About UsUpdated Sunday August 20, 2017 by Spring Hill Little League.
Little League Baseball was formed in 1938 in Williamsport, PA. It was started as a wholesome youth baseball program to teach children sportsmanship, fairplay, and teamwork. From it's humble beginnings, Little League has now become the worlds largest organized youth sports program. Since it's start, Little League has grown from 3 teams to nearly 200,000 teams in all 50 states and more than 100 countries.
Maury County Little League was the original entity for the entire county. Eventually, population growth prompted the subdivision of the area into three different leagues. Spring Hill Little League was formed in 1988 and held their first games at the old Lions Club fields which are now Pete Boyd Park. Through the efforts of the city of Spring Hill, the Maury County School Board, and other volunteers, we started play at our own Spring Hill Little League Park in the spring of 2002.
Additional plans to build a new complex of fields are in the works currently. Complex plans/design, groundbreaking and completion date, and overall number of fields have yet to be decided, but this will be a very big undertaking for the league and the community. We are looking forward to having new fields to play on by 2020. Check back in for updates.