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60 July 2 - 15, 2011 CYF fall football starting


The 2011 Chandler Youth Football (CYF) Combines for youth ages 5 to 15 will be held from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Sat., July 9 at Snedigar Sports Complex soccer fi elds No. 2, 745 E. Germann Rd. in Chandler. Registration starts at 4 p.m. with the combines at 4:30. Parents need to bring an original birth certifi cate and water or electric bill for proof of residency.


Included are 20-yard sprints, 3-cone drill, 20-yard lateral shuttle and throwing and catching.


All players in CYF who are not grandfathered or waivered to a team must participate in one of these combines to be draft eligible. Those who do not participate in either combine will be randomly assigned to a team. In addition,


In addition, a preseason youth football, speed, agility and quickness camp will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Tue. through Thu., July 19 to 21 at Shawnee Park, 1500 Mesquite St. in Chandler.


Players learn the fundamentals and mechanics to make them quicker, faster and more agile. Cost is $50 for the three-day session and includes Field of Speed T-shirts. Attendees should wear cleats, shorts and bring water. Register online at www.ChandlerYouthFootball.com or call 480-598-9244 for questions.


Coast to Coast signing up for flag football


NFL Youth and Adult Flag Football leagues are open for registration through Sat., Aug. 13 for the Fall 2011 season which runs Sept. 10 through Nov. 5. Late registration is Aug. 14 through 21. An end of season tournament will be held Sat., Nov. 12. All games are played in Gilbert.


Age divisions for those as of Sept. 1 are 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-11, 12-14 and 15-17 with men’s and women’s adult divisions as well.


Fees are $85 per player for youth and $500 per team for adults, which includes eight to 10 regular season games; an NFL fl ag jersey for youth players and fl ags; end of season tournament for all teams; championship trophies for youth divisions and cash prizes for adult divisions.


For details and online registration, visit www.coast2coastfootball.com or call 480-988-0641.


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www.SanTanSun.com i9 sports open for fall leagues


Registration is open for 2011 fall season leagues for i9 sports, which offers fl ag football, basketball, soccer, cheerleading and new this fall, T-ball and coach pitch baseball, for those in Chandler, Gilbert, and Queen Creek. Games are played on Saturdays in the season that begins Sat., Sept. 24.


Flag football for grades pre-K or 3 years old to seventh-grade and competitive divisions up to ninth grade will play at Bogle Junior High, Riggs Elementary and South Valley Junior High.


Co-ed indoor basketball for boys in grades kindergarten through sixth and girls kindergarten through seventh will be played at Mountainside Fitness Centers. Practices are Wednesday or Friday evenings with games Saturday afternoons. The Pee Wee and Junior Divisions will play with lowered baskets, while the Senior Division will play on regulation height baskets.


Co-ed soccer for pre-k or 3 years old to third grade is now in the i9 Fall season program and focuses on “fun, good sportsmanship, and building teamwork and leadership skills.” Child will learn how to play the game regardless of their skill levels. Games are played on Saturdays at Weinberg Elementary School, Bogle Junior High and Santan Junior High.


New this year is T-ball and coach pitch baseball for children ages 3 to 6. The baseball program teaches kids the basic fundamentals of how to catch, throw, hit, run and be “baseball ready” in a fun, safe real-game setting. Games will be played on Saturdays at a location to be determined in Southern Chandler. Children ages 3 to 4 T-ball will have a 30-minute practice and a 30-minute game. Five and 6-year olds play Coach Pitch with a 30-minute practice and a 60-minute game.


Girls cheerleading for ages 4 to 9 is a non-competitive cheer league designed to teach introductory and advanced cheer skills and promote self-confi dence where children can have fun and display their new skills on the sidelines of the football fi eld.


“The girls gain tremendous confi dence through their weekly halftime performances and sideline cheering,” say local organizers. They add that 4-year- olds need to be able to follow directions as well as be comfortable being separated from their mothers.


Cheer sessions will be held at Riggs Elementary and South Valley Junior High. Text i9gilbert to 86677 for discounts or visit www.i9sports.com to register online.


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