South Little League kicks off fall baseball season

South Little League kicks off fall baseball season
September 24
00:00 2015

photo above: Members of the South Little League are on the field during opening day. (submitted photo) 

By Tevin Stinson

The Chronicle

While the major league baseball players are preparing for the playoffs, the season is just getting started for the local sluggers of South Little League.

The League held the first games of the fall baseball season on Sept. 14.

South Little League, 810 West Clemmonsville Road, is one of the few Little League organizations that offers baseball during the fall months. Most other organizations only offer competitive games during the spring and early summer months.

The league welcomes kids between ages 4 and 16 who are first-timers or who are looking to sharpen their skills for the upcoming spring season.

South Little League fall league offers a number of different divisions that separate the athletes by age and experience level. Those divisions are Pee Wee, Tee Ball, Minors, Majors and Juniors.

Many of the parents believe the league helps teach teamwork and the importance of hard work. The league also promotes the importance of playing fair and always doing your best.

Allison Gray said this is her son’s first year playing baseball, but believes he will really enjoy it.

“He’s played other sports, but he seems really excited about baseball,” said Gray. “I’m sure he will enjoy it.”

According the league’s official website, the South Little League will be facing other teams from Kernersville, Walkertown, Davie County and Reedy Creek.

South Little League is a member of the Southwest Forsyth Little League, which was started in 1963.

For more information on the Fall League or South Little League, visit

For more information on the Southwest Forsyth Little League and other organizations in the area, visit

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