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RECAP OF THE 2017 BASEBALL SEASON

A baseball season can be long and hard. But in Oradell Little League, it's also a lot of fun.  Here are some images and highlights looking back on an incredible 2017 baseball season.  The bottom line is, none of this gets done without volunteerism, determination and numbers.  Our attendance this season was larger than last.  Our enthusiasm as a community was massive. And that's why this baseball program works... because we work together to make it the most positive and safe environment for our players.  Let's keep that going because the more smiles you see, just know... we're doing something right.  We're making dreams come true in the Oradell Little League.  I could not be prouder to be apart of this organization.     

--Rob Monaco, OLL Media Liaison

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REc Baseball UNITY

When all is said and done, it's never about the uniform, but rather the game that brings us all together. Congratulations to all the players of the Oradell Little League on a fantastic season. There was growth, pride and passion! Most of all though, there was a bond between players and coaches.  Something that can never be denied!

Summer softball CHAMPS!

Known as "Warriors" by Coach Brady, this 12U Girl Hawks Softball Team won the Bergen County (BCGS) championship against Park Ridge on July 21st.  Read More Here.

14U moves on

A collection of Oradell and River Edge combined, these RiverDell Hawks had a successful Summer Season. Mahwah beat RiverDell in the Championship, but this group of boys proved that determination and hardwork is necessary to have a true team dynamic.  This group now moves to High School.

bIG fALL FOR THE hAWKS

Please Congratulate the 8U Oradell Hawks as they beat Woodcliff Lake to become NEBAS Champs for their age group!

Congratulate the 9 and 10U Oradell Hawks for securing 2nd place this fall in their NEBAS seasons. A job well done!

UNFORGETTABLE HONOR

The 8U Oradell Hawks were honored at Town Hall on November 28, 2017 with a proclamation for their achievements in the Fall Season.  The Hawks won the NEBAS Championship in a championship game against Woodcliff Lake.

Mayor Dianne Didio read the honors and many of the Board Members and families were in attendance.

You can read more about the Hawks memorable championship game HERE.

The 8U Oradell Hawks were honored at Town Hall on November 28, 2017 with a proclamation for their achievements in the Fall Season.  The Hawks won the NEBAS Championship in a championship game against Woodcliff Lake.

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