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Sonoma Youth Lacrosse

Registration is still open for the spring 2019 season. No experience necessary and equipment is provided. Practices begin this week and next. Girls teams at 8U, 10U, 12U & high school and boys teams at 8U & 10U all have room on their rosters for additional players. Questions? Call (415) 336-6063, or visit


An article in last week’s Sports section incorrectly identifed the major race partner who would not be returning to Sonoma Raceway in 2019. That missing partner will be IndyCar, not Nascar.

Girls Fastpitch Softball

Britt Kelleher will lead a “Learn to Pitch” clinic for girls, hosted by the Sonoma Girls Softball Association, on Saturday, Feb. 23, from 10 a.m. to noon. She has coached the fundamentals of windmill pitching for over nine years and coaches recreation teams of all ages, as well as having served as pitching coach for 8U and 10U travel softball teams. Cost is $30. For more information or to RSVP, contact the Sonoma Girls Softball at, or call Britt Kelleher at (503) 550-4372, or email to sign up.

Fast-pitch Softball opening day is Saturday, March 2nd at 9 a.m. The game will be payed at Field of Dreams if no rain, or indoors at the SVHS gym in case of rain.

Hit the Road Jack

The annual Hit the Road Jack footrace from the Sonoma Plaza will take place this year on June 2. However they are not planning their usual half marathon this year, though will continue with the 3.5k and 10k races. For registration and information visit

Napa-Sonoma Half Marathon

The annual Napa to Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon, which will take place on July 21 this year, has sold out for they ninth year in a row. More than 4,000 athletes from 47 states and 17 countries will race on this scenic course. The course starts at Cuvasion Estate Winery and ends at the Sonoma Plaza. Runners can still register to participate in the new Rosé 5k, on Saturday, July 20. To register visit

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