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| Sunday, April 27, 2003

Baseball

Camps

  • The 21st annual Jerry Matulevic Championship Baseball camp will be held June 23-27, June 30-July 3, July 7-11 and July 14-18. The camp, held at Bauerstown Baseball Complex, is open for players aged 8-17. Cost is $100. For more details, call Jerry Matulevic at (412) 217-2807.

  • Marietta College will be holding its Baseball Fundamentals Camp on July 27-31. The camp costs $275 for the full week and a $100 registration fee must accompany the camp application. Camp enrollment will be limited to keep instruction more individual. For those who choose to commute to the camp, the cost for the week is $205 and a $75 camp registration fee is required. The camp is open to all persons entering grade six through high school graduates. Campers will register in the lobby of the Johnson Fieldhouse between 4:30 and 5:15 p.m. on July 27. For more information contact Brian Brewer at (740) 376-4517 or (740) 376-4673.

  • Academy of Sports Champions will hold Champions Baseball overnight/commuter camp at La Roche College on Aug. 10-14. Contact Adam Mowrey at (412) 889-4221 or log onto www.sportschampions.org for more information.

  • The University of Pittsburgh will be holding two summer camp sessions. All Skills camp will be held June 24-26 and Youth summer camp will be held July 7-10. Please call (412) 648-3825 or (412) 648-8238 or visit www.diamondbaseballclinics.com for more information.

  • The Marietta College Baseball Camp of Champs will be held at Pioneer Park. Day camps will be held for grades 8-12 on June 24-26, July 8-10, and July 22-24. Residence/commuter camp will take place July 27-31 for grades 6-12. For a brochure call Brian Brewer at (740) 376-4517.

  • Registration is open for Ingomar Franklin Park Athletic Association's Challenger Division baseball program. The program is offered to special needs individuals and runs weekly on Sunday afternoons beginning April 27 and ending June 29. Games are played at Blueberry Park in Franklin Park. Anyone interested in volunteering may contact Susan Kern at (412) 734-9174 or visit www.ifpaa.org for more information.

  • The Claudio Reilsono Instructional Baseball Camp will be held at Quigley Catholic High School on June 23-24. For more information call (412) 749-0912 or visit claudioreilsono.com.

  • The Western Pennsylvania Baseball Camp will hold two camps at Moon Area Middle School on June 16-20 and June 23-27 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Call Ray Bosetti at (412) 264-4721 for more information.

  • Power Baseball will hold several Power Hitting Camps in June and July at various locations for kids ages 8-18. An optional Pitching and Catching Camp will also be offered each day. Call (724) 453-1400 or email csikids@zoominternet.net for more information.

  • The University of Pittsburgh will be holding a two-day high school hitting camp June 30th and July 1 from 9 a.m.-noon. Please call (412) 648-3825 or (412) 648-8238 or visit www.diamondbaseballclinics.com.

  • La Roche College and Rich Pasquale's Baseball School will be offering a two-day summer camp June 20 and July 1 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. For more information, contact the baseball office at (412) 536-1046 or go to www.geocities.com/lrcrichpasqualesbaseballschool/redhawks.html.

  • The Seneca Valley Coaching Staff will be holding the "Raider Summer Baseball Camps" June 23-July 3 for any boy between the ages of 8-16. For more information and registration please contact Eric Semega at (724) 776-4696.

    Lessons

  • La Roche College and Rich Pasquale's Baseball School will be offering individual pitching lessons by appointment, throughout the year. For more information contact the baseball office at (412) 536-1046.

    Players needed

  • Pittsburgh Tigers organization is looking for players 13 and under. Contact (412) 512-2422.

  • Baseball players wanted for Sunday League. Must be 30 or older. Call (412) 661-8714 before 9:30 p.m.

    Showcase

  • The Murrysville Maulers, members of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League, and National Scouting Report are holding a Wooden Bat Baseball Showcase, June 21 at 10 a.m. at Haymaker Field in Murrysville. The showcase is for baseball players going into grades 9-12. The Showcase results will be made available to all college coaches through the National Scouting Report web site. For a Registration form, email Ronald Vrana, National Scouting Report, at rvrana@nationalscoutingreport.org, or Bob Bozzone, coach of the Murrysville Maulers at catchbuzz41@aol.com.

    Tryouts

  • The Independent Scouting Bureau will be conducting a three day professional baseball tryout on June 20-22 at Quigley Catholic High School. For more information call Claudio Reilsono at (412) 749-0912 or visit protryouts.com and globalscoutingbureau.com.

    Basketball

    Benefit

  • The Pittsburgh Power minor league football team will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in a celebrity basketball game. Portions of the proceeds will go to LSS (SeniorNet Computer Learning Center). The game will take place on May 14 at A.J. Palumbo Center. Tip-off is 8 p.m. For further information, log onto www.eteamz.com/pittsburghpower or www.steelers.com, or call the Power office at (412) 727-1641.

    Camps

  • The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg announces two weeks of Coach Kahn's 2003 UPG Bobcat Basketball Day Camp for boys and girls entering grades 3-8 and introduces a week of the new High Intensity Overnight Camp for Boys entering grades 7-12. The Day Camps will be held June 23-27 and Aug. 4-8 in Chambers Hall on the UPG campus. Camp will run Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with parents given the option to drop off an hour early and pick-up an hour late for their convenience. The cost of camp is $110 for the week with an emphasis on skill development for young players. Discounts are available. The High Intensity Overnight Camp will be held Aug. 1-3 on the UPG campus. Campers will be able to stay overnight in one of the on-campus dorms. The cost of the camp is $140 for the weekend. For a brochure or for more information, please contact Coach Marcus Kahn at (724) 836-7076 or mnkahn@pitt.edu.

  • The Washington & Jefferson Boys Basketball Camp, an instructional camp for boys in grades 6-8 entering the 2003-2004 school year, will be held July 7-10 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost is $125. Contact head coach Kael Jelinek for further information at (724) 223-6057 or email kjelinek@washjeff.edu.

  • Ron Galbreath will run his basketball school in Metheny Fieldhouse on the campus of Geneva College. This summer, the camps will be offered for boys and girls from grades 5-12, as well as elite shooters camp for both boys and girls. The boys' camps for grades 5-12 run from either June 15-19 or July 13-17. The girls' camp for grades 5-12 runs from July 6-10. The elite shooting camp for boys is from June 10-12, while girls elite shooting camp runs from June 30-July 2. The cost for the weekly camps for boys and girls is $260 with commuters welcomed for $245 per week. The elite shooting camp costs $210 per person with commuters welcomed at $190. For more information about this year's camps or to pre-register for any of the open weeks, please contact coach Galbreath at (724) 846-4460 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

  • The Mark Schmidt Basketball Camp will be held on the Moon Township campus of Robert Morris University. Four different sessions will be offered for boys ages 7-17, including a pair of day camps June 16-20 and Aug. 4-7. A shooting camp will be held June 21-22 and an individual improvement camp June 28-29. For more information, contact Robert Morris Director of Basketball Operations Chad O'Donnell at (412) 299-2491 or by email at odonnell@rmu.edu.

  • Academy of Sports Champions will hold Champions Basketball camp June 15-19 and June 22-26. Contact Adam Mowrey at (412) 889-4221 or log onto www.sportschampions.org for more information.

  • The Bernie Matthews Basketball Camp at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa. for girls in grades 4-12 July 27-30 and for boys in grades 4-10 Aug. 3-6 and Aug. 10-13. Call (724) 838-9737 or visit www.stvincent.edu (sports) for a brochure and application.

    Coach needed

  • Oakland Catholic is accepting applications for a coach for its girls basketball team. Call George Rudolph at (412) 682-6633.

    Players needed

  • Shooting Stars Basketball is taking registration for its Women's College Division. Players eligible are those from high school senior through college senior based on the recently completed season 2002-2003. The league, which is NCAA certified, is played at North Catholic High School with two games each weekend starting June 21-22. For information call (412) 782-3205.

    Tournament

  • A tournament will be held for boys and girls ages 11-15 in Greensburg on May 16-18. Contact Jim Gamberoni (girls) at (724) 925-1714 or Sal Sebastiani (boys) at (724) 838-0588.

    Weekend Shootout

  • Academy of Sports Champions will hold Weekend Shootouts for boy's varsity teams at La Roche College from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m on May 17-18 and May 24-25. There will be 24 teams with a cost of $500 per team (including 12 T-shirts per team.) Registration will occur in the La Roche College gymnasium lobby 45 minutes prior to your first game on May 17. Contact Adam Mowrey at (412) 889-4221 or go to www.sportschampions.org for more information.

    Boating

    Safety Course

  • The Western Pennsylvania Safety Council will hold two one-day Boating Safety Courses at the Monroeville Expo Mart on May 3 and June 7. Cost is $25. All students must be pre-registered. Call (412) 856-5400 or (800) 345-9772.

    Bodybuilding

    NPC Pittsburgh Championships

  • The NPC Pittsburgh Championships will be held at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall May 2 and 3. The women's prejudging portion of the event will be held at 7 p.m. on May 2 and the men's prejudging will be held at 10 a.m. on May 3. The finals for all competitors are at 6:30 p.m. on Sat. Reserved seat tickets for the Finals are available at the door for $30. General admission prejudging tickets are also available at the door for $10.

    Cheerleading

    Camps

  • Academy of Sports Champions will hold Champions Cheerleading overnight/commuter camp at La Roche College on Aug. 3-7. Contact Adam Mowrey at (412) 889-4221 or log onto www.sportschampions.org for more information.

    Reunion

  • The Salem College (W. Va.) Football and Cheerleader Alumni Association is holding their next reunion at Oglebay Resort on Aug. 1-3. For further information contact Al Tarquinio at (724) 772-2000 or visit the website at www.salemfootballalumni.org.

    Football

    Camp

  • Eric Kasperowicz's eighth annual GPYA Youth Football Camps will hold an Individual Camp (lineman included) June 16-19, a QB/WR Camp June 23-24 and an OL/DL Camp June 25-26 for students grades 3-9 in Blueberry Hill Park, Franklin Park at Tiger Pride Football Field. Times are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Guest speaker will be Matt Lytle, a quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. Advanced enrollment is required. Visit www.gpya.com or call (412) 487-8690. Cost is $150 for individual camp, $80 for specialty camp and $195 for individual camp plus one specialty camp.

  • Academy of Sports Champions will hold Coach Dave Gray's Champions Football (featured instructor Mike Tomczak) overnight/commuter camps at La Roche College on July 6-11 and July 13-18. Contact Adam Mowrey at (412) 889-4221 or log onto www.sportschampions.org for more information.

  • Slippery Rock University will hold two football camps this summer designed to improve youth players' understanding and enjoyment of football. The Boys and Girls Football Camp will run from June 9-13 and is open to players between the ages of 8-12. The camp is a commuter camp and will be held from 10-11:30 a.m. each day on the SRU football practice field. Cost of the camp is $10 per camper. Deadline for registration is June 1. The Defensive Back Skills Camp will be held from July 11-13 and is open to athletes entering grades 7-12. The camp will run three days and two nights and will also be held on the SRU football practice field. Two on-field practice sessions will be held daily with film sessions every evening. Cost of the camp is $175 per overnight camper and $150 per commuter camper. A $20 discount per camper will be given to any football team sending five or more players to the camp. For more information, call Jay Foster at (724) 738-2783 or (724) 738-2046.

    Clinic

  • The Extreme Speed Clinic will be held May 10 at Blueberry Hill Park, Franklin Park from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. featuring Eric Kasperowicz. The clinic is for all skill levels and ages to increase your speed, quickness, explosiveness and flexibility. Learn to decrease your 40-yard dash time, train with state-of-the-art equipment and receive a speed and agility information and training packet. Pre-registration is required one week before the clinic. Call (412) 487-8690, email erlc@gpya.com or register at www.gpya.com. Registration cut-off to first 40 athletes. $40 clinic fee.

    Officials Needed

  • The Greater Pittsburgh Football Officials Association is seeking applicants for football officials for the coming season. GPFOA members officiate all levels of football, from youth leagues to NCAA. Interested candidates are invited to contact Assigning Secretary at (412) 787-5422 or by email at jmkulik@Prodigy.net.

    Golf

    Amateur Qualifier

  • The Womens Amateur Public Links (WAPL) Qualifier in the Western Pennsylvania area will be held Thursday, May 29 (rain date 5/30) at North Park Golf Course. Entries are available at North and South Park Courses and online at www.usga.org. Entries and the $30 entry fee are due May 7 at 5 p.m., to the USA. The WAPL Championship will be held June 17-22 at Ocean Hammock Golf Club, Palm Coast, Florida.

    Benefit

  • The University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg Athletics Department and Bud Smail Lincoln Mercury has scheduled a golf outing event at Totteridge Country Club in Hannastown for June 20 to benefit the Pitt-Greensburg Athletics Program. The $125 per person, $500 per team price includes 18 holes of golf, cart, caddie, small gift, refreshments, buffet dinner and door prizes. Further information is available by calling (724) 836-9949.

  • Moon Area Girls Basketball will hold a golf outing May 31 at Stonecrest Golf Course located in Wampum to support the Lady Tigers. For more information, please contact Paul Hawthorne at (412) 264-9440, ext. 2221.

  • The American Red Cross Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter's Mulligan Invitational will be held May 27 at the Club at Nevillewood. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. To register or for more information contact Marilyn Caye at the American Red Cross at (412) 263-3127 or cayem@usa.redcross.org.

  • The sixth annual St. Clair Hospital Golf Classic will be held July 20-21, with all the proceeds benefiting the Hospital's Building and Capital Projects. A Silent Auction dinner and entertainment will open the event on July 20 at 5 p.m. The cost for Individuals golfers is $650 and $2600 for a foursome. For more information call the St. Clair Hospital Foundation at (412)-344-6600 ext. 2465, or log on to the website, www.stclair.org.

  • The 23rd annual Watson Institute Pro-Am Tournament, sponsored by Heinz and National City, will take place June 6 at Allegheny Country Club in Sewickley. For information call Matthew Smith at (412) 749-2852.

    Charity

  • The sixth annual Pittsburgh Penguins Alumni Charity Golf Classic will take place on July 28 at Oglebay. Penguin's alumni representing each decade of Penguins hockey will compete in the event that has raised over $85,000 over the past five years. Mario Lemieux and many of his former teammates are expected to compete again in the 2003 Alumni Classic. For additional information or to request an event brochure, contact the Penguins Alumni Office at (412) 642-1982.

  • The Ladies' Golf Classic, hosted by Sewickley Hospital Auxiliary, will be held at the Sewickley Heights Golf Club Monday, May 12. Cost is $225 per person. The deadline to sign up is May 1. For more information call (412) 897-0557.

  • The eighth annual Verizon Wireless Skins Challenge Golf Tournament presented by Comtel Wireless will be held Aug. 4 at 11 a.m. and will be a shotgun start. The tournament will be at the Fox Chapel Golf Club. For further details, please contact Loretta Berger at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at (412) 321-4422 or lberger@cff.org.

  • The 16th annual John Christian Charity Golf Classic will be held at Diamond Run Golf Club in Sewickley on Aug. 4. The schedule is as follows: Range Open: 10 a.m.; Registration: 10 a.m.-11 a.m.; Course Instruction: 11a.m.-11:15 a.m.; Shotgun: 11:30 a.m.; Reception: 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Deadline for registration and pairing is July 12, 2003. Entries limited to the first 136 golfers. Cost is $300 per individual golfer. For more information call (412) 241-2660.

  • Goodwill Industries of Pittsburgh will hold its third Annual "Golf for Goodwill" event on Monday June 16, at the Treesdale Golf and Country Club. The format will be an 18-hole scramble with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. Awards, cocktails and a light dinner will follow at approximately 6:30 p.m. Cost is $295 for a single golfer. For more information on event details or to receive a sponsor or golfer registration form, please contact David Tobiczyk at (412) 390-2236.

  • The Regional Family YMCA Celebrity Golf Classic will take place at Pleasant Valley Country Club on Friday, May 9. Registration begins at 10 a.m., followed by lunch and a shot-gun start at 12 p.m. The event is a scramble format and offers many unique features. The registration fee is $700 per foursome. Individuals can register for $175. Registration is limited to the first 128 golfers. For registration/sponsor brochure or additional information, please contact Bea Jarbeck or Steve Simon at the Regional Family YMCA at (724) 542-9622.

  • The Allegheny County Housing Authority will hold its second annual Home Ownership Golf Classic on Friday, July 18 at the Highland Country Club. For tickets and all other information, call (412) 471-4332.

  • The first Bernard H. Jones Memorial Charitable Golf Outing with POISE will be held starting at 11 a.m., May 12 at Diamond Run Golf Club. Please respond by Tuesday, April 21. For more information, call (412) 281-4967.

    Junior Golf Clinics

  • Junior Golf Clinic with special guest instructor 2001 Tri-State PGA Teacher of the Year Jim Cichra for golfers 8-18 will be held May 17 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Neville Island Sports Dome, Neville Island. For more information, call (724) 453-1400.

  • Citiparks is offering beginner golf clinics at the Schenley Park Golf Course for boys and girls ages 7-13. All classes begin at 5:30 p.m. and conclude at 7:30 p.m. Each student pays a $10 course fee to attend three classes: Session 1 - Tuesdays (April 29, May 6 and May 13); Session 2 - Wednesdays (April 30, May 7 and May 14); Session 3 - Thursdays (May 1, 8 and 15). Students who complete all six hours of instruction receive season passes to the Schenley Park Golf Course. To register, call Citiparks at (412) 255-2493.

    Junior PGA Championship

  • The Tri-State Section PGA Section is accepting registration applications for the 2003 Tri-State PGA Junior PGA Championship, contested at Fox Run G.C. in Beaver Falls on Wednesday, July 2. The winners of the boys' and girls' division of the Tri-State Junior PGA Championship qualify to join nearly 100 of the nation's top junior golfers in the national Westfield Junior PGA Championship. The Championship is open to boys and girls, ages 17 and under. For more details, contact the Tri-State Section PGA Section at (724) 774-2224.

    Marathon

  • Participants for the CSI 100 Hole Golf Marathon are currently being accepted. The event will be held on June 2 at Lincoln Hills Country Club. No entry fee. Please call (724) 453-1400 for information.

    Pass

  • For a minimum donation of $30, the American Cancer Society's 2003 Golf Pass provides a free round of golf or golf discount at nearly 130 participating golf courses, including Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Toftrees Golf Club, The Golf Club at Hidden Valley and more. The fair market value of the pass is over $3,000. Some restrictions apply. The 2003 Golf Pass can be ordered through your local office of the American Cancer Society, or by calling 1-888-ACS-5445. Quantities are limited.

    Hockey

    Amatuer League

  • The PA Amateur Hockey League is looking for Squirt AA level players (92-93). For information, contact John at (412) 292-7084.

    Coach Needed

  • The Kiski Area Hockey Association is seeking a Junior Varsity Coach for the 2003-2004 season. Level 3 Certification and two years' experience required. Please call Keith Bowman at (724) 327-5989 for information.

    Roller

  • 3 Rivers Inline Hockey is accepting applications for ages 5-18 for its Spring/Summer Session starting in May. Please call (412) 441-3376 for more details.

    Miscellaneous

    Sports Camps

  • Dom DiGioacchino's Warrior Sports Camps has announced their dates for the summer. The camps are located at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown and we offer overnight and day camps for boys and girls ages 8-18. There are six camps to choose from including: Wrestling, 12-Day Intensive Training Camp: June 22-July 3. Wrestling Camp: June 29 -July 3; July 6-10; July 13-17; July 20-24. Soccer Camp: June 22-26; June 29-July 3; July 13-17. Field Hockey Camp: July 20-24; July 27-31. Lacrosse Girls Camp: July 27-31. Cross Country Camp: June 29-July 3. For more information and a free brochure, call (570) 977-1178 or (908) 416-6436 or email us at coachdom@warriorcamps.com or visit our web site at http://www.warriorcamps.com.

  • The F.A.S.T Camp (Footwork, Agility, Speed Training Camp) will be held Tue. and Thur. from June 17-Aug. 7 for high school boys and girls from 6 -7:30 p.m.and collegiate males from 7:30-9 p.m at the Lone Fine Field in North Park. Cost is $199. Walk-ins welcome for an additional $25. Contact The Athletic Advantage, LLC at (724) 772-6659 or www.athletic-advantage.net.

    Speed and Strength Camp

  • The 10th annual Mountaineer Speed and Strength Camp will be held at the indoor practice facility on Saturday, May 3. Registration is 8-9 a.m. with camp activities beginning at 9 a.m. and concluding at 5 p.m. Participants must be at least 11 years old. Price is $35 before April 25 or $40 from April 25 to May 3. Coaches and parents can earn professional development credits through extended learning. Contact Strength Staff at (304) 293-3581 for more information.

    Summer Day Camp

  • The Western Area YMCA on Montour Run road is currently taking registration for its Summer Day Camp program for children ages 5-11 and its Camper In Leadership Training program for children ages 12-14. The program runs June 9-Aug. 22. Cost for the Summer Day Camp program is $125 per week for full time and $78 per week for part-time attendance. Cost for the Camper In Leadership Training program is $62 per week for full time and $42 per week for part time attendance. Discounts will be given to families enrolling two or more children. For additional information, please contact Kim Shiring or Tom Yeager at (412) 787-9622.

    Youth Sports

  • The Western Area YMCA on Montour Run Road, Robinson Township will be starting its next session of Youth Sports for boys and girls. All sports are for one hour, each Saturday, beginning April 26-May 31. Sports will include Roller Dekhockey, Outdoor Soccer, T-ball, Gymnastics and Flag Football. T-ball is for children ages 4-6. Soccer is for children ages 4-6 and 7-8. Roller Dekhockey and Flag Football are for ages 6-8 and 9-11. Gymnastics is for ages 5-12. Call the Western Area YMCA at (412) 787-9622 for more information or to register.

    Run/Walk

    Charity

  • The 15th Annual Pirates Family Fun 5K Run/2 Mi. Walk will be held June 28. Registration is at 8 a.m. with a 9:30 a.m. start at PNC Park. Join the Pirates' Craig Wilson, WTAE-TV's Andrew Stockey and hundreds of others who are "Going the Distance" to fight epilepsy. For more information on how to register, or to become a corporate sponsor or team captain, contact Kristin Lesker at 1-800-361-5885, klesker@efwp.org, or register online at www.efwp.org.

  • The Community Fitness Classic 5K run/walk will be held May 18. Start time is 8:30 a.m. at UPMC St. Margaret near Aspinwall. Adults cost $10, children $8 for before the pre-registration deadline May 9. Registration on race-day will be $12 for adults, $8 for children and begins at 7:30 a.m.. The race is TAC sanctioned: level course. For more information, call (412) 784-5169.

    Running

    Race

  • The Monroeville Rotary Charity Classic will be held June 1 at Monroeville Mall. The 10K will start at 8:30 a.m. and the 5K at 9:30 a.m.. Call (412) 856-1000 or email don_tammy@msn.com.

  • The Gateway Track Mile will be held June 12 at Gateway Track. For more information call (412) 372-3212 or email don_tammy@msn.com.

    Soccer

    Academy

  • "Shoot to Score" Soccer Academy will offer a full schedule of summer camps in 2003. The camps are under the direction of University of Pittsburgh men's soccer coach Joseph Luxbacher and are staffed by college and high school coaches. Advanced Field Player and Goalkeeper Camps for boys and girls 10-18 years of age will be offered. For additional information, visit the camp website at www.shoot2score.net. For a free brochure, call the Pitt Soccer Office at (412) 648-8217 or (412) 648-8508.

    Camp

  • Westminster College Soccer coaches and players will be conducting a one-week soccer camp for any children in grades 1-8 at the Hess Sports Complex in Neshannock Township. All the children will be coached by their skill level and skills will be taught through games and activities. Camp will be held June 21-25 from 10 a.m.-noon. Cost is $50 per camper. For more information, call (724) 946-7316 or (724) 652-8842 (after May 15). Westminster College Residential and Day Camp will be June 29 to July 3. Call (724) 946-7316 or (724) 946-7307 for application forms.

  • Slippery Rock University's soccer programs will host a pair of summer team camps the week of July 27-31. Separate camps for boys and girls teams will be held on the SRU campus. Cost of the camps is $180 per overnight camper or $125 per commuter camper. A non-refundable $50 deposit is required with every application with the balance of the fee due by July 10. Camp sessions will run from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day. For more information, contact Matt Thompson at (724) 783-2822 or matthew.thompson@sru.edu.

    Soccer

    Coach needed

  • Quigley Catholic High School is looking for a 7th and 8th grade girls' soccer coach. Please contact Ed Driscoll at (724) 869-2188 for more information.

    Softball

    Female players needed

  • Female softball players are need for a co-ed league. You must be single and 21 or older. Games are played at the VA Hospital in Highland Park on Sundays. For more information/application, call Carrie at (412) 661-7853, or visit www.cacpittsburgh.org.

    Men's Qualifier

  • The Independent Softball Association will be running an early bird state and national qualifier in Meadville at the Lincoln Park Complex May 3-4. There will be a men's modified event and men's slowpitch. Entry fee is $175 for the double-elimination events. For more information please call the state marketing director Susan Pritchard at (814) 873-3271 or (800) 680-5645.

    Teams needed

  • The Golden Triangle Double Header League is looking for teams. No rosters are set until the playoffs and all teams are in the playoffs. Players must have played in 10 season games to be in the playoffs. No uniforms are required. Cost is $200. For information, call Bill at (412) 343-1647 or Gary at (412) 882-8214.

    Tournaments

  • Pittsburgh Women's Class D Single-Elimination Tournament $100.00. For information, call Roland at (412) 915-5522.

    Tennis

    Coach needed

  • Quigley Catholic High School is looking for a high school girls; tennis coach. Please contact Ed Driscoll at (724) 869-2188 for more information.

    Clinic

  • The Western Area YMCA is now accepting registration for adult clinics for the indoor tennis season. The Western Area YMCA offers group practice and play sessions, and schedules are flexible. For more information, call (412) 787-YMCA.

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