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Wesley Chapel Soccer Club still has openings

The Wesley Chapel Soccer Club has expanded to 21 teams for the 2008-09 season and still has room for a few more players. Teams with openings include the U9 boys and girls, U10 boys and girls, and the U17 boys. Contact director of coaching Bryn Lloyd at (813) 470-9971 or e-mail [email protected]

BASEBALL: West Pasco 11-year-old All Stars are heading into section 7 of play after dominating their competition.

The team defeated Dunedin 32-0, Largo 14-0, Holiday 12-1 and defeated Palm Harbor 9-2 to win its district.

The team's stellar hitting (.457 team average) and ability to get on base (.587 percentage) led them to the sectional tournament. West Pasco will be playing three games in consecutive days and the winner of the four-team pool advances to the state championship.

FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING: The West Pasco Prowlers is looking for boys and girls ages 5-15 for the upcoming season. A Challenger League is also available for children with special needs. The season starts Aug. 1 with practices being held at the Holiday Recreation Center.

Parents can register their children on Saturday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the McDonald's in Holiday. For registration information and online registration, go to or call 813-919-4130 for more information.

MORE FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING: Registration for fall flag football and cheerleading is being conducted by i9 Sports. Registration is open to boys and girls ages 5-14 with fields in Land O'Lakes, Hudson, New Port Richey, Zephyrhills and Dade City.

Register online at www. or call Jimmy Barbarise at (813) 532-1507.

BOWLING: Pins and Pals Summer Camp is held at Royal Lanes off U.S. 41. Campers get three hours of instructions each day from 9 a.m. until noon.

The program includes a personalized T-shirt, lunch, one-on-one instruction with certified USBC/YABA coaches and a custom-fitted bowling ball.

The camp costs $150 for the week.

Campers may opt for just the instruction and no bowling ball for $110 for the week. Two sessions still have openings: July 14-18 and Aug. 4-8.

For more information, call (813) 949-3606.

SHOOTING: Deer Creek Sporting Clays in Land O'Lakes will host a free shooting clinic for women and children on July 20. The class provides 45 minutes of instruction from a certified coach, and free shells, clays, eye and ear protection and gun rental.

Children must weigh at least 80 pounds to properly operate the shotgun and everyone in attendance will have an opportunity to shoot targets. For more information, contact Roger Gascoigne at (813) 996-1970.

KARATE: Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex hosts karate classes every Monday and Wednesday, with instruction led by Marty Betts.

Kids ages 6-12 go from 7-7:45 p.m., while 13 and older go from 8-9 p.m. The cost is $35 for the first person, then $25 for each additional family member.

For more information, call (813) 929-1220.

MORE KARATE: Southern Elite Sports will host two camps for ages 5 and older. Each costs $35 and will run from 9 a.m. to noon.

Karate camp will be Aug. 4-8 and Kid Fitness Camp runs Aug. 11-15. For more information, call toll-free, 1-866-794-6344.

Submit info, upcoming info, registrations to [email protected]

Wesley Chapel Soccer Club still has openings 07/10/08 [Last modified: Monday, November 1, 2010 3:31pm]
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