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December 6, 2022

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mhpb walk-in registration Morgan Hill Pony Baseball will be
accepting walk-in registrations for the Winterball 2004 season.
Registration will be held from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14,
and Saturday, Aug. 21.
mhpb walk-in registration

Morgan Hill Pony Baseball will be accepting walk-in registrations for the Winterball 2004 season. Registration will be held from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14, and Saturday, Aug. 21. Signups will be held at Mountain Mike’s Pizza, Tennant Station at Monterey Road in Morgan Hill, next door to Sizzler. There will also be one evening registration on Wednesday, Aug. 25 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., also at Mountain Mike’s. All fees are $40. Late registrations (after Aug. 28) will be $45. Teams will be drafted during the week of Sept. 6, with practices starting on Sept. 11. The Winterball season usually ends before Thanksgiving weekend. The Pinto, Mustang, Bronco and Pony Divisions will be playing at Burnett, El Toro and Britton (Mustang 2) fields. Registration forms may be found on the Morgan Hill Pony Baseball website at mhpb.org League members may register by mail, sending applications to MHPB, PO Box 353, MH, CA 95038. New members must register in person. For additional information, contact MHPB at (408) 778-MHPB.

scba fall ball

The SCBA Fall Basketball program begins on Sept. 11. There are incentives to sign up early. The leagues run until Nov. 6. The fee for a new player is currently $95 and for a returning player is $75. There is a $10 deduction for each additional family member. This Saturday-only program is held on the Britton Middle School campus. Applications are available at scbabasketball.org or by calling (408) 460-7402.

sobrato football seeks coaches

Sobrato High head football coach Jeff Patterson is looking for assistant coaches, preferrably those interested in coaching running backs and linebackers. No experience is necessary. Details: call Coach Patterson at (831) 801-2124 or (831) 634-1557.

el toro aquatics clinic

El Toro Aquatics is holding a free Stroke Clinic for kids aged 6 and older Aug. 24-27 at the Morgan Hill Aquatics Center. Must be able to swim 25 yards. Also, El Toro is holding a Novice Clinic for kids who can swim 15 yards to be held the week of Sept. 13. Space is limited so sign up now. Details: call Bill Thompson at (408) 227-5885 or email [email protected]

silicon valley diamond dawgs

The Silicon Valley Diamond Dawgs, a 14U Baseball Tournament Team, is looking for players — including pitchers and catchers. Details: call Alan LaBranche at (40) 782-1197, (408) 365-2114, or (408) 505-4817.

mt. madonna challenge

A major fundraising event of the South Valley Symphony, the Mount Madonna Challenge, takes place Sunday, Aug. 29. This year’s event will feature a 6K SalamanderWalk and Race commencing at 8:30 a.m., registration at 7:30 a.m., followed by the featured 12K Mt. Madonna Challenge Race beginning at 9 a.m. The race is sponsored by the Gavilan Joggers and Striders and the South Valley Symphony. All entries are to report to the Sprig Lake picnic area site at the base (Gilroy side) of Mt. Madonna County Park. Pre-registration fees are $20 with shirt and $13 without. Registrations received after Aug. 24 will be priced at $25 with shirt and $18 without. Completed registration forms should be made payable to the South Valley Symphony, Mt. Madonna Challenge, and mailed to P. O. Box 1347, Gilroy, CA 95021-1347. T-shirts will be guaranteed for all pre-registered entrants. Online registrations may be done at active.com Medals will be awarded to the first three places in age group in both races, while trophies will be awarded to the first place man and woman in the 12K race only. Age divisions for both men and women have been established as A 10-18; B 19-29; C 30-34; D 35-39; E 40-44; F 45-49; G 50-54; H 55-59; I 60-69; and J 70 and over. Details: Bill Flodberg, [email protected] or 683-4683.

mh pride to hold tryouts

The Pride of Morgan Hill Softball program will be having two tryouts for its 16U ‘A’ Fall Ball team on Sunday, Aug. 15 and Sunday, Aug. 22 at Community Park in Morgan Hill. Pitchers and catchers should arrive by noon. All other players start at 1 p.m. Tryouts end at 3 p.m. Details: call Mike Turay at 588-6534.

taylor made program

Taylor Made’s Fall Arm Strengthening Program, which focuses on throwing technique, throwing mechanics and training the arm to be healthy throughout the season and beyond, begins Sept. 13. Designed for players 13 and under, the program will last eight weeks through the first week of November. Held at Community Park in Morgan Hill, the class will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5-6 p.m. Classes will be taught by Rich Taylor, who is certified to teach the Alan Jaeger “Thrive on Throwing” program. The cost for the 24 sessions is $195 ($8 per session ) This will include the j-bands (surgical tubing). Payments are due by Aug. 15. Checks should be payable to Rich Taylor and sent to: 17338 Serene Drive, Morgan Hill, CA. 95037. Details: call Rich Taylor at 782-0630 or by email at www.taylormadebaseball.com

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