Miami Xtreme Super Bowl
Kike Enrique Martinez returned an interception 30 yards for the winning score (in the second quarter) as the Kendall Boys & Girls Club Kolts football team edged the previously unbeaten West Miramar Patriots 12-6 for the Miami Xtreme 11U (105 pounds) Super Bowl at Milander Park in Hialeah.
Trailing 6-0 in the second quarter, game offensive MVP Kalani Norris-Hayes evened things for the Kolts with a 30-yard touchdown run.
Neither team scored in the second half.
The crowd erupted when Edward Arza made a huge hit to break up a pass play in the fourth quarter. Rudy Puig, the game’s defensive MVP, had a sack and a pass break-up in the fourth quarter. Also in the fourth quarter, Gabe Alonso and Jose Fonseca combined on a sack, Arza broke up another pass, and Stephen Roig made a touchdown-saving tackle.
Champions: Kendall Boys & Girls Club Kolts (13-1): Rudy Puig, Kalani Norris-Hayes, Justin Valdes, Nicholas Vives, Brandon McDuffey, Edward Arza, Andres Garcia, Gabriel Alonso, Stephen Roig, Andrew Brown, Dylan Vento, Jose Fonseca, Victor Bisbal, Kesean Norris-Hayes, James Gonzalez, Alec Olmedillo, Max Cuevas, Matthew Enriquez, Austin Leon, Alberto Arazoza, Enrique Jimenez, Michael Puig, Ryan Bermudez, Ryan Vento, Samuel Diaz, Gabriel Rios and Enrique Martinez.
Game note: This marked the third Super Bowl win for Arza. He won two prior with the Overtown Rattlers in Pop Warner.
• 12U (120 pounds): The West Miramar Patriots beat the South Miami Grey Ghosts 26-19. Trailing 26-6, the Grey Ghosts scored twice in the second half to make things close. Trevor Colmery scored on a 45-yard punt return and a 1-yard run.
Runners-up: South Miami Grey Ghosts (11-2): Trevor Colmery, Frank Ladson, Jacoby Graggs, Ahmad Harrell, Justin Diaz, Nicholas Graham, Anthony Arguelles, Luis Arenado, Basilio Fernandez, Lawrence Williams, Xavier Burns, Carlos Jacoby, Westley Neal, Jaron Jones, Axel Rizo and David Soloman.
Game note: It was South Miami’s third consecutive runner-up finish.
• 8U (75 pounds): Quarterback Jack Rivas-Vazquez scored the winner as the unbeaten Key Biscayne Key Rats defeated the Miami Springs Hawks 16-8 in the Miami Xtreme Super Bowl at Milander Park in Hialeah. The Key Rats finished the season 13-0. Jack is in the gifted program in Ms. Coleman’s third grade class at Key Biscayne Community School.
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• More Miami Xtreme Super Bowl information next week.
Florida Youth Football League Super Bowl
The fourth time was the charm and the ring for Deandre Miles of the Miami Gardens Bulldogs Unlimiteds.
Miles threw a touchdown pass and scored on a run as the Bulldogs won the inaugural Florida Youth Football League Super Bowl by beating the Northwest Broward Raiders 14-7 at Blanche Ely High School in Pompano Beach.
It marked the fourth consecutive Super Bowl appearance for Miles, finishing runner-up the prior three times. Miles and his teammates earned champion medals and Super Bowl rings as rapper, singer, songwriter, businessman, philanthropist and FYFL founder Flo Rida provided team trophies, medals, rings and crystal MVP awards.
Miami Gardens middle linebacker and running back Wesley Dareus was also outstanding, and he received the crystal Super Bowl MVP award.
Trailing 7-0 in the third quarter, the Bulldogs D’Angelo Eiland scored on a 40-yard pass play from Miles. Jarius Jones kicked the 2-pointer with Miles the holder, and the Bulldogs led 8-7.
In the fourth quarter, Mario Boone and Eiland made tackles for losses for Miami Gardens, and Tyler Moore recovered a fumble to help set-up Miles’ 1-yard score. Center Vilier Delepine paved the way for that breathing-room touchdown with 1:05 remaining.
Jarius Jones made a tackle on the ensuing kick coverage for the Bulldogs, and then DeAven Burns, Travis Jones and Lamar Smith helped seal the win. Defensive tackle Darrian Lee and defensive end Voshon Ochoe also played well for Miami Gardens (10-2).
• 115: The unbeaten Fort Lauderdale Hurricanes (13-0) won the Super Bowl, beating the Northside Panthers. Gerard Nesbitt was named game MVP. It marked the fifth consecutive Super Bowl win for the Hurricanes, formerly with the South Florida Youth Football League.
• 70: Fort Lauderdale Hurricanes 6, Miami Gardens Bulldogs 0: Trailing 6-0, the Bulldogs’ Jermaine Morrell raced 23 yards on third-and-7 to the Fort Lauderdale 4-yard line with 3:05 to play, but then the Hurricanes defense stiffened to seal the FYFL Super Bowl win and shutout. The Bulldogs finished 9-2.
• 90: Fort Lauderdale Hurricanes 20, Miami Gardens Bulldogs 6: The Bulldogs’ Tyrone Maxwell scored on a 45-yard run with 3:12 left in the game to avoid the shutout. Miami Gardens finished 11-2.
• 80: Fort Lauderdale Hurricanes 25, Northside Panthers 0.
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• More FYFL Super Bowl information next week.
The unbeaten Tacolcy Raiders 105s tackle football team traveled from Liberty City to St. Cloud and defeated the Creekside Outlaws 8-0 in the region finals of the Pop Warner Tournament, qualifying for nationals.
The holiday win marked the first time since Tacolcy’s sports program began more than 30 years ago that it has reached nationals, which are at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista.
The Raiders feature 27 boys, age 10-11, who have been loyal and hardworking throughout the season.
“It’s been a long wait and a lot of effort put into Tacolcy bringing its football program up to this level,” Raiders coach Stephon McGill said. “This will be a great experience for our players to make history.”
Cedric Hooper, the athletic director at Tacolcy, added: “I know what God’s glory looks like and what He can do... I’m happy for my players and my coaches because I know this is the result of obedience and hard work paying off. The kids have worked so very hard.”
For information about Tacolcy’s Sports Development Program, contact Hooper at 305-751-1295 ext. 128. To learn more about Tacolcy, its signature programs and services, or how you can get involved, visit www.tacolcy.org.
The seventh annual USTA/Jaimes Tennis Girls’ 14 Designated at the Paul J. Maxwell Tennis Center was a tremendous success. The top players in Florida in the Girls’ 14 age bracket traveled to Pembroke Pines for valuable ranking points and a lot of fun for a great cause, the fight of cancer.
Players, parents, coaches and spectators were asked to wear pink for the weekend in support of the fight of breast cancer as well as to support the theme of an all girls’ weekend. Besides the top level tennis, the girls competed for such valuable titles as Pinkest Player, Friendliest Player (as voted by their peers), SportsGirlship (as voted by the staff) and top three cupcake champions.
A cupcake bake sale supports the American Cancer Society (Team Determination). Players are asked to bake homemade cupcakes which are judged by taste, appearance and the name they select. Also included is a professional bakery division where local bakeries compete against each other for top cupcake as determined by a panel of judges. In addition, the tournament awarded prizes to the top moms, dad and sisters for their support of the pink as well as their favorite players.
Student volunteers from the Jaimes Tennis Program sold the cupcakes and created a drive through cupcake service at the stop sign on 72nd Avenue to the entrance of Maxwell Park.
“It was amazing the generosity that was shown,” Tournament Director Lynn Jaimes said. “We raised more than $400 in cupcake sales through donations and sales. We would like to thank the Pembroke Pines community for their support of this annual event.”
Alisa’s Painted Bistro in Aventura won for best professional bakery, and Melissa Plambeck won for her Think Pink cupcake. Melissa traveled from Bradenton to compete in the tournament.
Other winners include: Pinkest Players: Kayce Moore from Boca Raton, Cheyenne Lilienthal from Wesley Chapel and Sophia Edwards from Sarasota. Top Moms: Hilda Mendez, mom of player Karla Mendez; Caroline Edwards, mom of Sophia Edwards; and Grazia Fabrizi, mom of Laura Fabrizi. Top Dad: USTA Competitive Tennis Coordinator Andy Gladstone who is dad to Mira Gladstone. Top Sisters: Sami Kennedy, sister of Stevie Kennedy, and Patricia Mendez, sister to Karla Mendez. SportsGirlship: Amanda Meyer of Hypoluxo. Friendliest Player: Boca Raton’s Angelica Blake.
On the court, 12-year-old lefty Emma Decoste of Stuart won the singles and doubles titles. Polina Kiseleva from Plantation, who earlier upset top seeded Rehanna Butt from Palm Harbor, was the runner-up. In the finals, Decoste won a tough three-set battle with Kiseleva 6-1, 5-7, 11-9.
Sophia Edwards beat Rehanna Butt 7-5, 6-1 for third place. Shene Disbergen defeated Laura Fabrizi 6-2, 6-0 for fifth.
Decoste paired with Sasha Belaya to upset top seeded Laura Fabrizi of Weston and Cheyenne Lilienthal of Wesley Chapel 8-3 in the doubles finals.
For information on Jaimes Tennis Management Inc. or the 2013 USTA/Jaimes Tennis Girls’ 14 Designated, call Lynn Jaimes at 305-588-0564.
The Herbert Ammons Middle School boys’ varsity cross-country team finished first of 26 teams at the Florida State Middle School Championships at Holloway Park in Lakeland.
The boys’ race was 2.1 miles. The champs are eighth grader Nick Cummings (sixth in 11 minutes 13 seconds), seventh grader Guillermo Rojas (eighth, 11:18), eighth grader Javier Arriaga (12th, 11:22), eighth grader Charlie Garza (27th, 11:54), eighth grader Jose Perez (32nd, 11:56), eighth grader Stephen Rodriguez (33rd, 11:58) and seventh grader Brannon Brisbane (40th, 12:06). The coach is Jorge Parra.
The girls were seventh of 23 teams in the 2.1-mile run. Eighth grader Veronica Barreiro (16th in 12 minutes 54 seconds), seventh grader Taylor Tejera (27th, 13:13), seventh grader Brianna Vergara (50th, 13:51), seventh grader Brianna Diaz (59th, 14:01), seventh grader Zynia Alvarez (60th, 14:02) and eighth grader Alondra Ortiz (86th, 14:28) led the team.
Highland Oaks cross-country
With five scorers setting personal best times, the Highland Oaks Middle School junior varsity boys’ cross-country team was second of 20 teams during the Miami-Dade County Middle School Championships at Larry & Penny Thompson Park.
Co-Captain Jamir Ferguson won the individual title, covering the 2.1-mile course in 12 minutes 22 seconds to best a field of 166 runners and cap an undefeated season. Derrick Spicer finished second in 12:55, followed by Jared Ratner in 12th (13:36), Euniel Fortunato in 13th (13:36) and Elijah Deravil in 27th (14:00). Cameron Ross also set a personal best (18:42).
For the varsity boys, co-Captain Malik Watson finished eighth out of 168 runners in a personal best 12:50. Adrian Stevenson (15:39), Mina Beckheit (17:14), Gregory Hutnik (17:37) and Michael Williams (18:13) also ran their fastest times of the season.
Girls’ Captain Caroline Williams was 27th of 117 finishers in 16:47 in the varsity girls’ race. The junior varsity girls were led by Shaddi Abdala, who was 33rd of 123 runners in a personal best 17:38, and Emily Palmeiro, who ran her season best 17:50 for 37th.
Miami Country Day top athletes
Miami Country Day: Middle School Female Athlete of the Week: Channise Lewis, as an 8th grader starting on the high school varsity basketball team, combined for 37 points, 24 assists and 20 rebounds in wins against Palm Beach Gardens, Doctors Charter, Archbishop McCarthy and Calvary Christian.
Middle School Male Athlete of the Week: Santiago Nule (soccer) combined for two goals and two assists in games against Gulliver, Marathon, Cushman and Riviera.
Upper School Female Athlete of the Week: Danielle Minott (basketball) combined for 69 points, 48 rebounds and 24 steals in wins against Palm Beach Gardens, Doctors Charter, Archbishop McCarthy, Coral Springs Christian and Calvary Christian.
Upper School Male Athlete of the Week: Brandon Parizo (basketball) combined for 87 points, 22 rebounds and 16 steals in games against Sheridan Hills Christian, Ransom Everglades, Hebrew Academy, Palmer-Trinity and Coral Shores.
Spartan Super Fan: Elizabeth Whittington (English teacher).
Scheck Hillel top athletes
Scheck Hillel Community School in North Miami Beach: Upper School Male Athlete of the Week: Albert Dichy (soccer) scored three key goals in wins against Palmer Trinity and International Studies as the high school varsity team improved to 4-0.
Upper School Female Athlete of the Week: Team captain Carli Scheck (soccer) scored three times against Archbishop Curley to secure the high school varsity team’s first district win.
Four Columbus High School senior baseball players signed NCAA Division I letters of intent during a ceremony at the school, hosted by Columbus baseball coach Joe Weber and school administrators. Signing were Bryan Garcia (University of Miami), Cristian Perez (Duke University), Lazaro Rivera (University of Miami) and Eddie Rodriguez (Lehigh University).
Miami Country Day cheerleading
With amazing leadership from senior captains Danielle Tepper and Giulia Dias Roncoletta, the Miami Country Day School varsity cheerleaders personified team, displaying tremendous team spirit.
Giulia suffered a knee injury that ended her season, so up-n-coming captain Kanesha Petit-Phar stepped up. Next season’s tri-captains are Mharlove Andre, Emmanuela Brandariz and Petit-Phar.
Conchita Espinosa sports
Alfredo Silva pitched a no-hitter, striking out eight in five innings to lead the Conchita Espinosa Academy Middle School Cougars baseball team over the Tamiami Yankees 5-1 at Bird Lake Park.
Justin Bezanilla hit an opposite field home run, driving in two runs in the third inning, and Nick Frades hit a two-run double in the fourth. This varsity team, consisting of 6th, 7th and 8th grade students, is on a 10-game win streak.
The Cougars also beat the Tamiami Tigers 12-0 at Bird Lake Park. Javier Martinez pitched a complete game shutout, striking out six and allowing one hit. Frades delivered a two-run triple in the third that broke the game open.
• The Cougars middle school boys’ soccer team defeated Heritage School 7-0. Hector Mata had four goals, and Frankie Puentes scored twice. Rodrigo Aragon added a goal. Alfredo Silva, the goalie, made two great saves.
• The Cougars middle school girls’ soccer team, 7th and 8th graders, defeated Divine Savior 4-1. Naomi Hasegawa scored twice, and Isabella Billau and Nicole Ruiz-Sierra also scored.
Events, leagues, programs
Orange Bowl swimming
Collegiate swimmers and future Olympians will compete in the Orange Bowl Swim Classic on Jan. 3 at the Jacobs Aquatic Center, mile marker 99.6 oceanside in Key Largo.
Part of a month-long Orange Bowl training session held each year in the Keys, the classic hosts some of the nation’s finest competitors. The sprint-style meet features 20 fast-paced swimming events measured by a state-of-the-art timing system.
Of more than a dozen college teams scheduled to attend winter training, eight will compete in the swimming classic including George Mason University from Fairfax, Va., University of Michigan from Ann Arbor and Dartmouth College from Hanover, N.H.
Some notable 2012 Olympians have either trained at the Jacobs Aquatic Center swimming facility or participated in the Orange Bowl Swim Classic. They include top women’s swimming medalist Missy Franklin (four gold, one bronze), three-time swimming medalist Nathan Adrian and freestyle swimmers Kate Ziegler and George Bovell who represented Trinidad and Tobago at the London games.
“Key Largo is quickly becoming a much sought-after place for training,” said Dr. Jim Boilini, event chairman, who also serves on the board of directors of the Jacobs Aquatic Center. “Key Largo’s weather, a first-class training facility, the community’s embrace and the lure of the Orange Bowl is a great combination.”
The competition is expected to start at 2 p.m. and continue until 4 p.m. Admission is free.
A post-contest awards social and dinner will commence at the Jacobs Aquatic Center following the meet. Spectators who reserve ahead can attend the dinner and interact with the swimmers and coaches. Event contact: jacobsaquaticcenter.org or 305-453-SWIM (305-453-7946).
Howard Palmetto baseball, softball
Registration for the 2013 Howard Palmetto Baseball & Softball winter season has started. Go to www.howardpalmetto.com to sign up.
The season starts in January and continues through April/May. Registration fees are $219 for baseball, $195 for softball and $185 for T-ball. Registration includes T-ball Titans for boys and girls age 4-6; baseball for boys age 6-15; high school boys’ baseball for grades 10-12; fast-pitch softball for girls age 6-17.
Games are at Evelyn Greer Park, Suniland Park, Palmetto Bay, Coral Reef and Chapman Field. Register online or for information, visit www.howardpalmetto.com.
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.
The Thunder Academy Winter Youth Basketball League is now 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.
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.
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.
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).
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).