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" YMCA Inline Hockey YMCA Inline hockey is open for youth and adults, there are no tryouts and everybody plays at least half a game every game. The youth leagues focus on the fundamentals, emphasizing fair play, sportsmanship and teamwork. The hockey league is a no-contact program. Leagues are divided by grades, from first grade up through high school and adult teams. Teams have one practice and one game per week. Cost is $70, in addition to a $10 YMCA membership fee. Other programs include T-ball for ages 4-5, basketball for ages 3-5, coach-pitch baseball for first and second graders and a volleyball league for ninth grade through adult. Add a $10 annual program membership fee to all programs. Financial assistance is available to qualifying families. For more information on these and other classes available, call the Norman Center YMCA, 33250 21st Ave. S.W., at 838-4708. Spring Break camps Pacific Sports Center is conducting two spring break pitching and hitting camps for ages 9-14. The first camp is April 10-12 and the second camp is April 17-19. Each camp features two sessions; players can attend one session for $50 or both sessions for $90. Each session is limited to 25 players. For more information, contact Pacific Sports Center or Denny Oughton at (253) 770-7526. Boys U-15 soccer tryouts The Maple Valley Soccer Association is having tryouts for the Boys U-15 team from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on April 7 at Glacier Park Elementary School in Maple Valley. Players must be born on or after August 1, 1986 to be eligible to play. For further information or directions, call coach Dirk Jansen at (206) 949-8999. Adult slowpitch Pierce County Parks and Recreation is offering slowpitch softball leagues for adults ages 40 plus and 50 plus on Wednesday nights at Sprinker Recreation Center south of Tacoma. Registration deadline for these and other adult slowpitch leagues is April 13. For costs and information, call (253) 798-4000. Watch Team Impact Team Impact is a group of world-class athletes who use feats of strength to convey an anti-drug, anti-alcohol message with an emphasis on academic excellence and achievement. Team Impact is appearing at 7 p.m. on April 11-15 at Decatur High School. Admission is a suggested donation of $2. For more information, call (253) 835-9209. Sports news? Do you have sports information you want published? Call Federal Way Mirror sports writer Cole Cosgrove at (253) 925-5565 or e-mail email@example.com. Send mail to: 1414 S. 324th St., Suite B-210, Federal Way, WA 98003. "