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Sports notices

Submitting sports notices

The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. Monday. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). Questions? Call 410-332-6578.

Baseball

Western Howard County Youth Baseball/Softball League is accepting registration for its summer baseball program. The summer session consists of one weeknight game per week at Western Regional Park starting the week of Monday, June 27, and continuing through the month of July. Go to http://www.whcsports.com.

 

The Five Tool Baseball Camp, with Rich Jenkins and Tim O'Brien, will be held from July 25-29 at Kiwanis Park. Players ages 8-15 welcome. Call 443-840-0202 or email coachobrien13@gmail.com.

 

Running

 

The Summer Striders training program for high school and college cross-country runners is still accepting registrations. Go to http://www.bullseyerunning.com for more information and a registration form.

 

Soccer

 

The Olney Cyclones D-2 White (rising WAGS U-16 girls) is look for impact goalie/field players. The Cyclones will play in the WAGS Elite Premier division this fall as well as three to four tournaments. The team plays soccer year 'round. Email coachkenel@aol.com or call 301-252-7893. The team practices one a week in Olney in the fall and will play four to six tournaments. Email coachkenel@aol.com or call 301-252-7893.

 

The Olney Cyclones D-4 Blue (rising WAGS U-16 girls) are looking for impact goalie/field players. The team practices once a week in the Olney area and plays four to six tournaments a year. Email coachkenel@aol.com or call 301-252-7893.

 

Registration is open for the Elkridge Youth Organization fall soccer program. Regular registration ends on June 30; late registration ends July 31. Register early as some leagues do fill up.

EYO soccer is a co-ed, recreational program that places an emphasis on instruction, fitness and fun. Games are played at Rockburn Park and Waterloo Park. Players ages 4 to 18 are welcome. No tryouts are required for the recreational leagues and all players are afforded substantial playing time.

To register, go to eyosports.org and click on the Soccer tab or send an email with EYO in the subject to eyosoccer@verizon.net.

 

The CSC Magic (rising U-17 girls) is seeking dedicated players born on or after Aug. 1, 1994. The Magic practices in the Bethesda/Kensington area. Email rubenmarilyn@yahoo.com or call 240-401-3514 to arrange a tryout.

 

CSC Galaxy Premier (rising U-19 boys) is looking for a few players to complete the roster. Call 240-372-0891 to arrange a tryout.

 

Volleyball

 

Columbia Volleyball Club will hold the MaxPerformance Volleyball Training Camp Aug. 1-3. Go to maxperformancevolleyball.com.

 

Basketball

 

The I Got Skills Basketball Camp, with coach David Evans, will be held at Long Reach High School, 6101 Old Dobbin Lane, Columbia from 2:15-5:15 p.m. the week of July 11, 18 and 25. The camp is for high school boys and girls in grade 9-12. Email david_evans@hcpss.org.

Dr. Mike Caprarola's 18th annual All-Star Shooting Clinic is open to boys and girls ages 7-18 and runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The clinic is held at Chapelgate Christian Academy and consists of six one-week sessions running from June 27 through Aug. 14. For an application, email mcaprarola@gmail.com or call 410-750-0732.

 

The Julius Prezelski Basketball School will be held July 25-28 at Resurrection School in Ellicott City. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades three through eight this fall. The camp runs from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Go to http://www.jphoops.com.

 

The Reservoir Boosters boys basketball camp will be held Aug. 1-5 from 9 a.m. to noon at Reservoir High School. This camp is for rising sixth to ninth grade boys. A boys and girls youth basketball camp will be held the same week from 1-4 p.m. This camp is for rising second to fifth grade boys and girls. Both camps will be run by the Reservoir Basketball coaching staff.

For more information go to http://www.rhsgators.com or email Barbara_Mueller@hcpss.org.

The Wilde Lake Boosters boys basketball camp will be held Aug. 1-5 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Wilde Lake High School. This camp is for boys and girls ages 9 and up and is open to all skill levels. The camp will be run by the Wilde Lake Basketball coaching staff, along with former NBA All-Star Phil Chenier. Email WLHSbasketball@gmail.com for more information.

 

HYBA is accepting applications for the Fall Friday Night Basketball League for boys and girls ages 6-19. Games will be played Friday nights in September and October. To receive an application, call 410-461-7694 or go to http://www.hyba.org.

 

Booster camps

 

The Marriotts Ridge Boosters Camps are underway, but registration is still open. Registration forms are at mrhs-boosters.com/summer-camps. Email summercamps@mrhs-boosters.com.

 

The Glenelg High School Boosters is sponsoring camp instruction in the football, softball, boys basketball, baseball, lacrosse, cheerleading, volleyball, field hockey, soccer and speed and agility. There is also Camp Inclusion, a camp for students with disabilities. Go to http://www.glenelgboosters.com or call 410-313-5535.

The Hammond High Boosters Sports Camps for boys and girls soccer, boys and girls lacrosse and cheerleading will take place the week of July 18-22. Camps for field hockey and boys and girls basketball will be he held the week of Aug. 1-5. Volleyball will be held from Aug. 1-4. Deadline for registration is June 29. Email HHSBoostersCamps@gmail.com for more information.

 

Football and cheerleading

 

The CCC Warriors football and cheerleading program is registering for the fall season. Practice starts July 27. The Warriors are for ages 5-14. Go to http://www.cccwarriors.com or call 410-637-5999.

 

Football

 

The Ray Rice Football Camp takes place July 16-19 at Towson University. The camp is for ages 7-18 and is broken down into four age groups: 7-10, 11-12, 13-14 and 15-18. The aim of the camp is to teach the fundamentals of the game. Go to http://www.aascamps.com or call 1-877-912-2677.

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