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Coaches and Parents, While at the practices, games and tournaments, have your cameras ready and take lots of pictures. Send them to the Publisher, with a description and game information. We will get them in the next issue. Cindi Brain, Publisher cindi@ycnpub.com

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The WCAA is looking for pictures of our first 12 years in existance of coaches, other volunteers, registered players and their families enjoying themselves within the programs. We are trying to create a documented history with a video collage and picture repository. Scanned copies with a small caption of what sport, team and year, who is in the picture and what went on, can be sent to Matt Morris at Matt@ wcaasports.org. Thank you! We look forward to a rich history of photos from all who have been involved.

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Cover Photo Contest Please send photos and possibly be picked for the cover. Email publisher at cindi@ycnpub.com

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Proud Member of the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce, and the New Tampa Chamber of Commerce Š 2013 WCAA Sports Magazine. All rights reserved. WCAA Sports Magazine is currently published monthly, distributed by the U.S. Postal Service free to all players and their families of the WCAA and advertisers. Unless otherwise noted, the views expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent those of the publisher. WCAA Sports Magazine logo used with permission. Lists are for reference only and do not imply official sanction or recommendation by WCAA Sports Magazine. Editorial submissions are welcome. Publisher reserves the right to reject or edit all submissions for length and clarity. The publisher is not responsible for errors or omissions.

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volunteers The WCAA is operated entirely by volunteers. WCAA volunteers serve in a variety of ways, but most of our volunteers get started by coaching or assisting a coach on one of our several hundred teams across the seven unique sports we offer. In addition to coaching, there are several other important volunteer positions needed, such as working in our concession stands or participating in one of our field maintenance day events to help keep our park looking beautiful. A few of our volunteers choose to become more involved in the operations of the WCAA by serving on our Board of Directors. The WCAA has about 30 board positions responsible for the governance of all WCAA programs. Several of the board positions are devoted to operating the individual sporting programs that the WCAA manages. There are other board positions responsible for technology platforms, sponsorships, marketing and communications activities, in addition to collaborating with Pasco County officials regarding a variety of matters.

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The WCAA is always looking for new volunteers willing to lend their talents and passions to serving the youth of our community. If you are interested in WCAA volunteer opportunities or have questions, please send an e-mail to: info@wcaasports. org. Thank you! Your help matters more than you know! Become a volunteer! 2012-2013 Rec Soccer 2013 Cheerleading 2013 Cowboys Tackle Football 2012-2013 Rec Soccer (22) 2012-2013 TARSA Season Spring AA 2013 Spring AAA 2013 Spring Angels Softball 2013 Spring Belles Softball 2013 Spring Darlings Softball 2013 Spring Majors Ozone 2013 Spring Ponytails Softball 2013 Spring Seniors Baseball 2013 Spring Sweeties 2013 Spring T-Ball 2013 Spring TBall/ABall 2013 Warriors 2013

Become a sponsor of a team With over 3300 participating families in hundreds of teams

in the various WCAA sports during an athletic year, the WCAA needs considerable support from the community, both to maintain the quality of its programs and facilities, and to make youth sporting opportunities more available to our less fortunate neighbors. The need for support from sponsors is particularly acute as cuts in parks and recreations budgets result in increasing costs to youth sports programs.

Sponsor Opportunites Association Level

Sponsorship at the association level ($3,000) guarantees the sponsor their corporate name on a banner at a minimum of three game fields and their corporate name on a team t-shirt in the three selected sports of the sponsor, and recognition on the website. A second year sponsorship is available for only $2000. League Level

Sponsorship at the league level ($2,000) guarantees the sponsor their corporate name on a banner at a minimum of two game fields and their corporate name on a

team t-shirt in the two selected sports of the sponsor, and recognition on the website. A second year sponsorship is available for only $1000. Sport Level

Sponsorship at the sport level ($750) guarantees the sponsor their corporate name on two teams’ t-shirts in the selected sport and a banner displayed at the game field for the sport season and recognition on the appropriate sport website. Team Level

Sponsorship at the team level ($250) guarantees the sponsor their logo on a team banner or their banner displayed during the team's home games and recognition on the appropriate sport website. Wesley Chapel Soccer Club accepts donations that will directly allow children between the ages of 5 - 19 to play soccer when financial need is demonstrated. A COPY OF OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. REGISTRATION NUMBER: CH23951 •

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2012-13 Fall Recreational Soccer Our 2012-13 Fall Recreational Soccer season has now come to an end with a fun and exciting "End of Season Tournament". There were some very hard fought games and

each team should be congratulated for their effort and enthusiasum. We had 3 championship games go into the evening and one game for U10 Boys was completed

in the dark due to a problem with the lights.....Way to go boys for your commitment to the game. We are now very busy planning for the Spring League and registration is open and ready for all our young soccer stars. You can find the link to the registration on our website (www. wesleychapel soccerclub.com). Each year we spend months planning the upcoming season for our kids and each year the Recreational Soccer Committee gets together to discuss how we can improve our program and make it the best possible. This last season we began a

new program never before seen in any other recreational club by having competitive training staff spend 1 session each week with every U8 through U12 team, taking our kids through a program designed to help improve their technical skills. We have received a lot of positive comments from coaches and parents about this and plan on improving this next year by ensuring the program is retooled to make sure every age group can fully benefit by taking these skills to the games on Saturdays. See you in the Spring. Paul Batson Director Recreational Soccer •

Here are the final Gold and Silver medal winners by division: Division

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arriors boys and girls recreational lacrosse season has officially begun. With blue skies and chilly morning temps Warriors teams took to the fields at Joe DiMaggio Sports Complex with enthusiasm. It was here that old and new players experienced the adrenaline of playing “the fastest game on two feet! The emphasis at the Clearwater Jamboree was not on the number of wins each team produced, but the records show the dynamic effort put out by the Warriors teams. Lady Warriors youth team came away with a 1-1-1 record. Lady Warriors middle school team won 2 of their 3 games. Warriors boys U-13 won all 3 games and although they have a lot of new players, they show a lot of promise for the season. Best of luck to all the Warriors teams for a dynamic season of lacrosse and remember to honor the game through good sportsmanship! •

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2013

Lady Wildcats Game Schedule Tuesday, 03/05/13*^

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WESLEY CHAPEL LADY WILDCATS ON THE PROWL FOR 2013 CHAMPIONSHIP RARRR!!! Wesley Chapel High School girls lacrosse team is fired up for the 2013 season. Under the coaching direction of Mike Diaz, also the USF women’s lacrosse coach, the Lady Wildcats have won all 3 off their preseason games. Since 2010 Lady Wildcats have been part of the Florida Gulf Coast League - North Division and ranked in the top three. This season the onus is on the Wildcats to hold their North Division Champion spot in order to advance to the 2013 FGCL championship after losing to Plant HS by one point in 2012. Much success to Coach Mike and Lady Cats for a successful 2013 season. GOOOOOOOO Wildcats! •

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WCAA Baseball & Softball is ready to get the Spring 2013 season underway! Practices are in full swing and the first games will take place on Saturday, March 2nd. WCAA will be hosting our Opening Day Ceremonies on Friday, March 1st, and has alot of fun things planned for all of our families. All teams should be in place on Field 1 at 6pm, and plan to be introduced to their coaches. There will be special recognition for the spring 2012 All Star teams; the National Anthem will be performed by local talent Jordyn Beer and special guests will throw out the first pitch! Concessions will offer a special dinner menu for this night, to include fried shrimp and corn on the cob, as well as the usual concession favorites. Vendors will be on hand to sell headbands, custom jewelry, spirit and bling shirts, car magnets, as well as other fun items. There will be a coach vs coach kickball game, a home run derby, chalk drawings, free bouncy houses, free face painting, and free Minute to Win It games! We are expecting over 3000 people to attend our exciting evening and hope to see you all there!

List of all teams, coaches and assistant coaches Division Team Sweetees Bulls Sweetees Gators Sweetees Noles Sweetees Spartans Darlings Bulls Darlings Gators Darlings Noles Angels Bulls Angels Gators Angels Noles Pony/Belles Bulls Pony/Belles Gators Pony/Belles Noles Pony/Belles Spartans Pony/Belles Knights Tball Rays Tball Angels Tball A's Tball Rangers Tball Yankees A Division Rockies A Division Braves A Division Marlins A Division Giants A Division Cubs A Division Diamondbacks A Division Cardinals AA National Cardinals

Manager Ivan Aviles Tamara Jimenez Lance Charrier Jason Ballata Michael McManus Bo Crawford Lisa Glatfelter Nick Foncesa Joel Eason Tom Griffing Rob Heath Ted Glime Tyler Finn Dan Ebersbach Phil Perez Keven Barber Brian Carrillo Frank Rygiel Andrew Spaw Brian Prescott Jeff Flemming Matthew Morris Peter Rygiel Danny Pimperl Lance Campbell Brett Sheldon John Pilch Pedro Mejia

Division Team AA National Braves AA National Giants AA National Marlins AA National Cubs AA American Rays AA American Yankees AA American Angels AA American Athletics AA American Rangers AAA Cardinals AAA Cubs AAA Braves AAA Marlins AAA Rangers AAA Orioles AAA A's AAA Rays Majors/Ozone Braves Majors/Ozone Cubs Majors/Ozone Giants Majors/Ozone Rockies Majors/Ozone Cardinals Majors/Ozone Marlins Seniors Rays Seniors A's Seniors Yankees Seniors Angels Seniors Orioles Seniors Rangers

Manager Eric Maddox Edward Keys Carlton Brann John Fonte Shelby Weir Greg Hoerbelt Tom McClanahan Carlos Romo Tim Dobbins Dennis Conway Jared Reid James Uzdavinis Jeff Kokocha Jorge Acosta Robert Patterson Nicholas Manco Constantinos Bangos Ed Richter Bob Wood Jeffrey Wrage Omar Funtes Shawn Francis Joel Eason Kyle Pung David Kirby Frank Smeriglio Wilfredo Delvalle Leon Nault John Shurey

Wesley Chapel Spring Break Dates are March 23rd – 30th – No games during the break. We are hosting the AA Baseball Tournament here is Wesley Chapel June 1st through June 7th, 2013

The Baseball District Tournament will be hosted by the following parks::

The Baseball State Tournament will be hosted by the following parks:

A-Ball May 25th to 31st – Bushnell

A-Ball July 06 - Sebring

AA June 1st to June 7th – Wesley Chapel

AA Machine Pitch June 29 - Wildwood

AAA June 15th to 21st – Brooksville

AAA July 13 - Freeport

Majors June 8th to June 14th - Bushnell

Majors July 06 - Desoto Softball Tournament – District Wesley Chapel Date TBA – State Hernando Date TBA

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We welcome all of your players', teams' and leagues' photographs from games, tournaments, celebrations and events. Your stories and your pictures will greatly help make the WCAA Sports magazine very special. We cannot be everywhere at once, so your participation and sharing is very important. The WCAA is here for you and your family and so is the WCAA Sports Magazine. All information, articles and pictures may be sent to ann@ycnpub.com. Our number is 813-991-0323 for further questions. Thank you in advance!

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Scout Cookie Program: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics. Cookie booths will only be in the community until March 17th, so don’t miss out on the chance to get some tasty cookies – and help girls learn a lifetime of skills! Cookie fans with smart phones can download the free Girl Scout Cookie Locator app. in the iPhone App Store or Android Market Place. The app. provides fun facts and information on Girl Scout cookies and even touts an alert feature to notify users when there will be a cookie booth sale in their area.

Twelfth Annual Women of Distinction Luncheon On March 19, Girl Scouts of West Central Florida (GSWCF) will host the twelfth annual Women of Distinction Luncheon at A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa to honor four extraordinary women in the Tampa Bay community – women whose professional accomplishments make them positive role models who inspire girls to achieve their own goals and dreams. New this year, GSWCF will also be presenting the Inaugural Woman of Promise Award to a young woman

under age 35. The 2013 honorees are: • Elise Minkoff, Pinellas County • Lorna Taylor, Hillsborough County • Robin Warren, Pinellas County • Dr. Judy Wilson, Marion County • Felicia Harvey – Woman of Promise, Hillsborough County The luncheon’s keynote speaker will be Deborah Roberts of ABC newsmagazine “20/20.” Roberts has also served as a substitute anchor on “Good Morning America” and “World News Weekend,” among many other career accomplishments. To learn more about this year’s Women of Distinction Luncheon and to purchase tickets, please visit www. gswcf.org or contact Jerri Creed: (800) 881-4475, ext. 1690 or jcreed@gswcf.org. •

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Hello again from WC Cowboys Cheer! It is great seeing all of the girls around town. They are all staying very busy and active waiting for cheer season to start. One of the questions I have been hearing the most is‌

When is registration? Good news! Online registration is now open and available for this coming season. You would need to go to www. countmein.com and click on the Cowboys Cheerleading link on the main page. We will also have walk up registration and fittings that will be held on May 15th 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm and May 18th 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at the WCAA park. If you have questions or would like more information regarding registration you can email us at wcaacheer@yahoo.com.

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Please be sure to note the age changes to our squads this year. The ages will be: Mighty Mites 5 and 6 year olds Pee Wees 7 and 8 year olds Midgets 9 and 10 year olds Junior Varsity 11 and 12 year olds Varsity 13, 14, and 15 year olds The age cut off is August 31st. One of our projects this season is to work on raising funds to purchase new uniforms. If you are interested in sponsoring the Cowboys Cheerleading organization, please contact us at wcaacheer@yahoo.com. We welcome any community support.

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The Cowboys 2013 8 on 8 Spring Indoor Football Season is fast approaching

and pre-registration is currently underway. We intend to field four teams ages 6-15. Roster spaces may be limited so don’t delay signing up. This year promises to be a fun and exciting experience for all!

General Information: Tentatively, starting March 5th, practices will held every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-8:30pm at the WCAA Complex on soccer field 8. All paperwork and registration fees shall be collected at the Cowboy's field meeting room the weekend prior. These required forms can be printed from the SYAFL.COM website or can be mailed out upon request. Please visit wccowboys.org for all the latest news and information. What does my child need in order to participate in football? WCAA supplies a majority of the necessary equipment needed to participate. Each player will receive the following: • Game Jersey • Game Pants • Helmet • Shoulder Pads • Knee, Thigh, and Tailbone Pads The following items may need to be purchased in order for your child to participate in practices and games: • Practice Pants & Jersey • Football Girdle w/3 or 5 pockets • Cup/Supporter • Football Cleats w/Molded Rubber Spikes No Metal Spikes Are Allowed! • Mouthpiece

What does my child need to wear to practice? Coaches will announce the dress code for the next practice. The majority of practices will be held in "Full Pads". Please reference the "Dress Code" for what to wear to practice. Dress Code for Football "NO PADS" - Players do not need to wear their pads or helmet to practice. Dress in workout clothing appropriate for the weather. "HELMETS ONLY" - Same as no pads except you need to wear your helmet. "SHELLS" - Players will need to wear helmet/mouthpiece, shoulder pads, and practice jersey. "FULL PADS" - Players will need to wear helmet/mouthpiece, shoulder pads, practice jersey, practice pants, girdle, knee/ thigh/tailbone pads, cup/supporter, and cleats.

We Want to congratulate our 2012 Mighty-Mite's & PEEWEE Teams for a very successful season and for proudly representing the Cowboys in the Play-Offs.

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