Students and preschoolers may sign up for a summer basketball league at the Doris Miller Family YMCA. The deadline is Friday, June 7, with a cost of $35 for student on school free or reduced lunch, $30 for members and $50 for non-members. A team fee of $425 is also available. There will be separate boys and girls leagues, and the basketball is for ages 3-4 through 10th grade. The league will be from June 20-July 31, with games played through the week.

There will be a 14-session summer volleyball skills training program at the Waco Athletic Center for girls grades 4-12, beginning June 11, according to Van Davis.

Registration for the Doris Miller Family YMCA baseball, T-ball for ages 3-5, and coach pitch ages 6-8 for girls and boys will remain open through Thursday. Registration is now open for summer basketball for ages 3-4 and pre-k - K, 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 and 11-12 with separate girl and boy divisions. Deadline for basketball registration is June 7.

The Cen-Tex Sliders, a local 13-and-under select baseball team, is holding open tryouts for its team. The Sliders are coached by several former college players.

The Cen-Tex Sliders, a local 13-and-under select baseball team, is holding open tryouts for its team. The Sliders are coached by several former college players.

The Doris Miller YMCA will hold its Little Dribbler basketball league for ages 3-14, with registration open through Wednesday. Individuals and teams may sign up.

An interest meeting for Van Davis’s Volleyball Training for Life Program will be held from 2-3 p.m. Sunday in Room 308 of the McLane Student Life Center on the Baylor campus.

Then there were three. In a matchup between two teams that had to win or go home, New Mexico downed Louisiana, 3-0, Monday at the George W. Bush Little League complex in Waco. New Mexico is hoping to win the Little League Baseball Southwest Regional.

The Little League Southwest Regional continued Sunday at the George W. Bush fields with New Mexico advancing to Monday’s play. New Mexico downed Mississippi, 10-6, behind the hitting of Tristin Thomas and Aden Quintela. Thomas had four hits and 3 RBIs, while Quintela had three runs and three hits.

Crawford’s Dawsen Holly claimed USA Track and Field All-American honors after finishing eighth in the 2,000-meter steeplechase at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics National Championships in Greensboro, N.C.

Five years ago, Chance Bacon watched from the stands as his daughter’s Robinson team went to the World Series in Portland where they eventually lost in the semifinals by one run. Despite the success from that season, the next year that group didn’t want to compete in Little League ball anymore.