The Tracy chapter of the National Junior Basketball League will take registration through Oct. 11 for its winter season, which runs from Dec. 6 to Feb. 28.
The season includes practice twice a week, games on Sundays, and championship play for the top teams in March. NJB has boys and girls teams for youths in kindergarten through eighth grade, and it also will have tryouts for its “All Net League” for boys and girls who will compete with teams from San Joaquin, Alameda and Sacramento counties.
Registration fee is $150 for Rookies/Division 4, kindergarten through second grade; $225 for Divisions 1, 2 and 3, third through eighth grades; and $325 for the All Net Leauge.
For information: 612-1609.
Youth Hoops signups
The Tracy Parks and Community Services Department is now taking registration for its Youth Hoops basketball league. The league is open to boys and girls in third through eighth grades, with a co-ed league for the older players.
Registration fee is $70 per player, $75 for out-of-town players, and players can sign up through the city’s Web site, www.ci.tracy.ca.us/stareg, through Oct. 29. If space is still available after that, the city will host a signup day during the skills assessment on Oct. 31 at West High.
For information: 831-6200.
NJB needs referees
National Junior Basketball youth basketball league is recruiting referees for the 2009-2010 Season. Games will be played at Tracy and West high schools on Sundays from December through March.
NJB will host a referee orientation at 3 p.m. Oct. 18 and a referee clinic at 3 p.m. Nov. 8. These are mandatory meetings for those who want to be certified as NJB referees.
For information: Janine Burgess 609-4011.
Trout Bout at Oak Grove
San Joaquin County Parks and Recreation and the Delta Fly Fishers will host the 25th annual Trout Bout on Nov. 21 at Oak Grove Regional Park on Eight Mile Road in Stockton. About 2,500 pounds of trout will be planted for the tournament, which is free for kids 15 and younger.
There will be four age divisions: 8 and under; 9 to 12; 13 to 15; and 16 and older, with first place prizes going to the heaviest fish in each division.
There is no registration fee for the event, but a $3 fishing permit fee and valid California fishing license are required for participants age 16 and older. A $5 parking fee will also apply. Participants must supply their own fishing equipment.
Park gates open at 6:15 a.m., registration closes at 10 a.m. and the last weigh-in is at 12:30 p.m.
For information: 331-2050 or go to www.mgzoo.com.
Tracy High sports info
Statistics, schedules, photos and videos of Tracy High athletes can be found at www.tracyhighfootball.com and www.tracyhighwaterpolo.com. Website creator Stu Jossey posts game results as well as information for team members and their families on upcoming games and other events.