Sports Briefs: Wednesday, Feb. 4
Community Athletic Coordinating Council meeting tonight
The Community Athletic Coordinating Council, an organization consisting of representatives of youth and adult sports organizations in South Lake Tahoe, will hold a meeting Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 5:15 p.m. in the Lake Tahoe Unified School District Boardroom.
The meeting is open to the public, and all interested community members are invited to attend — topics to be discussed include election of 2015 officers along with project review and update. For more info, call Steve Morales at (530) 543-2219.
Kahle open adult basketball league registration open for returning teams
Registration for Kahle Community Center’s open adult basketball league for returning teams began Monday and will run until Wednesday, Feb. 18. For new teams, registration will start Thursday, Feb. 19 until the leagues are full.
Cost is $450 per team, and games will be played on Tuesdays and Thursdays with a separate league for each day — the season starts the week of March 17 at Kahle Community Center. For more info, call (775) 586-7271.
Registration for Kiddie Kickers at Kahle begins Thursday
Kiddie Kickers is returning to Kahle Community Center this spring, and registration begins Thursday, Feb. 5 until the program is full. Kiddie Kickers is open to children ages 4 and 5 — participants must be 4 years old by April 1 to participate.
Cost for the program is $45, and the league will run Sundays from March 22 through May 17 at Kahle Community Center — volunteer coaches are also needed. For more info, call (775) 586-7271.
High Sierra Lacrosse League youth registration open
High Sierra Lacrosse League is now accepting registrations for its 2015 spring youth lacrosse season. The league is open to boys and girls in second through eighth grade, and both beginning and experienced players are welcome.
There are programs in three locations: South Reno (Mt. Rose Rattlers), North Reno (Outlaws) and Spanish Springs-Sparks (Cougars). The spring youth lacrosse season runs March 9 through June 6 — the general format is two practices per week, with games on Saturdays. Reno-Sparks teams compete against youth teams from Truckee, North Tahoe and Fallon.
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