Anderson Township Little League is pleased to announce that with the Spring 2015 season we will be offering girls fast pitch softball. Details are still being worked out so check our website periodically for updates.
Just like with our baseball league, there will be clinics offered to players and coaches to make the most of your child’s sports experience.
To get things started off on the right foot, the Turpin and Anderson High School softball coaching staffs are combining to host youth fast pitch pitching clinics at no cost beginning on September 15 at 5:00 PM at Anderson High School. The clinics will be held every Sunday at 5:00 pm through October. There will not be a clinic on Sunday, October 5.
These clinics will be focused on girls ages 9-13 who are interested in learning beginning pitching mechanics so that they have the skills and knowledge to be successful in the circle next spring. The clinics are expected to last about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Each pitcher will need an adult catcher, cleats, and a water bottle. It would be helpful to bring a small ball labeled with your name if pitching at the u10 (minors) level in 2015. We have a limited number of 11 inch softballs.
We hope to add the older and more experienced pitchers in subsequent weeks to work on advanced mechanics.
Feel free to contact Jess Hartley, Turpin Head Coach with any questions on the fall clinics at
Anderson Township Little League, Inc. (ATLL) is an all-volunteer official Little League Program and is part of the Ohio District 9 National Little League Charter serving Anderson Township, Mt. Washington, Newtown and Pierce Township. The organization was founded in 1998 to develop the skills of each player while creating a positive environment in which to play and enjoy America’s favorite pastime. ATLL has grown to be the largest Little League in Southwest Ohio.
For more information visit our website at www.ATLL.org, send us an email at
or write us at ATLL, P. O. Box 541161, Cincinnati, Ohio 45254-1161
The ATLL 8U team finished the State Tournament as the STATE CHAMPIONS! An exciting 4-1 win over Hamilton West wrapped a great run for this team. Congratulations to Coaches Joe Rausch, Anthony Speranza and Pete Muehlenkamp and all the players in bringing home the first state champion banner in ATLL history!