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first_imgEnable Inc. will host the first annual Baseball Fantasy League Game at Waterfront Park in Trenton on Sept. 22 at 7:05 p.m. Former major league stars Goose Gossage, Art Shamsky, Ed Kranepool, Donn Clendenon, Scott Bradley, Steve Rogers, Paul Blair and others will team up with amateur players from throughout the state to play ball. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at numerous places throughout the state. Call (609) 987-5003, ext. 20, for more information. The rain-date for the event is Sept. 23 at 1:05 p.m. A charity softball game will be held on Sept. 28 at Raritan Bay Waterfront Park in South Amboy on Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation’s N.J. Race for the Cure. Participating in this event will be the Sayreville PBA Local 98 and the Sayreville Panthers, a women’s softball team,. Donations/tickets are $5. Please bring your own lawn chairs as seating will be limited. Middletown Babe Ruth Baseball/Softball League will be accepting registrations for their 2002 spring baseball/softball season on Oct. 20 and Nov. 17 from noon to 3 p.m., and Sept. 26 and Nov. 8 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Middletown Library on New Monmouth Road. Registrations will be taken at the Middletown Babe Ruth Clubhouse, McMahon Park, Atlantic Avenue North on Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 13, 27, Nov. 10 and 24 from 9 a.m. to noon. For more information, call (732) 495-6608. The following clinics and leagues are being offered at GoodSports, Aberdeen, within the next two months: a men’s open hockey league starting Oct. 3; youth and men’s roller hockey tournament on Oct. 27 and 28 for ages U10-U17 and men’s divisions ($350 per team); youth instructional soccer for ages 4-8 on Thursdays from 4-5 p.m., starting Sept. 20 ($85 per child); and one-day soccer tournaments for U10 to U12 boys and girls. Call (732) 290-0003 for more information. Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Monmouth County (BBBS) will hold its 12th Annual Golf Classic on Sept. 20 at Spring Lake Golf Club. BBBS matches at-risk children with adult volunteers who act as friends, confidants and mentors. The donation for the event is $300 per individual golfer, and $1,600 for a corporate foursome. The price includes a full day of golf and club service. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. with golfer goodie bags, including a Greg Norman golf shirt. For more information, call (732) (732) 544-2224, or visit www.bbbs.org. The Holmdel Stallions Fury girls U16 traveling team has openings for several experienced players for the winter/spring 2002 season. Soccer must be a priority. Candidates must be born on or after Aug. 1, 1985. No residency requirement. Call (732) 946-9585 or e-mail [email protected] for more information. The Aberdeen-Keyport women’s fall softball league is holding registration. The 18-and-over teams will play on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. from September through November. For more information, call (732) 264-7039. YMCA of Western Monmouth County is looking for teams for its men’s basketball league. Games are played on Thursday evenings beginning in early October. Fee is $450 per team. If interested, call Bob at (732) 462-0464, ext. 21. The YMCA is also looking for teams for its women’s basketball league, which plays on Wednesday evenings starting in early October. The fee is $450. Call Bob at (732) 732-0464, ext. 21, if you are interested. The YMCA is looking for teams for its flag football league. Games will be played on Sunday mornings beginning in early October, and the fee is $450 per team. Call Bob at (732) 462-0464, ext. 21 if interested. The Central Jersey Express U-16 baseball team concluded its season at the Pretzel City Tournament in Reading, Pa., where the Express reached the semifinals and lost to the eventual champion the Canadian Extreme. The Express are made up of area players: Anthony Cangialosi, Peter Eadicicco, Doug Frueh, Mike Henningan, Brian Kulig, Geoff Lau, Chris Marino, John Mazzola, Jordan Noval, Ralph Protano, Kyle St. Angelo, Joe San Pietro, Dave Sauchelli, Phil Tortorelli and John Walsh. The team is coached by Lou Protano and assistant J.P. Noval. The Jersey Dreamers, an U18 fastpitch softball team, is looking for three or four dedicated, quality players to complete its roster for the 2002 team. The Dreamers are composed of former players from a Premier U16 team, which was the winner of three tournaments before moving up to U18 competition. For further information, call Warren at (732) 972-8848, or Craig at (732) 683-1541 for more information. The Samaritan Center will hold its 11th annual Jim Flanagan Golf Outing on Sept. 24 at the Cranbury Golf Club. Cost of the event is $125 per person and includes locker, 18 holes of golf, greens fee, golf cart, barbecue lunch, multi-course dinner, golf awards, door prizes and a cash bar. Dinner guest special is $25. All proceeds will benefit Samaritan Center’s programs. Samaritan Center is a full-time food pantry and crisis center serving the Manalapan-Englishtown area. Call (732) 446-1142 for more information. The Peninsula Eagles boys U10 soccer team, the spring 2001 league and Jackson Summer Classic champs, is seeking two dedicated and experienced players to compete with the team in the Monmouth-Ocean Soccer Association and tournament play. Players must be born after Aug. 1, 1991. If interested, call Al Sambade at (732) 747-5994 for more information. The Jersey Storm U12 in 2002 select travel baseball team is looking for a top pitcher. The team plays 50-70 times a year and has won numerous tournaments. In 2002, the team’s schedule includes several out of state tournaments including participation in the Cooperstown Dreams Park tournament. To schedule a tryout, call (609) 259-4003. The Manchester Magic, a 15U fall baseball team, who is the defending Mid-Atlantic League champs, will hold tryouts for the 2002 season. Call Ron Nametko for more information at (732) 818-0271. The West Long Branch Sports Association is seeking qualified basketball coaches for its Mid-Monmouth program teams. These teams compete in six divisions, which travel throughout Monmouth County from October through February. The divisions are: intermediate boys (10 and under), intermediate girls (10U), junior boys (10 and over), junior girls (10 and over), senior boys (14 and under) and senior girls (14U). These are competitive leagues and teams that will be selected based on tryouts. Anyone interested should contact Bob Aitkens during the day at (732) 842-0444 or (732) 870-0641 at night, or e-mail him at [email protected]last_img read more

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