The Fall Ball season is underway and teams are playing games every Sunday through mid-November.
Everyone involved in operating AGLL is a volunteer, and we always need more help. Plus, Little League requires that anyone who has regular contact with players and teams must be a cleared volunteer.
We use the Bonzi Team web and mobile apps for our team sites. Each team has its own site, complete with roster and schedule information, along with team messaging and other capabilities.
Bonzi Team sites are accessible only by members of each team, but some general information is available on the Public Team Pages, accessible through this website.
Login to your team's Bonzi Team website
General info about the teams available for all to see
Our 8-10 All-Stars team defeated Encinitas National in the Section 6 Championship game. They went on to represent Section 6 in the Southern California State Tournament, hosted by District 51. The team had some success in the state tournament, winning two of their four games played. Unfortunately, two losses knocked them out of the tournament.
District 33 tournament for the Minor through Senior divisions of Little League Baseball. AG has teams playing in the Intermediate and Minor tournaments.
Congrats to our AG Hawks for winning the D33 Minor TOC Championship!
Photo albums from the 2017 and 2016 spring seasons
Use the Bonzi Team mobile app or website to keep up with your team.
You get full schedules, messaging, roster and manager contact info, photo albums, and more.
View game scores, standings, game schedules, and general roster information for any team.
As you may know, AGLL is unique in that we own the property for our fields. There are many benefits to owning our property, but it also means all of us AGLL members are responsible for its upkeep.
The property spans over 4 acres, about half of which is non-field area and that area is highly productive in growing weeds, often yielding a few crops a year. In the past, we have tried to arrange work party events to clean up the grounds, with varying levels of success. Let’s face it, we all want to help the league however we can, but pulling weeds and picking up trash are tasks that attract little interest.
The weeds are relentless and we have even at times received abatement notices from the City Fire Department. Fines can be imposed if abatement is not performed since excess weeds create a fire hazard.
Prior to the Spring 2017 season the AGLL Board voted in favor of establishing a budget for weed maintenance services. This budget will be funded through an assessment applied to each player’s registration—$30 for the spring season and $15 for the fall. The assessment will be included in the registration fee, so there is no separate payment.
We hope you understand the need for this service to lessen the fire hazard, lower the spread of weed pollen, improve the aesthetics of our property, and reduce, if even just slightly, demands on your lives from some of the labor-intensive tasks on the property. Some things are just worth paying for. We are all volunteers and want to focus our efforts on continuing to bring an excellent baseball and youth mentoring program to the kids of AGLL.
Volunteers are still needed to help with the repair and upkeep of other parts of the property and facilities. We will continue to rely on volunteer support through dedicated individuals or scheduled work parties. Please continue to look for these work parties and help out where you can.
Thanks for your understanding and outstanding support for AGLL!
Your AGLL Board
Using money from our Capital Improvement Fund, which has been built up from fundraiser events like our annual golf tournament and casino night, we are making some fun additions to our property and improving spectator comfort.
We have begun constructing a new Tee Ball Park with an enclosed area adjacent to our Minor A (Rookie) field.
A huge thanks goes to Pete and his sons Kip and Nick for doing most of the demolition work to take down the structure! Pete and sons also had help from Doug Mellinger and his kids Garrett and Ainslie, Jared Merrill, and Dennis Gildehaus. The conex storage box will be moved to this spot and a new booth built for score keepers and announcers.
Special thanks also goes to former-AGLL Board member Mark Stoneking for going the extra mile in researching, designing, and developing the new retaining wall and drainage system to be built at the site.
We are a Little League organization serving the Allied Gardens and surrounding communities since 1957. We are a proud member of Little League District 33.
Allied Gardens Little League is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) California public benefit corporation and chartered Little League Organization.
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