Posted May 1, 2015

The Western Tournament Teams provide an opportunity for Western Duluth Little League baseball players to experience a significantly higher level of play within the regional Little League system. Players will have a significantly higher level of commitment and will receive a higher level of instruction to compete against other Tournament Teams.

Each year, we have the option to form Tournament Teams in the following divisions...

~Little League (Little League Ages 10-12)

~9-11 Year-Old Division

~8-10 Year-Old Division

~9U Tournament Team (Will Not Participate In The MN District III Tournament)

Tournament Team practices will begin shortly after the teams are announced. They usually run about two hours and can be up to three or four days a week through July.  Each coaching staff will determine practice and additional game schedules.

The Tournament Team tournaments will begin almost immediately after the teams are selected in order to prepare for the competition of Districts/State. The Western Tournament Team season typically consists of  four to six tournaments (including Districts) that run through the month of July.  District play typically starts the week after July 4.  If a team were to win the District Tournament, the team would then move on to the State Tournament (typically late July). The older teams also have Regional and World Series tournaments that take place in August.


June 1-3, 2018: Roger Peterson Baseball Tournament, Western Duluth Little League

June 22-24, 2018: Proctor Baseball Classic, Proctor Little League

District Tournament: Begins July 8

July 27-29, 2018: Superior Last Chance Tournament, Superior Youth Organization (11 & 12 Year-Old Teams) & Carlton Daze Tournament, Carlton/Barnum Little League (10 Year-Old & 9U Teams)

August 3-5, 2018: Art Von Tournament, Lake Park Little League

Questions regarding the Tournament Team season or evaluation process may be directed to vp@westernduluthlittleleague.org.

Posted Sep 17, 2017

In order for a player to qualify for a Western District Tournament Team, he/she must either live or attend school within Western's geographical boundary or obtain a waiver stating the player has moved out of our boundary. To view our boundary map, please click here.

Additionally, parents must provide proof of residency and their player's birth certificate. More information regarding the District paperwork requirements will be communicated to those players selected for the District Tournament teams.

Any questions regarding District Tournament paperwork may be directed to WDLL Information Officer Matt Peterson.