San Tan Valley youth to compete in Aquafina® Major League Baseball® Pitch, Hit & Run™ Competition

Paladin Sports Outreach to host the free competition for the second straight year Participation is FREE and open to boys and girls ages 7-14.Pitch, Hit & Run™ is the Official Skills Competition of Major League Baseball®. This grassroots program is designed to provide youngsters with an opportunity to compete, free of charge, in a competition that recognizes individual excellence in core baseball/softball skills.
Managers, Coaches, Team Parents and all Parents: Do you have a love for youth baseball? Do you want to help keep San Tan Valley a great place to live and raise kids? Want priority parking at the fields on Saturday? Need a few nights away from kids, enjoying adult, witty banter and sarcasm?
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  San Tan Foothills High School’s 3rd Annual Golf Tournament was a huge success and fun for all who participated.  Superstition Springs Golf Course in Mesa was filled on a recent Saturday with San Tan Foothills High supporters. A crowd of more than 50 golfers enjoyed an entertaining day with friends while enjoying delicious food, great prizes, fabulous awards, and great camaraderie.
Camp Sabercats started this week with 25 young Sabercats from 1st grade through 8th grade.  Coach Toby Wright has the kids learning the first step to being a explosive athlete. For some the best part of camp was the Free lunch all campers receive each day.
Congratulations to the San Tan Foothills High School Cheerleaders who qualified for State and took 3rd place at the Agua Fria State Qualifier in Surprise.   The athletes will go on to compete at the Spectacular Cheer and Dance competition in December, the Pima Invite in January and then off to State on February 5th in Presco.
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