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Registration Beginning for Adult Flag Football League

Registration Beginning for Adult Flag Football League

The professionals are beginning to practice, but it is time for your team to come out and play.  The Cosumnes Community Services District will be accepting registration until July 24 for the Adult Flag Football League. 

Regular registration will be from July 9-20.  For a team registration fee of $625, each team is guaranteed a minimum of seven games.  Late registration is $645, July 21-24 and will be accepted depending on available space in the league.

Adult Flag Football will run July 31 through September 26.  League play is 8 on 8 on Tuesday and/or 7 on 7 Passing League on Wednesday evenings.  All games will take place at Bartholomew Sports Park on the artificial turf field.

Teams must pre-register by mail or in person. Priority registration is offered, July 9-13, to teams returning from the Fall 2012 season. In-person registration is available at the following locations:

Pocket Softball League Represents Sac in Western National Championships

Pocket Softball League Represents Sac in Western National Championships

Two teams from the Pocket Softball League are headed to their age level’s respective Western National Championships representing the Greater Sacramento Softball Association. 

The 12U Pocket All Stars played extremely well at the ASA Association Championship tournament at Lembi Park in Folsom on June 23rd-24th.  The team took 3rd place and posted a 4-1 record in the “B” Division.  They logged wins against Elk Grove, Five Cities, Foothill and Roseville, eventually losing to another Elk Grove team in a semi-final game.  The team received a large team trophy and all of the girls received medals.  The 3rd place finish qualified the 12U team for the Western National Tournament in Salem, Oregon on July 30th – August 4th.

Under the tutelage of volunteer Coach Steve Cobb, the “Pocket Aces” fastpitch team ripped through the two-day competition in Lincoln, June 23rd-June 24

Franklin High student heads to Junior Olympics

Franklin High student heads to Junior Olympics

At her personal best of 18' 9.25' Jorden O'Neal of Franklin High School in Elk Grove placed 4th for the Sac-Joaquin Section Marks in the women's long jump in Track and Field this season. Her outstanding performance met the National Silver Standard and placed her on the ESPN HS, Top 100 US Elite Athletes list.

Jorden says that she's not done yet, and that she plans to set a new record at the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Houston, Texas, on August 1, 2012. The Olympic Games will run from July 25th through August 4, 2012, where Jorden will attempt to improve her personal best in the Long Jump and shave seconds off her PR of 12.72 seconds in the 100 meter dash.

O'Neal is currently seeking corporate sponsorship. For more information, please contact 916-267-3919.

Story by Terri Williams

And the Winners are...

And the Winners are...


News10 My Neighborhood ran a week-long sweepstakes contest last week. 

We asked our vusers to submit their definition of HOOPLA, and when they did, their names were automatically submitted into a random drawing.  Then, four lucky winners would receive four passes each to Golfland SunSplash.

This dictionary quiz sweepstakes contest was inspired as part of News10's Reading Connects campaign which is all about connecting with our community to help improve the literacy rate.

Well, we received over 90 responses, and some people were thoughtful enough to email us a sentence with the word HOOPA in it.  Here are some examples:


Lynne Conner - There will be much hoopla if we win the tickets to Sunsplash.  My grandson and son will be visiting from Florida,

My Neighborhood Golfland Splash Sweepstakes Contest

My Neighborhood Golfland Splash Sweepstakes Contest

NEWS10 is teaming up with parents, businesses, schools, libraries and volunteers to improve the literacy rate in our area.

Weekly Challenge

Weekly Challenge
2012 Weekly Challenge #23: The Power of Encouragement

G. K. Chesterton, an English journalist, once wrote, “The really great person is the person who makes every person feel great.”

When two people interact, they are both changed. The change can be for the better, or not. Whether our influence is helpful or hurtful, positive or negative, depends on whether we give each other the gift of encouragement.

High School Baseballers Don Pink to Fight Breast Cancer

High School Baseballers Don Pink to Fight Breast Cancer

PINK!   There’s no pink in baseball!....

Well actually there is…and quite a bit…at the 4th Annual Albie Swingin’ For Life Baseball Match-Ups which take place at Sacramento City College on April 28, 2012.

First Game at 10am. (Gates open at 9am)

“Pink-think” comes into play because all the players and umpires will be sporting pink…and when they round the bases, the runners will be tagging…you guessed it…pink bases.

This line-up of baseball games, held to raise money for Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation, pits some of the area’s best high school teams in a four game program.

Game 1 - 10am - Franklin vs. Antelope

Game 2 - 1pm - Roseville vs. Oak Ridge

Game 3 - 4pm - Elk Grove vs. Pioneer

Game 4 – 7pm - Christian Brothers vs.