Archbishop Curley sports
The Archbishop Curley Notre Dame Prep high school varsity cross-country team continues to impress with the boys going 8-0 in dual meets and the girls placing first to third individually.
In a quad-meet against Archimedean, Palmer Trinity School and Divine Savior Academy, sophomore Rhian Romanik won the girls’ race, covering 3.1 miles in 23 minutes 4 seconds. Jennifer Lamy, a junior, was runner-up in 24:54, and senior Silvia Bacchelli finished third in 26:21.
Sophomore Danny Diaz was third in the boys’ run in 19:29. Serge Aristide, a junior, placed fourth with a personal best 19:50, and Michael Smith, another junior, was fifth in 20:03.
Curley Coach Br. John Corcoran, CFC, said: “As the season continues and the push to qualify for states develops, the competition will definitely intensify. Both the boys’ and girls’ teams are making steady progress and working extremely hard.”
The 2012 roster includes: Nikko Antido (11), Serge Aristide (11), Silvia Bacchelli (12), Tristan Barlos (10), Milienne Bonenfant, (11) team manager, Daniel Briz, (10), Yave Calero (11), Edner Derival (9), Daniel Diaz, (10), Enrique Diaz (9), Eduardo Fajardo-Lara (9), Dylan Foster (10), David Hernandez (9), Hanna Kiefer (8), Hedwyn Lamy (9), Jennifer Lamy, (11), Matthew Lamy, (11), Alexandra Laroche (9), Jamal Mapp (11), Christine Masseus (11), Elian Mejia (7), Annasthasia Poitier (11), Eddy Rochez (10), Rhian Romanik (10), Nicholas Salow (12), Michael Smith (11), Sean Smith (10), Jamal Walters (8), and Anthony Yeash (12.).
The coaches are Daniel Reese, Br. Timothy Granzotto and Br. John Corcoran.
• The ACND high school varsity girls’ volleyball team beat Doctors Charter School 3-0 and Dade Christian School 3-1.
• The ACND high school varsity football team defeated visiting Ransom Everglades 24-10.
The Carrollton School varsity girls’ golf team won the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair Invitational for the seventh time in eight years.
The Cyclones placed among the Top 20 in a field of 34, representing local Class 1A and 2A teams.
Carrollton senior Julie Steinbauer was the individual medalist. Seventh grader Tanya Eathakotti placed fifth, and senior Kristin Gonzalez finished seventh. Senior Ryley Gregorie tied for 15th, and freshman Gaby Delgado was 19th.
Ransom Everglades was runner-up in the team competition followed by Gulliver Prep. Individually, Francesca de la Torre of Terra Institute was runner-up, and Carolina Garrett of Ransom Everglades placed third. Michelle Rodriguez of Gulliver Prep took fourth.
Our Lady of Lakes volleyball
The Our Lady of the Lakes boys’ volleyball team (fifth through eighth grades) improved to 2-2.
They recently played a doubleheader versus St. Agnes and Immaculate Conception schools.
After dropping the first set against St. Agnes 25-18, the Cheetahs rebounded to win the next two sets (25-9 and 15-7) for the match.
After losing a big lead versus Immaculate, Our Lady of Lakes lost the first set 28-26. Again the team responded winning the next two sets (25-21 and 15-13).
The Cheetahs are eighth graders Nicholas Bernal, Ryan Maltz and Nicolas Roque; seventh graders Jorge Jebian, Kirk Fleming, Bailey Mantilla and Christopher Roque; fifth graders Daniel Delgado and Brandon Gancedo. The coach is German Garcia.
Miami Country Day Top Athletes
Miami Country Day School Middle School Female Athlete of the Week: Lauren Gold (volleyball) combined for 16 service points and 17 kills in wins against Hillel, Gulliver and Dade Christian.
Middle School Male Athlete of the Week: Juan Martin Caro (swimming) won the 100 freestyle and 50 freestyle against Gulliver.
Upper School Female Athlete of the Week: Stella Strharova (junior varsity volleyball) totaled for 23 kills, 20 service points and 10 aces at the Florida Christian Invitational.
Upper School Male Athlete of the Week: Ricky Gonzalez (football) led the Spartans with 15 tackles, a fumble recovery and a 35-yard touchdown against LaSalle.
Spartan Super Fan: Peter Konen (Upper School Science Teacher).
Miami Gardens Elementary
The Miami Dolphins hosted Family Night at Miami Gardens Elementary as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. More than 300 Miami Gardens Elementary School students participated in the Family Night activities.
“These kids are thrilled,” said Mary Walz, field representative for the Miami-Dade Scholastic Book Fair. “We want them to curl up with a good book and what’s a better combination than doing some exercises and having a nice healthy meal.”
Family Night consisted of a Miami Dolphins Gatorade Junior Training Camp, a Family Literacy Workshop to discuss good habits at home (which was done in English and Spanish) and a Family Build a Book Activity.
“This is a great program for the youth,” said Twan Russell, director of Youth & Community Programs for the Miami Dolphins. “The Miami Dolphins stand for education, physical fitness and positive choices. Having a night to emphasis these three topics means so much for our future leaders.”
The Miami Dolphins kicked off the week with a pep rally where players, cheerleaders and mascot T.D. presented a check from the Miami Dolphins Foundation to Miami Gardens Elementary. As part of the READ AND RISE program, every student at Miami Gardens Elementary received a $10 voucher for a book fair.
“It’s our mission to get as many books in many kids’ hands as we can,” Walz said. “Some of these kids are not able to have a book of their own to take home. The Miami Dolphins and the NFL have donated so each child walks out of the book fair with two books worth $10.”
The Miami Dolphins Youth Programs’ mission is to emphasize the importance of education, physical fitness and positive choices for kids in a safe and fun environment. The Miami Dolphins Youth Programs’ vision is to prepare the next generation of leaders in staying physically active through our Junior Training Camps, Youth Football Clinics and Youth Football Camps.
For information on the Miami Dolphins Youth Football Clinic or school visits, contact the Miami Dolphins Youth and Community Programs Department at 305-943-7272 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orange Bowl YFA Parks of the Week
The Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance, presented by Sports Authority, visited four sites as part of its Park of the Week program. The program recognizes select youth football parks across South Florida each Saturday during the fall.
This schedule included visits to Miami Xtreme Youth Football League members Suniland Sundevils and Kendall Boys & Girls Club Kolts as well as National Youth Football League members Miami Gardens Rams and Miami Gardens Ravens. At each stop during its Park of the Week program, Orange Bowl Committee members, ambassadors and staff distribute promotional items and discounts from Orange Bowl YFA sponsors and present each park with a commemorative plaque and a financial contribution for park improvements.
Now in its 14th season, the Orange Bowl YFA, presented by Sports Authority, serves more than 16,000 young football players and cheerleaders in nine football leagues across eight South Florida counties and has invested approximately $5 million in youth sports in South Florida since 1999. The Orange Bowl also directly supports locally-based events, including those providing participatory opportunities to youth worldwide, such as Junior Orange Bowl, Orange Bowl Sailing Regatta Series, Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships and Orange Bowl Paddle Championships.
For 78 years, the Orange Bowl has been one of South Florida’s leading civic organizations, driving tourism and economic development as well as supporting scholarships and community athletic facilities. Inspiring thousands of student athletes every year, the Orange Bowl’s activities help foster youth confidence, celebrate student achievement, engage the community and enhance the South Florida economy.
For information about the Orange Bowl Committee and the Orange Bowl YFA, presented by Sports Authority, visit www.orangebowl.org.
Jackson HS football defense
In four games, Miami Jackson High School football player James Alexander recorded 36 solo tackles and 13 assists. He totaled 14 solo tackles against American. Alexander also has three tackles for losses and three fumble recoveries in four games, returning one 28 yards for a touchdown against Dr. Krop.
Christopher Hall has 20 solo tackles and seven assists with three tackles for losses, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Jean Degraphe posted 10 solo tackles and 11 assists with 6.5 sacks (3.5 against American). He had four tackles for losses and a forced fumble.
Bennie Powell amassed 18 solo tackles and 12 assists with a sack, a fumble recovery and an interception. Devondre Powell registered 14 solo tackles and 10 asssists with one tackle for a loss and a fumble recovery. In three games, Ladarius Crump has 11 solo tackles and six assists with an interception.
After only one year as the volunteer USTA Florida 10 and Under Tennis coordinator for the North Miami area, Donna Tollefsen is registering triple-digit kids for her area programs. Now she is filling what she saw as a hole in area junior tennis offerings — tennis as a team sport.
Tollefsen, tennis director at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in North Miami Beach, is the USTA Florida Volunteer of the Month. A South Florida native, she was born in Miami Beach.
Throughout the 2012 high school football season, Sports Illustrated will profile 10 programs from across the United States, selected for having overcome obstacles that include dilapidated facilities, crime-ridden communities, severe funding deficits and disasters, both personal and natural.
SI editors have selected nine of the schools, and SI and POWERADE have launched a nationwide search for the 10th school that has persevered through hardship. The 10 programs will be unveiled throughout the season as a part of one of the largest high school football editorial initiatives in Sports Illustrated’s history.
Players, coaches, parents, teachers, classmates and fans can log on to www.Facebook.com/SportsIllustrated to enter an Underdog team in their community. Submissions will be accepted through Oct. 23 after which a 10th finalist school will be selected. Fans can vote for which team receives the grand prize, a $25,000 program grant and a trip to New York City and SI’s annual “Sportsman of the Year” awards gala.
The annual Kids Fishing Challenge is Nov. 3 at Tropical Park in Miami. About 300 kids participate in the fishing tournament at the lake. Each receive a rod & reel, bait, tackle box, T-shirt and lunch. Visit www.cblbc.com and click on Event Info & Gallery.
Miami Lady Express basketball
The Miami Lady Express girls’ basketball team needs funding to continue competing in tournaments throughout the United States. The coaches volunteered to train the girls, giving them something positive to do, and the parents have been fundraising.
Travel costs, food, tournament fees and lodging are very expensive for these girls. They practice at the Keys Gate Gym in Florida City and South Dade High School where their coaches teach. Contact Coach Larry Hicks at 786-301-2577.
Pace basketball clinic
Monsignor Pace Junior Spartans Basketball Clinic, a developmental clinic, is Saturdays through Nov. 3. The sessions are open to students in the fourth through seventh grades. Pace coaching staff provides instruction at Monsignor Edward Pace High School, 15600 NW 32nd Ave., Opa-locka. Cost $125. For times and info, call 305-450-9283.
The Thunder Academy Winter Youth Basketball League is the first week of November through Jan. 31 at the Tamiami Gym. Each team will have two practices and one game per week, and all practices and games will be inside the gym.
The goal of the Thunder Winter League is to teach fundamentals and principles of the game. The games will remain competitive and offer an opportunity to work in stations and learn from different coaches and coaching methods.
The cost is $250 and includes three sessions per week, uniform, division photo, drawstring bag, water bottle and wristband. Visit www.YouthBasketballMiami.com or contact Coach Rob at CoachRobCastillo@gmail.com.
Miami Basketball Fall League begins Oct. 15. Registration is open to individuals or teams.
Cost is $225. Price includes eight games plus playoffs, uniform and trophies.
Games are at the South Miami Community Center Indoor Gym. Ages range from 5-16. Visit www.miamibasketball.net.
For more information, call Eddie at 305-439-9240 or Andre at 786-205-5198. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Rugby South Miami
The Miami Rugby Youth Division, boys age 6-18, practices 6-8 p.m. Mondays at Murray Park and Wednesdays at Palmer Park, 6120 SW 67th Ave., South Miami. Call 305-400-0134, ext. 101. Visiti www.miamirugbykids.com.
The Miami Marlins offer behind the scenes tours of Marlins Park. The tours are open to the public on non-event days for $10 a person.
The tour includes visits to the field (behind home plate), home clubhouse, home batting cage area and Diamond Club, Promenade Level featuring the art in the facility, the bobblehead museum and the premium areas including the Suites.
Tours operate from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday, except when the Marlins play at home or when other major events are scheduled at Marlins Park. Group tours, accommodating between 10 and 25 people, are available by appointment.
For information, fans can call 1-877-MARLINS or e-mail email@example.com. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket windows on Felo Ramirez Drive (NW 6 Street between NW 14 Avenue and NW 15 Avenue) and are for the time and date specified.
Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
Hall Of Fame Baseball is sponsoring travel baseball teams for 11-12, 13-14, 15-18 (high school) for the fall season.
Hall Of Fame Coach Rich Hofman and his staff will coach the teams which will practice and play in tournaments and leagues. Register for a tryout at www.hofball.net or call David Hofman at 954-804-5600 or Ed Tisdale at 803-463-2591.
Key Largo Bridge Run
Racers can enjoy a spectacular foot race with panoramic views of the Upper Keys and the eastern edges of the Florida Everglades at the fourth annual Key Largo Bridge Run on Nov.10.
Runners from Canada and 21 American states are among more than 310 participants already registered. The out-and-back 10k, half marathon and 5k run/walk typically entices nearly 900 participants of all ages.
The USA Track & Field certified course crosses the 65-foot-high, 1.25-mile-long Jewfish Creek Bridge. Racers occupy the northbound lanes of the bridge and the southern portion of the 18-Mile Stretch, a section of the Overseas Highway that connects mainland South Florida with Key Largo.
The event offers a free Health and Fitness Expo featuring osteoporosis screenings for women. The expo is noon to 6 p.m. Nov.9 at the Key Largo Holiday Inn at mile marker (MM) 100.
From noon to 9 p.m., participants can pick up race packets. Race organizers are going green by providing virtual race bags that include value-added offers, exclusive discounts and educational information. The virtual goody bags are to be delivered to each participant’s email inbox within two weeks of the race.
A traditional Friday night spaghetti dinner is at DiGiorgio’s Café Largo, MM 100 bayside, between 4:30 and 11 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person, available at the expo.
Race entry fees are $35 per person for the 5k, $50 per person for the 10k and $70 for the half marathon through Nov. 4. Participants age 17 and younger pay $12. Runners whose registrations are received on or before Oct. 14 get a $5 discount. Online registration is available through Nov. 8. The first 1,000 race registrants receive a free T-shirt.
Event proceeds benefit local charities including the Key Largo Bridge Run Scholarship Fund, Key Largo Baptist Church, Island Christian School and Active Disabled Americans. Event information www.keylargobridgerun.com.
The City Bikes Ironman 70.3 Miami is Oct. 28, starting at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami. Registration is underway. http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=1995048.
The event supports the Blazeman Foundation for ALS. Through this partnership, athletes who are participating in the race can make a contribution to the foundation when registering. The Blazeman Foundation will also be featured at the EXPO. To find out more about the Blazeman Foundation for ALS, visit www.waronals.com.
Florida Senior Games
Registration is open for the 2012 Florida International Senior Games & State Championships. They are Dec. 1-9 in Polk County and are a qualifier for the 2013 National Senior Games in Cleveland in the summer 2013.
The Games offer 23 sports. Softball and the 10K Road Race are in November. Entry fees vary, and registration deadlines vary by sport.
The easiest way for athletes to register is online at www.flasports.com. Also available on www.flasports.com are PDF documents athletes can print and mail to the Florida Sports Foundation.
USTA Florida’s four-stop ’Me Gusta El Tenis’ tour will hit the Greater Miami-area, spotlighting the popularity of tennis in the Hispanic community in South Florida.
Hispanic communities can celebrate families playing tennis together at the four events, which will feature the 10 and Under Tennis short court format for learning the game.
Oct. 20-21: Gables Hispanic Festival, Coral Gables.
Nov. 11: Founders Day Festival, Aventura.
Participants registering will be entered into a drawing to win four tickets to either the 2013 Sony Open men’s and women’s pro tennis tournament on Key Biscayne or the 2013 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships men’s pro event in Delray Beach.
The Gables Hispanic Festival is organized by the Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation, a not-for-profit organization for charitable and educational purposes, including the undertaking of programs and activities designed to enhance the cultural Heritage and social well-being of families, children and youth of Miami-Dade County.
“We are looking forward to reaching out to the roughly 70 percent of Florida Hispanic players who are in the Miami area,” said USTA Florida Tennis Program Coordinator for the Miami area Cathy Nordlund. “Area pros will be out at the events, where parents can ask questions about local programming for kids and adults, and families can play the 10 and Under Tennis format together.”
Tennis participation numbers in Florida for small children of all demographics have increased exponentially since the introduction of the 10 and Under Tennis format. 10 and Under Tennis is designed for children, featuring smaller court sizes, racquet sizes, foam and decompressed balls, a simple scoring system, and net heights adjusted to ease kids into the sport.
Similar mini-tennis formats have long been popular in Europe, where current stars such as Roger Federer and Kim Clijsters first learned the game with age-adjusted racquets, balls and court sizes. To see a video of 10 and Under Tennis in action go to: http://10andundertennis.com.
For information on USTA Florida Hispanic community events, go to USTA Florida’s Spanish language website at www.ustaflorida.com/espanol. For specific information regarding Miami-area events contact Cathy Nordlund at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is open for Florida tennis facilities to host a USTA Free Tennis Play Day in celebration of Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play.
Host events are be featured in a searchable database on www.YouthTennis.com and receive customizable marketing materials to promote the event and more.
TBA, Oct. 6: America’s Strong Youth Foundation, Miami Lakes Tennis Courts.
Tennis classes, programs
Tennis classes and programs for all ages are at the Penny Sugarman Tennis Center at Sans Souci, 1795 Sans Souci Blvd., North Miami. Call for information on group lessons, annual passes, court rates and private lessons. Tennis pro is Ross Dubins. Call 305-893-7130.
Rebelle Athletics Club offers girls’ volleyball tryouts at Archbishop Curley Notre Dame High School, 4949 NE 2nd Ave.
The volleyball club, a member of the United States Volleyball Association, is under the direction of Mandi Tate, Dee Rey and former Barry University player Kelly Dantas. They are former coaches with South Florida Volleyball Club and currently coach at Alonzo & Tracy Mourning Senior High School in Biscayne Bay.
Rebelle Athletics is dedicated to providing developmental and participatory athletic sports programs beginning at the youth development level. It offers a progression of sports activities for persons of all ages, races and creeds. It strives to enhance the physical, mental and moral development of amateur athletes at all levels, promoting sportsmanship and active citizenship.
Miami Shores soccer
The Miami Shores FC under-12 girls’ travel soccer team participated in the Disney Memorial Day Soccer Shootout at Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Lake Buena Vista.
They competed in the highest division in their age group, earning silver medals. For tryout information for the 2012-2013 season, contact David Ocampo at email@example.com.
South Kendall Sun Blazers (sksoccer.org) at Kendall Indian Hammocks Park, 11395 SW 79 St. (305-630-3314).
Miami Dade Soccer League (miami-dadesoccer.com) at Three Lakes Park, 13375 SW 136 St. (786-488-5216).
Soccer 5 (ussoccer5.com) at Kendall Soccer Park, 8011 SW 127 Ave. (1-888-575-2976).
Club Atletico De Miami (camsoccer.com) at Kendall Soccer Park, 8011 SW 127 Ave. (305-764-5783).
Soccer Academy of the Americas (socceraa.com) at Tamiami Park, 11201 SW 24 St. (786-486-3804)
Pinecrest Premier Soccer (pinecrestpremier.com) at Deerwood Bonita Lakes, 11511 S. Dixie Hwy. (305-255-3422).
Optimist Club of Westchester (tropicalsoccer.org) at Tropical Park, 7900 SW 40 St. (786-370-4222).
Coral Estates Soccer Club (coralestatessoccer.org) at Coral Estates Park, 1411 SW 97 Ave. (305-279-2328)
South Kendall Soccer Club (sksoccer.org) at Kendall Indian Hammocks Park, 11395 SW 79 St. (305-630-3314).
Southern Soccer Coalition-AYSO (kendallsoccer.com) at Millers Pond Park, 13350 SW 47 St. and Westwind Lakes Park, 6805 SW 152 Ave. (305-965-0083).
Muscle Milk Grant Program
CytoSport, the largest sports nutrition company in the United States and maker of Muscle Milk, announced the launch of the Muscle Milk Recovery Grant Program which will provide up to $250,000 in grants to help rebuild and revitalize high school athletic programs around the country.
Submissions for high school programs will be accepted on the Muscle Milk Facebook page www.facebook.com/musclemilk now through Nov. 30.
“High school athletic programs are critical to the overall development of student-athletes, and we are dedicated to helping them succeed,” CytoSport Chief Marketing Officer Nikki Brown said. “The Muscle Milk Recovery Grant Program is a great way we can provide financial resources to programs in need in local communities around the country.”
Grants will be awarded up to $25,000 per submission to programs that show a financial hardship outlined in the application process. Applicants must be at least 14-years-old and can nominate the high school of their choice on the Muscle Milk Facebook page www.facebook.com/musclemilk where they will be required to submit a written statement outlining their program’s needs, provide photos that support their request and will have the option to upload a video link to help further tell their story.
Applications will be accepted through Nov. 30 and recipient programs will be selected in January 2013.
In conjunction with the launch of the Muscle Milk Recovery Grant Program, Muscle Milk will also launch limited time packaging that includes a red, white and blue theme. A portion of sales from the patriotic packaging will go toward funding the Recovery Grant Program.
For information on the Muscle Milk Recovery Grant Program, visit www.facebook.com/musclemilk.
The National Milk Mustache “got milk?” campaign launched the call for entries for the 15th annual Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year (SAMMY) Awards.
The SAMMY scholarship recognizes 25 student-athletes who excel in academics, athletics, community service, leadership and who fuel their daily success with milk.
Milk Mustache celebrity judges will help select 25 winners from across the country who will receive a $7,500 college scholarship, an awards ceremony at Walt Disney World and an opportunity to appear in their own special Milk Mustache ad.
For complete contest rules and applications log onto facebook.com/MilkMustache where visitors can also learn more about the exclusive SAMMY awards weekend and view behind the scenes footage.
Stand Up! For Those Who Can’t, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering children, families and communities through (w)holistic programs in education, culture and the arts, and as fiscal agent for the Sunshine Child Wellness Collaborative, has received a $50,000 grant from the Aetna Foundation to implement “Sunshine Fit for Tots,” an obesity-prevention program developed by SCWC for 3-year-old children.
“One in five preschool-age children in the United States are overweight or obese. We recognize the need to start prevention at the earliest age possible to promote lifelong habits of health and wellness,” said Mary Rae Smith, president and founder of SCWC. “We want to bend the curve on childhood obesity and are grateful to the Aetna Foundation for this opportunity to enhance obesity prevention through exercise and nutrition programming.”
Through March 2013, 60 children from four early childhood centers in Miami-Dade will receive nutritional education and obesity-prevention activities through art classes and dance lessons. The centers selected to receive the program are Fantasyland Learning Center in Westchester; Happy Kids in Miami Beach; Happy Children of Overtown; and Alberto’s Dream Childcare in North Miami.
“We thank the Aetna Foundation for awarding us this grant,” said Jeannette Egozi, president of SUFTWC. “In the United States, low-income families are the most affected by the alarming obesity trend. With these funds we can teach children how to eat healthfully and be physically active throughout their lives.”
For information about “Sunshine Fit for Tots” call the Sunshine Child Wellness Collaborative at 305-807-5229 or Stand Up! at 305-864-5237, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jai-alai is open to anyone, age 10 to 80.
With a rubber ball and cestas, the amateur jai-alai facility is at 1935 NE 150th St. in North Miami, near FIU’s north campus.
It is indoors, air-conditioned and open to all. Contact Luis at 305-389-2313 or Bob at 786-556-3574.
Who said you have to be a male to play Jai Alai? Just as many females play the sport in Spain, France and Mexico, and gals can play it in South Florida at an amateur indoor air-conditioned fronton.
There are also leagues for males and children. Rubber or plastic balls used with free lessons by former pros. Cestas and balls also provided free with a nominal court fee.
Open everyday. Email admanUSA@aol.com or call Brucio 786-629-5428. The American Amateur Jai-Alai Academy is a not-for-profit organization.
CB Sports Leagues
CB Sports Club offers Youth Basketball, Flag Football, Youth Soccer, Adult Soccer and Adult Basketball. Visit cbsportsclub.com. Call 786-273-5639.
Miami-Dade Parks welcomes children with disabilities in its youth leagues. If you need accommodations to participate, call 305-735-7847 (V/TDD).