Little Leaguers of Kenosha

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Welcome to

Little Leaguers Of Kenosha

Tournament Team Districts

2024 District 6 Champions

2024 League Champions

9/10 – Carpets Plus
11/12 – Limbach Chiropractic
7/8 – Firehouse Carpet Cleaning

‘Just Say No To Drugs’ Championship Games

9/10 champion – Carpets Plus
11/12 champion – Madrigrano, Aiello, & Santarelli

MLB's Hit, Pitch, & Run

Thank you to everyone who participated and congratulations to the winners!

7/8
1st – C. Vitkus – 650
2nd – H. Manthei – 615
3rd – O. Bohlman – 615
 
9/10
1st – S. Haberski – 820
2nd – W. Manthei – 765
3rd – G. Stockdale – 715
 
11/12
1st – M. Konecko – 1120
2nd – T. Pfeffer – 965
3rd – G. Pulda – 955

 

 

It is with great sadness that the Little Leaguers of Kenosha lost a legend and a terrific human being to cancer on Wednesday, December 21st, Ron Rasch. Ron started with the Little League program as an assistant coach in the 9/10 year-old league with Burger King in 1993. He began his 27 year managerial career with the Lendman/Michler 11/12 year-old team, from 1994-1999. In 2000, Ron became the manager of Lee Plumbing until he retired in 2021.

 

Following his managerial career, Ron joined the Little Leaguers of Kenosha Board in 2000, where he served until the very end.

 

Ron loved the program and was extremely passionate about teaching kids the game of baseball. A gentle and caring individual will be missed by his family, the Little Leaguers of Kenosha program, and the thousands of athletes and parents who were part of his baseball family. 

A third turf field has been completed at Dr. James L. Santarelli Sports Complex!
Thank you to all the generous donors who made this possible.

Donations are still being accepted to raise funds to turf our fourth field.
This would eliminate rainouts and field maintenance. 
Donations can be made by Venmo or check.
Checks can be mailed to 1804-89th Place Kenosha, WI 53143. 

Thank you for supporting the youth of Kenosha!