Signups taken for volleyball, basketball
Registration is under way for the final adult basketball leagues of the season. Spring 35 and older 3 on 3 will play Wednesday evenings, starting April 14. Full court teams will play Tuesdays and/or Thursdays beginning April 13. Cost for the 35 and older league is $100; full court is $180.
Registration is also under way for the spring adult volleyball leagues.
Two coed leagues will be offered this spring. Teams play with six players a side with at least two men and two women on the court at all times. Players must be 18 or older.
The Coed “B” league plays mostly on Mondays starting April 12. Some games may be on Wednesday evenings, if necessary.
The “A” league will play mostly on Wednesdays, starting April 14.
Teams – or players wishing to join a team – should register at the recreation office by today, April 8.
There is also drop-in volleyball every Sunday evening at Tahoe-Truckee High School from 6-8 p.m. Cost is $2 per player per night. Players age 16 and older are invited.
Registration is being accepted for the girls’ softball program, which is geared more toward fun and instruction. The program is open to girls from 3rd-9th grades.
New this season, the 7-9th grade league will play fast pitch.
Practices start April 14 for 7-9th graders and the week of April 19 for the rest.
Games will start approximately May 6, and the season will end by June 19.
Games and practices will be two or three times per week after school and on some Saturdays. Cost is $45 per player and registration is at the community center Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and space is limited.
For information, call 582-7720.
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The Truckee baseball team came up shy of a state championship last weekend, falling in Saturday’s title game to Virgin Valley.