Recreation Calendar

December 17, 2013 

recreation calendar

Recreation Calendar lists upcoming events first followed by ongoing events in rotation, in alphabetical order, as space permits. Send items to Recreation Calendar, P.O. Box 921, Bradenton, FL 34206; e-mail to sports@bradenton.com or fax to 745-7097.

UPCOMING EVENTS

December: The Men's Senior Softball League will play on Wednesday mornings at G.T. Bray park for players age 55 in 2014 and older. For information about the league and how to join, visit www.manatee55seniorsoftball.com or contact Chuck Martin at 941-224-3865 or Mark Milner at 941-756-5504.

Jan. 18-19: Registrations are being accepted for the 2014 Manatee County Lacrosse Shoot-Out to be held Jan. 18-19 at Lakewood Ranch. The event is an open club event for all school, recreation and club teams within the Southeast Atlantic region. The tournament features round-robin competition, with all teams guaranteed five games. Competition levels of A and B are available for both boys and girls teams between the ages of 9 and 18. Registration information is available at the Shoot-Out page at usamateursports.com under lacrosse. For more information, email to usamateursports@aol.com.

April 6-7: Team registrations are being accepted for the 2014 Lax Max Florida Lacrosse Tournament being held at Lakewood Ranch during the weekend of April 6-7. Lax Max is designed for recreation travel and town team programs within the state of Florida. The event offers a choice of either a one-day, three-game jamboree or a two-day tournament. Lax Max Florida features male and female round-robin competitions, with A, B and C recreation travel competition levels for the dual age groupings of U-10 through U-18. This is a non club level event. Registration information is available at the Lax Max Florida web page located under the lacrosse section at usamateursports.com. For additional information, email usamateursports@aol.com.

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