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March 6, 2014

Local sports briefs

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Soccer

Seacoast United has a few open spots on its Boys U14 and Boys U15 Club Teams, and prospective players are welcome to try out for the team. The teams both play in the New England Premiership League, and training sessions are twice a week at the Seacoast United Outdoor Complex in Epping, N.H. To set up a tryout, contact boys director Peter Decker at pdecker@seacoastunited.com, and for more information about Seacoast United, visit www.seacoastunited.com.

Football

The 32nd Annual Northeast Quarterback/Receiver Football Clinic dates have been released. The clinic will run from July 11-13 and will be held at The Governor’s Academy in Byfield. The cost for the program is $470 to be a resident, $370 to be a day participant and $405 to be an Extended Day participant. Applications are now being accepted and can be received by calling 800-433-6060 or by emailing northeastfootballclinic@ussportcamps.com. For more information on the camp that is a “Recipe for Success,” check out the web site at www.northeastclinics.com.

Flag Football

Spring registration for the 2014 Newburyport Youth Flag Football, a member of NFL Flag Football, has opened online registration. Register at www.syffl.com. Limited space is available for ages 5/6, 7/8, 9-11 and 12-15, and teams are coed. Games for ages 5-15 are all played in Newburyport beginning in April. For more information go to www.syffl.com or www.nflflag.com. Contact Jeff Johnson at jeff@syffl.com

Softball/Baseball

Registration is open for the Amesbury Girls Youth Softball League spring season. This program is open for all girls in grades 3-8 who are residents of Amesbury and South Hampton. For more information and to register online go to www.agysl.org. Volunteers are needed for coaching, fundraising and league operations.

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Amesbury Little League registration is now open. There are five divisions: T-Ball (age 5); Single-A: Instructional baseball with coaches pitching (ages 6-7); Double-A: Instructional baseball with youth pitchers (age 8); Triple-A: Competitive baseball with youth pitchers (ages 9-10); and the Majors (ages 11-12). The registration fee is $90 per child for A through Majors; T-Ball is $45 per child. Family maximum is $180. Parent volunteers are needed for coaching, fundraising and league operations. For more information: AmesburyLittleLeague.org.

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