Conejo Valley Little League is a chartered member of Little League Baseball. The league boundaries, described below, define a portion of Little League District 13, a Ventura County area that includes 9 leagues. Since 1963 CVLL has been a youth sports resource for boys and girls aged from 4 to 18 years. The league has eight age-grouped divisions plus a Challenger Division for mentally and physically handicapped players. In all, a typical Spring season will include about 450 players and 100 volunteers. Practices begin in February and the playing season runs from early March to mid June. A Fall Ball season runs from September through November.
Conejo Valley Little League produced the United States Champions in the 2004 Little League World Series (see their record here). A few of those same players were part of our team that won the 2010 United States Big League Championship for players of age 18 and under (see their record here).
CVLL hosts two major tournaments at the end of every spring season. Since 2003 the “Earl Stone Classic” has been a standard for Ventura and Los Angeles County all star teams in two divisions: ages 7u and 9u. The tournament was named for Mr. Stone who was instrumental in the development of youth baseball in Ventura County, having served the sport for 50 years, 25 as a member of the District 13 staff.
The Board of Directors manages the operations and property of the league. Board members are elected for one-year terms by the general membership of CVLL, including parents, managers, coaches and volunteer umpires. The Board meets about once a month. The meeting schedules may be found in the General Events calendar.
Conejo Valley Little League is a non-profit organization with tax ID number 23-7434326.