Shiloh Athletic's All Start U8 Girls
The 2012 8u Angels All-Stars have accomplished something that no other team in the history of the Shiloh Athletic Association has ever done. They brought home a championship trophy. And they did it not just once but twice. The team is comprised of ten young ladies who play their hearts out in every game. Led by head coach Charlie Walker and assistant coaches Jaun Quero, George Brown, Brook Smith, and Reuben Phillips; the team consists of #1 Lauryn Peppers, #2 Kennedy Broughton, #4 Aaliyah Smith, #5 Brianna Cox, #10 Kiriah Lovett, #19 Kelsie Walker, #20 Awtum Lewis, #21 Imani Washington, #27 Tahjanee Phillips, and #33 Lidia Quero. Consisting of 5 players from both of SAA’s 8u regular season teams, who had an impressive 25-3-2 combined record against teams from Mountain Park, Brookwood, South Gwinnett and Duluth.
The All-Star team has continued in the same manner as the regular season teams. In their first appearance at the South Gwinnett Summer Classic Tournament they had a 7-1 record over two days winning 6 games on Sunday (6/3) to clinch the championship over the all-star team from Buford who they had to beat twice. On Sunday (6/10) they brought home their second championship trophy from the Pre Tri-County tournament where they faced teams from Walton Co., Norcross, and Peachtree Ridge. They won four straight games to win this tournament. The continued success of the team is contributed to hard work and determination from the girls as well as their dedicated coaches. The girls are preparing along with the rest of the All-Star Angels from SAA to compete in the 2012 Tri-County Tournament at Buford City Park 6/15-6/23.
On Tuesday, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners accepted an agreement with the Mountain View Athletic Association, Inc., to build a football press box at Rabbit Hill Park that will be funded by the volunteer group. The nonprofit provides youth sports programs at the park including baseball, softball, football and cheerleading.
When commissioners approved a construction contract to expand Rabbit Hill Park in August, the original bid award did not include the press box. The Mountain View Athletic Association approached the County about adding the facility and agreed to reimburse the County for the $108,000 cost.
Community Services Director Phil Hoskins said, “This is another good example of community volunteers raising private funds to help provide quality recreational facilities for youth sports programs.”
Senior Boys Basketball
Location: Gym at Bunten Road Park
Fee: Resident: $125.00. Non-resident: $135.00
Registration begins: October 1st
Evaluations: Saturday, November 12 (9am – Noon)
Practices begin: November 19, 2011
Games begin: December 3, 2011
For more information visit http://www.duluthga.net/registration
For more information please contact our Assistant Director of Recreation, Jason Rogers, at 770-814-6981 or email@example.com.
The PBC Youth Roller Hockey is a 10 Game Season + Playoffs
Practices begin Nov. 14th
Games begin DEC. 3rd
Season ends FEB 19th
Begins OCT. 1st @ www.pbcsports.org
Saturday OCT. 29th at the Pinckneyville Skate Park
11:00am – 2:00pm
For info, contact Mark Ogden
Download the flyer here.