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Pinellas: For the record

FOR THE RECORD



Baseball

Seminole Heat

The team needs players for its 12-under and 13-under squads. For information, go to www.seminoleheat.com.

Tampa Thunder

The 11-under team is holding tryouts. Call Steve Gionis at (813) 215-4433.

Tampa Tarpons

The men's team needs players for its 18-older season. Call Kevin Minto at 742-6192 for information.

Tampa Titans

The 13-under competitive team needs a coach to provide eight hours of instruction per week. A minimum of college pitching experience is required. For information, call Mark at 743-4960.

Florida West Coast Collegiate Baseball League

The league needs teams for the summer season, which begins June 1. For information, call Don at 347-1108 or 341-2287.

Florida White Wings

The 13-under AAU team is looking for players for the spring and fall seasons. For tryout information, call Rob at 463-0724.

Basketball

Largo Youth League

The city is holding registration for players ages 9-16. The season runs from March 29 to May 31 at the Highland Rec Center. For information, call 460-1904 or go to www.largoyouthbasket

ball.com.

Summer Classic

College Baseball Advisors will be having a tryout for their 10th annual Summer Classic on April 5 at Clearwater Central Catholic from 10 a.m.-1p.m. The cost is $25. Call Chris Banks at (727) 542-6245 for more information.

Football

Football officials needed

The Sunshine Football Officials Association needs men and women interested in becoming high school and youth league referees in Pinellas County. Training classes begin in April. For information, call Gail Blanton at 656-9954 or send e-mail to willisgblanton@aol.com.

Silver Raiders

The organization is looking for head cheerleading coaches and assistant instructors for the 2008 Pinellas Youth Football Conference. Please contact Katrina at (727) 244-6929

Tarpon Springs Junior Spongers

The football and cheerleading teams are accepting registration for kids 4-14. For information, call 939-2107 or go to www.jrspongers.com.

Golf

Charity tournament

There will be a charity tournament to benefit Schwarzkopf Elementary and the Wounded Warrior Project at the Eagles Golf Club of Tampa Bay on May 23. Fees are $100 per player and sponsorships are available. For more information, contact Jeff Hahn at jeffrey.hahn@usdoj.gov.

Miscellaneous

City of Tarpon Springs

The city is offering tennis lessons for youths Mondays and Wednesdays at the Riverside Courts. Cost is $40 per month. For information, call 942-5628.

Blazin Ravenz Track Club

The competitive club is looking for athletes ages 7-18 for the 2008 outdoor season. The league needs volunteer coaches as well. For information, call Jamar Parker at 403-6923.

Black Bears Youth Hockey

The team needs players born in 1995 and after for a travel team. For information, go to www.blackbearyouthhockey.com or call Chris Frontiero at 804-0451.

Running

Schedule

March 22, 8 a.m. Hare Racing Experience 5K/mile, USF campus, Tampa. Call (813) 870-3414.

March 29, 7 a.m. Jessie's Run 5K/5M, St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa. Call (813) 727-0786.

March 30, 8 a.m. Max Bayne 10M/5K. Fort De Soto Park, North Beach/Shelter 6, St. Petersburg. Call WFYRC at 644-7702.

May 17, 8 a.m. — Annual Hog Hustle 5K in Dunedin. The entry fee is $18 before the race and $23 on race day; includes an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast after the race. For more information contact Chris Hoban at 812-4537.

Softball

Clearwater Lady Bombers

The 14-under team needs players. Those interested should call Matt Brown at 639-2068.

Umpires needed

The Greater Pinellas County Officials Association needs slow-pitch umpires. Experience is not necessary. For information, call Tom McCarley at (727) 235-4896.

Submissions

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Pinellas: For the record 03/18/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 9:41am]
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