An afternoon parade and entertainment awaits the community of Little Silver at the Rec Annual Spring Sports Parade.
Friday, May 3, 2013
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Don't get stuck with the $50 late fee after Feb. 7.
The deadline to sign up for Little Siver Recreation spring sports is fast approaching. Residents interested in signing their K-8 child up for baseball, softball or lacross have until Feb. 7 before a $50 late fee is imposed. Because many teams fill up quickly, latecomers are not guaranteed a spot on the roster. Little Silver Recreation is scheduling free indoor baseball, softball and lacrosse clinics in March at Point Road School Gym to prepare players for the Spring season. There will be coaches only sessions such as “Organizing An Effective And Fun Baseball/Softball Practice” as well as kids’ clinics in hitting, pitching and fielding basics for both baseball and softball. Lacrosse sessions will concentrate on catching, passing, cradling, …
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Lady Lions recently defeated the Manalapan Belles 8-7 to earn title.
The Lady Lions, sponsored by the Oceanport Lions Club, won the 2011 Jersey Shore Fall Softball League Championship by beating the Manalapan Belles 8-7 in extra innings. Congrats on your title girls! Special thanks to Lions Pete Dellera, Jr. and John Bonforte, Sr. for providing the photo.
Monday, October 10, 2011
The Little Silver One Pitch Softball Tournament benefited the Viscomi Family.
Each Fall, the town of Little Silver comes together to benefit one of their own. Under beautiful skies on Saturday, Oct. 8, the Little Silver One Pitch Softball Tournament took place at Markham Place field. Teams from Little Silver, Shrewsbury and Rumson competed in the annual event to raise money for the Viscomi Family. Recent changes to the Viscomi's health insurance have made it difficult for the family to afford the numerous medications and medical supplies needed for Lucas. The Little Silver Family Pharmacy provides Viscomi's prescriptions and they are directly accepting checks to go toward the Lucas Viscomi account.
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Donations being accepted now for Oct. 8 men's softball tournament to benefit sick Little Silver boy.
As the Yankees and Phillies begin their quests for baseball glory this weekend, you can hit a home run on a more hyperlocal level by making a donation to play or attend the 12th Annual Little Silver Men's Softball Tournament, which will be held Saturday, Oct. 8 beginning at 1 p.m. on the Borough and Library Fields. Proceeds from the event will benefit Lucas Viscomi, a Little Silver teenager who has been fighting a fatal disease called Metachromatic Leukodystrophy (MLD) over the last 10 years. Viscomi's health insurance company recently imposed changes which drastically reduce his health coverage, making it difficult for his family to afford the 20 different medications and medical supplies he needs, said Little Silver Recreation Director …
Monday, June 27, 2011
The Prospect Avenue squad proved no match for the undefeated Eatontown group they faced in a doubleheader in Eatontown Sunday morning
The Eatontown Fire Department's softball team beat the Little Silver Fire Department's team twice in a double header Sunday morning, 19-6 and 11-4. The wins extend Eatontown's flawless record this season to 10-0, a promising outlook for their league, which is the longest-running fire department softball league in New Jersey as it enters its 55th season. Strong batting and swift base running helped the Eatontown firefighters secure huge leads over their Little Silver rivals in both games. The MVP of the first game was Greg Welsh, who got hits on every one of his four at-bats, including two home runs. In the second game, Joe Iannuzzelli was three for four at the plate, and hit one home run. The Eatontown team, which won championships in 2007…
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Boys tennis beats Rumson-Fair Haven for first time in over 5 years, boys lacrosse wins first game of Shore Conference play, boys baseball begins Shore Conference tournament today
Boys Tennis Red Bank Regional swashbuckled past Rumson-Fair Haven for the first time in five years Tuesday, taking the match 3-2, with big wins by Joel Diamond, David Braka and P.J. Moran. Boys Lacrosse (12-3) The Bucs cruised over Toms River South 14-6 in the first game of the Shore Conference tournament Tuesday afternoon. Their next game will be played away against No. 1 seed Rumson-Fair Haven on Friday at 4 p.m. Girls Lacrosse (7-6) The Lady Bucs delivered a 14-2 hurting to Long Branch (0-13) Tuesday. Red Bank took an 11-1 lead into halftime. Kristen Smith and Murphy Davis scored three times each, Arianna Tharrington and Clara Osmont scored two apiece, and Lauren Arnone registered a goal and two assists. Baseball (11-7) Tuesday's game …
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Morgan Schroll's double in the bottom of the sixth drove in Jess Stevenson for the win.
In a tightly-contested Saturday morning game that could have gone either way, Red Bank Regional's Morgan Schroll doubled in the bottom of the sixth to bring Jess Stevenson home and win the game 10-9. Trish Langely started the Lady Bucs off in the first inning with a three-run homer. Also making significant contributions for Red Bank were Brielle Pennington, who knocked in 3 RBIs, and Shanon LeBlanc, who went was 2 for 4 with a double and 1 RBI. Pitcher Alexis Hines picked up the win for the Lady Bucs and Monmouth's Sam Smith took the loss. Though they fell a few runs short, the Lady Falcons were hitting the ball well. Mary Beerie went 2 for 5 with a double, Meghan Mego went 2 for 5, and Sam Carreta went 2 for 3. The Lady Bucs return home…