well, you could either mix and match heads from previous dbz figures. like say an Irwin goku and an Irwin vegeta (end result being an armored goku). or you can find sculpey from local art stores and customize your own.
Pep rallies and making and putting up signs around your school.
The Carolina Fever club in the Triangle area (Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill) is just a few years old but growing fast. Founded by the coach of the women's lacrosse team at UNC, several former Carolina players are part of the coaching staff, and several Fever players have gone on to play on varsity programs in college.
you have to hold the wii remote up..... the black sensor should be facing up and the B button should be facing toward you. It is really hard to throw so do get mad if you can't throw it sometimes. It is really nasty.
65 - 80 mph. This can vary alot. You could have the next Roger Clemens or the next Bill Gates throwing. In general 65 - 80 mph. would be about it.
There are many different fonts used for different teams. There is no standardised font for numbers or names.
However, there are examples of fonts in the "Related Links" section
Go to the Little League website (search google). You can order them there. They are $10 with shipping.
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in 1975 as an 11 year old boy I ran 1500 metres in 5 mins 7.5 seconds (against 12 year old boys).
This record still stands.
In 1980 my brother, ( Joseph Cromer ) as a 10 year old, ran at Crystal Palace in an under 11 1500 metres, and won with a time of 5 minutes 6 seconds, the race was run as 2 heats, no final, best time wins!! The other lad who won the 1st heat ran 5m.07s.
I was champion of our county at the time with a worse time, and 3 years older ;-)
There is not a standard distance for the 3 point line because the court size is not mandated, Many times, they play on half of a regulation sized court, so in these cases, the 3 point line would be approximately half the distance as in regulation basketball.
From base to base, each path in Little League Baseball is 60 feet long, which is 30 feet less than that of Major League Baseball. There is a total of 360 feet of pathways around the baseball diamond in Little League Baseball.
If the measure of ease of hitting a fastball were how long the batter sees it, then the calculation would be straightforward. Dividing the major league distance to the mound, 60.5 ft, by the little league distance, 46 ft, gives approximately 1.3152. Multiplying 40 mph by 1.3152 gives 52.6 mph, which a major league batter should easily hit. Multiplying 50 mph by 1.3152 gives 65.76 mph, which a major league batter should also easily hit if it is a fastball. A 90 mph fastball, which is somewhat challenging to a major league batter, would be equivalent to 90 mph divided by 1.3152 = a 68.43 mph fastball in little league, which is not expected. Since one mile is 5280 ft and one hour is 3600 seconds, a speed in miles per hour can be converted to feet per second by multiplying by 5280 ft / 3600 sec = 1.467 ft/sec = 1 mph. So the 40 mph little league pitch and the 52.6 mph major league pitch each give the batter a 46 ft / 58.67 ft/sec = 0.784 sec look. The 50 mph little league pitch (if there is one) and the 65.76 mph major league pitch each give the batter a 46 ft / 73.35 ft/sec = 0.627 sec look. The 90 mph major league fastball gives the batter a 60.5 ft / 118.36 ft/sec = 0.511 sec look. However, even this interval is much longer than the typical 0.1 sec human reaction time. Perhaps a batter needs about half a second to swing. It is possible though difficult to hit a curve ball or sinker. The measure of difficulty for that might be the distance the ball travels in the last 0.5 sec, and that doesn’t depend on the distance to the mound if the speed is measured near the plate. It just depends on the speed, which is easier to achieve if the mound is near the plate, and on the curve radius. So converting pitch speed by length of look probably over-corrects, especially if the fastball has some spin. Perhaps the mean of actual and converted speeds would be a better estimate of major league equivalents for little league pitches.
7 1/2 inches (in diamiter) for my AAA little game ball
i don't know but my son is 13 and ran it in 11sec in his first track meet in lake havasu AZ he goes to mohave valley middle school in fort mohave AZ
wow. that's a good time. im 14 and in 8th grade and i ran the 100 meter in 11.1 seconds. im about the fastest kid of my age group in Ohio. so he has a realy good time.
That's cool, I'm James dawes and I'm 11 and i can run the 100 in 12.53secs.
The best I've seen is 10.51 which was an eighth grader.
Some of the best club lacrosse teams in Maryland for girls are: TLC, M&D, Rome, Skywalkers, and Check hers elite
Some of the best boys teams are, Greene Turtle, Looneys, and The crabs.
I would also add for the girls, Integrity, MULC, SPLax and CCLax in Anne Arundel County.
Personally, I run my first lap a little easier, and start my kick with about 300 meters to go. When I was in 8th grade (I'm a girl) I could run mine in around 2:30ish. My coaches always told me that i went out too slow, so i would recommend not sprinting at the beginning, but running fairly hard.
In my league (Sierra Youth Football & Cheer):
Mighty Mites: pee wee size football
Jr Pee Wee: junior size football
Pee Wee: junior size football
Jr Midget: youth size football
Midget: youth size football
my is 2:55 and i'm not joking
Brothers and sisters have been wrestling for years. Just play fair!!
Also, be careful and make sure everyone knows the rules beforehand. It might not be a good idea if one sibling is a lot older or a lot taller or bigger, since the younger or smaller sibling could be hurt. I would discuss it with your parents, and remember, never try to force a sibling to play with you. Let them choose.
15 Feet from Backboard and 13 Feet from Rim
Yes. As of now, the only "illegal" little league bats are the combat b1 and b2 due to their all composite structure.
From homeplate to the pitchers mound is 40ft.