Braddock Warriors sign-up Sunday
CUMBERLAND — The Braddock Warriors of the CAYFL will be holding registration for the 2013 season on Sunday from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. in the front of Braddock Middle School.
Each player must bring a copy of their birth certificate along with a registration fee.
Please call Rusty Warnick 301-876-5087 or Andy Diubaldo 301-759-3176 with any questions.
Patriots football sign-up today
CUMBERLAND — The Patriots of the CAYFL will hold registration on Saturday, 6 p.m., in front of Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Any player living in or going to Washington Middle School in grades 5-8 and are 10 to 14 years of age are eligible.
For more information, call Pat Amezcua at 240-522-0174 or 301-697-7861.
Former Maryland Center Len to
miss 4-6 months
GAITHERSBURG (AP) — Former Maryland center Alex Len will be sidelined up to six months after undergoing surgery on his left ankle in North Carolina.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Robert Anderson stabilized a stress fracture in Len’s ankle. The problem that was diagnosed after the 7-foot-1 center left Maryland after his sophomore season to enter the NBA draft.
Len will be unable to participate in all on-court activities leading up to the June 27 draft, according to his agent, Michael Lelchitski.
Braddock Warriors sign-up Sunday
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