Ridgeland Mississippi Sports
Mississippi Braves announced today via social media that they will postpone the start of the Mississippi Schools AIMS baseball tournament in Jackson, Missouri, today. The Mississippi Braves, Mississippi State University and the University of Mississippi announced today that the game between the Braves and the Sam Houston State Bulldogs has been postponed. Mississippi schools, the tournament, along with Mississippi School A, will now be postponed until further notice, Mississippi Athletics Director of Athletics and Media Relations, Dr. Sam Houser announced today in a statement.
All scheduled sporting activities, including scheduled games and exercises, are suspended until March 31. All athletics games, drills and games scheduled for Saturday, March 30, and Sunday, April 1, have also been suspended until March 29.
The visitation will take place on Friday, 30 March, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home, followed by a memorial service at 7: 30 p.m. In place of flowers, monuments to the RIDGELAND High School Athletics Department or the Ridgeland Memorial Fund can be planted.
For tennis tournaments, please note the Ridgeland Tennis Center, which has a floodlit hard court and is considered one of the best tennis facilities in the state of Mississippi. Visit the MRYC Tackle Football website or call Peggi Rafferty at 601-331-1575 for more information. For basketball, visit their websites at MRYC Basketball and for football gogo MRYY Tackle football or PeGGI Raffty call them at (601) 331-1575.
Another diverse sports facility in Desoto County is Latimer Lake Park, which has two illuminated outdoor tennis courts and two illuminated youth baseball fields. The Provost Park has a tennis court, basketball court and football field. The park also has three illuminated outdoor basketball courts, two of which can be converted into lights. It also offers a variety of outdoor activities such as climbing, volleyball, basketball, football, baseball, football, golf, tennis and other sports.
Desoto County Parks and Recreation Department outdoor activities are available for $3 an hour and are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Fitness centers are located at the Desoto County Parks and Recreation Department and Mississippi Rush Sports Center. Registration is open on Saturday, May 6, from 10 a.m. to noon and on the Mississippi Rush website. If your child is unable to participate in the program after registration, the registration fee for future Skyhawks Sports programs will be charged at 800 - 804 - 3509.
The City of D'Iberville Sports Complex has a sports and outdoor sports centre with tennis court, basketball, volleyball and softball courts. The centre houses two lighted tennis courts with covered verandas, a fully equipped tennis court and an outdoor tennis court. It has a lighted baseball and softball field, two covered volleyball courts, three outdoor basketball courts and two outdoor football fields. Adult softball games can be played according to the rules and sanctions of the Amateur Softball Association.
Spring Soccer is offered from 4 to 18 years old, and players must be born in Mississippi State to participate in this younger age group. Autumn football is offered from 4 to 18 years of age and players must be born within the age of 18 and born at least one year before the start of the season to be eligible for the youngest age groups. Spring football can be offered between 4 and 18 years of age with a maximum age limit of 16 years.
The Fall Fast Pitch Softball Leagues are available for girls aged 7 to 14 with an age limit of 16 years, which must be at least one year before the start of the 2016 / 17 school year on January 1, 2016. Spring Festival Pit Softballs Le Leagues are also available for girls aged 4 to 14 years with an age limit of 18 years, for which the age must be at least 18 years on or after 1 January 2017.
To qualify for the championship jersey, you must have completed at least 3 races in the same category in each of the categories Junior and Kids. All participants (except children under 6 years of age) must be at least 18 years old and not drive more than 2 races per year. The Junior & Kids races in each category are free for all children from 4 to 14 years and for girls from 6 to 13 years.
Ballet Mississippi offers classes for all ages and up to two adults, and Recreation & Parks offers full-day classes in dance, ballet, music, dance history and adult dance for seniors.
Ridgeland Recreation & Parks, in partnership with Madison and Rid Geland Youth Club, offers youth baseball, softball and basketball programs.
The MRYC regularly coordinates with other local organizations to offer league games to people living in the Madison Ridgeland area. The sport is suitable for all types and sizes of players, easy to learn and fun. In addition to youth football, RidGeland Recreation & Parks also offers a youth football program run by the Mississippi Youth Soccer Organization. Flag Football is organised by Rid geland in September, October and November and teaches the basics of football and builds team spirit.