News and Announcements

Certian pages of the Spikes website are password protected, this is, you must be approved before being allowed to visit those webpages. Access to those pages is exclusively for Spikes players, coaches, parents or guardians. If you are one of the aforementioned people, just follow the directions after clicking on any secured page. If you don't have an e-teamz account, you must first set one up. Just follow the step by step directions. The Webmaster will be notified of your request and will respond in a timely manner.
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Sports Acceleration Program Update

Posted by Keith Waninger at Jan 30, 2006 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
Hello fellow Spikes, The second session of Sport Acceleration is nearly upon us!!! The first session is well under way and I continue to be impressed with this work-out program. All of the boys are showing marked improvement and more importantly they are having a blast no matter how hard Melissa and Ben work them!! I have e-mailed everyone that was on my prior list of “those interested” and I have included others as well....just in case. Please give Ben a call to schedule your pre-test if you wish to attend this final session." Sincerely, Coach Brad Keep up the hard work Spikes!!!
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To Find Calendar Events...

Posted by Keith Waninger at Jan 11, 2006 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
The "General Calendar" listed on the main site menu will contain events that are considered to be "organizational" events, that is something that all Spikes players, parents or coaches (regardless of age division) might have interest in. If the event is considered more "team specific", that is it only relates to a particular team, then it can be found on that team's webpage calendar. (Examples: Birthdays, holidays & the end of year banquet are considered "organizational" events. While team practices, meetings & tournament dates are consider "specific team events") To view calendar events will require website security clearance.
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Major League Baseball Quiz

Posted by Keith Waninger at Jan 8, 2006 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
For those whom watch Major League Baseball it's time to test your knowledge of bats, balls and base hits. Kidzworld wants to see how much you know about baseball's hardest hitters, finest fielders and most magnificent managers. We've got a baseball quiz that's tougher than hitting a Randy Johnson fastball. Do you know how long it's been since those dreadful Chicago Cubs last won the World Series? Do you know the nickname for Yankee Stadium? Do you know how much David Wells weighs? It's time to separate the baseball brainiacs from the no-mind minor leaguers. Throw on your batting helmet, step up to the plate and take your best swing at Kidzworld's brain-busting baseball quiz. Just click on the link! image
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Posted by Keith Waninger at Jan 8, 2006 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
Pretend that you are a famous sports related person, place or thing and the 20Q artificial intelligence will figure out what you are, by asking simple questions. If you stump 20Q, suggest an object or even a question, then check back in a few days to see if it was added. We need your expertise to help train and shape this new AI.