Howell South Little League

PO Box 754
Farmingdale, NJ 07727

2015 Minor Division Champion Red Sox

MANAGER - John Mihovch
Coach - Mike Kortenhaus
Coach - Jack Zito
Coach - John Mihovch Sr

2015 Major Division Champion Pirates

MANAGER - Rob Talbot
Coach - Vinny Murphy
Coach - Pete Morro
Coach - Chris Pierce

2015 Jr. Division Champion HSLL Rangers

MANAGER - Gary Marmer
Coach - Scott Laurence
Coach - Steve Friedeman
Coach - John Askin
Coach - Mike Acampora

2015 9u All Stars

MANAGER - Bill Shanahan
Coach - BJ Thomas
Coach - Rob Walsh
Coach - John Askin

2015 10u All Stars

MANAGER - Bob Cleffi
Coach - Luis Vieira
Coach - Carl Vella
Coach - Mike Bilello

2015 11u All Stars

MANAGER - Bob Hough
Coach - Bob Jenkins
Coach - Greg Gallo
Coach - Pete Morro

2015 12u All Stars

MANAGER - Sal Cassone
Coach - Sanj Dave
Coach - Rob Talbot

2015 14u All Stars

MANAGER - Randy Watson
Coach - John Askin
Coach - Pete Canal

2012 14u NJ State Champions

MANAGER - Jeff Steel
Coach - Rob Fey
Coach - John Quinlin
Coach - Jeff Preston

The Howell South Little League Snack Stand Volunteer Registration site (Volunteer Spot) is now open. If you have not paid a volunteer waiver fee ($60 at registration), please sign up for snack stand duty using the following link: and select a 4-hour time slot. If you have any questions, please contact us at

Howell Elks #2515 Batters-Up (Home Run Derby)
Saturday, June 11th, 2016. (Rain Date Saturday, June 18th, 2016)
Registration starts at 3:30 PM, Event starts at 4:00 PM.
Wooden or aluminum bats are permitted.
Age Categories:
Girls (Softball only) – ages 5-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15
Boys (Baseball only) – ages 5-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15
Winners of each age group will receive a t-shirt and advance to the New Jersey Southeast District competition, which will also be held at Howell South Little League (Date TBA).
Please contact John Ventolo, Youth Activities Chairperson, at 732-581-8230 for any questions.

Big League Talent is Back!!

The instructors from Big League Talent are returning this spring to HSLL for another round of baseball clinics for players looking to improve their skills. This is an opportunity to obtain professional training at an affordable price. The dates for the 6-week program are Sundays: April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 15, and 22. The clinics will be held at the HSLL fields and are 1 hour in duration (5 to 6 pm). The cost to attend all 6 clinics is just $85 (available to pay at checkout during the Spring registration), or you may pay $20 per session. Players between the ages of 5 and 12 are welcome to attend; players will be grouped by age and skill level. For more information about Big League Talent, please visit their website at


Little League Age Change

Please be Advised that Little League has changed the age requirements starting with the 2016 spring season.  Please click on the below link to review the Little League Age Change Summary.

Little League Age Change Summary

Approved Bats

In 2011, Little League International instituted Rule 1.10 which placed a moratorium on baseball bats that include composite material in the barrel. Some specific models of bats have received waivers of the moratorium.

Any bat simply must:

  1. Meet the specifications of this rule
  2. Not be currently subject to the moratorium referenced in the first paragraph above.

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Volunteer Information

All families are required to fulfill a volunteer obligation in the Howell South Little League snack stand. The service required is on a per family basis regardless of how many participants are registered. The volunteer service can only be performed by a member of the family that is over the age of 18…….

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Complex Information

Howell South Little League field is a NO SMOKING complex. We are trying to promote a healthy environment for our children, therefore smoking will not be permitted beyond the snack stand. If you must smoke while at the fields, please do so on the parking lot side of the snack stand. Please refrain from parking on the grassy areas behind the Minor and Junior fields at our complex in Deerfield Park. It is a safety hazard to the children who play in the park and there is always the danger of a batted ball hitting a car…..

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