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Loudoun County and Fauquier County sports announcements


NOMINATIONS: Lower Loudoun Little League Hall of Fame is seeking nominations for its 2013 roster. To nominate a former player, coach, umpire or league administrator, e-mail a short explanation of why the person should be considered to ste

PLAYERS: Ashburn Bulldogs 14-and- younger team seeks players for the spring. Players must attend winter workout sessions at Diamond Sports Training every Sunday from Jan. 6 through March 24. Players must be 14 as of next April 30. Contact Sonny Cachuela, 571-271-5635 or

T-BALL: i9 Sports of Loudoun County is registering players ages 3-6 for spring T-ball. Go to for information.


TOURAMENT: Foxcroft School will hold the fourth annual “Think Pink” basketball tournament for its main fundraising event. Varsity, junior varsity and middle school teams will compete. Begins at 9 a.m., Jan. 12, Foxcroft School, 22407 Foxhound Lane, Midddleburg. Contact Cathrine Wolf at 540-687-4511 or, or go to

PLAYERS: Dulles Youth basketball, grades 1-3, will register players until capacity is reached. $110 a child. Questions: Kim Prince, 703-629-4746 or

PLAYERS: Winter Developmental Skills League for the Cascades, Sterling and Ashburn area, sponsored by i9 Sports of Loudoun County, is offering early-bird registration discounts for the winter league season, which begins in January, for ages 3 to 12. Go to for information or to register.

COACHES: Loudoun Freedom seeks coaches. Michael Turner,

CLINICS AND CAMPS: i9 sports is holding registration for ages 3-14, all skill levels. Visit

PLAYERS: Loudoun Triple Threat Amateur Athletic Union boys’ and girls’ basketball program seeks coaches and players looking to compete on a regional, state and national basis. Go to or e-mail .

FUNDAMENTALS: The Loudoun County parks and recreation department is registering boys and girls ages 3-5 to learn basketball fundamentals. Douglas Community Center, Leesburg. 703-771-5913 or


PLAYERS: Cavalier Lacrosse Club will field select boys teams for 11-and-younger, 13-and-younger, 15-and-younger and high school in the summer. Tryouts will be Jan. 20 at the following times: 11-and-younger to 15-and-younger, noon-1:15 p.m.; high-schoolers, 1:15-3 p.m., at Eagle Ridge Middle School, Ashburn. Information: or Bruce Lipson, 703-300-1494.


OFFICIALS: Northern Virginia Football Officials Association seeks officials and clock operators for high school games in Loudoun, Fairfax and Prince William counties. 540-837-1316,

OFFICIALS: Dulles Football Officials seek officials 15 and older for youth and middle-school-level games in Loudoun County. John Joback, 571-283-7464, or

PLAYERS: i9 Sports of Loudoun County is registering players ages 4-14 for its winter and spring flag football season. Go to


PLAYERS: LFC Raiders seek players for a 16-and-younger girls’ team. Dan, or 703-868-0984.

PLAYERS: ODFC seeks players for three 11-and-younger girls’ teams. Irwin Kaplan, or 571-262-1454; or go to

PLAYERS: ASC Galaxy is trying out players for an 18-and-younger WAGS year-round team. Coach Samir Shaban, 703-901-7023 or

PLAYERS: LFC Panthers seek players born after Aug. 1, 1999, for a 13-and-younger boys’ team.

PLAYERS: ASC Extreme 17-and-younger boys’ team seeks players born after Aug. 1, 1996. E-mail

PLAYERS: ODFC South Riding Sting, age 13-and-younger WAGS team, seeks players. Jeff Rush, or 703-929-8331.

PLAYERS: Vista LFC Pumas, 13-and-younger girls’ WAGS team, is having tryouts for the 2012-13 season. Kerri McGowan, 703-858-0807,;

SOCCER: i9 Sports of Loudoun County offers a street soccer program from Europe and South America., 571-225-5494.

SOCCER: i9 Sports of Loudoun County offers a European soccer skills league for ages 6-13.

PLAYERS: Ashburn Soccer Club Galaxy, a 17-and-younger girls’ team, seeks players. Coach Shaban,, 703-901-7023; Tammy Gray,

PLAYERS: Old Dominion Football Club, a WAGS Division 4, 15-and-younger girls’ team, seeks players., 703-338-9197.

PLAYERS: ASC Rebels girls’ team seeks high-school-age players. Coach Rob Rabinek, 703-724-0074 or

ADULT PLAYERS: Purcellville Sports Pavilion is sponsoring adult co-ed pickup soccer games at 8 p.m. Thursdays. $10 a player. 540-751-1050 or Frank Fonte,

PLAYERS: Herndon Heat, a 15-and-younger Washington Area Girls Soccer League team, seeks players. www.ecanaljr@


CHEERLEADING: Loudoun cheerleading and instructional league.

ICE SKATING: Prince William Ice Center has skating and hockey classes Monday evenings and Saturday mornings.

IN-LINE SKATING: Potomac Inlin e Hockey offers fr ee lessons year-round, 8-9 a.m . Saturdays at the Box, Chantilly. 703-961-8280, or .

RUGBY: Loudoun County Youth Rugby is registering players ages 11-18 for spring tackle rugby. Contact Steve Lough, 703-489-3259 or; or go to

VOLLEYBALL: i9 Sports of Loudoun County offers a skills clinic for girls in grades 2-8. Go to

WATER POLO: The Naval Academy Aquatic Club offers water polo for age 7 to high school age, at the Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling. Contact Coach Alex Milojkovic,; or treasurer Terri Shaulis,; or go to

— Compiled by Bonnie Smith



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