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Congratulations to the 2023 All Star Players!


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Alec Frazier

AJ Blakley

Aiden Garavelli

Adam Coffey

Asher McIntyre

Aiden Blais

Austin Defilippi

Caleb Edick

Alex Crowley

Aiden Vitkus

Carson Dorazio

Benjamin Ramoska

Carter Sloan

Cameron Pavone

Ian Breen

Caden Edick

David Kaiser

Cameron Glasser

Chris Cheng

Carter LaBombard

Jack Garavelli

Camden Hufland

Jacob Vazquez

Charlie Cruz

Evan Graves

Dimitri Stolis

Jacob Knupp

Carter Apollo-Weigel

Jacoby Fuschino

Holden Venneman

Grayson Galusha

Evan Dimaina

Joey Flood

Daniel Huchins

Kori Vice

Jasper Hass

Greg Barrows

Greyson Miclette

Kenzo Cheng

Lucas Watson

Logan Weatherwax

Jaxon Cruz

Jack Hunzinger

Jacob Weatherwax

Liam Foley

Max Barrows

Mason Pavone

Landon Kulzer

Landon Passineau

Joseph Warren

Mark LaMorta

Micah Bruno

Michael Sullenger

Logan Blais

Mason Marinucci

Josiah Wells

Maxwell Marinucci

Noah Wells

Richard Romand

Marcus Munks

Tristan Murphy

Linc Weissenburger

Owen Barrett

Rocco Melino

Roman Goldstein

Mason Labombard


Patrick Burns


Rowan Kelly

Ryan Romano

Matthew Leach


Trevor Hart


Vito Dunn

Solomon Faseun

Maverick Harrison





Tyson Defilippi

Trip Ferraro







Ellen Braun

TJ Blakley

Chris Cheng

Dave Coffey

Tim Fort

Ryan Leach







Geoff Frazier

Matt Pavone

Brad Breen

Beau Barrows

Scott McIntyre

Kevin Kulzer


Derek Dimaina

Rich Barrett

Dorian Wells

David Hobson

Kevin Glasser



TJ Foley


Scott Weatherwax

Dan Ferraro

In addition to a robust Recreational Little League Program, Colonie offers more competitive baseball for those who are interested. Colonie All Stars and Colonie Travel are teams created through tryouts, and at an additional cost, that provide the select group of kids with
competitive baseball games in the Capital Region and beyond. 

Travel Baseball

Colonie Little League offers Travel Baseball for 7U through 12U during the Fall and Spring Seasons.

Rules and Age Cut Off:

Colonie Travel participates in the Empire State Baseball League (ESBL), which follows Cal Ripken Rules instead of Little League Rules. This means game rules may differ from Rec Game rules.  While the age cut off for Cal Ripken is based on May 1st, teams are usually formed based on the Little League cut off of August 31st.  Some exceptions may apply and will be considered during the tryout process.  All tryouts for Travel Teams are posted on the Colonie Little League website and Facebook page.


Tryouts for travel teams are typically held in September, with practices starting in January or February of the following year.  Games are held on Fridays and/or Sundays which does not conflict with Little League Recreation games. There are two separate seasons

Spring (April-June) Players must participate on a Colonie Little League Rec Team during the Spring season.

Fall (September-October) Players are not required to participate on a Colonie Little League Rec team during the Fall season

While commitment to a team is typically for a full year, it is understood that a child may choose to participate in an alternate fall sport.  When this occurs, teams might have openings in the fall for additional players.  Tryouts to fill these spots occur in August.

During home games, families are required to volunteer at the concession during their child's game on a rotating schedule with other player families. This helps to cover operating costs that incur during a game.

The cost to be on the team is determined by the team manager and varies by team. Fundraising may be done prior to or during the season to offset the costs. 


All Stars

Colonie Little League has a long history of being Sectional and State Champions! Colonie Little League holds tryouts to select players for 7u through 12u to participate in the All Star teams.

How long is the season?

Try outs are held in May for the All Star teams. Once selected, players typically have practice during the month of June to prepare for competition.  Fundraising opportunities are often coordinated to offset the cost to join the team. District competition begins the last week of June and often goes until the middle of July. All teams will have their highest level of competition around the middle of July, which concludes their season. The only exception is 12U, which if the team wins states, they have the opportunity to continue onto Regionals and possibly the World Series. 

Colonie Little League Road to the World Series:

District: 14 Albany and Rensselaer County (final level of competition for 7U, 8U and 9U)
Section: 2 South
State: NY (final level of competition for 10U and 11U)
Region: Metro (CT, NJ, NY, RI)

12u Teams that win the regional tournament are then invited to participate in the World Series playoffs. 




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