2006-05-05 / Sports

Pepper Steppers Leap To Victory At ADDL Tourney

Catherine Rocha (left) and Muniyra Moore (right) turn the ropes in a freestyle exercise for Monet Davis, who lifts (second from left) Cherise Bartow (third from left) at the Sorrentino Recreational Center. In the background, teammates Peter Alvarez, Laa'neisha Jones, Alicia Woodall and Aamira Moore look on. Photo by Borriello Photography.Catherine Rocha (left) and Muniyra Moore (right) turn the ropes in a freestyle exercise for Monet Davis, who lifts (second from left) Cherise Bartow (third from left) at the Sorrentino Recreational Center. In the background, teammates Peter Alvarez, Laa'neisha Jones, Alicia Woodall and Aamira Moore look on. Photo by Borriello Photography. Stan's Pepper Steppers made a great impression in earning top honors last Saturday at the American Double Dutch League City/State Championships at Kennedy Park in Hempstead.

Head coach Stan Brown was impressed with the performance from his jumpers, who qualified for the American Double Dutch League Championships in Sumter, South Carolina from June 15-17. The Pepper Steppers earned top honors overall in the singles and doubles competition. They will represent New York State in the fifth, seventh, eight and high school grades at the tournament in Sumter.

The Sorrentino Recreational Center Vikings , Arsenal and Fires will compete in Queens in the City of New York Parks and Recreation Citywide Soccer Tournament, which starts on May 6 at a location to be de-termined.

The Sorrentino Recreational Center have announced registration for the Health Plus/P.A.L./City of N.Y./ Parks and Recreation Little League baseball season, which will start on June 24.

Registration will be on a first come first served basis and will take place at the Sorrentino Center at 1848 Cornaga Avenue in Far Rockaway.

Practices will be held every Tuesday and Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at O'Donahue Park, located at Beach 17th Street and Seagirt Blvd.

Two divisions will consist of 12 and under co-ed and 13-15 co-ed. The Center is looking for kids who will head to high school in the fall or are currently freshman to maintain their skills in the 13-15 division.

12 and under games will be played on Saturdays 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. Afternoon games for the 13-15 year old teams will start at 1 and 3 p.m.

The Little League is also looking for volunteer coaches and officials to apply and participate.

For further information contact Stan Brown or if you'd like to find out about other programs at the center, call 718-471-4818. The Sorrentino Center is located on 18-48 Cornaga Avenue.

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