Minor Ball, SESBL-Legends, Slopitch


Minor Ball

Our current membership for Minor Ball includes:
Softball 41, Baseball 58 ,Total Membership 99 players and over 27 volunteer coaches, managers, canteen coordinators.

It is our mission to initiate, promote and organize the sport of minor ball in Langenburg and district in order that youth may develop physically, socially and mentally. As well as promote leadership and sportsmanship among the participants by demonstrating these qualities to the participants. Langenburg Ball hosts several events including: Provincials, Playoffs and Minor Ball Days. Hosting large events does not come easy and Minor Ball is always looking for new volunteers to lend a hand!

Contact:
E: langenburgminorball@gmail.com


Slopitch

The Langenburg Slopitch league boasts that they house 6 full teams of locals to create a community league.The league plays Friday nights in May and June. The atmosphere is light, fun and a good way to unwind before heading into the weekend. It has created a social gathering for adults and a great way for people to stay active in the spring! Anyone is welcome to join in the fun! If you do not have a team, give the Rec Director a call. All teams welcome having extra players!
  
Contact:
Recreation Director
P: (306) 743-5176
E: recreation@langenburg.ca

 


SESBL- Langenburg Legends

Playing together for 7 years the Langenburg Legends have had some successful ball seasons. 
 
Contact:
E: thorpe7@gmail.com

 

History of Langenburg Ball 

In September of 1991 an official Constitution and Bylaw was adopted for Minor Athletics to set a foundation going forward for Minor sports. It was at this time Minor Athletics was an organization for all Minor Sports. Since then each organization has separated and created their own identity. How ever the sport of Baseball/Softball has been played in Langenburg for a much longer time. According to the published book "Walk Back Through Time- A history of Langenburg & District , A Celebrate Saskatchewan Project" baseball was casually played through pick up games and teams formed to enter into Sports Days dating back as early as 1915. These events were held any day of the week and aloud teams to enter several sports days per week! Most events ended with a "Monster Dance" party. Today we celebrate Sports Days on the first Saturday of June where teams in the District gather for a tournament.Langenburg has had several different teams come and go. Some of the team names included the "Hohenlohe Hornets,"  "Langenburg Dusters," "Langenburg Indians," With todays Senior Team being called " The Langenburg Legends."