Parks and recreaton: Nov. 27

November 25, 2013 

Basketball

Apex adults

Registration for ages 18 and older will be open until Thursday, Dec. 12. The league will play from January to March. This costs $450 per team, and $25 per player for nonresidents. Register at www.apexnc.org.

Apex youth

Registration for girls and boys is open. The cost is $63 for residents and $78 for nonresidents. Practices will begin the week of Monday, Dec. 2. Games will be from early January to early March. For more information, call 919-249-3402 or email patrick.fitzsimons@apexnc.org.

Lacrosse

YLS winter

The Youth Lacrosse System will hold the boys’ Chumash Challenge games, boys’ Frozen Fingers Lacrosse Leagues, Polar YLS Camp for boys and school club teams this fall and winter.

To register, email Directors@YLSlacrosse.com or visit www.YLSlacrosse.com.

Tennis

Cary Adult Organized Play

The Cary Tennis Park maintains an interest board. If you would like to play but do not have an opponent, stop by the Cary Tennis Park office and add your name to the board to find other players who are looking for matches.

Volleyball

Apex Volleyball

Registration for Apex’s major (age 10-12) and junior (age 13-15) will begin Saturday, Jan. 18 (’14) for Apex residents, and Saturday, Feb. 1 for non-residents. Practices, beginning the week of March 24, will be from Monday to Thursday and games will be on Saturdays. The season will run from April 12 to June 19. Find more information and register at www.apexnc.org/services/parks-recreation-cultural-resources/youth-and-adult-athletics/youth-volleyball.

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