GLEN ROCK BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION
History of the Glen Rock Little League
The Glen Rock Little League first began in 1955 with a single baseball league comprised of six teams. Thirteen years later in 1968 the organization was incorporated, having 5 trustees. Today the Glen Rock Little League has 7 officers and 10 members-at-large for a total of 17 voting members.
Through the years, the Glen Rock Little League has continued to grow. In 1970, the softball program was added; in 2002 the PeeWee Baseball league was separated into the 1st grade and 2nd grade leagues, and night games for the Senior league were scheduled under the lights at the Upper Faber field. In 2004, the softball program created the “TeeWee” league by combining Kindergarten and 1st graders. In fact, the Glen Rock Little League Tee Ball and TeeWee leagues are the most popular of the programs! Today, the Tee Wee Program is split into two leagues. Tee Wee K and Tee Wee 1st.
Today the Glen Rock Little League is comprised of 11 Recreational programs with 6 baseball leagues and 5 softball leagues, with enrollment over 750 children, 5 through 14 years of age.
In addition, the Glen Rock Little League sponsors Travel programs in the Spring, Summer and Fall. The Travel Programs are much more competitive, in which Glen Rock Little League teams compete against teams from other towns. The Glen Rock Little League Travel programs support teams in age categories from 8 to 17 years of age.
In 2013, the name of the organization was officially changed to the Glen Rock Baseball & Softball Association, or GRBSA.
In 2018 the GRBSA decided to join Little League International and officially changed the name to Glen Rock Little League.