Drost Park Khoury League of Maryville, Illinois
 
 
         Welcome to the Official Drost Park Khoury League Webpage. This webpage is
being posted to be a communications source for all athletes, parents, managers, sponsors and other followers of the game. Currently this webpage will provide contact information, location and directions of Drost Park. We will also provide other important dates and information that may be of interest, about the Khoury League.


Pictures Courtesy of Sue Rudman


Registration Information


Congratulations to the DPKL teams that won medals in the
2013 National Tournament!!


Pixie II – Manager Beth Owens – Wang Gang – Silver Medal – Class A


Chic – Manager Mark Parker – Parker Law P.C. – Gold Medal – Class A


Atom I – Manager Dana LeVasseur – Black Lane Auto Parts – Silver Medal – Class A


Bantam II – Manager Dana LeVasseur – Bob's Pool Service – Gold Medal – Class B


Midget I – Manager Paul Falbe – Kurt D. James, D.D.S. – Silver Medal – Class B


Congratulations to the DPKL teams that won medals in the
2013 Dupo Father's Day Tournament!!


Bantam 1 – Manager John McNamara – Coldwell Banker Brown – First Place


Congratulations to the DPKL teams that won medals in the
2013 Belleville Slugfest!!


Atom 2 – Manager Eric Parrill – American Legion Post 917 – First Place


Atom 2 – Manager Mike Luchetti – Maryville Fire Dept. – Consolation Champs
Front Row: Phillip Baker, Jason Galinski, Cameron Donaldson, Dylan Meek, Darren Luchetti, Tyler Staley
Back Row: Coach Kurt Blixt, Leighton Goodall, Jake Scheipeter, Buddy Blixt, Brent Ledbetter, Coach Mike Luchetti
Not Pictured: Nathan Portell, Devin George


Bantam 1 – Manager John McNamara – Coldwell Banker Brown – First Place


Juvenile 1 – Manager Rod Haffer – Maryville Hurricanes – First Place


Congratulations to the 2014 Fundraiser Winners!!

       
Owen Kolesa  
$1,497.50
Rileigh Hayes
$1,183.50
Aiden Niebling
$676.50
XBox One Winner to be announced on pickup day March 7th 6:00pm at Drost Park Concession Stand

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