Baseball July 11-14: City of Duluth's Bunten Road Park is having its Jack City baseball camp for ages six and up, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m July 11-14. Former pro Keith Whitner will be coaching. T-shirt and lunch provided. Call 770-814-6981 Monday through Friday to register.

July 18-21: City of Duluth's Bunten Road Park is having its Little Hitter's baseball camp for ages five through eight from 9 a.m. to noon July 18-21. T-shirt provided. Call 770-814-6981 Monday through Friday to register.

Through July 23: A 13 & under travel baseball team out of Buford Park and playing in the GGBL is holding tryouts for the fall season. All interested players can call Bobby Nix at 770-932-3371.

Through July: The Shiloh Outlaws 15U baseball team is looking for GGBL travel-level players for fall team playing at Lenora Park. Tryouts are at the end of July. If interested, call Phil Pardee at 770-736-6566, Terry Hill at 404-918-2119 or Paul Caron at 404-386-0756.

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: 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: A 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: American Legion Post 127 is recruiting baseball players from Dacula and Buford to play for this summer. Players must have high school experience and be born on or after Jan. 1, 1986. Interested players can contact Mike Sperounis at 770-962-1324.

Ongoing: The Jack City Giants 13 & Under travel baseball team is searching for quality players for their fall 2005 squad. In light of the recent age cutoff change by the majority of youth baseball associations (including the USSSA), the Giants have been placed into the position of having to fill a number of key spots on their roster, including pitching and infield. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the 2005 fall squad should contact Mark S. Cohen at 404-906-6800 or go to .


July 11-15: North Gwinnett's Go For The Goal basketball camp for players age 9-16 runs from July 11-15 at North Gwinnett High School. All sessions are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For further information call 770-271-5154 or 678-482-1077 or 678-425-2503.

July 18-22: Coach Joe Marelle's City of Duluth basketball camps for boys and girls ages 7-13 are June 6-10 and July 18-22. The camps go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and include lunch and a T-shirt. The cost for city residents is $150 ($160 for non-residents). Enrollment is limited. For more information call Jason at 770-814-6981.

July 25-28: The Kenny Anderson Basketball Camp at Suwanee Sports Academy for boys in grades 4-12 runs July 25-28. For times, cost and registration, go to .

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 .

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 ( ) will hold tryouts for a competitive AAU program for ages 13U, 15U and 16U. Please contact Jury Sollenberger at 770-338-0197 or 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 .

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 for more information.


July 9, 16, 23: The Tucker Football League is holding registration for football and cheerleading for children ages 5-13 on June 18, 25 and July 9, 16 and 23 at the Tucker Football League Press Box at 4877 Lawrenceville Hwy. For more information, call 770-908-0081 or go to


July 18-22: The Rising Stars Football Camp, organized by the Georgia Force's Willie Gary, runs July 18-22 (9 a.m. to noon Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) at the Gwinnett Sports Center off Brogdon Road in Suwanee. Sign-up deadline is one week before camp, which are for players ages 7 through high school. The cost is $150 for one session or $250 for both and includes lunch and a T-shirt. In addition to the other training, Quality Sports Training will provide daily agility, speed, and power training for the campers. For more information call 678-714-7454 or 404-969-8885.

July 18-21: The South Gwinnett Football Association will host two football camps featuring Comets head coach John Small and his staff July 18-21. The first camp will be for third- to fifth-graders. The second camp is for middle schoolers. Both run from 8-11:30 a.m. and cost $60. Call 404-570-7422 or go online to for more information.

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 for more information.


July 20: The Apalachee boys basketball golf tournament at The Georgia Club is at 1 p.m. on July 20. It's a three-person scramble and costs $100 per person. Hole sponsorship is also $100. Registration starts at noon. Cash prixes for top three placers. Two flights will be paid if 30 or more teams enter. Also four closest to the pin and two longest drive prizes will be awarded. Call head coach Kevin Morris to enter at 678-725-1510.

Aug. 8: The Dot Pape Memorial Golf Classic to benefit The Alzheimer's Association is Aug 8 at the Collins Hill Golf Club. This is a four-man scramble with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $80 per player or $300 per foursome. Hole sponsorships and presenting sponsorships are available. Please visit or call Greg at 678-858-3281 for more information.

Hockey/Street hockey

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 .


Ongoing: Multi-County Basketball Officials Association needs men and women 18 years and older to referee high school and middle school basketball games in Gwinnett County and surrounding areas. Training is provided. Please call David Pattillo at 404-529-8535 or visit .

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.


July 11-15, July 18-22: The Tavani Soccer Camps run July 11-15 and July 18-22 from 9 a.m. to noon at Bunten Road Park in Duluth. Boys and girls age 7-15 are invited to participate. The cost is $130. Call camp director Gregg Tavani at 770-396-8258, e-mail or visit .

July 12: Early registration for the Upward Soccer League, grades K-4, runs through July 12. For more information contact Bill Linduff at First Baptist Church in Lilburn at 770-921-1220 or visit .

July 18-21: The fifth annual Parkview Panther soccer camp runs from 8 a.m. to noon July 18-21 for players age 4 through rising ninth-graders. Parkview T-shirts and prizes are included. Camp at GSA Crossroads Field next to Parkview High School. Call Coach Mark Albertus at 678-344-8632 with questions.

July 25-29: City of Duluth's Bunten Road Park will host the Challenger Soccer Camp July 25-29. It's a half day for ages 5-9 and 9-13 and a full day for ages 10-15. Children will learn foot skill development, technical and practical practices, small sided games and coached scrimmages. Includes soccer ball, T-shirt and camper evaluation. Call 770-814-6981 for more information.

Through July 31: Lawrenceville's U12 Girls Tornado Soccer Club has openings for one to four select soccer players. If interested, contact 770-605-4024.

Ongoing: Classic boys' U14 and U16 teams are seeking a goalkeeper and additional field players. Contact Joe Costello at 678-614-1847 or Pete Romaniw at 678-442-8500 for more information.

Ongoing: Classic II boys' U14 team is seeking additional field players. Contact Sean Wickham ay 770-841-9546 or .


July 18-21: Peachtree Ridge High School will be offering an overall softball skills camp July 18-21 for upcoming eighth- and ninth-graders. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and costs $87 (includes a T-shirt). For further information call the community school at 678-957-3162.

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 through Aug. 5: The Summit Chase Country Club is offering junior tennis camps throughout the summer for members and non-members. For more information please call Director of Tennis John Heitkam at 770-979-5601.

Ongoing: The Mountain Park Tennis Center and Hudlow Park Tennis Center are offering adult tennis drills at various times during the week. Call 770-417-2210 for more information or to register.


July 18: Performance Training is hosting W.O.W. (Women on Weights), a body scuplting program designed specifically for the female body. Performance Training will design programs for toning and trimming. The class will consist of calisthenics, interval running, abdominal training, and upper and lower body toning. Class runs July 18 to Aug. 24 (Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m.) The cost is $150. Register online at or call 770-614-6686 ext. 121.

Ongoing: QST will be offering speed camps during the summer months. Call 770-638-1557 or visit 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 11/2 hours ($180 per month) each session. It will include speed, agility, power and strength training. Call 770-638-1557 for times and locations.

Ongoing: Suwanee Sports Academy is offering several performance training camps throughout the summer. For times, cost and registration, go to .

Ongoing: Performance Training, Inc is offering daily speed, agility, and quickness training classes. Packages are available for athletes of all sports. Call today to increase your overall athletic abilities 770-614-6686 ext. 121 or e-mail with questions .


July 18-21: Suwanee Sports Academy is offering a train for tryouts camp July 18-21. For times, cost and registration, go to .

July 18-21: Suwanee Sports Academy is offering an elite club training volleyball summer camp July 18-21. For times, cost and registration, go to .

Ongoing through July: Suwanee Sports Academy is offering several boys volleyball clinics throughout the summer, starting June 20 and running through July 21. For times, cost and registration, go to .