Little League Baseball Issues Spill into Logan Meeting
Logan Township supervisors have directed their police chief to report a threat made against a little league baseball player to Children and Youth Services.
Ongoing disagreements and infighting among several coaches and league officers spilled into the supervisor’s meeting Thursday. Those in attendance told the board that an adult threatened to break a 12-year-old player’s legs following a “play gone wrong”.
Township police have been called to the baseball field at least three times this season to diffuse altercations among the adults. The township owns the playing fields, but the supervisors say they have no control over how the league operates. However, Supervisor Joe Metzger made it known that he and his fellow board members aren’t too happy with what’s going on.
Township solicitor Larry Clapper recommended that the league create and adopt a youth protection policy.
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