Baylor will hold several Scott Drew Basketball Camps throughout the summer at the Ferrell Center.
Midway and new boys soccer coach Kris Kahler will hold a pair of camps this summer.
Baylor baseball has this weekend off due to final exams, but Baylor Ballpark will still be hopping on Saturday.
Waco’s Doris Miller YMCA is currently holding registration for several sports.
Old Glory rose to the top of the flagpole. Voices joined in the singing of the national anthem. Players, some in wheelchairs and most accompanied by “buddies,” huddled near the dugouts and soaked up the atmosphere.
Doris Miller Family YMCA is registering Youth Soccer ages 3-14 for boys and girls. The cost is members $25 and non-members $45 and youth on the School free or reduced lunch program the fee is $31.50 with documentation. The deadline to register is March 19. For more information call 254-752. Waco Family Youth Soccer is registering now thru March 12 for ages 3-15. For more information call 254-776-6612.
Midway Premier League will hold a spring break football camp March 8-10 at the Midway High School practice fields.
The registration deadline for Little Dribbler Basketball at Waco’s Doris Miller YMCA is 6 p.m. Tuesday.
As he spotted the red-and-blue flashing lights of the patrol car, David Rodriguez panicked.
Waco’s Doris Miller Family YMCA is holding registration for its upcoming Little Dribblers basketball season. The sign-ups will continue through Jan. 10, 2018.
Doris Miller Family YMCA will host their Annual Holiday Hoops Youth Basketball Tournament Saturday December 16, 2017 for grades 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8 boy and girl teams. The cost is $125.00 a team for 3 games. Deadline is December 13, 2017. For information call YMCA at 254-752-1605 or Curtis at 254-747-5791.
The Buzz Lightning Academy, a local youth baseball travel-team program, will hold tryouts for the upcoming year on Dec. 2-4 at the team facility off 65th and Tennyson in Waco.
The Waco Baseball Umpire Chapter, a division of the Texas Association of Sports Officials, is seeking new umpires for the 2018 high school baseball and softball seasons.
The 12U Cowboys wrapped up a perfect 11-0 season by defeating Waco Elite, 32-19, in the championship game for the Midway Premier/China Spring 7-on-7 Football League.
A celebration banquet recognizing the Lake Air team that won the Little League Softball World Series this summer will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.
Doris Miller Family YMCA NFL Play 60 Youth Flag Football league for ages 3-14 (boys and girls) deadline to signup is October 8, 2017. The cost is members $25 and non-members $45. For more information call 254-752-1605.
The Texas Legends Volleyball Club will be holding tryouts for the upcoming season on Sept. 24 at the Lorena High School gym.
The city of Waco will host a parade Saturday at 9 a.m. honoring the Lake Air softball team, winners of the 2017 Little League World Series last week in Portland.
The members of the 1992 Midway Little League Softball All Stars have easy access to a flood of memories even now, a quarter of a century later.
Sometime earlier this summer, when Chad Conine and I first discussed the possibility of him writing a story to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Midway softball team to win the Little League World Series, I had no idea what the rest of the summer would hold.
Twenty-five years later, Midway’s 1992 World Series champions share their favorite memories from that summer.
I think every mom, dad, brother and sister that went along for the ride as Midway won the Little League Softball World Series in 1992 deserves the chance to tell their most vivid memory of that summer.
The welcoming committee wasn’t made up of all of Waco. But to the girls on the Lake Air softball squad, it certainly felt that way.
PORTLAND — Lake Air’s lack of World Series didn’t matter. The fact that they were playing another undefeated team didn’t matter.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Daniella Ramirez could live to be 100 years old, and she’ll still never forget this summer.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Another day, another step closer to a dream ending.
It wasn’t a cruise down easy street like the Lake Air softball team is used to in the winner-take-all tournament, but they can’t argue with the result.
PORTLAND, Ore. — For Lake Air Little League, the wins just keep coming.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Even going up against the top softball teams from around the world, the Lake Air all-stars are proving themselves to be world beaters.
PORTLAND, Ore. – If the Lake Air softball team was fazed at all about its first World Series experience, it didn’t show it.
Clayton Wigley admitted that he felt nauseated when he stepped up to the plate in the sixth inning of Wednesday night’s Southwest Regional championship game.
It’s been said that it takes a village to raise a child. Stretching the analogy further, sometimes it takes a city to raise the necessary funds to send a history-making softball team halfway across the country.
It’ll be an all-Texas final for the right to go to Williamsport.
On this night, the Winchester outshot the Colt.
A week ago, Asharah Thibodeauxcq said if Lake Air advanced to the World Series, she would have plenty of stories to brag about to her classmates when school starts.
As the Louisiana state champs loaded the bases with two outs in the top of the second, a Lake Air fan shouted from the stands, “This won’t just be given to you. You have to take it.”
Little League Southwest Regional Major Girls Softball Tournament
With the sweltering sun high above the George W. Bush Little League Leadership Training Facility and the temperature rising to triple digits, Lake Air Little League took the field for its second game of the Southwest Regional Tournament Friday afternoon in Waco.
Seating was sparse at the George W. Bush Little League Leadership Training Facility. There just weren’t enough seats for the loyal Waco fans. The community showed up for its team — Lake Air Little League — in its opening contest of the Southwestern Regional.
For the Allisons, the apple certainly hasn’t fallen too far from the tree.
At George W. Bush Little League Facility, 3700 S. University Parks Drive
David Rodriguez stood just past first base on the infield dirt as girl after girl ran from home plate to first base.
As the Waco Junior Golf Association readies itself for the 30th Annual Waco City Junior Golf Championship on Tuesday and Wednesday at Cottonwood Creek and Twin Rivers, the field might be a little thinner than the past few seasons.
A softball tournament is slated for Saturday and Sunday in Gatesville to benefit the Coalition for Community Awareness, which funds scholarships for local youth.
The Waco Junior Golf Association is set to host the 30th Annual Waco City Junior Golf Championship July 25-26 at Cottonwood Creek and Twin Rivers golf courses.
And then there was one.
Call it the summer of softball.
The Lorena junior softball all-stars won the sectional title, rolling to a pair of lopsided wins over Fort Worth University.
The Midway 8-10 softball all-stars won the sectional title last week and will advance to the Texas West state tournament.
Buzz Lightning Baseball Academy will hold tryouts for the fall season Aug. 10-12.
Five members of the Waco Texans youth soccer club are spending the summer brushing up on their Spanish and polishing their playing skills.