Sports Briefs for April 9: Traveling baseball teams accepting registration |

Sports Briefs for April 9: Traveling baseball teams accepting registration

Traveling baseball teams accepting registration

Craig Youth Traveling Baseball is now accepting registration for the 2012 season.

Players 8 to 14 can register and the organization is hoping to get a team for each age group.

Registration is $50 per player, which includes a hat and jersey.

The deadline to register is April 14 and practice will begin April 16.

The teams will play in at least three tournaments with additional games possible.

Players will learn to be a team player, sportsmanship, the basics of the game, and how to have fun.

For more information, call Mark at 824-2471, Don at 629-8154, or Frances at 629-0774.

Swimming lessons available for youth

Craig Parks and Recreation is now taking registration for swimming lessons for youth 3 through 15 years old.

Classes are Monday through Thursday and last for two weeks.

The first session begins June 4.

Class sizes are limited to six participants per class.

Registration is $35 per swimmer.

Sign up at Craig City Hall, 300 W. Fourth St, or online at

For more information, call 826-2029.

MCHS hosting spring water aerobics class

Craig Parks and Recreation is offering a spring water aerobics class now through May 2.

The class meets from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday and Wednesdays at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane.

Classes will not take place April 2 and 4 due to spring break.

There is a $30 fee for six weeks and a drop-in fee is $3.

Water aerobics improves cardiovascular fitness, flexibility and body tone while the water provides added resistance yet is less stressful on joints than traditional aerobic classes.

Anyone interested may sign up online at or stop by Craig City Hall, 300 W. Fourth St.

For more information, call 826-2017.

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