Ongoing through May: The Berkeley Academy of Norcross is forming teams for high school players ages 15 to 18 to play a 35- to 40-game schedule starting in late May. For more info call 770-441-2242 and ask for Lou Llerandi or go to www. berkeleybaseballsoftball.com
Ongoing: The East Cobb Eagles, a 16-and-under baseball travel team, is looking for a pitcher and a catcher to play in the AAU Junior Olympics and other tournaments this summer. Call 770-469-7399 or 678-878-8048.
Ongoing: Quality Sports Training is offering a special combination package of agility, speed and power training along with eight, one-hour sessions of either instruction or cage rental. Costs are based on teams of eight or more, and training can be held once or twice a week. Call 770-638-1557 for more info.
Ongoing: The Shiloh Swamp Dragons upcoming 14-and-under travel baseball team is looking for players for spring 2005. To schedule a tryout, call Coach Lee at 770-979-3858 or e-mail SwampDragonsBB@aol.com
Ongoing: Established rising 14-year-old Grizzlies travel team is seeking skilled players for the spring 2005 season. Tryouts for limited positions available. Call Tim Cowart at 770-985-1498.
Ongoing: Shiloh Roughriders U12 baseball team is looking for players for spring. Must be 12 years old before July 31, 2005. To schedule a tryout, call Jeff Farrow at 770-979-2338 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing: Buford 10U travel team is looking for players to compete in the Greater Gwinnett Baseball League for upcoming 11U spring season. For more info, call Chris Gant at 770-614-4990.
Ongoing: Berkeley Baseball-Softball Academy in Norcross is opening. Sign up for high school preseason workouts and the first of its kind, on-field Academy school for ages 9 and 10. Call 770-441-2242 for more details.
Ongoing: The Lawrenceville 14-year-old GGBL team is looking for players. Call 404-797-1287 for more information.
Ongoing: The East Metro Baseball League is seeking players for the 2005 season. Teams are forming now in over-18 and over-35 divisions. Year-round play on nights and weekends. For more information, call 770-788-8077.
Ongoing: Baseball pitching and hitting lessons are being offered by Rob Blair at TNT Sports in Snellville. Call 678-344-5876 to set up a free pitching or hitting analysis.
Ongoing: The North Georgia Lady Mustangs are looking for two skilled players for the 12U spring AAU basketball season. Please contact coach Anthony Ware at 678-518-4409 or email@example.com for information on tryouts for the 14U/15U North Georgia Lady Mustangs.
Ongoing: The 10U Georgia Hawks basketball program is seeking skilled players for the upcoming AAU-YBOA basketball season. Must be of age as of Sept. 1, 2005. For more information, contact coach Greg at 678-634-8746 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing: Georgia Elite 12U AAU girls basketball (10U and 11U AAU state champions) is holding tryouts. For information, call Johnny Reeves at 404-358-7071.
Ongoing: The Georgia Lady Eagles (www.georgialadyeagles.com) will hold tryouts for its competitive AAU program for ages 13U, 15U and 16U. Please contact Jury Sollenberger at 770-338-0197 or HoopsJS1@aol.com for dates and information.
Ongoing: The Grayson Athletic Association is accepting applications for GBL coaches for fifth-, sixth-, and seventh-grade teams. Also accepting applications for GAA coaches for recreation league. Apply at www.gaasports.org/new_page17.htm.
Ongoing: Prepare Basketball Clinic will be held every Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon for boys and girls ages 6 to 15. The clinic emphasizes fundamentals, sportsmanship and individual development. Cost is $25 per session or $100 a month. Family discounts available for two or more children. For more info, call Coach Perry at 678-464-3220 or Coach Gary at 678-851-6650.
Ongoing: QST is offering offseason speed and agility training packages for youth and high school basketball players. Individual, group and team rates are available. Call 770-638-1557 or visit www.getfaster.com for more information.
June 6-9: The Lady Eagle youth basketball camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 6-9. It is for girls ages 7 to 13 and designed for the beginning to moderate player who would like to improve her game. Cost is $100, and campers should bring their own lunch. Members of the Collins Hill Lady Eagles basketball team serve as camp counselors. Call the Collins Hill community school office at 770-682-4132 or the Lady Eagles' basketball office at 770-682-4123.
June 6-9: The Lady Eagle competitive basketball camp runs from 9 a.m. to noon June 6-9. It is for girls in grads seven through nine and designed for the players who plan on trying out for their middle school and high school teams. Cost is $65. Drills, offenses and defenses used at the middle and high school level will be taught by the Collins Hill Lady Eagles coaching staff. Call the Collins Hill community school office at 770-682-4132 or the Lady Eagles basketball office at 770-682-4123.
June 13-17: The "Missing Link" Camp will be held at Lenora Park for boys and girls ages 9 to 16. This is the 18th year the camp has been run for Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation by Ron Link, the head boys coach at Cedar Shoals High School. Applications can be picked up at Lenora Park or by calling 770-714-8522.
May 21, June 25: The Shiloh Athletic Association announced its cheerleading and football registration is scheduled for May 21 and June 25 at the Shiloh High School's Common Areas. Registration will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, please visit www.saa-youth.org or e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing: South Gwinnett Youth Football needs qualified coaches for eighth grade and all age groups. Contact Terry Doster 770-978-3710.
Ongoing: QST is offering special spring speed and agility training for youth and high school football players. Individual and team rates are available. Call 770-638-1557 or visit www.getfaster.org for more information.
April 25: The Parkview Touchdown Club is hosting its 14th Annual Panther Classic golf outing at Hamilton Mill Golf Club. Morning rounds start at 8 a.m. and afternoon rounds at 1:30. Lunch is provided by Outback Steakhouse at 12:30. For more info call Kyle Esmonde at 770-925-9287 or go to www.parkviewfootball.com for an entry form. Cost is $150 for individual golfers.
May 5: The public is invited to participate in the third Annual Neil L. Pruitt, Sr. Classic held May 5 at the Renaissance PineIsle and Emerald Point Golf Clubs at Lake Lanier. This golf tournament is held each year to benefit the United Hospice Foundation, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit organization. The proceeds go to help fund hospice education, bereavement and support outreach including Camp Cocoon, scholarships, and end-of-life needs in our community. The tournament will be held at noon and the cost is $175 per golfer. All interested golfers are welcome. Call 770-806-6813 for more information.
Ongoing: The Collins Hill ice hockey team is looking for high school students who want to play during the 2004-05 season. If interested, call 770-354-6874.
Ongoing: The Metro Atlanta Street Hockey Association is looking for new players for its Tuesday and Sunday leagues. Games are Tuesdays at 8 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Games are held at Pickneyville Park in Norcross off Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. For more information, visit www.MASHAHOCKEY.com.
Ongoing: A local officiating association is in need of baseball and softball umpires in the Grayson and Auburn area. No experience needed. Training provided. Call David Simmons at 404-502-6400.
Ongoing: The Multi-County Basketball Officials Association needs men and women 18 years old and up to referee high school and middle school games. Training is provided. Call David Pattillo at 404-529-8535.
Ongoing: Basketball officials are needed for Gwinnett and Walton County youth and adult leagues. New or experienced officials welcomed. Call Harold Hooper at 770-982-8357 or Aubrey Overby at 770-513-3174.
June 6-10: The Classic Soccer Academy is offering a summer soccer developmental camp for players age 4 and up at Rabbit Hill Park from June 6-10. For more information call 770-614-0874 or go to the Web at www.classicsocceracademy.com.
June 25-29: The Classic Soccer Academy is offering a summer soccer developmental camp, a advanced team camp and a high school team camp for players age 4 and up at Rabbit Hill Park from June 25-29. For more information call 770-614-0874 or go to the Web at www.classicsocceracademy.com.
Ongoing: Berkeley Baseball-Softball Academy in Norcross is opening. Sign up for high school preseason workouts and the first of its kind on-field Academy school for ages 9 and 10. Call 770-441-2242 for more
Ongoing: QST will be offering speed camps during spring break and the summer months. Call 770-638-1557 or visit www.getfaster.com for more information.
Ongoing: QST has a new prep program for the high school senior preparing to play collegiate athletics. Meetings are twice weekly for either one hour ($120 per month) or 11D2 hours ($180 per month) each session. It will include speed, agility, power and strength training. Call 770-638-1557 for times and locations.
April 9, 16: Wesleyan School's Volleyschool for grades four through seven will run April 2, 9 and 16. Learn to play volleyball from the coach and players of Gwinnett County's first state championship team. Participants will receive six hours of instruction and a camp T-shirt. Please contact Ted Russell at wesleyanschool.org for more information.
Through June 1: Registration for Dacula High School volleyball camps is now open. The Del Hughes high-performance skills training for grades 9 to 12 at every level runs from June 6-9. The basic skills middle school camp and elementry school camp both run from June 1-2. For registration forms go to www.daculavolleyball.com or call Lisa Tucker at 678-316-9794, Kevin Condon at 404-441-6367 or e-mail Kevin_Condon@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.