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Sports Shorts Jan. 2020

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Mt. Diablo High Hall of Fame Crab Feed this Saturday

The annual Mt. Diablo High School Hall of Fame crab feed is this Saturday, Jan. 20, at Zio Fraedo’s in Pleasant Hill. The evening, which benefits the school’s Sports Hall of Fame, includes music, dancing, 50/50 raffle and lots of raffle prizes. For more information on ticket sales call Lou Adamo at 212-9332 or email louadamo@gmail.com.

Concord Cup XXVII accepting team registrations

The area’s largest annual youth soccer tournament, Concord Cup, returns for its 27th year at a variety of Concord parks May 16-17. Boys and girls club and AYSO teams from under 10 through U19 are eligible to participate. Diablo FC, Mt. Diablo Soccer and Concord AYSO co-sponsor the tournament. Visit concordcup.com for complete information and to register a team to participate.

Concord American Little League registration for spring ball open online

Concord American Little League is still accepting registration for its 2020 spring baseball and softball seasons. The league’s website has complete information for t-ball through senior baseball and softball (4-14 years old) and Challenger (4-18 years) programs. Call 472-8940 for more information or register online at callbaseball.org.

Diablo FC winter development soccer program underway

Boys and girls born between 2009 and 2014 are invited to sign up for the Diablo FC winter soccer development program. Sessions are held on Mondays and Saturdays on Concord-area fields through the end of February. Professional coaches from the area’s premier soccer club focus on technical ball skills and offer small-sided games to supplement training sessions. Visit diablofc.org for details.

Concord AYSO accepting spring registration

Concord AYSO begins this month accepting registration for its spring soccer program online. The spring season is from March through May. There are programs for 6U-8U and 10U through 14U. The registration fee includes a team shirt and insurance. Visit concordayso.org to register and get more information.

All Out Sports youth leagues taking signups

Youth basketball and volleyball leagues are accepting registrations for winter leagues. Spring basketball league commences Mar. 13. For complete information on All Out Sports programs including camps and clinics, visit alloutsportsleague.com.

Diablo FC benefit Crab Feed Jan. 31 at Centre Concord

The 18th annual Diablo FC benefit crab feed, raffle and dance is Friday, Jan. 31, at Centre Concord. Tickets are on sale for the event that benefits programs for the local competitive youth soccer club affiliated with the San Jose Earthquakes. Visit diablofc.org for more details and to get information on event sponsoring and purchasing crab feed tickets.

Ygnacio Valley High School announces its 2020 Athletic Hall of Fame class

Five athletes, two coaches and a special award recipient have been elected to the Ygnacio Valley High Athletic Hall of Fame and will be inducted as the Class of 2020 on May 16 at Contra Costa Country Club. Long-time principal Dr. Ernest Wutzke is receiving a special award. The inductees are coaches Jack Biglen (football and golf) and Triss Carter (boys and girls cross country and track) and athletes Oliver Hanf (Class of 1987, wrestling, football, track), Jim Mayo (1975, wrestling), Julie Pitois (1989, basketball, softball, volleyball), Eric Lakin (1982, baseball, football) and Chris Iglesias (1980, baseball, football). Visit www.yvathletichof.com for more details and to reserve tickets.

MDSA spring league registration open

Registration is open for Mt Diablo Soccer Association’s spring season. The program is open to boys and girls under 6U-19U divisions. The older divisions are co-ed teams. Games are Mar. 21-May 16. For more details and to register visit www.mdsoccer.org.

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