rookie and Coach Pitch Divisions.  Instead the catcher will be positioned to the side to cover the position once the ball is in play.

Rookie teams have been limited to 6 players per team to help with distancing at an age level where distancing is harder to enforce and outfield positions are not necessary needed.


by posted 03/28/2021
Heads Up Concussion Information
 

Parents and Coaches,
Effective July 1, 2013, the state of Michigan has adopted a "Sports Concussion Law".  All players must complete this form:http://michigan.gov/documents/mdch/Parentandathleteinfosheet_415328_7.pdf and give to their coaches as soon as possible.

A brief explanation of the law is as follows:
 

A concussion is a brain injury, caused by a blow, bump or jolt to the head that can have serious consequences. It can occur in any sport or recreational activity.

Michigan was the 39th U.S. state to enact a law that regulates sports concussions and return to athletic activity.  The law goes into full effect on June 30th, 2013.

The sports concussion legislation requires all coaches, employees, volunteers, and other adults involved with a youth athletic activity to complete a concussion awareness on-line training program.

 

 


More information can be found here: http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,4612,7-132-54783_63943---,00.html

Coaches also need to complete an online training course which can be found here:http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/Training/index.html


by posted 02/28/2017
Edit My Account

 Logging into your personal account on our site.  Please click the "Edit My Account" button on the lower left menu and then enter your email address only, it will send you a password for your account.  

You can then go in and edit the options available, such as text messaging, e-mailing notification regarding games, pubic/private/roster viewing of your info (please use Roster if not a coach), etc.  This screen also links to all members of your family as well.

While at this screen, you are also able to update your contact information so Hudsonville Little League always has the most up-to-date info.  If you want multiple emails on your account, please put a semicolon ";" after the first email and then enter the second email.  

To change any information in the registration system that your child is signed up for follow these steps:

  • Register Online, select the Division your child is signed up in.
  • Sign in with email/password if not already signed in
  • Your family info will be listed, click on the edit icon to left of name
  • Click 'Submit' after confirming contact info is correct
  • The questionnaire will come up and allow changes.
  • For more detailed instructions with pictures, click here.
  • You can also view the YouTube video on the right side of home page for more details.


If you have any questions, please contact @hudsonvillelittleleague.com 


by posted 02/02/2010
Contact Us

Hudsonville Little League
PO Box 87 
Hudsonville, MI 49426

Tim Weber

President / League Administrator

president@hudsonvillelittleleague.com

Webmaster: info@hudsonvillelittleleague.com

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