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Alpine Mountaineers Youth Football & Cheer Registration 2019

Alpine Mountaineers Youth Football & Cheer

*Sunday, March 10, 11:00AM – 2:00PM @ Alpine Elementary School
*Saturday, March 16 9:00am – 12:00pm @ Pine Valley Park

EARLY REG FEES: Tackle: $250 Flag: $150 Cheer: $295
Registration Fees include PICTURES and TROPHIES! Cheer includes FULL UNIFORM and Football includes GAME JERSEY. PAYMENT PLANS are available for the following registration date. Prices discounted for Early Bird ONLY!

*Sunday, May 19, 11:00AM-2:00PM @ Alpine Elementary School
*Sunday, June 9, 12PM-2:00PM @ Joan MacQueen Middle School

REGULAR REG FEES: Tackle: $300 Flag: $200 Cheer: $345
Registration Fees include PICTURES and TROPHIES! Cheer includes FULL UNIFORM and Football includes GAME JERSEY. PAYMENT PLANS are available for the following registration date.

****$15 Sibling Discount for EACH sibling that registers! First Player/Cheerleader is Full Price

Please see all additional information in the flyer below

Sports Clinic For Kids! Speed, Agility & Endurance Camp at JMMS: March – June 2019

Sports Clinic For Kids at Joan MacQueen Middle School in Alpine. Join us for a Speed, Agility & Endurance Camp! For more information please contact Craig: (619) 504-5979 or Charles: (619) 302-8044.

Camp Dates:
Sunday, March 24. 12 PM – 2 PM
Sunday, March 31. 12 PM – 2 PM
Sunday, April 7. 12 PM – 2 PM
Sunday, April 14. 12 PM – 2 PM
Sunday, May 19. 12 PM – 2 PM
Sunday, May 26. 12 PM – 2 PM
Sunday, June 2. 12 PM – 2 PM
Sunday, June 9. 12 PM – 2 PM

Joan MacQueen Middle School  is located at 2001 Tavern Rd, Alpine, CA 91901

Alpine AYSO MATRIX Competitive Club Soccer Team TRY-OUTS – January 23, 24 & 26, 2019

Tryouts for our 2nd season of Matrix soccer is coming up in January. AYSO Matrix is a competitive soccer club with affordable costs compared to most club soccer. Home games are held at Creekside and away games at various fields around the county. Our Alpine Matrix Girls 2006 team had 9 wins, 2 ties, and 1 loss, to win their division! We are looking to keep adding to that success with more players and more teams!!

Boys and Girls born in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 are invited to try out at JMMS (Joan MacQueen Middle School) from 4-5pm on January 23, 24 and 26, 2019 from 4pm to 5pm. Please attend at least 2 of the 3 tryouts for your age group at Joan MacQueen Middle School in Alpine. Have the players bring shin guards, a ball, and water. Registration fees include 2 uniforms, coaching fees, referee fees, fees for 2 tournaments, various skills clinics, and a one-week team soccer camp. *Please note that players that try out are not guaranteed a position on a Matrix team. Number of Matrix teams will be determined based on player assessment, optimal position balancing and coaching staff. To sign up for try outs please email Alpine Matrix is a part of Alpine AYSO region 295. Visit our website at ALPINEAYSO.ORG for more info.

AYSO Alpine Youth Soccer SPRING Walk-in REGISTRATION – January 19, 2019


SPRING Soccer is almost here!! Alpine AYSO Soccer is having our walk-in registration THIS Saturday, January 19, 2019 at  Boulder Oaks Elementary (auditorium) 2320 Tavern Rd. Alpine Ca 91901 from 10am – 1pm. FOR MORE INFORMATION please visit or or email:

Alpine Eagles LaCrosse FREE SKILLS CLINIC for ALL Interested Players – January 19, 2019

We are having a FREE SKILLS CLINIC at Joan MacQueen Middle School in Alpine On January 19, 2019 from 9am to 3pm. Come meet the coaches and learn more about the exciting sport of LaCrosse! No Previour LaCrosse experience necessary! (Loaner gear is available for the day!)

Welcome to Alpine Eagles Lacrosse serving players from all of rhe East County of San Diego. We are a team that competes in the SDYLA (San Diego Youth Lacrosse Association). We provide a fun and competitive environment where kids 1st–8th grade can learn about and compete in the fast-growing sport of Lacrosse.

If this will be your child’s first experience in Lacrosse, please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail with questions. We can help you understand the rules of the game, the necessary equipment needed to play and make sure that your child has a great first year. (If you’re new to lacrosse, we have some info and videos about the sport here.)

We are a registered non-profit, community-based organization that believes in teaching the kids skills as well as learning to play with integrity, enthusiasm and great sportsmanship.

Visit our website at to register NOW or to learn more If you have questions email


Annual Alpine Kiwanis Youth Olympics! OPEN TO ALL KIDS! – January 26, 2019

Annual Alpine Kiwanis Youth Olympics! Saturday, January 26, 2019 at Alpine Elementary School. THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO EVERYONE!!

8:30am – Registration, Receive Bib # & Olympian Pin
8:40am – Zumba Warm-Up
8:55am – Color Guard – Pledge of Allegiance
9:00am – Competition Begins
10:30am – Competition Concludes
10:30-11:30pm – The Amazing Dana – Magician
11:30 – 12:30pm – Medal Presentation, Conclusion of Games

There will be 12 events.  Boys and girls will compete separately in 4 different age categories: Group #1: Ages 4, 5 & 6  /  Group #2: Ages 7 & 8  /  Group #3: ages 9 & 10  /  Group #4: ages 11, 12 & 13.

Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for each event in each division for boys and girls.

Hurdles, Obstacle Course, Soccer ball Dribble, Over/Under Course, Bicycle Gymkhana, Basketball Free Throw, 20 Meter Races, 40 Meter Races, 60 Meter Races, Sit Ups, Softball Throw, and Rope Skipping

Call Corinne Lewis at Alpine Elementary for more information (619) 445-2625.

LET’S PLAY BALL! Alpine American Little League 2019 Registration is CLOSING on January 8, 2019

LET’S PLAY BALL! Alpine American Little League 2019 Registration is CLOSING SOON!! Is your child between the ages 4 – 18 (Based on the Little League Age Chart)? SIGN UP NOW!!


Our FINAL walk in registration is THIS TUESDAY, January 8, 2019 from 5pm – 7:30pm at Boulder Oaks Elementary in the Auditorium

The cost to play is $165 which includes a full uniform and picture package. There is a $10 SIBLING DISCOUNT for families with multiple children.

*INSTRUCTIONS – Register ONLINE then bring ORIGINAL Birth Certificates and 3 forms of Proof of Residence. Proof of Residence documents must be dated between February 1, 2018 and February 1, 2019. These documents are required to register.

We are also looking for Managers and Coaches!! If you would like to impact a child’s experience and Manage or Coach please go to our website and click on “Become a Manager or Coach”

Try-outs: Saturday January 12th

Please email with any questions of comments


4 Week Futsal Skills Program Offered By Hotspurs Coach Beginning November 11, 2018

Futsal Skills program! Sharpen your Skills thru the fast paced game of Futsal. Players will work on quick feet, 1st touch, accurate passing, 1vs1s, and movement off the ball. All skills that translate directly to the outdoor game. When is it? Its a 4 week program on Sundays Nov 11, 18, 25 Dec 2, 2018.  What is it? 60 mins of fast paced Futsal 30 mins of specific skills/exercises 30 mins of game scrimmages. This is a pilot program of 4 sessions, that hopefully will grow, continue in the following months and possibly expand in a small league. The program was not budgeted in the 2018/2019 budget and therefore there is a fee of $10 per session (per player) which amounts to $40 to cover the costs of the facility, which is a first class facility as the program will be run in the Santana HS Gym (9915 N. Magnolia Ave Santee). All sessions will be run by Hotspurs coach and GK director Matt Robertson (over 25 yrs coaching experience at the club, high school and college level) For questions and registration information contact Matt Robertson 619 504-5451 or email HERE

Athletic Fields at Joan MacQueen AND a Community Park for Alpine – Dianne Jacobs States There is Financial Room for BOTH

Information submitted by Lou Russo-

The best news for Alpine! A number of ladies (Yolaine Stout, Barbara Murray, Pat Barton and Mary Harris) have been working behind the scenes for a Park for All in Alpine. Friday, Mary got the below email from Adam Wison, on Supervisor Jacob’s staff.  Oh, and UT Reporter Karen Karen Beth Pearlman has been crucial in helping. Give her a shout out also! Read past articles on the proposed Sports Complex & Community Park here


“Hi Mary – It was a pleasure chatting with you today. I wanted to re-affirm my responses in writing to the questions you had related to a few items in Alpine:

Alpine Local Park Acquisition:
During this year’s budget process, the County Board of Supervisors approved an allocation of $6.5M for this fiscal year (2018-2019) for the acquisition and development of a community park in Alpine. I’ve attached a page (#512) from the County’s Capital Program which is within the County’s overall budget. You will see it highlights the funding source and total project cost ($13M) as well as provides a general scope of the project. The County is currently in negotiations with a property owner in Alpine to move this project forward.

Joan MacQueen Middle School:
Supervisor Jacob has also expressed interest to assist with the development of athletic fields at Joan MacQueen Middle School. She is willing to help with the funding of this project as well as long as there is a financial partner(s) with matching contributions. I know recently the Alpine Community Planning Group took a vote to recommend the use of $900K of PLDO dollars to help fund this project. I want to remind you that the ACPG’s action is a recommendation to the County and the final decision to use this money is to-be-determined.

Alpine (Overall):
Based on the information above, Supervisor Jacob is committed to both projects. She believes that both projects do not need to compete against each other (i.e. financially) and that the overall uses for both projects can have a balanced approach to reflect the overall park needs of the entire community.

Green Park Initiative:
Supervisor Jacob brought forward an initiative last year to further promote the development of parks in the unincorporated areas of San Diego. In short, the County established a $13M fund to jumpstart a backlog of parks that were stuck in the development process due to old policies prohibiting us from building them. With new policies in place, this is yet another pot of money demonstrating the County’s commitment to building new parks. Attached is the board letter and prospective park project spending plan associated with this action.

NOTE: This $13M fund is entirely separate from the $13M identified specifically for an Alpine Park.
I hope this information is helpful and demonstrates that Supervisor Jacob is well committed to developing world-class park facilities not just in the community of Alpine but in all the unincorporated regions of the County. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any additional questions or comments. Thank you.”

Adam Wilson – Land Use Advisor, County Supervisor Dianne Jacob


Men’s Tuesday Night Softball at The Alpine Community Center are accepting teams!

October 2018 – Men’s Tuesday Night Softball at The Alpine Community Center are accepting teams!

Deadline: Friday Nov 2, 2018 at 9 a.m.
Season Begins: Tuesday Nov 6, 2018
Cost: $450 per team for at least 10 games + playoffs

Contact the Alpine Community Center at 619.445.7330 or for more details!