Sportsplex Gymnastics take first at invitational
The Sportsplex Gymnastics Team Level 5 took first place at the Fantasy Invitational. More than 300 gymnasts participated in the competition.
Representing the Level 5 team were: Dominique Baker, Jordan Bagwell, Alysha Belle, Raquel Chase, Kendall Drewery, DaVionne Ferdinand, Jasmine Hall, Madalyn Oliver and Nia Starr. Chase, Hall and Baker each took first in the all-around in their respective age divisions.
The Level 4 team also competed in the Fantasy Invitational. Tatianna Boyd, Tailor Clay, Michaela Hawkins, Kai Lindsay, Aliyah Moore, Maya Morant, Aliyeh Waterman and Sarah Williams all participated in the event. Clay took first place in the all-around in her age bracket.
The Sportsplex Mason-Dixon girls' gymnastics team competed at the Lucky Charm Meet. Competing for the Mason-Dixon team were: Marcell Baugh, Ariel Craig, Mary Oliver, Brianna Robinson and Taylor Washington. Robinson and Craig each took first place in the all-around in their age divisions, while Baugh took second.
The Glenarden Ardmore Boys and Girls Club are currently looking for individuals to assist in coaching the upcoming cheerleading season. Contact 301-322-1866 and leave a message.
The Kettering Cougars unlimited football team is looking for players between the ages of 7-14. Contact Sam Durant at 240-304-7215 or William Mack at 301-627-3046.
The Bowie Boys and Girls Club is looking for boys or girls under 8 by Aug. 1 to play in the Anne Arundel League. Interested players are asked to meet from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday behind Kenilworth Elementary School. Players should bring a size 4 soccer ball, water bottle, soccer shoes and shin guards. Call 240-687-9098.
Prince Georges Soccer League will begin its 13th season on the second weekend in April. All PGSL team applications should be submitted as soon as possible for children 12,14 and in high school. Visit www.ncsa-soccer.org or e-mail email@example.com.