High 5 — July 7

TFA announced coach Kevin Hall as its new assistant athletic director and head girls basketball coach.

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1. The ESPN Wide World of Sports complex will host several AAU boys basketball world championships in the month of July. The championships will take place July 13 to 16 and will include the 15U/9th grade DI and DII AAU World Championship; the 16U/10th grade DI and DII AAU World Championship; the 17U/11th grade DI and DII AAU World Championship; and the 20U AAU World Championship. Daily admission is $15 per person; kids 9 and under are admitted for free. An event pass is $45 per person. For more information, visit  aauboysbasketball.org.

2. The Windermere Wildfire softball team has a busy schedule as it heads to Atlanta to play at the Legacy Showcase. The girls will play two games a day between July 7 and 9. On July 7, the girls will play the Ohio Hawks National 06 Joseforsky and the Tri-State Thunder 16U Gold. On July 8, they will face the TN Fury National 2024 Groenewoud and the Atlanta Vipers 16U Neleman. Last but not least, on July 9 the team will play against D1Vision Softball 16U National and Team Long Island 16U Select. 

3. The First Academy announced coach Kevin Hall as the school’s new assistant athletic director and head girls basketball coach. 

4. As of press time Tuesday, Little League District 14 had four teams headed to states: the Windermere Little League 10-12 softball team, the Dr. Phillips Little League junior softball team, the Windermere Little League senior baseball team and the Windermere Little League 8-10 baseball team.  

5. The USSSA Softball — Adult Fall League opened registrations for this year. Church, men’s and co-ed leagues are offered Monday through Thursday. Registration cost is $460 per team. Returning teams can register through July 29. New teams can register July 18 to 29. Game times vary. For more information, visit bit.ly/3OX8WUl.



Andrea Mujica

Staff writer Andrea Mujica covers sports, news and features. She holds both a bachelor's degree in journalism and an MBA from the University of Central Florida. When she’s not on the sidelines, you can find Andrea coaching rowers at the Orlando Area Rowing Society in Windermere.

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