WESTBORO YOUTH and ADULT SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS
Sports Organizations/Leagues/Groups are run by various entities, ranging from the Town's Recreation Department to parent-volunteer associations who oversee everything from registrations to the administration of each particular league.
The Recreation Department can be contacted for information relating to Winter Basketball Grades 2-12, Fall Field Hockey Grades 5-8 and Unified Sports, a division of Special Olympics.
Boys Lacross : http://www.westboroughlacrosse.com
Westborough Youth Lacrosse Association. Ages 4-20
Recreation Basketball : Recreation Department
Boys & Girls, Grades 4-8.
Select Travel Basketball : www.westborowarriors.net
Boys & Girls, Grades 4-8.
Ice Hockey : www.triboro.org
“Learn to Skate Programs” and hockey development programs.
Amateur Ice Hockey : www.westborohockey.com
Westborough Youth Hockey
Little League Baseball & Softball : www.westborolittleleague.org
Youth Soccer : www.lazers.org
Westboro Youth Soccer Association runs programs in the Fall, Winter and Spring.
Pop Warner Football & Cheerleading : www.reddevilpopwarnerfootball.com
Boys & Girls ages 7-15, Red Devils football and cheerleading teams.
Softball: Men : Contact Recreation office for phone numbers 366-3066
Softball: Women : www.wwsoftball.com
PLEASE CHECK with the listed groups for the most recent information.
Youth Soccer Fall and Spring 2011 Tryouts
Your town soccer program, the Westborough Youth Soccer Association (WYSA), is holding Soccer tryouts for the U10, U12, and U14 age groups on the week of May 16th.
Tryouts are open to all Westborough residents of the following ages:
- U09: must be under 9 years of age on 31 July, 2011.
Typically in grade 3 by Fall of 2011
- U10: must be under 10 years of age on 31 July, 2011.
Typically in grade 4 by Fall of 2011
- U12: must be under 12 years of age on 31 July, 2011.
Typically in grades 5 or 6 by Fall of 2011
- U14: must be under 14 years of age on 31 July, 2011.
Typically in grades 7 or 8 by Fall of 2011
Please see the flyer for all the details, including TIMES and DATES.
Appropriate Soccer attire is required. Shin pads are required to participate in the tryout!
Do please also remember to bring lots of water.
Westborough Youth Soccer Association
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Little League Home Run Derby/Family Field Day Benefit for Jimmy Fund
- Home Run Derby (with age divisions)
- Lots of Field Day Games and Races
- Face Painting
- Arts and Crafts
- Make your own baseball card
- How Fast Can You Throw? (JUGS radar gun)
- Twister from the Worcester Tornadoes (4:00 – 5:00)
- Pie eating contest
- Bouncy house
- Burgers, dogs, and drinks available for purchase.
- House of Pizza
- 1790 House
- Piccadilly Pub
- Green Thumb
- One week of a sports camp at Westborough Tennis & Swim Club ($355 value)
- Learning Express merchandise
- Worcester Tornadoes tickets
- Red Sox Tickets
$5 admission for each kid (under 16), adults free. All proceeds will be donated to The Jimmy Fund.
Bring your family and friends to help Westborough Little League’s 10-Year Old All-Star team take a swing at cancer! For more information, please contact Jane Flerra (email@example.com, 508-898-9962) or Jen McGrath (firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-836-3634).Add a comment
Westborough Little League 2010 Jimmy Fund Participation
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Dear Westborough Little League Families,
We hope you are having a great start to your summer and staying cool!
The Westborough 10-year old All Star team is participating in the Jimmy Fund baseball tournament, and the team will be out in the community during July to help raise donations for the Jimmy Fund/Dana Farber Cancer Institute. This is a great way to teach children the importance of helping others.
We will be directly contributing to the Jimmy Fund in the following ways and would like your help in spreading the word to family/friends:
- The players will be out in their uniforms collecting in our community—look for us this Saturday at the town dump.
- Strike Out Cancer Read-A-Thon – open to children of all ages—the goal? To get kids reading! Donate $10 online at: www.jimmyfundevents.kintera.org/littleleague2010/westborough10yearoldallstars
Click on “Read-A-Thon” and make your donation. Then, email Jen McGrath at: email@example.com to register your child. Please provide your name and your name(s) and age(s) of your child(ren). Upon receipt of your registration, you will be provided instructions. There will be fun weekly prizes, a chance to win a $50 Target gift card and an ice cream party in August.
- Come to our player-run carwash, date to be determined.
Also, on Sunday, July 25 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Target Field, come to our Home Run Derby/ Family Field Day. This is a great way to have fun with your entire family and friends at an affordable price! The cost is $5 per child for unlimited game activities such as:
- Baseball home run derby
- Lots of Field Day games, both baseball and non-baseball related
- Face painting
- Arts and crafts
There will be food, fun, and prizes to be had! There will also be a baseball card maker and raffles.
All proceeds from this event will be donated to The Jimmy Fund. So, please bring your family and friends, and help the Westborough 10-Year old All Star team take a swing at cancer!
We need your help to make this a successful fundraising campaign. Please help by spreading the word.
For more information, contact Jane Flerra at: firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-898-9962 or Jen McGrath at:email@example.com or 508-836-3634.
Thanks for your support! Happy Summer!
Westboro Little League and Softball, P.O. Box 164, Westboro, MA, 01581 http://www.westborolittleleague.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-981-5468
SportsManager site: www.sportsmanager.us/WestboroLittleLeague.htm
To register on-line: www.sportsmanager.us/links/WestboroLittleLeague/OnlineRegistration.asp
Parent Login for updating information: www.sportsmanager.us/links/WestboroLittleLeague/ParentLogin.asp :
Little League Tournament staff jobs - July 5 - 21, Westborough residents only
Westborough Little League is now taking applications for student support staff to assist the Game Director in the running of the District 5 Little League Millbury 11 Year Old Memorial Baseball Tournament, being held at Target Fields from July 5 through 21.
You must be a Westborough resident and student in grade 10 or above. College students welcome.
Please see www.westborolittleleague.org on how to apply.
Westboro Little League and Softball, P.O. Box 164, Westboro, MA, 01581
SportsManager site: www.sportsmanager.us/WestboroLittleLeague.htm
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Westborough High Junior Sarah Hart Qualifies for Rowing Nationals
Having faced the challenge of cartilage operations on both knees and living in a town with no affiliation to the sport, Westborough HS junior Sarah Hart is heading to Cincinnati OH to compete in the US Rowing Youth Nationals in early June. Sarah Hart is a member of the highly successful Community Rowing Inc. (CRI) competitive youth squad, currently holding a seat in their girls’ top Varsity 8 boat which medaled silver at the May regional heats held recently on the Merrimack River in Lowell.
Alongside her commitment to school activities, including playing/singing in Band and Chorus and also being treasurer of the Model United Nations club, Hart travels six days a week after school into Brighton, MA to train and practice on the Charles - requiring her to dedicate considerable time and energy to a sport she was first introduced to at the home of rowing, Henley on Thames in the UK. "I'd suffered a torn meniscus in my right knee" said Hart "and I needed a sport where I could regain the strength in my leg without making things worse. I was lucky that Debbie Flood - herself a GB Olympic medalist in the sport - was a member of our then local Church and introduced me to rowing. The initial development I received has proved tremendously important in ensuring not just my fitness but also technique in a sport that requires both intense power and stamina".
Two years ago, having moved to the US in 2006, Sarah suffered a further setback when she required a similar operation on her other knee and it was only in the fall of last year that she really got into competitive rowing through CRI. "I truly did not believe I could or would have advanced so far in such a short time. With crew, I constantly have to challenge myself to get past that point of feeling like I can’t do it anymore. But then I pull harder and (hopefully) we go faster,” Hart said.
As a club, CRI qualified ten boats overall for nationals but not all of them are looking to medal. "For instance, our boat is in transition, losing some seniors to other commitments. It may not be reasonable to expect a top three finish at national level", said Hart "but the opportunity to bring in fresh faces from the boats below and to develop a team for the future - which will include getting ready to compete in the famous Head of the Charles race in the Fall - is one of the things I relish about being part of the squad. We will certainly be going for it, taking part is a tremendous honor and will undoubtedly be a great experience".
The Youth Nationals take place 10 - 13 June, followed by US Club Nationals in TN in mid-July.
Any Westborough student interested in taking up rowing as a sport is welcome to contact Hart at email@example.com.
A final word from Sarah Hart. "In recent times CRI has twice been voted rowing Club of the Year and has some great programs, none more so than those for a growing group of novices. I'd be happy to introduce anyone to the sport and who knows, maybe one day we could get enough interest locally to put the town of Westborough on the rowing map. Why not go for it?"Add a comment
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