Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008

Holy Redeemer teams win playoff games

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The Holy Redeemer varsity girls’ basketball team improved to 8-0 with a 32-13 victory against Mary of Nazareth on Sunday in the first round of the District Tournament. Brianna Lawton led the way with 10 points. Tiffany Padgett and Megan Scribner each had seven points. Monica Llerena added four points, and Stephanie Beatty and Alyssa Howard each had two points. Rebecca Brown and Lauren Buckholtz also contributed in the victory.

JV girls win

The Holy Redeemer JV girls’ basketball team was a 28-24 winner against St. Pius X in the first round of the playoffs. Ali Andrews led Holy Redeemer with nine points. Kelly Gorman added eight points and Daryn Robinson had four. Erin Bistany added three points and AnnaLena Pirovic and Emma Davis each had two points. Sophia Galvan and Caitlyn Brown led the way on defense, and Margerie Snider and Jamie McCauley each had several rebounds.

Beltsville-Adelphiholds registration

The Beltsville-Adelphi Boys and Girls Club is holding registration for spring sports. Register online at www.Beltsvilleadelphi.com or in person from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday evenings at the club, 11705 Robey Ave. in Beltsville. Spring sports include clinic soccer for ages 4-7, soccer for ages 7-18, T-ball for ages 5-7, coach-pitch baseball for ages 7-9, baseball for ages 10-14 and softball for ages 7-14. Registration ends Feb. 15. The annual membership fee per family is $40.

Cheerleadingsessions available

The Beltsville-Adelphi Boys and Girls club is holding cheerleading technique and skills sessions for ages 5 to 16 each Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For information, send an e-mail to beltsvilleadelphi@verizon.net or log on to www.Beltsvilleadelphi.com.

Basketball events planned

The Maryland Ruff Riders are hosting the Hoops Explosion youth basketball tournament the weekend of Feb. 22-24. The tournament is open to all boys and girls basketball teams in the U-8 through U-14 age groups. Registration is $250 per team. There will be a DJ, raffles, fish fry and free entertainment. Call Steve Jiggetts at 240-463-5577.

The first March Madness Challenge Tournament for U-10 through U-12 boys will be held March 1-2 in Forestville. AAU age qualification rules apply. Each team is guaranteed three games. Call James Knox at 240-765-9132 or send an e-mail to juzrite4ever@yahoo.com or futureplayersbasketball@yahoo.com. The registration deadline is Feb. 18.

The Maryland Invitational Basketball Tournament seeks U-9 through U-14 boys’ teams to participate Feb. 15-18 at the Capital Sports Complex, 6417 Marlboro Pike in District Heights. Call 301-366-5404 or visit www.mithoops.org.

Flag football registration scheduled

The Prince George’s Stags Youth Organization is holding registration for ages 5 to 14 for spring flag football, cheerleading and tackle football. Call 301-386-4448 or 301-282-0054.

Soccer teams seek players

The U-13 Freestate Tornadoes travel soccer teams seeks one or two committed players for the spring season. An open tryout will be held on Saturday. Call coach Gary Worthman at 301-352-3365 or send an e-mail to gary.trains@verizon.net.

The PGC Galaxy boys’ soccer team is looking for players ages 10 to 12. Skill sessions are held from 6 to 7 p.m. Fridays at the North Brentwood Community Center, 4012 Webster Street in Brentwood. The fee is $40 for seven weeks. Send an e-mail to Sabrina at pgsoccer@yahoo.com.

The College Park Hornets, aU-11 MSI Classic League girls’ soccer team, is seeking players. The team emphasizes skills, fitness and game strategy. Contact Gail Belshay at gbelshay@umd.edu.

The Calverton Fireballs U-15 girls’ soccer team is looking for experienced players. The team plays in the Baltimore Beltway Soccer League and is for players born on or after Aug. 1, 1992. Call Diane or Harley Cahen at 301-699-2224.