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Published: February 8, 2017 12:00 AM

TBL host registration

Registration for the Twinsburg Baseball League is open until Feb. 28 at TwinsburgBaseball.com.

The volunteer-run youth baseball organization offers a spring/summer recreational league available to children entering kindergarten this coming fall through current 11th graders. TBL also supports travel baseball teams at the 8U through 14U age divisions, a fall baseball league, and also hosts the largest Wiffle Ball tournament in America.

For more details, visit TwinsburgBaseball.com. Questions can be directed to twinsburgbaseball@gmail.com.

DG Warriors host

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AAU basketball tryouts

The DG Warriors youth sports program 2017 AAU East Side basketball tryouts will take place at the Reminderville Athletic Club, (located at 3100 Glenville Drive in Reminderville, Feb, 18 and 25.

Tryout for boys in grades three-5 will run 9-10:15 a.m., while boys in grades six-11 can tryout 10:15-11:30 a.m. Tryouts for girls in grades four-six will be 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m., while girls in grades seven-11 can tryout from 12:4502 p.m.

DG Warriors also will host a tryout day at Hawken Lower School, located at 5000 Clubside Road in Cleveland, Feb. 11.

Tryout for boys in grades three-five will run 12:30-1:45 p.m., while boys in grades six-11 can tryout 1:45-3 a.m. Tryouts for girls in grades four-six will be 3-4:15 p.m., while girls in grades seven-11 can tryout from 4:15-5:30 p.m.

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Vist www.DGwarriors.com for more information.

OHSAA to host

middle school track meet

The Ohio High School Athletic Association is scheduled to conduct its inaugural seventh- and eighth-grade track and field state championships May 13.

The event was officially approved by the OHSAA board of directors in October.

Qualifying standards and state qualifiers will be coordinated through an online process at www.BaumsPage.com, with the one-day state championships set for Lancaster High School.

Any running event time must be obtained at a regular-season meet using fully automated timing and field events must be certified by an OHSAA licensed official.

The top 16 performers in each event will qualify for the state championships..

The seventh- and eighth-grade championships will become the second sport the OHSAA has introduced for middle school students. Cross country is the other.


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