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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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Registration for 2016 Summer Camp is now open

POBJFKHS varsity coach Coach G will be running a camp for boys and girls currently in grades K-5 for two weeks in July. This is an exciting opportunity for the children to develop their skills. Children must participate in the Spring Intramural program to be eligible to attend the camp.

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10 year-old Hawks baseball dominates:

Little League NY District 32 and Section 4 East Champions, New York State runner-up, Farmindale, LSW, Hot Stove Columbus Day Champions and Hot Stove Fall Series Champions!!

Congratulations to the 10u Hawks on winning the LI Hot Stove Columbus Day Grand Slam Tournament! The Hawks defeated the NYC Titans by a score of 6-3 in the championship game. Dylan B. threw a complete game and secured the win. The Hawks defense was solid behind him and their offense provided timely hits to knock out the Titans for the second time this season. The Hawks had stunned the Titans with a last inning come from behind win in the LI Hot Stove Memorial Day tournament back in May. Although the Titans had another chance to take a title from Plainview, our Hawks once again proved to be the better team. Congratulations and go Hawks!!!!!  

The Plainview Hawks tremendous Little League tournament run ended with a loss to Great Kills LL of Staten Island in the State championship game.

The boys then returned home to capture both the Farmingdale 9/11 and LSW tournaments compiling an overall 30-5 record this summer.

The team won the 9/11 Memorial tournament on August 15th in dramatic fashion. Down 2-0 in the bottom of the sixth inning, the Hawks were able to tie it up with hits by Josh I., Tyler S., and Jacob G. Then, Andrew B. hit a walk-off triple to drive in the winning run and seal the victory! The Hawks defense was solid, led by a complete game effort by hurler Dylan B. who had 9 strikeouts, 0 earned runs, and only one walk in the game

The Hawks completed their summer season with an LSW tournament win! The Hawks battled the Camelot Knights and held off a last ditch effort to win the championship by a score of 3-1. Pitchers Tyler C. and Jacob G. held Camelot to one earned run. The defense shined as well, led by Tyler D's cat-like reflexes, flashing serious leather at both second and third to frustrate and stymie the Knights' offense. 

Congratutions to the boys, their coaches and their families!

The boys were honored by Legislator Judy  Jacobs, Councilwoman Rebecca Alesia and have been featured on News 12

Go Hawks!! 

8 Year Old Hawks Baseball: Bethpage Hotstove & Hicksville John Walker Champions!
They capped off a tremendous summer with championship victories in the Hotstove and Hicksville leagues, finishing with an overall 20-1 record in these leagues. Way to go!!

Thank you to our 2015 Sponsors

Thank you to Dr. Kerker of the Central Orthopedic Group,651 Old Country Rd, Plainview, for making a safety training presentation at our annual manager/coach organizational meeting. View the presentation here

View parents meeting presentation


2016 PLL Community Carnival

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!!

Go Hawks!!!

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.

Go Hawks!!!  

10U Hawks Win Long Island's Hot Stove Fall Series Championship

The 10u Plainview Hawks completed their season over the weekend by winning Long Island Hot Stove's 11u Fall Series Championship. The Hawks defeated the Whitestone Angels by a score of 5-3 to take the National League bracket. Dylan B. threw a complete game and blasted a game-winning 2-run home run! Plainview's defense was crisp on the field and their bats were thunderous at the plate.
This tournament win gives our 10u Hawks their 7th championship this season out of 8 contests. The only tournament they lost was at the The Little League Finals where they took 2nd Place in all of New York State. Congratulations to our Plainview Hawks on a monumental season!

 Plainview Hawks Varsity Baseball Team Hosted Free Clinic

The Clinic was instructed by the POB / Mattlin Middle School Coaches, High School Coaches  Players.

10U Softball Wins SSA Championship In Walk-Off Fashion 4-3! 

The Hawks and the Central Nassau Rebels were locked in a nail-biter. With the game tied at 2 after five innings, each team had three outs to play with. A couple of walks and a ground rule double in the top of the sixth gave the Rebels a one run lead. The Hawks had one final chance. 

Clutch hitting and a large, supportive home crowd gave the Hawks what they needed scoring two runs in the bottom of the frame capping an exciting tournament with a walk-off championship victory! Congrats to the team and their coaches. Great way to end their summer season!!

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.

The 8U Softball team ended the Summer Slam losing to the LAC Force 10-5 in the Championship game Monday night. It was a hot, muggy night under the lights at the Pool field, but the Hawks wouldn't melt. Having been mercied by LAC twice before this summer, Plainview fought hard, got timely hitting and some great defensive plays to keep the game close.

Congrats to the girls on a great summer together! Not only did they learn to play as a team, they all just really like being around each other and having fun. They look forward to an even stronger Fall season. Way to go, Hawks!!