Miami-Dade County

UnitedHealthCare IRONKIDS Miami Fun Run with triathlon champion Leanda Cave

Candy Sicle, director, UnitedHealthcare of Florida, (front, sunglasses) presents a $3,000 cheque to Tina Brown, executive director, Overtown Youth Center of Miami, (fifth from left holding baby) to support the center’s healthy living programs at the UnitedHealthcare IRONKIDS Miami Fun Run at Bayfront Park.
Candy Sicle, director, UnitedHealthcare of Florida, (front, sunglasses) presents a $3,000 cheque to Tina Brown, executive director, Overtown Youth Center of Miami, (fifth from left holding baby) to support the center’s healthy living programs at the UnitedHealthcare IRONKIDS Miami Fun Run at Bayfront Park. Gaston De Cardenas

The inaugural UnitedHealthcare IRONKIDS Miami Fun Run raced around Bayfront Park.

UnitedHealthcare mascot Dr. Health E. Hound kicked-off the race, joined by Leanda Cave, four-time World Triathlon champion, leading warm-up exercises and cheering on the runners as they crossed the finish line.

About 50 local youth, age 3-15, had the opportunity to run on the same course as the 2014 City Bikes IRONMAN 70.3 Miami triathlon. The fun run is for “triathletes to be” and aims to help stem the rising tide of childhood obesity through exercise and healthy lifestyles.

Before the fun run, UnitedHealthcare presented a $3,000 check to Tina Brown, executive director, Overtown Youth Center of Miami, to support its healthy living programs. The company also provided 100 free admissions to members, enabling youth who may face cost barriers to participate in the event.

This is the third year UnitedHealthcare is supporting IRONKIDS as part of the company’s commitment to help stem the rising tide of childhood obesity through healthy lifestyles.

Northwestern football

Defensive back Deandre Baker of Miami Northwestern High School has been selected to join an elite group of All-Americans for the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

Those selected will play in the annual East vs. West match-up on Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The game will be televised live on NBC at 1 p.m. EST and will feature the nation’s top 90 high school football players.

Baker will represent the East.

“Deandre and all of the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl players were selected not only for their ability on the football field, but also because they demonstrate mental, emotional and physical toughness – similar strengths to those of our Army Soldiers,” said Mark S. Davis, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for marketing. “We are pleased to welcome these talented athletes to this year’s showcase of athleticism, teamwork and excellence and we congratulate each of them on their selection.”

Baker was selected by the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Committee, which consists of All American Games, 247Sports and XOS Digital. U.S. Army All-Americans are eligible for the U.S. Army Player of the Year Award, the Anthony Muñoz Lineman of the Year Award, the American Family Insurance Defensive Player of the Year Award, the Pete Dawkin Game MVP Award and the Felix “Doc” Blanchard and Glenn Davis Awards.

As a result of Baker being selected for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, his head coach, Eddie Brown, is invited to travel to San Antonio to attend the U.S. Army Coaches Academy, an elite three-day learning experience, and participate in Bowl Week.

For 15 years, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl has been the nation’s premier high school football game, serving as the preeminent launching pad for America’s future college and NFL stars. Andrew Luck, Patrick Peterson and Jamaal Charles made their national debuts as U.S. Army All-Americans, and a total of seven U.S. Army All-American Bowl alumni were drafted in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. The 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl drew a crowd of 40,017 to the Alamodome.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is owned and produced by All American Games, a New Jersey-based sports marketing and event management company.

The U.S. Army is the title sponsor of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and American Family Insurance is the lead national sponsor and presenting sponsor of the telecast on NBC. Other national sponsors include adidas, Gatorade, San Antonio Visitors Bureau, 247Sports, XOS Digital, NCSA, Lockheed Martin, Xenith, Battle Sports Science, EvoShield, 23 Blast Movie, NewTek and Football University. National sponsors of the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band include: The National Association for Music Education, Drum Corps International, Jupiter Wind Instruments, Mapex Marching Percussion, Majestic Concert Percussion and DeMoulin Uniforms.

For information on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and its related events,

visit www.usarmyallamericanbowl.com and

www.goarmy.com/events/aab

or the official Facebook and Twitter pages at

http://www.facebook.com/USArmyAllAmericanBowl

and www.twitter.com/armyallamerican

Killian football

Defensive back Jaquan Johnson of Killian High School in Kendall has been selected to join an elite group of All-Americans for the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

Those selected will play in the annual East vs. West match-up on Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The game will be televised live on NBC at 1 p.m. EST and will feature the nation’s top 90 high school football players.

“Jaquan and all of the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl players were selected not only for their ability on the football field, but also because they demonstrate mental, emotional and physical toughness – similar strengths to those of our Army Soldiers,” said Mark S. Davis, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for marketing. “We are pleased to welcome these talented athletes to this year’s showcase of athleticism, teamwork and excellence and we congratulate each of them on their selection.”

Johnson was selected by the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Committee, which consists of All American Games, 247Sports and XOS Digital. U.S. Army All-Americans are eligible for the U.S. Army Player of the Year Award, the Anthony Muñoz Lineman of the Year Award, the American Family Insurance Defensive Player of the Year Award, the Pete Dawkins Game MVP Award and the Felix “Doc” Blanchard and Glenn Davis Awards.

As a result of Johnson being selected for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, his head coach Steve Smith is invited to travel to San Antonio to attend the U.S. Army Coaches Academy, an elite three-day learning experience, and participate in Bowl Week.

For 15 years, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl has been the nation’s premier high school football game, serving as the preeminent launching pad for America’s future college and NFL stars. Andrew Luck, Patrick Peterson and Jamaal Charles made their national debuts as U.S. Army All-Americans, and a total of seven U.S. Army All-American Bowl alumni were drafted in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. The 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl drew a crowd of 40,017 to the Alamodome.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is owned and produced by All American Games, a New Jersey-based sports marketing and event management company. The U.S. Army is the title sponsor of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and American Family Insurance is the lead national sponsor and presenting sponsor of the telecast on NBC. Other national sponsors include adidas, Gatorade, San Antonio Visitors Bureau, 247Sports, XOS Digital, NCSA, Lockheed Martin, Xenith, Battle Sports Science, EvoShield, 23 Blast Movie, NewTek and Football University. National sponsors of the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band include: The National Association for Music Education, Drum Corps International, Jupiter Wind Instruments, Mapex Marching Percussion, Majestic Concert Percussion and DeMoulin Uniforms.

For information on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and its related events,

visit www.usarmyallamericanbowl.com and

www.goarmy.com/events/aab

or the official Facebook and Twitter pages

at http://www.facebook.com/USArmyAllAmericanBowl

and www.twitter.com/armyallamerican

Columbus football

Christopher Columbus Head Coach Chris Merrit was named defensive coordinator for the 2015 U.S. Under-15 national team when the International Bowl series returns to Arlington, Texas in January and February 2015.

The games are a collaboration of the sport’s national governing bodies in each country – USA Football and Football Canada – featuring top student-athletes in one of football’s top annual international competitions.

The event will feature a week of practices and activities for five high school-aged U.S. national teams culminating with official international competitions.

The U.S. Under-18, Under-17, Under-16 and Under-15 teams will play Friday, Jan. 30 and Saturday, Jan. 31 at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. The U.S. Under-19 National Team will play Saturday, Feb. 7 at Maverick Stadium on the University of Texas-Arlington campus.

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Visit www.usafootball.com

Hochberg Prep sports

The Hochberg Prep Middle School girls’ basketball team remains undefeated in the 16-team Independent Athletic League after an impressive 36-14 win over Hebrew Academy. The team was led by Daniela Arionsky. Ahava Greenbaum, Ariel Fishman and Mia Ohana.

The Hochberg 4th grade flag football bounced back from a overtime loss to defeat Hebrew Academy 33-26 with touchdown passes from Meyer Cusnir and outstanding runs by Jack Harris.

The Hochberg 5th grade flag football team evened its record by beating Hebrew Academy 20-7. Pablo Sagrinache played well at quarterback and also made a stellar catch over two defenders. Arye Bloom and Solomon Sion led a strong defense that only allowed a late touchdown.

Miami Country Day sports

Middle School Female Athlete of the Week: Gaby Marchesani (swimming) helped the 200 individual medley relay team at the high school varsity level qualify for states.

Middle School Male Athlete of the Week: Ryan Mendelson (cross-country) was sixth for the Spartans and 40th overall in helping lead the high school varsity team to a runner-up trophy at regionals.

Upper School Male Athlete of the Week: Alex Cohen (cross-country) finished first for the Spartans and fifth overall in helping lead the varsity team to a runner-up trophy at regionals.

Upper School Female Athlete of the Week: Amanda Martin (soccer) scored nine goals in wins against Scheck Hillel Community School and Alonzo & Tracy Mourning Senior High School.

Scheck Hillel sports

Scheck Hillel Community Day School named seniors Julian Ribak and Nikki Scheck as its Student-Athletes of the Week for displaying offense and guidance on their respective varsity soccer teams.

Ribak provides sound leadership for the boys’ varsity soccer team. During a two-game stretch, he scored four goals.

Scheck is a strong leader on the girls’ varsity soccer team. Playing midifeld, she scored to help the Hurricanes shut out Hebrew Academy 8-0.

Palmer Trinity sports

Palmer Trinity School Athletes of the Week

Miguel Gonzalez scored the winner in the boys’ varsity soccer team’s 1-0 victory over SLAM Charter School.

Sofia Rivas scored twice to help the girls’ varsity soccer team beat district opponent Sagemont.

Julio Eduardo Hernandez had a hat trick (three goals) in the middle school junior varsity 4-0 win against Doctors Charter School.

Claire Hebb led the girls’ varsity basketball team with 12 points as the Falcons beat Archbishop Carroll 58-8.

About Palmer Trinity School: Palmer Trinity School—a coeducational, Episcopal day school—provides a rigorous college preparatory curriculum that integrates knowledge, compassion and social responsibility, an essential goal of the school’s mission. Palmer Trinity School serves students from a broad range of socio-economic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds in grades 6-12.

For information about the school, visit www.palmertrinity.org. To follow Palmer Trinity School on Facebook, click here.

Tennis

Kids teams for players, age 10-18, from Miami won titles at the USTA Florida Southeast Team Tennis Challenge, presented by Wilson Racquet Sports and hosted by the Frank Veltri Tennis Center in Plantation.

The two-day tournament hosted divisions including 10-under Advanced, 12-under, 14-under, and 18-under, with three skill divisions: novice, intermediate and advanced.

Age 12- to 18-and-under intermediate/advanced teams required a minimum of two boys and two girls. 10-and-under advanced and all novice teams are gender-blind, with a minimum of four players and a maximum of eight players.

Championship and finalist teams:

10-Under Advanced Division: Winner: Miami

Alejandro Maya, Yuvel Ubri, Julia Lares, Sofia Maya, Captain Kara Borromeo.

12U-14U Novice Division: Finalist: Miami

Ashley Moon, Meghana Varanasi, Pierre Couto, Eric Bernards, Captain Kara Borromeo.

12U-14U Intermediate Division: Finalist: Polonsky’s Tennis Super Heroes (Polonsky Tennis Academy, Doral)

Kevin Rui, Katerina Balshem, Sebastian Murguia, Patrick Kettel, Beatriz Avila-Rimer, Antonio Filipe, Sara Posada, Madison Campus, Captain Fernando Guevara.

14U-18U Intermediate Division: Finalist: Miami #1

Angela Moon, Anrew Lasara, Aleksa Andrejevic, Victor Oliveira, Daniel Mandoza, Angelica Rodrique, Captain Leroy Petities.

USTA Florida Team Tennis Challenges for kids are BYOT (bring your own team) events and do not require previous team tennis league participation. Both USTA members and non-members can participate. Registration is $35 for USTA members, $45 for non-members.

For info or to see a calendar of upcoming events go to

http://www.usptaplayer.com/communities/usta_florida.

More events, leagues, programs

Soccer tournament

The Come Make A Difference 5v5 Soccer Tournament to support Special Olympics is Dec. 6 at Kendall Soccer Park.

There are boys and girls divisions (U6, U8, U10, U12, U14, U16) and men and women’s open, over 35 and coed divisions.

There will also be a Special Olympic athletes division and a Unified Family Division which means people with and without disabilities can play on the same team. Now the parent instead of just cheering from the sidelines can play with his or her child and even give them the assist and hug them after a goal.

A free soccer clinic, featuring five World Cup ambassadors, is scheduled for all athletes with special needs.

The ambassadors are a Who’s Who of soccer royalty including Teofilo Nene Cubillas (World Cup player for Peru in 1970, 1978, 1982; Peru’s greatest soccer player; world’s Top 50 player all-time), Enrique Borja (World Cup player from Mexico 1966, 1970), Pavel Pardo (World Cup player from Mexico 1998, 2006), Luis Carlos Perea (World Cup player from Colombia 1990, 1994), and Fernando Fiore (former Univision sportscaster who covered World Cups in 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014).

A Celebrity Unified match with the ambassadors, athletes and special guests will follow.

Teams that sign up through the link have the option to fund raise for their team. There is also a volunteer link.

The website is www.so5v5miami.com

Registration and donation page http://www.firstgiving.com/sofl/special-olympics-5v5-futbol-tournament

Volunteer page http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0a4dacaa2da20-special1

Any questions, call 786-361-6363 or e-mail ccubillas@specialolympics.org.

Kendall Hammocks baseball

The Kendall Hammocks Optimist Baseball program announces the registrations dates and times for the Spring season.

For registration, a copy of the birth certificate is required for new players and is for age verification only

Space will be limited in divisions 6U Coach Pitch, 8U Coach Pitch, 10U, 12U, 14U.

Register (in person) 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 29 at Devonaire Park, 10411 SW 122 Ave., 33186.

Fee: $190 with uniforms and $160 without uniforms.

Opening Day is Jan. 10.

For added information email khobaseball@aol.com or visit www.khobaseball.org

The KHO Baseball program is under the Optimist Club of Kendall Hammocks and is an all-volunteer organization.

Football

The FBU National Championship kicks off Dec. 6 at 16 venues across America, with the winners advancing to round 2 on Dec. 7.

The structure of the Football University National Championship is a combination of the Little League World Series and the NCAA March Madness. The single-elimination tournament, features 192-region-based teams (64-teams in each age bracket – 6th, 7th and 8th grade) comprised of the top 30 all-star athletes from their area who had to try out to earn a roster spot.

The first four rounds will occur at regional sites, with the semifinals and championship weekend Dec. 20-21 in Naples for the final four teams in each age bracket.

Miami-Dade County youth athletes have been given the extraordinary honor of participating in the tournament beginning Dec. 6. Sixth graders, seventh graders, and eighth graders were selected to play for the FBU Miami-Dade County Team in each of their grade levels. Each team, comprised of top football players from through the county, will be competing in full contact football games with the ultimate goal of advancing to the championship in Naples.

The Miami-Dade County team, led by State Director Damian Sosa, will begin the tournament on Dec. 6 in West Palm Beach.

This year’s tournament marks the fourth year of the biggest youth football event to date, with 192 teams nationwide, including more than 250 games, 6,000 athletes and 1,200 coaches. The tournament will showcase 250 games through a three-week period, resulting in more than 1,000 hours of play.

Visit www.fbunc.com

Football

The fifth annual National Bowl, featuring some of the best FCS (NCAA Division I-AA) players in the country, is Dec 5-7 at Florida International University at Alfonso Field at FIU Stadium in Miami.

Representatives from 10 Nteams attended in 2013, and NFilms distributed game film to teams. Fifteen players in the past two years participated in Ncamps, seven in 2013.

NATIONALBOWL.ORG

FCSBOWL.COM

Heads Up

Former tight end Troy Drayton played nine seasons in the NFL, including 1996-99 with the Miami Dolphins, and he is the Dolphins’ youth program coordinator.

Drayton added a new title to his résumé — NAmbassador for Heads Up Football.

The Nand USA Football jointly announced the national launch of Heads Up Football, a youth football program aimed at making football better and safer for all who play it. The program is being supported with a $1.5 million grant from the NFoundation.

Three million kids already play tackle football, and the game can be even safer. Heads Up Football includes a tackling model that removes the head from the game.

Heads Up Football has five core elements: The use of the Heads Up Tackling model; coaching certification; Player Safety Coaches; concussion education; and proper equipment-fitting.

The program was launched in three test markets last year. This year, it expanded to more than 600 youth leagues in 50 states. Of these leagues, 100 were assigned a former Nplayer mentor. Drayton served as a mentor to a local Heads Up League — the Tamiami Colts of the Miami Xtreme Youth Football League.

Florida Christian lacrosse

Florida Christian School Athletic Director Ed Riggan, announced that FCS Athletics will offer lacrosse at the JV level for the spring of the 2014-15 school year. For information call 305-226-8152 or visit www.floridachristian.org.

ThunderPlex

Thunder Athletix and Brain Gymnasium LLC teamed to offer a complete fitness program of body and mind at the new ThunderPlex, 1440 NW 82 Ave. in Doral.

Students can improve their basketball skills and physical fitness, as well as strengthen their academic skills through specialized tutoring programs. They can have fun and finish their homework.

The mission is to teach the principles, fundamentals and basic skills of the game to children age 5-17.

Brain Gymnasium offers specialized tutoring, homework help, FCAT Prep, SAT/ACT Prep, and Entrance Exam Prep. Their degreed, professional and experienced teachers provide a simple and exciting approach to learning.

For information on special packages, after school programs and summer programs,

visit www.jointhunder.com ; contact@jointhunder.com or call 786-505-5585.

For information on Brain Gymnasium, visit www.braingymnasium.org or call 305-788-7339.

Thunder basketball

Thunder Basketball opened its new year-round facility at ThunderPlex, 1440 NW 82th Ave., Doral.

The mission is to teach the principles, fundamentals and basic skills of the game. It stresses the importance of team and sportsmanship.

Thunder also encourages players to succeed in the classroom and all aspects of life.

For information visit www.jointhunder.com

Registration is open.

Email contact@jointhunder.com or call 786-505-5585.

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 raising funds.

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.

Tamiami basketball

Tamiami youth basketball registration is open for girls and boys ages 5 to 16.

Email Tamiamibasketball@gmail.com or call 305 -273-1145.

Tennis

USTA Florida and the USTA Florida Section Foundation announced a landmark three-way agreement with Special Olympics Florida to provide more tennis playing opportunities to athletes in Florida.

The formal agreement builds on the existing support that USTA Florida and its charitable arm have provided to local Special Olympics programs by offering free 10 and Under Tennis workshops, grants and other resources to providers that offer tennis programs to Special Olympics athletes.

Likewise, Special Olympics Florida will encourage their athletes to participate in USTA Florida programs and events.

To get a program started, Special Olympics coaches may apply for a USTA Florida Section Foundation equipment grant for adaptive tennis equipment and other program needs by contacting Jessica Flynn at Special Olympics Florida.

For additional training opportunities and training resources, contact Linda Curtis at the USTA Florida Section Foundation at www.USTAFloridaFoundation.com.

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.

Marlins Tours

The Miami Marlins offer behind-the-scenes tours of Marlins Park. The tours are open to the public on non-event days for $10 per 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 of 10 to 25 people are available by appointment.

For more information, fans can call 1-877-MARLINS or e-mail tours@marlins.com. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket windows on Felo Ramirez Drive (Northwest Sixth Street between 14th and 15th avenues) and are for the time and date specified.

Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.

HOF baseball

Hall Of Fame Baseball is sponsoring travel baseball teams for 11-12, 13-14, 15-18 (high school) players.

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.

Youth Rugby South Miami

The Miami Rugby Youth Division, for boys ages 6-18, practices from 6 to 8 p.m. Mondays at Murray Park and Wednesdays at Palmer Park, 6120 SW 67th Ave., South Miami. Call 305-400-0134, ext. 101.

Visit www.miamirugbykids.com.

Soccer 5 Academy

Soccer 5 Academy Mini Soccer Program, also referred to as small-sided soccer, is at three Miami-Dade County-owned parks — Tropical Park (7900 Bird Rd.), Kendall Soccer Park (8011 SW 127th Ave.) and Amelia Earhart Park (401 E. 65th St., Hialeah).

Headed by Soccer 5’s Director of Coaching Development Alan Georgeson, who has more than 15 years of experience in Europe in mini/small-sided soccer, kids 3 to 12 years old will learn the history of mini soccer, the basics of how to play, reasons why mini soccer is the preferred form of soccer for kids, youth and even adults, and will have the opportunity to play in “3v3” to “7v7” matches.

The three locations make mini/small-sided soccer available across the county, providing a greater opportunity for children and families to access the proper 4G turf game fields specifically designed for “5v5,” “6v6” and “7v7” games.

With smaller fields, mini soccer is much easier for young children or children who have never played. In addition, mini soccer is designed for competition among teams with fewer players, providing more opportunity for pick-up games, as well as more opportunity to play the ball making mini soccer popular with older players, too.

For more information or to register, visit www.miamisoccer5.com.

Rebelle volleyball

Rebelle Athletics Club offers girls’ volleyball tryouts at Archbishop Curley Notre Dame High School, 4949 NE Second 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 the Alonzo & Tracy Mourning Senior High School Biscayne Bay Campus.

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.

Visit www.rebelleathletics.com.

Jai-Alai

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. Call Luis at 305-389-2313 or Bob at 786-556-3574.

Jai-Alai for women

Who said you have to be a male to play jai-alai? Just as females play the sport in Spain, France and Mexico, women can play it in South Florida at the amateur indoor, air-conditioned fronton at 1935 NE 150 St., North Miami, near FIU’s North Campus.

There are also leagues for males and children. Rubber or plastic balls are used with free lessons by former pros. Cestas and balls are also provided free with a nominal court fee. Open every day. Email admanUSA@aol.com or call Brucio 786-629-5428. The American Amateur Jai-Alai Academy is a not-for-profit organization.

Physically Challenged

Miami-Dade Parks welcomes children with disabilities in its youth leagues. If you need accommodations to participate, call 305-735-7847 (V/TDD).

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