Youth sports roundup for the start of the new year
Friday, January 18th, 2013
Issue 03, Volume 17.
The Southern California chapter of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) will be holding its next local tournament, the Winter Showdown, on Feb. 23 and 24. Games will be played at the Patricia Birdsall sports park in Temecula and is open to travel ball teams that range in age from 8- to 16-years-old. For more information, visit www.socalaaubaseball.com.
The Spring Training Baseball Academy has programs that are geared for players age 7 to 14 and will give your player the technical, physical, and mental skills to play the game at just about any level. More information can be found at www.springtrainingbb.com or by calling Coach Dex at (951) 536-6269.
Temecula Valley’s American Little League (TVALL) is still taking online registration signups for its 2013 season. Visit www.tvall.org to find out more about the league and for information on their Challenger Division as well.
Temecula Valley’s National Little League (TVNLL) is still taking online registration signups for its 2013 season as well. Visit www.cityoftemecula.org to find out more.
Temecula’s Youth Basketball League (TYBL) is currently in the middle of its 2012/13 season and all standings and schedules for upper, lower and middle school boys and girls can be found online at www.tybl.org.
The Temecula Valley Pop Warner Football Association is gearing up for another eventful year. For more information on their league, visit www.tvpopwarner.com.
The Inland Valley Youth Football League (Temecula Titans) is seeking players and cheerleaders that want to participate in the upcoming spring football season. More information can be found online at www.ivy-football.com.
The Big Cat Youth Wrestling program is currently in the middle of its 2012/13 season. All questions about the league can be directed to Coach Paino of the Chaparral wrestling program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Signups for the Temecula Valley Soccer Academy (TVSA) are still being accepted, for more information visit www.tvsa.org.
The Temecula United Soccer Club (TUSC) will have tryouts in February and are currently accepting payments for registrations via their website at www.temeculaunited.org.
The 2013 spring recreational in-line hockey season begins in April. For more information about TVIHA visit www.cityoftemecula.org.
Registrations for the (MNLL) Murrieta National Little League’s 2013 spring season must be done in person. More information can be found online by going to www.eteamz.com/mnll.
The Murrieta Valley PONY baseball organization (MVPB) is still accepting online registrations for its upcoming 2013 spring season. Assessments will be done for all regular season players on the weekend of Jan. 19. The Murrieta Unlimited Division is still looking to field a few more teams in the Mustang and Bronco Divisions. More information can be found at www.mvpb.org.
The Murrieta Valley Girls Softball Association (MVGSA) is accepting online registrations for the 2013 spring season as well as walk-ups at the January dates. More information can be found on their Web site, www.mvgsa.com.
The Swing Away batting cages in Murrieta are under new ownership and have implemented some new prices for all the local softball and baseball leagues, as well as travel teams. Visit them online at www.swingawaybaseball.com or call (951) 894-7005. Ask about how to get on their email list in order to catch some great offers, like 2-for-1 cage time.
Registration for the Murrieta Youth Basketball League is officially closed as they are in the middle of their 2012/13 season. If interested in playing in the future, more information can be found online at www.Murrietahoops.com.
The Murrieta Rams Youth Football and Cheer organization (MRYFC) just wrapped up its fall season and will be looking for football players and cheerleaders to sign up for the upcoming spring 8-man season starting at the end of January. All the action can be followed at www.murrietarams.org.
Murrieta’s Junior All-American and Pop Warner programs are shut down for the spring, but more information for upcoming events in their league can be found online at www.Murrieta.org.
The spring season for soccer is just about to ramp up. If any players and parents are interested in looking for more options for spring events in their prospective leagues, visit www.murrieta.org.
The Snakes Lacrosse Organization currently serves Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Lake Elsinore, Corona and Riverside. If you would like more information on the fastest growing sport in the country, visit www.snakeslacrosse.org.
The United States Youth Volleyball League (USYVL) is getting ready for the upcoming season and is still looking for participants. Visit www.usyvl.org to find out more information.
The cities of Temecula and Murrieta also have many other youth sports and events programs that are worth checking out through the YMCA, online at www.riversideymca.org, as well as through the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest County, online at www.bgcswc.org. Visit www.cityoftemecula.org or www.murrieta.org to find out about what youth sports programs are being offered in your area.
The French Valley Girls Softball Association, as well as the French Valley Pony Baseball League, is looking to add some serious numbers to its already growing leagues and signups for the 2013 season can be done in person. For more information, go to www.fvgsa.org or www.fvpba.org.
For more youth sports information for the city of French Valley, visit www.vwrpd.org.
For youth sports information for the city of Lake Elsinore, visit www.lake-elsinore.com.
For youth sports information for the city of Menifee, visit www.cityofmenifee.com.
The new Big League Dreams Sports Park in Perris is seeking teams that may be interested in participating in their upcoming soccer, baseball, and softball leagues. More information can be found online at www.bigleaguedreams.com.
Is your local league doing something fun in the community? Are you looking for participants for your team or is a player in your league just plain beast and needs some recognition? Email email@example.com and get your updates added to the Valley News Sports Magazine as well as our monthly look in the Youth Sports Roundup.
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