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Huntley Little League
P.O. Box 584  -  Huntley, IL 60142


Welcome to Huntley Little League


Little League Baseball, Incorporated is a non-profit organization whose mission is to "promote, develop, supervise, and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball and Softball." 

Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program assists youth in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the Little League Baseball and Softball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes.






New Tournament Tiebreaker Structure and Roster Guidelines Highlight 2019 Little  League® Rule Changes - Little League

Seven Rule Changes all players, coaches and parents should know this season:


USA Bat Standard | What is the 2018 Youth USA Baseball Bat Standard? – HB  Sports Inc.

USA Bat Standard | What is the 2018 Youth USA Baseball Bat Standard? – HB  Sports Inc.

Please note these rules do not apply to softball bats.
To find out more about bat rules click here







Huntley Little League recognizes the importance of player safety. In conjunction with the 2016 Illinois law regarding concussions in youth sports we are happy to provide a link to the Illinios High School Administration concussion awareness education program. Please take a moment to review this important information. 


  Concussion Education



Little League University


District 13 Little League

Illinois District 13 Little League

Huntley Little Leage baseball and softball fall under Illinois District 13

Any questions on the District level please visit at


Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System

Lightning Warning System and Weather Station

Huntley Park District has uses a lightning warning system at Stingray Bay/Deicke Park, Tomaso Sports Park, and the Public Works Soccer Fields. This system warns of actual lightning strikes within a 10-mile radius of the park. When lightning is detected, you will hear a 15-second blast and strobe lights will begin to flash on the unit at the park. When this occurs, ALL outdoor activities should cease, and all persons should seek shelter in a permanent building or vehicle immediately. Activities may only be resumed once the system has indicated the “all clear” with three – 5 second horn blasts and the strobe lights will stop flashing. There is a minimum period of 30 minutes if the system goes into alarm before it will be all clear. You can visually see the lightning and the current "countdown timer" as conditions change.  Each time a lightning strike happens within a 10-mile radius, the timer will reset to 30 minutes. 

The Huntley Park District also has its own weather station located in the center of Deicke Park/Stingray Bay/Warrington Park.  This temperature, "feels like" reading (wind chill/heat index), and wind speed and direction are displayed as well.