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11u Boys Take Section 4 East Title
For the first time ever, two PLL teams have advanced to the State level of the Little League tournament as the 11u boys won the Section 4 East title. Behind Dylan B's 1-hit shutout, the boys defeated Smithtown 3-0 to take the title.
10u Girls Take Section 4 East Title
Video hereAfter an incredibly intense game, tied 1-1 after 5 innings, the Plainview Hawks exploded for 3 runs in the top of the 6th. After Ava L led off with her 2nd single of the game, Rachel K drove her in with a triple. Alexa H was up next and stroked a double to right field, scoring Rachel for a 2 run lead. The place was going wild. Alexa proceeded to steal 3rd, and then in a daring move, stole home to give the Hawks that extra cushion.
The ball was handed back to Alexa to finish the game and she did so in her typical fashion, striking out the side in the bottom of the sixth for Plainview's most memorable victory.
4 Hawks Teams Play for District Titles, 3 Advance to Sectionals
All 4 teams entered in their respective Little League tournaments advanced to District 32 championship games and 3 of the 4 teams have advanced to sectional play! Congratulations to all the players, coaches and parents!
Section play schedule. Our teams are in Section 4 East.
10U Girls win Section 4 East title
10u boys runners-up in Section 4 East
11u boys play for Section 4 East title
Plainview Hawks vs. Central Nassau in the District 32 Final
Friday 7/15 at 5:45pm at Hearth Lane Field in Westbury
HAWKS WIN 9-6
10u Hawks - District Champs!
The 10U Hawks, managed by Ari Wind throw a no hitter against East Meadow to win the District 32 Championship 11-0. The hawks went 4-0 in pool play to be undefeated in the districts.
The 10U Hawks start the summer very strong going 16-3. and making it to 3 championships already. Now off to the Williamsport Sectionals.
Plainview Hawks vs. Bethpage in the District 32 Final
Thurs. 7/14 at 8pm at Plainview Pool
HAWKS defeated 7-3
Plainview Hawks vs. East Meadow in the District 32 Final
Friday 7/15 at 8pm at Plainview Pool
HAWKS WIN 5-0
Fall Intramural Baseball, Softball and Challenger registration is open
Boys and girls entering grades 1-7 are eligible to register for PLL Fall baseball and softball programs, The structure of the programs will be made based upon registration.
Boys and girls entering Kindergarten in September are eligible for register for the initial Fall Lil Hawks program.
Boys and girls age 5 and up with special needs can register for the fall Challenger program.
Play will begin after Labor Day.
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7u Hawks Win Memorial Day Tournament
The 7U (Rising 8U) Plainview Hawks completed their first season together this Memorial Day Weekend winning the LI Hotstove Memorial Day Tournament.
In the Hotstove Memorial Day Tournament, the Rising 8u Hawks defeated the Carle Place Wildcats, the North Shore Highlanders and the Bellport Blueclaws scoring 60 runs and allowing only 3! The Hawks then defeated the Bethpage Eagles in the Semi-Finals winning 15-3. The Championship was a battle of the bats as the Hawks faced Long Island Crush (a/k/a Team Steel from Baseball Heaven). The Hawks would go on to win 15-12 to bring home the Championship. In about a 36 hour time frame, the Hawks played 5 games going 5-0. They scored 75 runs and allowed only 18. They compiled 79 hits including 4 home runs. And they pitched 7 different pitchers, striking out 46 batters. Congratulations to the Hawks, their Coaches and their Parents!!
11u Hawks Win Independence Day Tournament
The 11u Hawks were victorious this past weekend, waving their Stars and Stripes! Plainview's "Boys of Summer" defeated the Blackstone Valley Thunder (Central Massachusetts) by a score of 8-4 to win Baseball Heaven's Independence Day 11u tournament. It's was a wild weekend with the first game postponed due to lightning on Friday night, forcing the Hawks to play 6 games in 3 days. But this team rose to the challenge, with a pool play record of 3-1, their only loss (9-8) coming from the Thunder. As fate would have it, the Hawks had a triple header on The Fourth of July, finishing their pool play with a win over the Ducks, a semi-final win over the Hurricanes, and a championship finale that allowed our boys a second chance to defeat the Thunder, this time for all the marbles. The defense was stellar and the hitting was timely alongside a complete game effort by their ace, Dylan B. Congratulations to the 11u Hawks on their second championship of the season!
New 11u Hawks Win Memorial Day Tournament
This past Memorial Day weekend was a successful one for the newly established 11u Hawks. In their first tournament of the season, the Hawks swept the competition in the Plainedge Memorial Day Weekend Tournament. They went 3-0 in pool play, defeating Plainedge 6-3, blanking South Huntington, 12-0, and routing West Babylon, 13-1.
Any plans Plainedge may have had for revenge were spoiled when the Hawks beat the Red Devils for the second time in the tournament, by a score of 6-5 in the semi-finals, which set up a championship game against Team Beast.
In a well pitched and defensively solid game on both sides of the diamond, the Plainview Hawks emerged victorious, taming the Beast with a 2-0 shutout. Along with the complete game, 10K pitching prowess of Dylan B., the Hawks' defense and offense were tremendous from top to bottom, led by Justin A. and Tyler D's timely hits and massive web gems in the championship game. Congratulations to the entire 11u team on their tournament win.
Plainview Hawks Varsity Baseball Team Hosted Free Clinic
The Clinic was instructed by the POB / Mattlin Middle School Coaches, High School Coaches Players.
Ground Breaking for New Challenger Field in Plainview
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Challenger Division field to be built at the Fern Place School took place on October 24. Dozens of residents, local elected representatives and leaders of the Plainview Little League attended the ceremony. The field will provide a dedicated location for our Challenger Division players to hold their games and scrimmages during the spring and fall. Congratulations to Challenger Director, Robert Pickus and the many dedicated volunteers who made this dream a reality.