LEAGUE BOUNDARIES - One of the key differences that sets Little League apart from many other youth organizations is our boundary regulations, which are specifically designed to maintain that community, hometown spirit and allow children to play with their friends and classmates.
There are three options for where Little Leaguers can play.
1) Children whose primary residence is within the local league’s boundary can play for that hometown league.
2) Children can play for the league where their school is located.
3) Children from divided homes can play in the league where either parent resides; however, they may only play in one league.
You can play for Anchorage West if your residence or your school is in our League Boundary.