The Montgomery County Little Junior All-Stars, which are the 12-14 year-olds, ended their run in the Maryland State Little League Tournament on with a record of 2-2. After winning the District 2 tournament earlier this month, the MoCo Junior All-Stars were off to the state tourney, which began last Saturday in Waldorf. The 12-14 year-olds from Montgomery County dropped the opening game of the double-elimination tournament to Maugansville, the District 1 champ, 9-4, on Saturda
It took an extra game, but the boys from Montgomery County Little League were able to defeat Brunswick Little League this weekend to win the District 2 Little League Title. The win propels them to play in the Maryland State Little League 11/12 Tournament to be held in Easton next week. MCLL wanted to win the District 2 championship at home on Friday night versus Brunswick Little, but it was not to be. The MoCos ran into a buzzsaw on the mound in the form of Adam Watkins from
The District 2 Little League Tournament of Champions final game pitted the Brunswick Reds, from Brunswick Railroaders Little League, against the Red Sox of Montgomery County Little League. Two teams which had very different winning styles coming into the final on Tuesday night at South Germantown Park. The Red Sox had been playing close games. They in the opening round of the tournament they beat Thurmont Little League Nationals 10-6 on Sunday in Thurmont, Md. In the semifina
By Kevin O’Rourke All that snow on your lawn and piling up on sidewalks, well it is also on all the baseball and soccer fields in Montgomery County, and as a result Montgomery Parks has delayed the opening of those fields for almost three weeks. “The opening of all Montgomery Parks’ park and elementary/middle school athletic fields (excluding synthetic turf fields) will be delayed from the original opening date of March 15 until April 1 at the earliest, due to this year’s ext
Germantown-based Montgomery County Little League will close online registration for Spring baseball and softball on Saturday, Feb. 28. This Spring MCLL will be fielding teams from Tee-ball (Ages 4-6) up through Juniors (ages 13-15) as well as softball for girls in U8 and 9-12 divisions. Registrations can be done online at http://www.mclittleleague.org or in person on Saturday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Germantown Community Center at 18905 Kingsview Road, (the corner of Cl
By Kevin O’Rourke While everyone is watching Little Leaguers from all over the world compete in the Little League World series in Williamsport, Penn., a team from Germantown had a pretty successful run through a Little League tournament earlier this summer. The 10/11 year old team from Germantown-based Montgomery County Little League (MCLL) won the Maryland District 2 tournament this year. Although, these players are a year younger than the kids playing in Williamsport, their
Germantown-based Montgomery County Little League will close online registration for Fall baseball and softball this Saturday, Aug. 9. This Fall MCLL will be fielding teams from Tee-ball (Ages 4-6) up through Juniors (ages 13-15) as well as softball for girls in U8 and 9-12 divisions. Registrations can be done online at the MCLL Website. The league will also hold and in-person registration on Saturday from 10:00 am to noon at the Germantown Community Center at 18905 Kingsview
Germantown Pulse has stopped production
of original content for this website,
as of Aug. 1, 2019.
Germantown Pulse continues to provide news and information from other local source through links on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Thank you to our loyal readers and advertisers for a wonderful and fulfilling five years.
Breaking News via Twitter
Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media
for up to the minute updates on news.