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by Tracy Press staff
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Wolf Pack Feast Fundraiser

WHEN: 6 to 10 p.m., Friday, Jan. 27

WHERE: Tracy Community Center, 950 East St.

DETAILS: Home Field Advantage, the West High athletics booster club, will host a tri-tip and shrimp scampi dinner, with raffles and live and silent auctions, all to raise money for West High athletics programs.

COST: $35

INFO: 814-7118, or e-mail judyanndaily@hotmail.com.



City softball league

WHEN: Through Feb. 14

DETAILS: Registration is open for the Tracy’s Spring Adult Softball League, with divisions for novice, intermediate and advanced divisions for men’s, women’s and coed teams.

INFO: 831-6858 or go to www.tracyartsandrec.com.



High school gymnastics signups

WHERE: Classic Gymnastics, 3602 Mars Way, Suite 113

DETAILS: Tracy, West and Kimball students can stop by Classic Gymnastics to try out for their high school girls’ gymnastics teams. All three teams will begin conditioning in January, and will compete in California Interscholastic Federation events in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League and the Central Coast Section during the spring sports season. New and returning gymnasts must have a current physical on file at their school bookkeeper’s office before coming to practice.

INFO: 832-5554



Soccer tryouts

DETAILS: The Tracy Futbol Club Crossfire U14 girls team seeks players for a competitive team. Interested players should call for a tryout.

INFO: Lance Delbridge, 814-7462.



Soccer tryouts

DETAILS: Tracy Futbol Club’s Vipers under-13 girls team seeks competitive soccer players. Players should call ahead to arrange a tryout.

INFO: Alex Nguyen, 612-7008



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