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1:38 pm on Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Baltimore County's Biggest Basketball Tournament - King OfThe Court Tournament !!!
Stembridge King of the Court Basketball Tournament
April, 30, 2011
Looking for all levels of play !!!
Elite Division Entry fee $350 ($400 after 3/29/11 deadline)
Open Division $300 ($350 after 3/29/11 deadline)
Registration Deadline March 29, 2011 7pm – 8:30pm at The Stembridge Recreational Center located at 99A Stemmers Run Rd, Essex, MD 21221
2 Game Elimination – officials – Jerseys – 12 players limit
For additional information contact Commissioner James Agbai at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301)500-4612.
Free for spectators which includes contests, prizes for all.
9:58 pm on Thursday, November 11, 2010
The Havre de Grace Recreation Committee, in addition to having 6 football teams involved with play-off games, also has several rec soccer teams playing in championships rounds this weekend at APG and other locations. This has been a very good year for the "Warriors" at all levels of play and in all sports. Congratulations to Havre de Grace High for all of their successes and many thanks to all of the volunteer Recreation Coaches, Managers, Chairs and Officers for giving over 550 local kids the oppurtunity to play soccer, football and to cheer this fall.
Now, onto indoor soccer and lacrosse registrations, drama auditions for "Alice in Wonderland , Jr." , basketball practices and the instruction leading up to one of the finest dance recitals in the state.
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