North Branford Little League
Left on to Valley Shores Drive. Field A – On prime of hill closest to soccer area. Turn proper at the finish of the exit onto Route eighty one, heading south approximately 8 miles, via Killingworth to junction of Routes eighty & 81 at the Killingworth Circle. 95 S Exit 63 – Turn Right onto 81 then left onto Glenwood Rd. 3/four mile turn proper on Ninety Rod Rd. ninety five S Exit 63 – Turn Right on 81 then left on Glenwood Rd. 1 mile Fields are on left.
Ridgefield splits into two leagues. Majors expanded to 12 teams. First Pancake Breakfast Paul Manikowski, President. First sports activities evening New fence at Aldrich. Established Steering Committee to handle daily League activities. Safety fencing put in at Scalzo, Farmingville.
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National League All-Stars win the Connecticut District 1 Tournament – a primary time achievement for the league and second in Ridgefield historical past. New backstops put in at Shadow Lake Field and Branchville. Training & development applications expanded to incorporate all teams at all levels. Dimitri’s wins Juniors Inter-town softball title and UPS Store wins Majors Inter-city softball title!
Continue straight on Route eighty one South. Go approximately 5 miles. Haddam-Killingworth Middle School is on your left. The college is roughly one-quarter mile down on the left.
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You will see the fireplace station throughout the street and the field is correct behind. For parking, take a left turn onto Main Street, then a quick right onto Sheffield Street. Park in the second parking lot . Ridgefield National League All-Stars repeat as Connecticut District 1 Champions over Wilton. Copps Hill Shell defeats Squash’s within the Majors Town Championship, whereas Pamby’s wins the District 1 All-Town Champions Tournament.