Baseball

Through November: The Jack City Giants 13U travel baseball team will be conducting open practices through November for its 2006 spring season. A number of key spots on the roster are available, including pitching and infield. Exact dates have not been confirmed, but will be posted on the Giants Web site www.giantsbaseball.org. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the squad, call Mark S. Cohen at 404-906-6800.

Through November: The 14U Collins Hill Eagles are looking for players for the upcoming spring 2006 season. We are looking for players with travel ball experience. Call Dave at 404-754-3260 or Joe at 678-409-2548 to set up

individual tryouts.

Through November: Jack City 9U, 11U and 13U baseball teams are having tryouts. Call 678-376-1123.

Through November: Quality Sports Training of Suwanee is offering a Baseball Conditioning Clinic designed to increase speed, agility and power. The clinic will also include a shoulder strengthening program designed to reduce injuries and increase performance. The clinic runs every Monday and Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. The cost is $150 a month. Call 770-814-9115 or

e-mail Gary at gschofield@

getfaster.org for reservations.

Starting Dec. 11: Berkeley Academy baseball winter

workouts start Dec. 11. Call 770-441-2242 for details.

Basketball

Through November: Quality Sports Training is offering two programs to prepare basketball players for the upcoming season. Athletes can chose a one-hour ASP program that focuses on agility, speed and power or a 90-minute pro-performance program that includes a half hour of weight training. Call 770-638-1557 or visit www.getfaster.org for more information.

Through November: A Dacula Elite seventh-grade girls basketball team is looking for players. Please join their practice session on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Dacula High School main gym. For more information, call Alex at 404-944-2881.

Through November: The Lilburn Basketball Association will be registering boys ages 15-18 years old. The last registration day will be Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. until noon. Call Helen at 770-921-1283 for details.

Dec. 27-30: The Suwanee Sports Academy is holding a Holiday Hoops Camp for anyone in grades 4 to 12 on Dec. 27-30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Holiday camp will help basketball players develop their skills, maintain their conditioning and stay at the top of their game. For more information, contact the Suwanee Sports Academy at 770-614-6686 or register online at www.ssasports.com.

Football

Through November: Quality Sport Training of Suwanee is offering a Linemen Power Training Clinic designed to build explosive strength and power as well as foot quickness. The clinic will also include technique drills specific to football linemen. The clinic runs every Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 pm. The cost is $225 a month. Call 770-814-9115 or

e-mail Walter at wbooth@

getfaster.org for reservations.

Nov. 28-Dec. 21: Performance Training is hosting an ofseason football SAQ clinic. The clinic runs twice a week from Nov. 28 to Dec. 21 and the cost is $125. Register online at

www.ssasports.com or e-mail chriss@ssasports.com with questions.

Misc.

Through November: The Collins Hill baseball team will be selling Frasier Fir Christmas trees as a fundraiser this month. To pre-order send an e-mail to chhsbaseball@bellsouth.net. Trees start at $55 for 6- to 7-feet and go up to $350 for 14- to 15-feet.

Officiating

Through November: 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.

Soccer

Through November: Quality Sport Training of Suwanee is offering a Soccer Speed Training Clinic designed to enhance agility, speed and power. This clinic will focus on the unique needs of the soccer athlete. The clinic runs every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. The cost is $150 per month or $200 for six weeks. Call 770-814-9115 or e-mail Gary at gschofield@getfaster.org for reservations.

Dec. 10: The Dacula Soccer Club is having registration for the spring 2006 season from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Dec. 10 at Dacula High School. Online registration opens at 9 a.m. and closes when teams are full.

For more info visit

www.daculasoccer.com.

Softball

Through Nov. 30: North Gwinnett Wild Dawgs 16U fastpitch travel softball team is looking for another pitcher, catcher and position player to round out the team for 2005-2006. If you are looking for playing time, please contact Lem Minish at 706-654-7540 or 706-367-4568.

Dec. 4: Tryouts for the 12U Panther Elite Orange fastpitch softball team are at 1:30 p.m. on Dec. 4 at Mountain Park on field 3. Call Dave McClure at 770-972-2013 for more information.

Starting Dec. 11: Berkeley Academy softball winter workouts start Dec. 11. Call 770-441-2242 for details.

Through December: Berkeley Academy is offering softball pitching and hitting instruction with Reinhardt College coach Chris Wilcoxson through the winter. Call 770-441-2242 for an appointment.

Tennis

Nov. 28-Dec. 21: Performance Training is hosting an offseason tennis clinic, designed to focus on the athletic fundamentals of tennis while working to increase an athletes speed, agility and quickness. The clinic runs twice a week from Nov. 28 to Dec. 21 and the cost is $150. Register online at www.ssasports.com or e-mail chriss@ssasports.com.

Training

Nov. 28 to Jan. 9: Performance Training is hosting a Holiday Boot Camp, designed to help those who want to stay in shape during the holiday season. The camp will consist of cardio, strength training, muscle toning, core work, etc. The camp runs twice a week Nov. 28 to Jan. 9 and costs $150. Register online at www.ssasports.com or contact us at dwolf@ssasports.com.

Through December: Quality Sports Training of Suwanee is offering free electronic speed timing, video analysis of running form and agility power evaluations this week for athletes ages 6 and up. Call 770-814-9115 to reserve your evaluation time or e-mail Walter at wbooth@getfaster.org.