Jagodzinski with Wheaton
Jana Jagodzinski (Greenwich) had 12 points and five rebounds as Wheaton defeated Apprentice to even its record at 5-5. The senior averages 5.9 points and 2.3 rebounds.
Zach Lyons (Brunswick), a junior guard, has seen action with the Wesleyan basketball team (6-5).
Jillian Carter (Norwalk/Convent of Sacred Heart) was with the winning 400 medley relay (4:05.33) and also finished fifth in the 200 IM as the Georgetown women's swim team defeated Catholic University and Howard.
Sarah McEvoy (Greenwich) recorded points in the 100 butterfly and 200 medley relay for the Dickinson women's swim team in a meet against Messiah.
William Fantini (Greenwich/Loomis Chaffee) has a 1-1 record with the Bowdoin men's squash team (0-2).
Brittany Coxe (Greenwich/Suffield Academy) has a 4-2 record with the St. Lawrence women's squash team.
The Fairfield County Chapter of Approved Baseball Umpires will conduct a series of clinics for those interested in working high school, regional and youth games throughout the season. Candidates must be Connecticut residents and at least 18 years of age.
Clinics on rules and mechanics will be conducted 8-11:30 a.m. on five consecutive Sundays starting Jan. 20 at St. Joseph High School in Trumbull. An exam will be administered on Feb. 24.
Greenwich Rec program
Players turning ages 7-8 will meet from 9-10 a.m. while 9 and 10 year olds meet from 10-11 a.m.
The program will include both skill drills and game playing and will run through Feb. 23. Players should wear sneakers and bring their glove and bat.
For more information please visit www.greenwichct.org and click on Parks and Recreation and then open youth programs.
Greenwich Rec program
The Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation is holding registration for the indoor girls softball programs for ages 8-14. The program will take place at the Greenwich Civic Center on Harding Road in Old Greenwich on Saturday mornings beginning in January.
Ages 8-10 will meet from 11 a.m. to noon while ages 11-14 will meet from noon to 1 p.m. Players should wear sneakers and bring their glove and bat.
The program will focus on hitting, throwing, catching, sliding and pitching.
The program will run through Feb. 23. Players must turn age 8 by July 31, 2013 and not turn age 15 by that same cut-off date.
Information on this program or any others please visit our web site at www.greenwichct.org. Check out Parks and Recreation and click on youth programs.
YMCA of Greenwich hosting program
A popular street hockey program sponsored by NHL New York Rangers will be coming to The YMCA of Greenwich this winter.
The program, designed for children to learn about and play hockey, will run through Jan. 31 with one 60 minute game or skills session each week in the YMCA of Greenwich's gymnasium.
Greenwich Skate Park
The Greenwich Skatepark will be open on weekends from 12:30 to 6 p.m., and on weekdays from 3:30 to 6 p.m. It is a fun, safe, supervised park for youths 6 years of age and up to Skateboard and inline skate.
The Park is located at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park next to the Arch Street Teen Center.
Annual memberships and 10 day passes are available to residents at the Town Hall, Parks and Recreation Office between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Skaters 17 years or younger must have a parent or guardian sign the waiver release form before they can skate. Full pads are required. For more information call 203 496-0912, or visit www.greenwichct.org.
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