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Fall ball
by posted 07/01/2014

Registration for Fall Baseball Program Open.

The Fall Baseball Program is a time for experimenting and development in preparation for the Spring Season in a less competitive, less stressful environment.  

Click Here to learn more about our Fall programs or to register your future Hall-of-Famer today! 

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KC Cobras take 2nd Place at Brighton Bash Tourney
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KC Tournament Teams Start Season Strong
Ken-Caryl Little League wishes to give a big "Hum Babe!"...
The Science of Little League
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KCLL featured in Columbine Courier
by posted 06/22/2014

Dinger was on hand to celebrate all that is Little League

KCLL's End of Season celebration was a feature article in this week's Columbine Courier. Check it out:

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KC Cobras take 2nd Place at Brighton Bash Tourney
by posted 04/21/2014

12U KC Cobras after a loooong day of baseball

KCLL wishes to give a big "Hum Babe!" shout out to the 12U KC Cobras tournament team for taking second place in the CABA Brighton Bash Tournament - a one day tournament. With just a 10 man roster, it was an intense day of baseball for the Cobras.

The Cobras started the tourney against the Thunder Rays of Broomfield and lost a hard fought game 9-5. The Cobras next made swift work of the Brighton Bulldogs, eliminating the Dawgs in just 4 innings with a 16-4 win.  This brought on a rematch with the Thunder Rays in the championship game. 

The Cobras jumped out to quick 9-3 lead at the end of two, but the tenacious Thunder Rays fought their way back to win the title game with a walk-off homerun and a final score of 13-12. 

The impressive performance by the Cobras has already earned the team an automatic invitation in the CABA State Tournament.  Congratulations Cobras!

Cobra Players: Ben Bailey, Joseph Bailey, Nathan Bailey, Jesse Berland, Nick Stone, Connor Florence, Josh Fenstermacher, Breckin Holmberg, Charlie Manta, Jared Sharpe. Coaches: Jim Bailey, Brian Berland, David Sharpe, John Manta.

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KC Tournament Teams Start Season Strong
by posted 03/20/2014

KC Devils and their SIlver Medals

Ken-Caryl Little League wishes to give a big "Hum Babe!" shout out to the KC Tournament Teams. This past weekend KCTT entered 6 teams in the Luck O' Irish tournament across all divisions. This was KCTT's largest number of teams ever participating in tournament play.  The 11AA KC Devils took second place as the top KCTT finish; but all the teams turned in impressive performances.  You can read more about the KC Devils below.


GOLDEN, May 17, 2014 - The Ken Caryl Devils' 2014 tournament season got off to a strong start at the CABA Luck of the Irish tournament this past weekend.  The Devils' bats were hot, scorching the competition for 52 runs en route to an undefeated record (3-0-1) through four pool games on Saturday and Sunday.  Lights out hitting by Seth Beals, Jake Gensemer, and Thomas Hartman (batting .818, .778, and .724, respectively during pool play), helped fueled the team's success.  Drew Lytle, Luke Schoon, and Cooper Stack also lit a fire at the plate—each hit .500+ for the tournament.  

Game #1 vs the Raptors was never in doubt--a 20-4 blowout in 3 innings sparked by bats en fuego, plate patience (a perfect 1.0 OBP for Beals, Gensemer, Inez Gonzalez, Levi Schlomer, Schoon, and Stack), and flame throwing by the duo of Carter Dart and Lytle, who combined to surrender just 4 hits for the game.  Game #2 vs. the Golden Grizzlies was a tug-of-war with Nick Garcia anchoring the Devils’ rope from the mound for two innings, then Gensemer, who closed the game out for a 10-6 victory.  Game #3 vs the Rocky Mountain Colts was a nail-biter with some unusual twists—the game ended in a 9-9 tie (due to tournament time constraints), and the final run scored on a surprising and wacky steal of home. Game #4 was a 13-5 drubbing of the Sandlot Bees with Hartman and Beals taking turns on the mound for another 4 hitter, and with Stack, Brock Miller, Beals, Hartman, Gensemer, and Lytle all pounding out multiple hits. 

The Devils came up short in the championship game on Sunday, but when the players were asked how they felt about their championship loss (a.k.a. runners-up achievement!), their KCLL character shone through.  Their responses did not resonate with the frustration and agony of defeat—that game was already in the rear view mirror.  The most common player comment after losing the championship game: "When do we play our next game?" 
Fortunately, we were able to tell them all that KCLL opening day is right around the corner--April 5th!
From Left to Right: Levi Schlomer, Cooper Stack, Thomas Hartman, Seth Beals, Luke Schoon, Inez Gonzales, Jake Gensemer, Carter Dart, Brock Miller, Drew Lytle

Not pictured: Nick Garcia, Coach Thom Hartman, Coach Greg Garcia, Coach Dan Miller, Coach Russ Gensemer 


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The Science of Little League
by posted 04/19/2012

It ain't as easy as it looks!

Being a Little Leaguer is not easy. The science proves it.  So the next time you feel like yelling out to your kid because he struck out or walked a batter with bases loaded, remember that it is harder to be a Little Leaguer than a Pro! Check this video out:


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