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Bloomingdale Bandits baseball tryouts; FishHawk Coyotes open fall lacrosse registration

Bloomingdale Bandits baseball tryouts set

The Bloomingdale Bandits 13U competitive travel baseball team holds tryouts for the upcoming 2011 season Thursday and July 22 at 6 p.m. at the Bloomingdale Little League Junior/Senior baseball fields in Valrico.

Eligible players cannot turn 14 before May 1.

For more information, contact [email protected] or coach D.J. Peña at (813) 230-1874.

Play lacrosse with FishHawk Coyotes

The FishHawk Coyotes have opened registration for the fall lacrosse program.

The program starts Sept. 9 and runs twice per week on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons throughout September and October at the FishHawk Sports Complex. Any youth in first through 12th grade can sign up.

The fall season focuses on individual skill development and helps prepare players for the more competitive spring season. It's recommended that beginning players start in the fall.

The initial cost is $115 per player for boys and $65 per player for girls. To register, visit or call Brian Lemon at (813) 689-2070.

Bloomingdale Bandits baseball tryouts; FishHawk Coyotes open fall lacrosse registration 07/14/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 12:44pm]
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