Rich Ferrick and Rod MacLeod Receive Top Little League Awards
Incoming M-ALL President Jeff Phillips congratulates Rich Ferrick
M-A Little League wrapped up the 2014 season at its annual Coaches Appreciation Dinner held at AutoVino in Menlo Park. The League also announced its two most prestigious awards: the Rory Fuerst Award and the Scott Barnum Award.
The Rory Fuerst Award is M-A Little League’s highest honor for a coach and is intended to recognize a person who has given continually, not only for his or her own children, but to the greater Little League family and M-A community, leaving a lasting impact on the league. Incoming M-ALL President Jeff Phillips announced that the award recipient for 2014, as voted on by the board, is Rich Ferrick. Rich has served on the board for 7 years, the last two as President. He has also coached Majors Old Pro for several years, winning the league championship in 2013.
The Scott Barnum Award, is awarded to the coach who best exemplifies the "spirit" of M-A Little League: "Play Fair, Strive to Win, Do One’s Best". Coaches are nominated by their peers in each division. The M-ALL Board then selects one of these division coaches as the leagues Official Nominee for Positive Coaching Alliance's, the Double-Goal Coach Award. The 2014 winner of The Scott Barnum Awardis Rod MacLeod!
It is our good fortune and honor to have both Rich and Rod as a part of the M-ALL community. Please join us in congratulating them on their outstanding contributions and accomplishments!
Registration for the Menlo-Atherton Little League 2015 Spring Season is NOW OPEN!
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M-ALL is offering seven playing divisions to players age 5 to 13:
Coach Pitch (advanced T-Ball)
Single A (machine pitch)
Double A (advanced machine pitch)
Triple A (player-pitch)
We are also registering YOUTH UMPIRES age 13-17 as of April 30, 2015.
The M-ALL is now offering an Intermediate Division (50/70) for players age 13 (as of April 30, 2015). The Intermediate Division gives developing players a chance to continue playing Little League on a field sized in between a full size Major League field and a Little League Field.
The M-ALL also offers a Challenger Division for special needs players age 6 to 18.