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SONOMA VALLEY HIGH School’s Dan Deely and Vinny Albano have combined their senior project efforts into producing the popular Home Run Derby taking place on Saturday, April 19, at Arnold Field, with the money raised going toward improvements and restoration of Arnold Field, and for the Dragons’ baseball program. The senior project Home Run Derby is for ages 6-to-12-years-old attempting to homer from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; ages 13-to-17 from 3 to 5 p.m.; and ages 18-and-over from 5 to 8 p.m., with costs being $5 for eight swings and $10 for 10 swings. The fundraiser also includes prizes for the winners, a barbecue, and a raffle. For more details contact Deely at 299-7974.


SONOMA VALLEY YOUTH Football and Cheer Junior Dragons online registration is underway for grid ages 6-to-12-years-old, and cheerleaders ages 5-to-12, at sonomajrdragons.net. The season runs from July through November. For costs or more details, contact Tricia Baker at tricialbaker@gmail.com.


SONOMA VALLEY TENNIS Association, along with Kiwanis Club of Sonoma Plaza, Rotary Club of Sonoma and the Bodil Sorenson Junior Tennis Memorial Fund, are sponsoring a free junior tennis program for ages 6-to-15-years-old for beginners and returning players every Saturday in April and May at the Maxwell Farms Regional Park courts (weather permitting). The free tennis program – under the direction of SVTA’s USPTA pro Felipe Monroy – starts Saturday, April 5, with level-A ages 6-to-11 going from 3:30 to 4:30, and level-B ages 12-to-15 taking the court from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. For more details, contact Monroy at 916-879-0212.

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