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At the American Legion Post # 16
295 Bridgeport Ave. Shelton CT 06484
Behind the Wiffle Ball factory 
Jim Halligan Jr.- President 303 732-5952
John Knepple III.- Sect. 203 888-8838
Bill Choser.- Statistcian
Contact Jim Halligan Sr.-Vice President 203 735-1394

" Construction was completed prior to the 2007 season start. Three new courts were completed making fifteen courts surrounded by a page fence. The new pavillion provided shade for spectators and a place to eat your burger or hot dog. The covered porch has several tables and chairs and provides a view of all the courts. Legion volunteers cook hamburgs and hot dogs and serve beverages at club prices during league matches and tournaments. New lights have been installed to provide great lighting for night matches. The Valley HS League has 17 teams and plays Monday and Wednesday nights for twenty two weeks followed by an outing in early October"

Valley League results
{short description of image} The Valley HS League has just installed 3 new courts in Shelton. Concrete was poured last week and the runways will be paved with asphalt when the ground dries out. A steel pavilion is in the works, having received approval from the city.
The AThe American Legion Post #16 has enclosed their patio. Also planned is new 4 foot high page fence to replace the old fence which was made from phone poles. The new courts were necessitated because our former site at Masters Restaurant on Rt 110 (Shelton) has been sold and we were told to remove our belongings (lights, backboards, stakes, etc.). The club has played at Masters (formerly Esther's) for over 30 years, starting with three courts and expanding to six courts with paved runways and lights. {short description of image} pics.
{short description of image}h With the loss of the Masters venue, the Valley Club has revised its playing schedule from two sessions on Monday night to one session each on Monday and Wednesday utilizing the fifteen courts.
The Valley HS League has eighteen teams and a total of more than 150 members making it the largest single league in the USA (according to NHPA). The league uses handicap doubles format. with each team playing 5 20-shoe games games per night on 3 courts (total of 15). {short description of image}
{short description of image} League start-up date is April 24 and plays a 22 night schedule. Dues are $50.00 per year plus CT HPA sanction fee ($15.00). Sanction fees are collected by the league and submitted to CT HPA secretary.
The Valley HS Lg hosts 2 sanctioned tournaments yearly: the "VHL Fall Open", October 7 & 8 and the "VHL Summer Tournament" which is a closed tournament held August 20. Closed tournament winners and runners up will compete in a single elimination tournament for "King of the Hill" honors at the club outing on October 1. Jed Manion is the current league president. Notable past presidents include Jim Halligan, Bill Choser, and Bill Miskella. {short description of image}
Map to Valley Horseshoe League