Dan Price, last year’s OPRF All-state first baseman, was named Liberty League Rookie of the Year and UAA Rookie of the Year in his freshman season at University of Rochester. Price finished the season with a .350 batting average, 13 RBIs, a slugging percentage of .400 and a fielding percentage of .997. He was one of two freshman starters on the team.

Soccer registration

River Forest Youth Soccer, Ltd. is currently accepting registrations for the Fall 2005 soccer season. Registration is open to all children who reside in River Forest or attend school in River Forest. The fall soccer program is open to boys and girls in first through 8th grades, with separate teams for boys and girls. The season runs from late August to the end of October. There are practices or games mid-week and games on Saturday.

The fee is $70 for early registrations received before June 18th, and $100 for registrations received by July 24th. Registration forms are available at the River Forest Public Library, River Forest Community Center, River Forest Park District, or online at www.rfsoccer.org. Call the sports hotline and leave a message with any questions at 802-2113 #2.

Youth football

OPRF Youth Football is a community, not-for-profit, organization providing organized contact football for elementary school children ages 7-14. The program is open to all residents of Oak Park and River Forest and those children attending school in either town. The football program is divided into five levels of play depending on the child’s age and weight. Late registration runs from June 16 thru July 31.

If you have any questions or need further information please direct an email to OPRFYF@comcast.net

Trinity camps

Trinity High School, 7574 West Division St. in River Forest, will be offering summer sport camps for basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer, cross country and tennis.

For further information call Jessica Roche at 453-8342 or e-mail at jroche@trinityhs.org. Additional information may also be found by visiting www.trinityhs.org.

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