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BASEBALL

Boardman Community Baseball — registration can be conducted at www.boardmanbaseball.com through Feb. 15 for boys ages 4-18 and girls 4-14 for softball. On-site registration will be Feb. 10 from noon-3 p.m. at Field of Dreams. A $25 late fee will be added for registrations after Feb. 15.

Mill Creek Junior Baseball — will have signups for boys ages 4-18 and girls 4-17 on Feb. 10 from noon-5 p.m. and on Feb. 11 from 2-5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. at Kramer Hall, 1106 Bears Den Road, Youngstown. For more information, visit the website www.millcreekjrbaseball.com.

Creekside B League team — is looking for pitchers for 2018 season. Contact Ken Quinn 330 719-0581 if interested.

Local 47-plus team — is looking for players for the upcoming 2018 season. Call 330-697-3967 for more information.

Youngstown Class B franchise — is looking for players in all age groups for the 2018 summer season and for fall travel teams. The franchise also is looking for coaches in the 14-U bracket, as well as sponsorship opportunities. For more information, call Tommy Otto at 330-398-1560.

Ohio Glaciers 11-U — are looking for 11U boys baseball players for the upcoming 2018 spring season. Anyone interested should contact Rob Romigh at 330-883-7090.

The Prospects — are holding tryouts for the 2018 16-U travel baseball team that will be playing in the Youngstown B league at Cene Park. For more information, contact Britt Taylor at 330-979-5115.

Knightline 16-U — will be having tryouts/workouts for a 2017 fall travel team and 2018 Youngstown Class B Summer Team. For more information, call or text 330-501-0333.

Youngstown Class B 14U team — is scheduling tryouts for anyone interested in playing the 2018 season. If interested, contact Mark Torsello at 724-651-3922.

Avalanche 14-U — are looking for 14U players for the 2018 season at Cene Park. For more information and tryouts, contact Max at 330-719-8843.

BASKETBALL

Austintown Basketball Booster Club — is holding basketball tournaments for grades 4-6 on Feb. 10-11, Feb. 17-18 and Feb. 25. Coaches may contact Austintown assistant athletic director Jerry Bluff at 330-518-2352 or by email at jbruff@austintownschools.org.

Liberty High School — will be holding a youth basketball tournament for boys and girls in grades four-six from Feb. 16-18 and Feb. 23-25. Cost is $100. For more information, contact Deidre at 330-397-3709 or Deidre2474@gmail.com.

Brookfield High School Boosters and the Trumbull County Basketball Officials Association — will be holding a youth basketball tournament for boys and girls in grades 3-6 from March 4-11. Cost is $100. For more information, contact Matt Vadas 330-883-7208 or e-mail matthewvadas@aol.com.

Trumbull County Basketball Academy/Ohio Lakers — will have tryouts for boys and girls grades 3-11 in mid-February. For updated information, visit the website trumbullcountybasketballacademy.com. For more information, contact Don Gibson 330-509-4438 or Dave Konczal 330-503-7132.

COACHING

Canfield High School — is conducting a search for a boys head varsity soccer coach for the fall of 2018. Previous coaching experience is strongly desired. Those interested should call 330-533-5341, ext. 2 or e-mail gcooper@canfield schools.net.

Valley Christian High School — is looking for a varsity track and field head coach. Send resumes to dcarroll@valleychristianschools.net.

Salem High School — is looking for a varsity girls soccer head coach. Anyone interested should contact Todd Huda at hudat@salem.k12.oh.us or 330-332-8911.

SOFTBALL

Mineral Ridge Girls Fast-Pitch League — will conduct tryouts in April and May. Call Tony DeMare at 330-330-4347 for more information.

Steel Valley Storm — 14-U travel team is looking for a pitcher and/or catcher. If interested, call 330-758-0858.

To submit a notice, or if you see a notice that should no longer run, email sports@vindy.com or fax 330-747-6712.

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