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Soccer season is upon us! If you have not yet registered, please visit our website at to complete the registration process online.

The Scripps Ranch Soccer Club (SRSC) is a nonprofit organization run primarily through volunteer efforts. Our club’s success is due largely to the great sense of community spirit and valued support. With more than 1,500 children in our program—ranging in age from 5 to 19 years old—we are able to field many recreational and competitive teams.

Our club is dedicated to promoting youth soccer, encouraging the positive aspects of team sports, and developing skilled soccer players with a love of the game. To achieve our goals, we rely on the overwhelming volunteer efforts of our community and on the individual, local, and corporate sponsorship donations.

We continue to value the long-lasting relationships with our loyal sponsors and hope new sponsors consider contributing to our program. For more information, please visit

Joe Barr, SRSC President

Scripps Ranch Women’s Athletic Club

Summer Softball League: The Scripps Ranch Women’s Athletic Club (SRWAC) offers a coed summer softball league on Tuesday nights, starting June 21. This is a fun, recreational league. In the past, teams have included neighbors, friends, or coworkers. Please visit to register and for more information.

Women’s Volleyball League: The SRWAC offers a fun, recreational volleyball league for women 25 years or older on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Scripps Ranch Recreation Center. Visit for details.

The SRWAC is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to provide the residents of Scripps Ranch and nearby communities with sports programs and sports-related support. Our fundraising and volunteer efforts are focused in Scripps Ranch: we provide scholarships annually for local high school senior girls; support youth and high school sports; and sponsor Symphony in the Park. Please visit for more information.

SR Girls to Compete at U.S. Gymnastics Championship

Big congratulations to Amanda Levine and Venice Park for qualifying for the Rhythmic Gymnastics National Championships in Rhode Island. Amanda, a Marshall Middle School 8th grader, placed sixth and qualified for the Junior Olympics team. Venice Park, a 7th grader, placed tenth and qualified as an All-Star. They had to place in the top 15 at the regional level in order to qualify for Nationals.

The National Gymnastics championships are in June. The girls will compete against the top gymnasts in the United States. We are so proud of Amanda and Venice! Good luck at Nationals!