The San Benito Cardinals will conduct sign-ups for the upcoming
fall season next week at Maze Middle School in Hollister.
Sign-ups will be held everyday beginning Monday, July 26,
through Friday, July 30, at the track at Maze Middle School,
located at 900 Meridian Avenue in Hollister.

The San Benito Cardinals will conduct sign-ups for the upcoming fall season next week at Maze Middle School in Hollister.

Sign-ups will be held everyday beginning Monday, July 26, through Friday, July 30, at the track at Maze Middle School, located at 900 Meridian Avenue in Hollister.

Sign-ups will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Practices will be held Monday through Friday as well, with teams meeting up three times a week following Labor Day weekend. Regular season games will be held from Sept. 4 through Oct. 23.

The regular season will consist of four home games and four away games, with teams traveling to San Jose and Oakland. The Cardinals’ home field is located at Anzar High School in San Juan Bautista, with practices scheduled to be held at Maze Middle School.

Registration cost is $225, and a current 2010 physical is needed. The Cardinals, a member of American Youth Football & Cheer, play within specific age and weight divisions, with ages ranging from 5 to 15 years old.

This year, the Cardinals will take 50 players off their roster to view a private practice and autograph signing at the San Francisco 49ers facility in Santa Clara.

For more information, call Frank Casillas at (831) 801-7430, or go online to:

USYVL holding registrations for fall volleyball

The USYVL is holding registrations for the fall volleyball season, which will run for eight weeks beginning in September at Paradise Park in Morgan Hill.

The USYVL is an instructional volleyball league that operates in a coed format for boys and girls ages 7-15. The organization’s mission is to provide every child with a chance to learn and play volleyball in a fun, safe, supervised and low-pressure environment. Every child plays and learns the game, with emphasis on sportsmanship, cooperation and teamwork.

Child discounts are available. For information on registration, volunteer positions or a location near you, go online to: or call at 1-888-988-7985.

Tri County Running Club now under way

The Tri County Running Club recently kicked off its 2010 summer season at Manzanita Park in Prunedale, and will meet three times a week through July 30.

The distance running club, which is coached by Jess Morales of San Benito cross country and Gustavo Ibarra of North Monterey County track and field, will meet every Monday at Manzanita Park in Prunedale, every Wednesday at Toro Park in Salinas and every Friday at Nisene Marks Park in Aptos. Each meet will be held at 9 a.m.

There will also be an afternoon session at San Benito High in Hollister at 4 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The club is open to all runners, from elementary school to college to even open runners. Cost is $75 ($25 for kids 12 and under) and includes a club T-shirt and uniform use. This is the 10th season of the club, which had approximately 70 runners last season.

For more information, contact coach Jess Morales at 831-801-7138, or at [email protected]; coach Gustavo Ibarra at 831-524-1283, or at [email protected]; or coach Francisco Cornejo at 831-794-2516, or at [email protected].

Catalyst Soccer coming to Hollister

Catalyst Soccer: Player and Coach Development Programs, will hold a summer session at Veterans Memorial Park in Hollister in August.

A two-session World Cup Soccer Camp will be held Aug. 2-6 at Vets Park for boys and girls ages 4-14, with a Super FUNdamentals (boys and girls, ages 6-14) session scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon, and a Little Skillsbuilders (boys and girls, ages 4-6) session slated from 9:30 to 11 a.m.

Cost is $125 for Super FUNdamentals and $75 for the Little Skillsbuilders.

For more information, visit, or call (408) 846-5437.

CSUMB announces summer baseball camps

The CSUMB Baseball Summer Camp schedule was recently announced, and includes several different camps for several different age levels.

There are seven different camps, which will run through July for ages 7-18.

A complete list of camps is available online at:

Each camp in Seaside is conducted by the coaching staff at CSUMB.

For more information, contact Assistant Coach Jimmy Walker at: [email protected]

Ridgemark to host junior tournaments in August

The Ridgemark Golf and Country Club recently announced its Junior Golf Club tournament schedule for 2010.

There are also several junior tournaments slated, with the next scheduled tournament set for Aug. 14 at 3 p.m.

No sign-up is necessary for the tournaments. Interested golfers can sign up on the day of the event, at least 15 minutes prior to tee time, and choose between four-, six- or nine-hole tournaments.

For more information, call (831) 637-1010.

San Juan Oaks announces junior program, Club ‘Boom Boom’

The San Juan Oaks Golf Club is proud to present our junior program, Club “Boom Boom.” Inspired by San Juan Oaks Course Designer, Fred Couples, our junior program is offered for youth ages 6-17 years old.

Juniors pay $5 for green fees Monday through Friday after 2:30 p.m. with an accompanying adult who pays $35 (cart fees not included), and pay $10 for greens fees Saturday, Sunday and on holidays after 2:30 p.m. when playing with an accompanying adult who pays $45 (cart fees not included).

Members receive $5 off our normal junior rate good anytime Monday through Friday, and receive a small bucket of range balls for only $2 every day (up to two small buckets per day).

Junior members also receive a 10 percent discount on private golf lessons with our San Juan Oaks teaching staff, while an end-of-the-year golf clinic will cover aspects like full swing, short-game shots, putting and a rules seminar followed by a no-host barbecue luncheon.

A Club “Boom Boom” Junior cap with the San Juan Oaks logo, a Club “Boom Boom” sleeve of golf balls and beginner rules book will be supplied at time of sign up.

To become a club member, there is a one-time initiation fee of $65 (membership ends on 18th birthday). To sign up for Club “Boom Boom,” please visit the San Juan Oaks Pro Shop and fill out an application to receive your junior membership card.

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