The Holmdel Pop Warner Pee Wee Cheerleading team placed second in the national competition this past Wednesday in Disney World’s “Wide World of Sports” complex. These girls went further than any other Holmdel Pop Warner team today. The cheerleaders are Samira Anifowoshe, Lizzie Apicella, Brittany Balzofiore, Gianna Casola, Julie Clarke, Tiffany Coscia, Michelle Curran, Brianna DePalma, Laura DePinho, Devon Diamond, Nicole Diamond, Taylor DiBella, Diana Dixon, Courtney Ericksen, Ariana Evaristo, Michelle Fernandez, Candace Fok, Jennifer Graw, Jillian Haslett, Tiffany Johnson, Ashley Leng, Kim Lonie, Noelle Magrino, Delanie McCabe, Shannon McDermott, Talia Miceli, Alana Misiura, Allyson Mnich, Kimmi Pizzo, Katharine Scott, Murphy Sieg, Chelsea Soliman, Jessica Tages, Jenna Wetmore and Robyn Wolkovitz. The coaches are Annie Balzofiore, Kathy Lonie, Kristeen Misiura, Karen Mnich and Scottie Scott. The demonstrators are Danielle Clarke, Amy Corrado, Maggie Dronne and Ashley Mowery. ISA of New Jersey is looking for individuals for its softball umpiring program. Clinics will be offered in both central and northern New Jersey beginning in January of 2005. You will be trained in all styles of softball, tested and ready to work ISA league or tournament games beginning in April. ASA, NSA and Federation members welcome. Call state U-I-C Mike Pero at (201) 864-8679 or the state office at (732) 906-8263 for more information. The Matawan-Aberdeeen Babe Ruth League will be holding its annual baseball registration for ages 5-15 during the month of January. Registration will be held at the Toomer Field Clubhouse on Middlesex Road on Jan. 8 and 15 from 9 a.m. to noon. Registration will also be held on Jan. 12 and 19 from 7-9 p.m. All first-time players need to submit a copy of their birth certificate. There will also be a late registration scheduled for Jan. 22 from 10 a.m. to noon. Kaylee Bythell, a seventh-grader at the Hazlet Middle School, finished 110th at the AAU National cross-country meet held in Kingsport, Tenn., Dec. 4. She competed in the Midget girls division for athletes born in the years 1992 and 1993. There were over 250 girls competing in this race. Her time was 13:21 on the muddy 3k (1.8 mile) course. Mater Dei High School’s Stephanie Kinnick has signed a Letter of Intent to play softball at Holy Family University, Philadelphia, Pa., a Division II school. Kinnick is the starting third baseman for the Seraphs, and hopes to continue to man the hot corner for the Tigers, who finished the 2004 season with a record of 27-14. The Lady Tigers Conference record of 16-4 was good enough for them to finish in second place in the tough CACC Conference standings. Mick McGroarty is preparing for his 12th year as head coach. His teams have compiled an overall record of 281-155-3. A youth travel basketball league is looking for any boys 9U travel team interested participating in a winter league, running from mid-January through March. Players must be born after Sept. 1, 1994. For more information contact Bobbie Pirro at (732) 530-7305 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.