On Sunday, September 13, 2015, we all suffered the sudden passing of Tyler Wentz at the age of 17. At Tuckahoe Little League, we will always remember Tyler as a player, a volunteer, a youth umpire, and a coach. More importantly, we will always remember his generosity. The Wentz family (Trey, Michelle, and Emily) along with friends are honoring his lasting memory to the TLL and the Godwin High School community by establishing a scholarship fund in his name. The goal of this fund is to grant 2 scholarships each year. Read More about Tyler here.
Please help us by coming out to celebrate Tyler's 18th birthday (how fitting!) with us by participating in the First Annual Tyler Wentz Memorial Golf Tournament Scholarship fundraiser! In keeping up with Tyler’s drive, spirit, and passion, our goal is to raise money for 2 scholarships (more info to come). ALL proceeds made at this event will help us carry on Tyler's memory and fund those scholarships for years to come.
We would love to see you out on the green, October 23rd, 2016. The day promises fun, laughter, food, prizes, and cake. Yum! For more information and to sign up, continue down the page to learn more. Want to play but don’t have any clubs? No problem, the course has club rentals.
Don't play golf, but still want to help? We need you! Scroll down the page to learn about sponsorship opportunities, or purchase some raffle tickets by entering your email address below and we will instantly email you with raffle entry information. We accept cash, check or credit card (via PayPal). The raffle will take place at the end of the tournament and YOU DON'T NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN! The raffle includes restaurant gift certificates and other great prizes. Grand Prizes are a set of TaylorMade Irons and a Yeti Cooler!Download the Sign-Up Flyer
Returning Player Registration for Fall 2016
Baseball and Softball is CLOSED!
If there are roster positions still available, we will update this article.
We are very pleased to share this announcement from Little League:
At the fall 2015 meeting of the Little League International Board of Directors, it was approved to grandfather the four months of children born between May 1 and August 31, 2005, for the 2018 season, so that no child will lose their 12-year-old season of Little League Baseball.