I thought we ditched the point system and were going to hand out awards at the end of the year for best war story, best photo, best mod, etc. The trouble is, like marauder said, aside from the big wars, this community wasn't really that active this year. In 2011 there were many people participating, then 2012 saw a drop in activity, and this year it's been pretty much nobody but war attendees participating. I'm sure that others have fought, but why bother submitting a battle report if it was just a half-hour long soakfest? Maybe some would, but not many. I don't usually write reports for my small battles because there isn't much to say. I doubt many would want to read about 15-minute 2v1 or FFA 1HK games anyway. They usually go something like: stalk around for a few minutes, find the enemy, then fight until somebody dies. They're fun, but not particularly exciting to write/read about. I suspect it's the same deal with others.
In my opinion, the community is too small to support a League like we want. We can still do it, but I think we should forget about prizes for now, because we (meaning the mod team/regulars) would pretty much just be giving them to ourselves.