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Little League sign-ups begin

January 11, 2018 04:32 pm Updated: January 11, 2018 04:55 pm

The first sign-up for the 2018 Hudson Little League season will be held Saturday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Hudson High School.

The second sign-up will be Jan. 20 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Hudson High School and the third will be Jan. 27 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Hudson High.

The cost for T-Ball players (ages 4-6) is $40; minor league (ages 7-8), $50; majors (ages 9-12), $85; and juniors (ages 13-14), $100.

For information, call league secretary Michele Goodermote at 518-929-5663 or e-mail mgoo410@yahoo.com

UMPIRE CLASSES

The 2018 Columbia Greene Umpires Association umpire class will be held Feb. 19, 20, 26 and 27 with the exam on Feb. 28. The class will be at Columbia Greene Community College room 105 from 6-9 p.m. The class costs $60, which includes rule books, exam and your first year dues.

Upon successful completion of the course you will be eligible to umpire all levels of baseball in Columbia and Greene County. The CGUA umpires all levels of high school baseball along with many summer and fall leagues.

The CGUA is a chapter under the New York State Baseball Umpires Association. All CGUA members are fully certified by the state of New York. For more information you may visit facebook.com/cguaumpires or leaguelinup.com/cgua. Any questions, please contact Sean Connors at sconnors24@yahoo.com.

LITTLE LEAGUE FIELD RENOVATION APPLICATION

The Tri-City Valleycats Community Grounds Crew has begun to accept applications for the 2018 season.

Leagues are encouraged to submit an application, along with photos of the field — primarily of the infield, home plate and pitcher’s mound areas. Taking the photos early, prior to any snowfall, is crucial to the application process in determining the scope of the work. Applications should be submitted by the end of February. Work begins with the 4 in 24 renovations in April.

One of the Tri-City ValleyCats most important initiatives is to assist local youth leagues with maintenance and upkeep of their fields throughout the spring and summer. Their mission is to provide the youth of the Capital Region with a safe place to play, learn, grow, and most importantly have fun.

For more information, visit tcvalleycats.com/fieldrenovations