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Maplewood Recreation Department: YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMS
Below is a list of our current and upcoming sports programs. You can register for these programs at: https://register.communitypass.net/maplewood. You may have to register for certain programs at their specific organization websites listed below. 

If you have any questions regarding any of our programs, please feel free to contact the Recreation Department at (973) 763-4202.

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2016 Two-Town Triathlon
The 2016 Two Town Triathlon will be held this year in South Orange. For more information, please call the Baird at (973) 378-7754.
Click HERE for the registration form.



RECREATION BASEBALL - Spring 2016
 

South Orange-Maplewood Baseball is administered by the South Orange Department of Recreation.

Registration for the 2016 spring season of South Orange-Maplewood Baseball is underway. SOM Baseball is operated under the banner of the national Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth organization and is open to South Orange and Maplewood residents, ages 5 to 15. League eligibility and placement is based on the child's age as of April 30, 2016 (sorry, no exceptions).

In person registration will be taken at The Baird in South Orange AND Town Hall in Maplewood as follows:
•        Saturday and Sunday, January 30 and 31, 1:00-4:00 pm
•        Saturday and Sunday, February 6 and 7, 1:00-4:00 pm
New players MUST register in person. Any child who did not play in the Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth program in 2015 must register at one of the registration sessions listed above and bring a copy of their birth certificate.

Returning players have the option of online or in person registration. Online registration is available through February 7th for all players who participated in South Orange Maplewood Baseball in spring, 2015. To register online, click HERE and find the appropriate baseball program for your child. (Please Note: If you create a NEW account or this is the first time you are registering for a program on this website, you may need to wait up to 24 hours for your online account to be activated. Convenience fees apply to all online registrations. These fees are paid directly to the Internet Service Provider.) The fee for spring baseball is $95 per child.

Members of the South Orange Maplewood Baseball Committee will be on hand at all registration sessions to answer any questions.

Additional baseball program details and registration information are available at www.sombaseball.org. 

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MSO RECREATION SOFTBALL - Spring 2016

Maplewood South Orange Softball is administered by the Maplewood Department of Recreation. 

All Maplewood and South Orange girls from Kindergarten through grade 8 are eligible to participate in the Maplewood/South Orange Softball program. The registration fee is $95 per child.

In person registration will be taken at The Baird in South Orange and Town Hall in Maplewood as follows:
•        Saturday and Sunday, January 23 and 24, 1:00-4:00 pm
•        Saturday and Sunday, February 6 and 7, 1:00-4:00 pm
Registration for girls softball is also taken at the Maplewood Recreation Department Monday-Friday, 9am to 4pm, from January 25 through February 26. Online registration is available during this same timeframe HERE. 

For more information on the MSO softball program, go to www.eteamz.com/msosoftball. 

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SPRING 2016 GROUP TENNIS LESSONS 

Maplewood Tennis is run by local tennis pro John Trinity and his staff. There are a variety of classes offered to accommodate children 5 and over with different skill levels. Classes are held at the Memorial Park Tennis Courts on Valley Street. For more information about our offered tennis programs, please go towww.maplewoodtennis.com. 

Pee Wee Tennis: Ages 3 & 4: This class serves as an introduction to tennis in a non-competitive environment. Activities are designed for immediate success and there is no rallying among players. Lower nets, Red-Level Foam balls and various stationary equipment leads the students to master the basics of tennis. Strokes include the volley, forehand, and backhand. Classes Meet Saturdays 9:30AM – 10:00AM or Saturdays 10:00AM - 10:30AM or Thursdays 5:00-5:30PM.                                                        

Hot Shots Tennis: Ages  5 & 6: This class continues the introduction to tennis in a non-competitive environment. Activities include rallying when possible and smaller nets at a lower height. Red-Level Foam balls and shortened 36 foot courts provide students with the opportunities to succeed at tennis. Strokes include the volley, forehand, backhand, and preliminary serving technique.

Classes Meet Tuesdays 4:45PM - 5:30PM or Saturdays 10:45AM - 11:30AM.


*For children ages 7-15, students in each class will be grouped by age/ability.

Children Level 1 (ages 7, 8, 9). This class transitions players from Hot Shots into 60 foot courts. Orange-Level Balls are used as students learn the basics for rallying in tennis from the baseline and closer to the net. Instruction focuses on movement towards the tennis ball and on Games that allow the focus to be on correct movement and stroke technique. Strokes include the volley, forehand, backhand, and serve. 

Children Level 2 ( ages 9, 10, 11, 12). This class is designed to transition into regulation size courts (78 foot), regulation tennis balls and Green Level balls are used. All strokes are covered and emphasis is on rallying, point play and strategy development.

Children Level 3 (ages 12, 13, 14, 15). This class continues development of all strokes but adds emphasis on offensive and defensive use. Singles and doubles strategy is covered and drills focus more on strategy and tactics. This class is for players currently competing in tournaments, club teams, or are planning to play high school tennis. Only regulation tennis balls are used for this class.

Children's Classes Meet:

Tuesdays 5:30PM-7:00PM Children Level 1 and Children Level 2

or

Thursdays 5:30PM-7:00PM Children Level 2 and Children Level 3

or

Saturdays 11:30-1:00PM Children Level 1 and Children Level 2 andChildren Level 3

Registration Fees:   .......................Before April 1st     After April 1st

 

PEE WEE Classes (thirty minutes):                      $55.00          $60.00

Hot Shots Classes: (forty-five minutes):              $70.00          $75.00

Adult and Children (90 minute) Classes:              $135.00         $145.00

PEE WEE and Hot Shots Classes have a student/teacher ratio of 4:1, All other classes have a student/teacher ratio of 6:1 or fewer.

Class Scheduled Meeting Dates:  (Spring Classes Meet 5 Times)

Saturdays: May 14, May 21,  June 4, June 11, June 18

Tuesdays: May 17, May 24, May 31, June 7, June 14

Thursdays: May 19, May 26, June 2, June 9, June 16


NO CLASSES WILL MEET on Saturday May 28th  (Memorial Day Holiday).

RAINED-OUT classes will be made up by adding additional classes to the end of the schedule,

until five classes have been held.  No Individual MAKE-UPS for missed classes. 

 **Classes meet at Memorial Park Tennis Courts…

IMPORTANT-IMPORTANT-IMPORTANT: The Memorial Park tennis courts are nearing completion of a full ground up restoration that began in the fall of 2015. The courts are scheduled to be available for use at approximately the same time our programs are scheduled to begin.

If the Memorial Park courts are not available at our program start time, all lessons will be moved, temporarily, across the street to Walter Park - as was the case in the fall. We will post updates on our website and send out email updates prior to the start of the program providing information as to the location of the lessons. Although this may be inconvenient for the start of our program we are very excited about the brand new tennis courts going forward. Any questions regarding the status of the courts should be directed to the Maplewood Recreation Department: 973-763-4202. We will provide updates on our website and through emails as we are made aware of the court progress. Thanks for your patience!

Registration begins Tuesday, March 1 at the Recreation Department

574 Valley Street: 973-763-4202. For Online Registration please go to:
https://register.communitypass.net/maplewood

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SUMMER TENNIS CAMP 2016

Camp Sessions

Session One:  June 27, 28, 29, 30,

Session Two:  July 11, 12, 13, 14

Session Three:  July 18, 19, 20, 21

Session Four: August 1, 2, 3, 4

Session Five:  August 8, 9, 10, 11

Session Six:  August 15, 16, 17, 18

Camp Location

Memorial Park & Walter Park Tennis Courts

Camp Curriculum

  • Stroke production - all basic strokes covered
  • Drills designed to enhance individual success and improvement
  • Strength, flexibility, and plyometric training
  • Footwork drills/analysis
  • Singles and doubles tactics/strategy

A Typical Day at Camp

9:30 - 9:45 Rally Warm-up on Court

9:45 - 10:15 Stretching, agility, plyometrics

10:15 - 11:45 Drills for strokes/strategy

11:45 - 12:10 Off-court: Snack Break

12:15 - 12:50 Group drills/games

12:50 - 1:00 Wrap-up

Camp Times and Ages

9:30AM - 1:00PM / Ages 5-14

Beginner to Intermediate Level

Cost/Registration:

Early Registration:  Until May 1st:

$225 for 1 Session

Regular Registration:  After May 1st:  

$245 for 1 Session

Registration begins Tuesday, March 1 at the Recreation Department

574 Valley Street: 973-763-4202. For Online Registration please go to:
https://register.communitypass.net/maplewood

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HOMETOWN ULTIMATE SCRIMMAGE (SPRING 2016)

Ultimate is a fast-moving team sport that emphasizes athleticism and sportsmanship. It combines the aerial passing skills found in football with the quick transitions from offense to defense found in basketball, all using a high tech plastic disc (frisbee). Ultimate was invented at Columbia High School (CHS), in Maplewood, NJ, in 1968, and is now played by millions of people around the world. It is the fastest growing sport in the country, with two professional leagues recently founded and more US players than lacrosse and rugby combined.

Hometown Ultimate Scrimmage is a co-ed recreational group dedicated to safe and fun play of Ultimate Frisbee.  This Spring Scrimmage season will focus on gameplay, a few simple drills, and sportsmanship with other participants.  Hometown Ultimate Intramural (with its focus on more in-depth instruction, intramural teams, and more intense gameplay) will return in Fall, 2016.

This Spring season is open to anyone on a first come-first serve basis.  In other words, no tryouts will be held.  It's encouraged that all rookie participants be available for the first two sessions.  A waitlist will be used for anyone who is interested in the program after the maximum is reached.  Hometown Ultimate Scrimmage is open to 6th to 8th graders. Players of all levels are welcome and encouraged to join both the spring and fall season. Practices and games are Sunday afternoons from March 20th - June 12th (no program on 3/27, 5/8, 5/29). 

PARTICIPANTS: Children in Grades 6-8 Only

WHEN: Sundays, March 20 – June 12 (12:45pm – 3:30pm) (no program on 3/27, 5/8, 5/29)

WHERE: Maplecrest Park

FEE: $60

*Hometown Ultimate Scrimmage is looking for volunteers (high school or older) for the Spring season to help with Sunday sessions. If interested, please give the Maplewood Recreation Department a call at 973-763-4202.*   

Registration for the Spring 2016 session is now open. Register by calling the Maplewood Recreation Department at (973) 763-4202 or online at https://register.communitypass.net/maplewood.

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HOMETOWN ULTIMATE INTRAMURAL FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLERS (COMING FALL 2016)

Ultimate is a fast-moving team sport that emphasizes athleticism and sportsmanship. It combines the aerial passing skills found in football with the quick transitions from offense to defense found in basketball, all using a high tech plastic disc (frisbee). This program is for children in grades 6-8 who are interested in learning the basic fundamentals and strategies behind Ultimate Frisbee.

Pre-Register: Pre-registration, which is free, is now open, and will stay open until August 28th.  If interest exceeds available spaces, a tryout will be held (see dates below). No experience is needed to try out. If space is available for all who are interested and can commit to the attendance requirement for the program, then no tryout will be held, but all new participants will be expected to attend the orientation in lieu of tryouts on Sat, September 12th. Additional information about the need for tryouts and other program details will be communicated by the head coach once Pre-registration closes.

Pre-registration can be done online at https://register.communitypass.net/maplewood. Pre-registration can also be done by calling the Recreation Department at (973) 763-4202. 

Tryouts, if needed: Sunday, September 13th (from 12:15 to 2:30) and Saturday, September 19th (from 12:45 to 3:30). Players must be Pre-Registered in order to try out.

New Player Orientation, if no tryouts: Saturday, September 19th   (from 12:45 to 3:30).

Regular Season: 
Sundays, 12:45-3:30pm, starting Sunday, September 20th through and including the Sunday prior to Thanksgiving.

Cost: Once the official roster is selected, if your child makes the team, the cost will be:
TBD 

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the recreation department at 973-763-4202.

Interested in Volunteering to Coach? Please contact the recreation department at the above number. 

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 US SPORTS INSTITUTE: SPRING CAMPS

The US Sports Institute has been providing sports camps and year-round sport programs to communities for over 10 years.  They enable each camper to grow in an atmosphere that promotes integrity, self-esteem, positive values and good  sportsmanship.  We are dedicated to delivering quality  programs, where children will not only have great fun but also learn that "character really counts!"

GOLF SQUIRTS & SENIOR SQUIRTS (age 4 to 8):  Using the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system, participants use oversized, lightweight clubs to encourage the correct grip and swing technique. In a safe and controlled environment this program makes learning simple, progressive and fun.

Maplewood Online Squirts Schedule: http://goo.gl/kZla1J

Visit USsportsInstitute.com or call 732-563-2520

SPRING CLASSES

Dates:                   April 18 - June 6

Details:               7 weekly classes - No class 5/30

Mondays 3:30-4:30 (age 4-5)

    4:30-5:30 (age 5-6)

    5:30-6:30 (age 7-8)

 

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SOCCER - PARENT & ME SQUIRTS (age 2 to 3): With a parent participating by their side, this program will stimulate a child's imagination, develop motor skills and encourage social interaction. In this class children will learn basic soccer skills, including dribbling, shooting, and passing.

Maplewood Online Squirts Schedule: http://goo.gl/kZla1J

Visit USsportsInstitute.com or call 732-563-2520

SPRING CLASSES

Dates:                   April 17 - June 12

Details:               8 weekly classes - No class 5/29

Sundays 9:00-9:45, 10:15-11:00

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T-BALL - PARENT & ME SQUIRTS (age 2 to 3):  With a parent participating by their side, this program will stimulate a child's imagination, develop motor skills and encourage social interaction. With the help of Mom or Dad children will develop their T-Ball skills in hitting, throwing and fielding.

Maplewood Online Squirts Schedule: http://goo.gl/kZla1J

Visit USsportsInstitute.com or call 732-563-2520

SPRING CLASSES

Dates:                   April 16 - June 11

Details:               7-8 weekly classes - No class 4/30 & 5/28

      Saturdays 4:15-5:00

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T-BALL SQUIRTS (age 3 to 5):  Utilizing fun games and activities, players will develop their skills in hitting, throwing and fielding.  At the end of each session participants will apply these skills into a scrimmage. 

Maplewood Online Squirts Schedule: http://goo.gl/kZla1J

Visit USsportsInstitute.com or call 732-563-2520

SPRING CLASSES

Dates:                   April 16/19 - June 11/7

Details:               7-8 weekly classes - No class 4/30 &

                           Saturdays 2:00-3:00, 3:00-4:00 / Tuesdays 4:30-5:30

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TOTAL SPORTS SQUIRTS & SENIOR SQUIRTS (age 3 to 7): Participants have the opportunity to experience Lacrosse, Soccer, Basketball, T-Ball, Floor Hockey & Flag Football. All sports are taught in a safe, structured and fun learning environment.

 Maplewood Online Squirts Schedule: http://goo.gl/kZla1J

Visit USsportsInstitute.com or call 732-563-2520

SPRING CLASSES

Dates:                   April 17/19 - June 12/7

Details:               8 weekly classes - No class 5/29

Sundays 9:00-10:00, 10:15-11:15 (age 3-5)

Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 (age 3-5)

Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 (age 5-7)

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LACROSSE – BOYS (age 5-14) With an emphasis on passing, catching and scooping, participants will learn how to play lacrosse through a series of activities and then take part in small scrimmages to put into practice what they have learned. Focusing developing a basic understanding of the sport, all Lacrosse curriculums have been designed for the beginner to intermediate player.

Maplewood Online Lacrosse Schedule: http://goo.gl/Z7IQDP

Visit USsportsInstitute.com or call 732-563-2520

SPRING CLASSES (age 5-12)

Dates:                   April 16 – June 11

Details:               7 weekly classes - No class 4/30 & 5/28

Saturdays 9:00-10:00, 11:30-12:30, 12:45-1:45

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LACROSSE – GIRLS (age 5-14) With an emphasis on passing, catching and scooping, participants will learn how to play lacrosse through a series of activities and then take part in small scrimmages to put into practice what they have learned. Focusing developing a basic understanding of the sport, all Lacrosse curriculums have been designed for the beginner to intermediate player.

Maplewood Online Lacrosse Schedule: http://goo.gl/Z7IQDP

Visit USsportsInstitute.com or call 732-563-2520

SPRING CLASSES (age 5-12)

Dates:                   April 16 – June 11

Details:               7 weekly classes - No class 4/30 & 5/28

Saturdays 9:00-10:00, 10:15-11:15, 11:30-12:30, 12:45-1:45



For information or to register:
Please call (866) 345-BALL or visit www.USsportsInstitute.com


Details of age groups are outlined on the home page where you can also click the link to register. Season will begin the week of September 8th. 

US Sports Institute Spring Information

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MAPLEWOOD LACROSSE CLUB – SPRING 2016

Maplewood Lacrosse Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing boys the opportunity to have fun playing youth lacrosse and have positive development experiences.

We are affiliated with US Lacrosse and strive to ‘Honor the Game’ by teaching and encouraging boys to learn the game and develop their skills in a positive environment that promotes teamwork and good sportsmanship.

We understand that children actively participate in other sports throughout the year. MLC encourages children to play seasonal sports and suggests that children playing multiple sports in a season give priority to their in-season sport.

Programs are described on the Team Overview tab on our site (www.maplewoodlacrosseclub.com). The Maplewood Lacrosse Club (MLC) is an all-volunteer run club and as such continues to seek people with time and talent to contribute, especially coaches. Please contact a member of the program if you are interested in helping.  For additional information: 

Registration for Spring 2016 opens on 10/18 for returning players and 10/25 for new players.

 


TWO TOWNS TRIATHLON 2016 TBA

The Two Towns Triathlon is sponsored by the South Orange and Maplewood Departments of Recreation & Cultural Affairs. Entrants MUST be residents of South Orange or Maplewood between the ages of 7 and 14 (as of June, 20, 2016). Through this event, we are promoting active participation in the aerobic sports of swimming, biking, and running, hoping to foster an increased interest in overall health at an early age.


REGISTRATION: Registration opens TBA. This registration form must be returned IN PERSON with payment and PROOF OF RESIDENCY to Maplewood Township’s Town Hall. SPACE IS LIMITED to 60 athletes in each age group. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first serve basis. The REGISTRATION DEADLINE is TBA or when all spots are taken, whichever comes first.

ENTRY FEE: $30.00. All racers will receive a triathlon t-shirt.

RACE DAY
6:30 am Registration check-in
7:00 am Stretch and Warm up
7:45 am Announcement of Race
8:00 am Start of first heat

COURSE INFORMATION: The 2016 Two Towns Triathlon will be held in Maplewood. Participants will swim laps in the Maplewood Community Pool, bike from the pool to Maplecrest Park , and run through Maplecrest Park, finishing the race in front of the Maplecrest Skate House. Details will be provided upon registration. Racers will be timed from the beginning to end of the triathlon. Split times will not be recorded.

 

AGE

SWIM

BIKE*

RUN*

7-8

50 yards

1.25 miles

1/2 mile

9-10

100 yards

1.75 miles

1 mile

11-12

150 yards

2.75 miles

1 1/2 miles

13-14

200 yards

3.25 miles

2 miles


* Distances are approximate.

PRIZES: Bronze participation medals will be awarded. Gold and Silver medals will be awarded for 1st and 2nd place for boys and girls in each age group.

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Participants must provide their own bicycle and CPSC certified bike helmet. Swim cap that is provided must be worn during the swim.

PACKET PICK-UP: At Town Hall on Friday, June 19th from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm OR Saturday, June 20th, 6:30-7:00 a.m. Mandatory racer meeting on the Pool Deck at 7:30 am on June 20th.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: If you would like to volunteer to assist with this event, please send an email to .

COMPLETE RACE DETAILS, RULES AND REGULATIONS WILL BE PROVIDED AT A LATER DATE AT TOWN HALL IN MAPLEWOOD.

TWO TOWNS TRIATHLON REGISTRATION FORM 


Triathlon Rules


Kids TriMap Bike Route


Kids TriMap Run Route

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MAPLEWOOD BASKETBALL PROGRAMMING - FALL/WINTER 2015

RECREATIONAL BASKETBALL

Saturday Morning Skills and Fundamentals including gameplay - 
A program designed to introduce players to the basics and fundamentals of the game of basketball. Through various drills, players will learn the proper techniques of dribbling, passing, shooting and defense. All drills are designed to teach players the basics of each fundamental skill, while also incorporating conditioning and some gameplay. Open to boys and girls of Maplewood and South Orange. 

** - Registration is limited to the first 40 participants in each age group**

December 5-February 20 (10 Weeks. NO basketball on: 12/26 & 1/2/2016)

2nd & 3rd Grades: 9:00am-10:15am
4th & 5th Grades: 10:30am-11:45am


COST:  $65 for program payable to Maplewood Recreation Department & $15 for jersey/uniform fee payable to JAG Outfitters

 

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Suburban Travel Basketball Teams:

The Recreation Department sponsors travel teams that participate in the local Suburban Essex League. Through an intense and highly competitive tryout, players are selected for teams. Once selected, teams will immediately begin practicing 2-4 times per week, and play twice a week starting in December. Players are expected to be fully committed to teams, and should notify coaches prior to tryouts if they have any other commitment during the season. Players who wish to tryout for the travel teams should have an advanced skill level and knowledge of the game. Players must be able to perform at a high level based upon the coaches’ philosophy and competitive nature of the league. Since travel teams are playing at a highly competitive level, players who are selected, are not guaranteed playing time. Playing time will be issued at the coaches’ discretion. 10-11 players will be selected for each team. 


Boys Preseason Basketball Clinics For Suburban Travel Participants

Designed for the players interested in playing travel basketball who want to prepare for the upcoming tryouts. During these sessions, strong emphasis will be placed on training of ball handling, shooting, and conditioning. Players will be put through drills that will foster the skills needed to compete during the travel team tryouts in October. Run by the travel team coaches. There is no fee for this program.  

Sessions will run for one hour and fifteen minutes. Open to Maplewood and South Orange Residents in grades 4-8.  South Orange Residents will have to register after team has been selected. Maplewood residents will already be registered. 

**Participation in this program does not guarantee you a spot on any team**
** All sessions held at Maplewood Middle School** 

Dates:

September 8, 10, 17, 22, 24, 29

Times: 

Grades 4, 5, 6 – 6:00pm-7:15pm
Grades 7 & 8 – 7:30pm-8:45pm

Girls Preseason Basketball Clinics for Suburban Travel Participants

For all girls interested in learning the basic fundamentals of basketball. During these sessions, strong emphasis will be placed on training of ball handling, shooting, and conditioning. Players will be put through drills that will focus on building proper fundamentals October. There is no fee for this program, however pre-registration is required. Sessions will be run by local area College and High School Coaches. 

Sessions will run for one hour and fifteen minutes. 

Open to Maplewood and South Orange Residents in grades 3-8 (there are no 3rd & 4th grade girl’s teams but participation is encouraged for girls in those grades for future teams). 

**Participation in this program does not guarantee you a spot on any team**
** All sessions held at Maplewood Middle School** 

Dates: 

September 9 – Jerry Aquino – Varsity Head Coach, Mount St Dominic Academy
September 16 – Seton Hall University Girls Basketball
September 30 – Seton Hall University Girls Basketball
October 14 - TBA
October 21 - TBA

Times: 

Grades 3-5 – 6:00pm-7:15pm
Grades 6-8 – 7:30pm-8:45pm



Tryout Schedules:

Boys Tryout Dates and Times (Must attend both Tryouts):

Friday October 2 & Friday October 9
7th Grade Boys: 6:00pm-7:30pm
8th Grade Boys: 7:30pm-9:00pm

Monday, October 5 & Wednesday, October 7
5th Grade Boys: 6:00-7:30pm
6th Grade Boys: 7:30pm-9:00pm

Tuesday October 6 & Thursday October 8
4th Grade Boys: 6:00pm-7:30pm

Girls Team Tryouts: 

5th & 6th Grade Girls - Team Monday, Oct. 26th & Wednesday, Oct. 28th from 6:00-7:30 pm @ Maplewood Middle School

7th & 8th Grade Girls Team - Monday, Oct. 26th & Wednesday, Oct. 28th from 7:30-9:00 pm @ Maplewood Middle School


Tryout Rules:
•        All players MUST be residents of Maplewood or South Orange, regardless of which school you attend. 
•        Players MUST tryout for their appropriate grade level team, based on the 2015-2016 School year. 
•        Players ARE NOT allowed to “play up.”
•        Players MUST attend all tryouts. 
•        All players interested in trying out, MUST pre-register via community pass @ http://register.communitypass.net/maplewood or by calling the Maplewood Recreation Department at (973) 763-4202. 

COST: $175 per player. ($125 payable to Maplewood Recreation Department, $50 payable to JAG Outfitters)

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COUGAR WRESTLING

The Cougar Wrestling program is affiliated with the Maplewood Department of Recreation & Cultural Affairs. This program is for boys and girls in grades 2-8.  

FOR MORE INFORMATION regarding Cougar Wrestling, please contact Coach Jermiah Fleming at

Website: www.msowrestlingclub.com

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COUGAR SOCCER CLUB

For information on the Cougar Soccer Club programs, teams, camps, and registration, please visit their website @ www.cougarsoccerclub.com. 




574 Valley St.
Maplewood Township, NJ 07040
Ph: (973) 762-8120