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Youth, adult sports organizations span county – and beyond

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From page SOL37 | August 24, 2014 |

American Legion Region 8 Tournament Day: Expos vs. Stansbury Park

Expos pitcher Jake Novelli throws a strike while playing against Stansbury Park during the first day of the American Legion Region 8 Tournament in Fairfield in 2012. (Daily Republic file, 2012)

FAIRFIELD — Solano County has always been a hotbed of sports, offering everything from Little League to youth basketball and even curling in Vacaville. And there are still many choices from which inspiring athletes can choose.

Here are many of the organizations offering a chance to play:

Baseball

Cordelia/Tri-Valley Little League: www.ctvll.org.

Fairfield Atlantic Little League: Call 551-4407. www.fairfieldatlanticlittleleague.org

Fairfield Pacific Little League: Email: info@fairfieldpacificlittleleague.com. www.eteamz.com/fpll.

Suisun American Little League: Call 434-0201. www.eteamz.com/suisunamerican.

Fairfield Expos Baseball Association American Legion: Call 451-2640. www.fairfieldexpos.com.

Fairfield Indians Collegiate Wood Bat: Call 208-3326. www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=jzy.

Northern Solano Babe Ruth: Call 470-1100. www.northernsolano.baberuthonline.com.

North Bay PONY: www.northbaypony.com. northbayponypresident@outlook.com

Solano Mudcats Semipro Baseball: Call 446-2131. www.solanomudcats.org.

Vacaville American Little League: Call 421-5225. www.vall.org.

Vacaville Central Little League: Call 429-6399. www.eteamz.com/vacavillecentrallittleleague.

Vacaville National Little League: Email vacavillenational@gmail.com. vnll.net.

Rio Vista Little League: www.eteamz.com/riovistalittleleague.

Dixon Little League: www.dixonlittleleague.org.

Basketball

Fairfield Youth Basketball Club (Fairfield Ballers): Call 694-5678. www.leaguelineup.com/ffballers.

Community sports

Benicia Parks & Community Services: Call 746-4285. www.ci.benicia.ca.us.

Dixon Recreation Department: Call 678-7000. www.ci.dixon.ca.us.

Fairfield Community Services: Call 428-7465. www.fairfield.ca.gov/gov/depts/cr/sports/default.asp.

Rio Vista Recreation Department: Call 374-6451 ext. 1106. www.riovistacity.com.

Suisun City Recreation Department: Call 421-7200. www.suisun.com/departments/recreation-community-services/suisun-city-parks.

Vacaville Community Services: Call 449-5654. www.cityofvacaville.com/index.aspx?page=46.

Greater Vallejo Recreation District: Call 648-4600. www.gvrd.org.

Football

Fairfield Falcons Youth Football: Call 676-3393. www.fairfieldfalcons.teampages.com.

Solano County Warriors Youth Football: www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=solanocountywarriors.

Solano Mustangs: Call 290-2992. www.solanomustangs.com.

Suisun City Titans: Call 759-5509. www.leaguelineup.com/suisuncitytitans.

Travis Vikings: Call 514-0486. www.leaguelineup.com/travisvikings.

Vacaville Bengals Youth Football: www.vacavillebengals.com.

Vacaville Junior Bulldogs Youth Football: Call 332-9660. www.vacavillejuniorbulldogs.org.

Dixon Youth Football: www.dixonyouthfootball.net/index.php.

Golf

Paradise Valley Golf Course: Fairfield. Call 426-1600. www.fairfieldgolf.com.

Rancho Solano Golf Course: Fairfield. Call 429-4653. www.fairfieldgolf.com.

Green Tree Golf Club: Vacaville. Call 448-1420. www.greentreegolfclub.com.

Green Valley Country Club: Green Valley. Call 864-0473. www.greenvalleycc.com.

Rio Vista Golf Club: Rio Vista. Call 374-2900. www.thegolfclubatriovista.com.

Hiddenbrooke Golf Club: Vallejo. Call 558-0330. www.hiddenbrookegolf.com.

Blue Rock Springs Golf Course: Vallejo. Call 643-8476. www.bluerockspringsgolf.com.

Joe Mortara Golf Course: Fairgrounds, Vallejo. Call 642-5146. www.scfair.com/golfcourse.html.

Gymnastics

Fox Gymnastics Training Center: Call 452-1118.

Ice sports

Vacaville Ice Sports Adult Leagues: Call 455-0225. www.vacavilleicesports.com.

Vacaville Jets Youth Hockey Program: Call 455-0225. www.jetsyouthhockey.com.

Vaca Valley Figure Skating Club: Call 455-0225. www.vvfsc.org.

Wine Country Curling Club: Call 916-783-8550, ext. 115. www.winecountrycurlingclub.com.

Soccer

Fairfield-Suisun Youth Soccer League: www.fsysl.org.

NorthBay Elite Futbol Club: www.nbefc.com.

Solano Soccer Club: www.solanosoccerclub.com.

Vacaville Youth Soccer League: www.vysl.org.

Dixon Soccer Club: Call 678-8799. www.dixonsoccerclub.com.

Softball

Fairfield-Suisun Bobby Sox: www.eteamz.com/fairfieldsuisunbobbysox.

California Tornadoes: Email californiatornadoes@hotmail.com. www.cal-tornadoes.com.

NorCal Cruisers: Email theheizers@sbcglobal.net. www.norcalcruiserssoftball.com.

Nor-Cal Elite: www.eteamz.com/norcalelitesoftball.

Vacaville Bobby Sox: Call 396-1351. www.vacavillebobbysox.com.

Dixon Girls Softball Association: Call 678-3034. http://dixongirlssoftball.com.

Swimming

Rio Vista Sharks: www.riovistasharks.com.

Solano Aquatic Sea Otters: Call 980-8934. www.sasoswimming.org.

Vacaville Swim Club: Call 447-1676. www.vacavilleswimclub.org.

Dixon Dolphins: www.dixondolphins.com.

Wrestling

Vacaville Wrestling Club: Call 628-4615. www.feedthebeast.us.

Colts Wrestling Club: www.norcalcoltwrestlingclub.com.

Volleyball

Club Solano: www.clubsolano.com.

High schools/Colleges

Armijo High School

824 Washington St., Fairfield 94533

438-3393

Athletic director: John Lammon

Benicia High School

1101 Military West, Benicia 94510

747-8325

Athletic director: Craig Holden

Bethel High School

1800 Ascot Parkway, Vallejo 94589

556-5700

Athletic director: Jeff Turner

Buckingham Charter

188 Bella Vista Road, Suite B, Vacaville 95687

453-7300

Athletic director: Dan Curry, Tessa Threets

Dixon High School

555 College Way, Dixon 95620

678-6330

Athletic director: Julie Felkins

Fairfield High School

205 E. Atlantic Ave., Fairfield 94533

438-3000

Athletic director: Eddie Wilson

Rio Vista High School

410 S. 4th St., Rio Vista 94571

374-6336, ext. 1219

Athletic director: Stacy Knisley

Rodriguez High School

5000 Red Top Road, Fairfield 94585

863-7950 ext. 1341.

Athletic director: Tracy Cordes

St. Patrick’s High School

1500 Benicia Road, Vallejo 94590

644-0403 ext. 415

Athletic director: Tamra Smith

Vacaville High School

100 W. Monte Vista Ave., Vacaville 95688

453-6033, 453-6035

Athletic directors: Fred Jones, Mike Papadopoulos, Bob Baclig

Vacaville Christian High School

1117 Davis St., Vacaville 95687

446-1776

Athletic director: Michael Merriweather

Vallejo High School

840 Nebraska St., Vallejo 94590

556-8700

Athletic director: Mike Wilson

Vanden High School

2951 Markley Lane, Fairfield 94533

437-8270

Athletic director: Kevin Ratterman

Will C. Wood High School

998 Marshall Road, Vacaville 95687

453-6922, 453-6924

Athletic directors: Mark Wudel

Solano Community College

4000 Suisun Valley Road, Suisun City 94585

864-7000

Athletic director: Lily Espinoza

www.solano.edu

UC Davis

Hickey Gym 264

One Shields Ave., Davis 95616

530-752-1111

Director of athletics: Terry Tumey

www.ucdavisaggies.com

California State University, Sacramento

6000 J St., Sacramento 95819

916-278-5429

Athletic director: Bill Macriss

www.hornetsports.com

University of the Pacific

3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton 95211

209-946-3945

Athletic director: Ted Leland

www.pacifictigers.com

Professional sports

Golden State Warriors

Oracle Arena

1011 Broadway, Oakland 94605

510-986-2200

www.nba.com/warriors

Oakland A’s

O.co Coliseum

7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland 94621

510-638-4900

www.oakland.athletics.mlb.com

Oakland Raiders

O.co Coliseum

7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland 94621

510-864-5000

www.raiders.com

Sacramento Kings

Sleep Train Arena

One Sports Parkway, Sacramento 95834

916-928-0000

www.nba.com/kings

Sacramento River Cats

Raley Field

400 Ballpark Drive, West Sacramento 95691

916-376-4700

www.sacramento.rivercats.milb.com

San Francisco Giants

AT&T Park

24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco 94107

415-972-2000

www.sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com

San Francisco 49ers

Levi’s Stadium

4900 Marie P. Debartolo Way and Tasman Avenue

Team office: 4949 Centennial Blvd., Santa Clara 95054

408-562-4949

www.49ers.com

San Jose Sharks

SAP Center

525 W. Santa Clara St., San Jose 95113

408-287-7070 or 800-366-4423

Marcus Lomtong

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