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Registration begins for Hudson Youth Soccer

Hudson Youth Soccer will hold registration Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Arthur Engle Park. New players are welcome and must provide both a birth certificate and a picture. Returning players need only a picture and the registration fee. The cost to register a player under the age of 7 is $75, while players 7 and older require an $85 fee. A late registration will be held Sept. 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park with players subject to a $10 late fee. For more information, visit

MORE SOCCER: West Pasco FC will also hold its registration sessions Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at John Testa Field in Holiday. New players must provide a birth certificate and pay a registration fee. Fees vary according to age with players under the age of 6 costing $90, U10 is $125 and ages 10 and older pay $150. The club accepts players ages 4-18. Registration forms and further information about the club can be found at

SOFTBALL: The Lutz Leaguerette's slow pitch softball registration will take place every weekend this month at Oscar Cooler Park in Lutz. Saturday registrations will take place from 9 to 11 a.m., while Sunday registrations will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. The league is open to all girls that are ages 5-17 as of Sept. 1. Skill assessments will be held in October and practices get under way in November. The season does not start until January, however, it runs through the end of April. Players must provide a birth certificate and pay a fee of $125. A registration calendar and the necessary documents are available online at For more information, visit the Web site or call (813) 949-9580.

LACROSSE: The Wesley Chapel Warriors lacrosse team will host the Braveheart Shootout on Sept. 20-21 at Wesley Chapel District Park. Players of all ages are welcome to participate. The event consists of two tournaments in one, a 7-on-7 tournament and 2-on-2 tournament, for which the event is named, that will take place the night of Sept. 20. Teams wishing to compete in the 7-on-7 tournament must pay a $550 fee, however, a deposit of $100 reserves the team's place in the tournament. Teams interested only in the 2-on-2 Braveheart Shootout must pay $30 per two-man team.

The seven-man teams will play at least four games starting on the morning of Sept. 20 as they attempt to qualify for a playoff. Members of seven-man teams receive a spot in the two-man challenge as part of the registration fee. The Braveheart Shootout is double-elimination and rewards the winner with various prizes. Each team will play on a full field with one goalkeeper and one midfielder. The goalie and midfielder are allowed to work together with one player having to stay back after the ball passes the midfield line. The first team to score wins, leaving little room for error.

For more information on the tournament or registration, call (813) 994-6633, send an e-mail to, or visit

HOCKEY TRYOUTS: Tryouts for River Ridge High School ice hockey will be from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 15 at Tampa Bay Skating Academy, located at 255 Forest Lakes Blvd. in Oldsmar. Students from River Ridge, Ridgewood and Hudson high schools are eligible to join. For more information, call coach Brian Griffin at (727) 843-0716.

BASEBALL: The San Antonio Rattlers' 15-and-under AAU baseball team is looking for a couple of committed players. Contact Andre Olaniel at (813) 727-5987 or Jim Pavek at (352) 588-3030.

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Registration begins for Hudson Youth Soccer 09/04/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 3:51pm]
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