2021 Thunder and In-House Sponsorship Opportunities Now Available

Are you looking for a great way to promote your local business? Or perhaps your employer would be interested in supporting our program or your team?  We are pleased to…

Spring 2021 In-House Registration is now OPEN! Early Bird Discount Extended to January 20th!

Spring In-House Youth Baseball and Softball registration is now open! Click here for 2021 In-House Registration Lake in the Hills Youth Athletics (LITHYAA) is excited to bring you baseball and…

Interested in Travel Baseball? 11U Thunder is looking for players!

Do you have an 11 year old that is looking to either move up to Travel or consider moving to Thunder from another program?  We have open positions on our…

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Lake In The Hills Youth Athletic Association and Thunder Travel Program

McHenry County's premier in-house and travel baseball and softball program for boys and girls ages 5-18 years old

Without question, LITHYAA is one of the most recognized and respected in-house and travel baseball and softball programs in the McHenry County area. We welcome everyone regardless of residency, school district, ability or financial means.

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IN-HOUSE BASEBALL

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IN-HOUSE SOFTBALL

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Thunder Travel Baseball

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Lightning All-Star Baseball

Our Story

The Lake in the Hills Youth Athletic Association (LITHYAA) is a community-based youth sports organization offering 5 to 18 year-olds an opportunity to learn and play baseball or softball. Founded in 1952 as Lake in the Hills Baseball, this volunteer organization continues to offer an outlet for kids and parents from Lake in the Hills, Huntley, Crystal Lake, Algonquin, and beyond to develop athletic skills, socialize with their peers and have some fun at the ballpark.

LITHYAA GIVES BACK

Brian Krueger Memorial Tournament July 7th - 11th, 2021

Each year the Lake in the Hills Youth Athletic Association holds a tournament to celebrate the life of Brian Krueger and to raise awareness of pediatric brain cancer. Fifty percent of the profits from this tournament are donated to organizations like the Midwest Children's Brain Tumor Center to support the patients and families battling pediatric brain cancer.

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