Weston Little League Coach Needs Your Help

Seve Esposito is one of five finalists in a national competition to name America's most outstanding Little League coach.

A member of the Little League's Board of Directors and coach who's dedicated his time to Weston's youngsters over the years needs your help.

Seve Esposito was recently named one of five finalists in the HHonors Outstanding Coach Contest. According to the contest, "these coaches truly exemplify the Little League® Baseball and Softball mission of promoting discipline, character, fair play, and teamwork both on and off the field."

In order to win the contest, Esposito needs your help. The contest will be judged by Facebook comments (which can be made here) as well as how many nominations they receive. Comments should "communicate the nominated coach’s dedication to being a leader and serving youth, joy and excitement in participation, and ability to instill sportsmanship in their players."

"As a fellow Weston Little League Board Member I can tell you he brings a lot to the table," said Jodi Sacchetta. "As a parent of a player on his team, I can tell you he is an amazing coach; he knows how to bring out the best in his players. This is a well-deserved nomination and we all hope he wins."

Comments must be received by Monday, July 23 at 11:59 p.m. PST in order to count. The Outstanding Coach winner will be announced on August 21. 

Michele Burris July 18, 2012 at 09:56 PM
Coach Esposito is fantastic, he should absolutely get this award. My son has thoroughly enjoyed having him as a coach and he has learned so much from him. Coach Seve truly brings out the best in each kid, recognizes where they need to work, praises them for their accomplishments and challenges them to improve. He is an outstanding coach and a terrific person, loved by his players and their families!
Pat D July 19, 2012 at 07:26 PM
Coach Seve was my first travel hockey coach for team Doritos. We had a great time and coach Seve brought out the best in the team. I have enjoyed playing for him as he gets it, he get down to our level and makes it fun, Win or Lose. It was a great pleasure to play for coach and he helped me keep my love of hockey. E #9
Salvatore Acerba July 25, 2012 at 12:11 AM
Coach Esposito is an inspiration not only on the field, but off as well. He instills the basic but important values in the children that builds their character for the rest of their lives. He also off the field teaches them the values of history, as he preaches the old ways of baseball, and the history of the Bronx baseball traditions. His kids get the best of both worlds training and education, which makes true adults in the future......and this is what it's all about.
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