April 21 - Citizen Sports Briefs
Published 12:00 am, Thursday, April 20, 2017
Fairfield’s Hart wins championship with Shoreline Sharks
The U-14 Black (AA) Shoreline Sharks girl’s hockey team - with Fairfield’s Abby Hart on the roster -- recently won the USA Hockey’s 2017 Tier II National Championship. Undefeated in state and regional before going national, the Sharks earned the title with a 2-0 win over the Wisconsin Black Cats at the Troy (Mich.) Sports Center.
“It was a phenomenal tournament run, I am proud of what the girls accomplished,” coach Ed Rodham said. “We played and beat teams from Alaska, Michigan, Colorado, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Wisconsin to win the title. The dedication of our players and their countless hours of practice paid off. We headed into the tournament undefeated in our last 20 games of the season, giving us the powerful momentum needed to win the USA Hockey National Championship.”
The Sharks (43-11-10) became the 16th team from Connecticut to win a National girls title since the championship tournament started in 1978.
First Step Basketball Camp taking registrations
Now in its 21st year, the First Step Basketball Camp for boys and girls entering first to fifth grades is now accepting applications for registration. Directed by former Ludlowe athletic director Dave Schulz, the camp takes place from June 26 to June 29 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Ludlowe HS gym. The fee is $150 which includes a camp ball. For information and a reservation form please email email@example.com or call 203-259-9833.
Fairfield Babe Ruth registration open
The Fairfield Babe Ruth Baseball Program is currently accepting registrations for the spring season from all players who reside in Fairfield between the ages of 13 and 18 (age is how old you are on 4/30/17). Teams for our 13-15 year old divisions have been formed but we still have a few remaining spots open. Please contact either Alvin Prusoff (203) 767-0361 or Mike Menkes (203) 334-0518 to register. Or visit: http://fairfieldbaberuth.leagueapps.com
Fairfield Wildcats Registration underway
Registration is now open for the Fairfield Wildcats Youth Football program. Children in our tackle football program compete with and against children in their own grade. The Fairfield Wildcats are the largest Youth Football League in Fairfield. The Fairfield Wildcats offer tackle football NFL flag football and cheerleading. The Wildcats are a part of the Fairfield County Football League (FCFL) and play all their games within Fairfield County. Our award-winning cheer program has three separate age divisions. Practice starts on August 14 and of our coaches are USA Football Heads Up certified. The registration link is: http://fairfieldwildcats.com/Registration/Default.asp?org=FAIRFIELDWILDCATS.COM