Baseball

Through April: A new 18-and-over men's baseball league in the North Gwinnett/South Barrow County area is looking for players. All experience levels are welcome and games on Sunday from April through August. Open workouts starting soon. Call Lee at 770-873-4790 or Tony at 404-202-9694 for additional information

Through April: The Berkeley Academy is looking for graduating high school seniors who are interested in playing summer baseball. They are forming a U-18 summer team to play teams from North Cobb, Nashville and Charleston. For more information call Lou Llerandi at 770-441-2242.

Throrgh April: Men's Senior and Adult Baseballl leagues now registering players in all age divisions (18+, 28+, 38+, 48+) and skill levels. For more info go to www.atlantamsbl.com or 770-785-2785.

Starting May 31: Renz Baseball/Softball Camps are running weekly throughout the summer starting May 31st and ending August 11th. For camp prices, times, and registration forms, visit www.renzbaseball.com or call call 770-271-4554.

Through May: Jack City baseball is offering a discounted rate for a child and a friend on a semi-private hitting or pitching lesson for the price of one child $60 through May 17. Also, all 1 hour lessons the week of May 1-5 are $45. For more information, contact Keith 770 633-0948, or visit www.jackcity.net.

June 5-9: Norcross High School and varsity girls head coach Mike Lee will be hosting the Fun with Fundamentals camp for girls in first through ninth grades. The camp takes place June 5-9 at Norcross High School and costs $68 to participate. For more information, call 770-447-2643.

Starting June 5: The Berkeley Academy is holding a baseball/softball summer camps starting in June and going into August. There will be five sessions available: June 5-9, June 19-23, July 10-14, July 17-21 and July 31-August 4. The cost is $175 per camper or $165 if you sign up before May 31. For more details call call Lou Llerandi at 770-441-2242.

Through June 15: Hardball Warehouse offers summer baseball camps focusing on character, that are designed reinforce good character traits while having fun playing baseball. Camps run four consecutive weeks beginning May 30. Early registration discounts are available. For details and to register, visit www.HardballWarehouse.com or call 678-957-0885.

Through June 15: Gwinnett County All-Star Team Camp Hardball Warehouse presents its second annual baseball team camp. The camp is open to all Gwinnett County all-star teams and runs for a week. The cost is $99 per player. For details and to register, visit www.HardballWarehouse.com or call 678-957-0885.

Ongoing through June 19: The Robert Sapp Baseball Camp is accepting applications for its summer sessions to be held at the Hog Mountain Baseball Complex in Flowery Branch. The camp is held June 26-30 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day and is open to boys ages 7-14. The fee is $120 per person with group discounts available, and is due one week before the start date of the camp. For more information, call Jimmy Lawler at 770-535-2766 or Sapp at 770-287-3309 or by e-mailing rsbbcamp@charter.net.

June 25: The Southeastern Baseball Showcase is being held for high school players in the classes of 2007 and 2008 at Kennesaw State University on June 25. For more information, visit www.angelfire.com/sports/showcase or call 404-869-7966.

Basketball

Ongoing: Peach State Basketball Inc. is offering basketball skill development for college caliber high school players throughout the week during the high school off-season. Players can use these sessions to continue improving all year long. Contact Brandon Clay at 404-422-4936 or visit www.peachstatehoops.com for more information.

Through April: The Gwinnett Force 17-and-under basketball team is still looking for players to complete their roster for this spring season. If interested, contact Brandon Terry at 678-614-0842, or e-mail btt56@yahoo.com.

May 29-June 2: The Boys & Girls Club in Norcross is holding a basketball day camp from May 29 through June 2. The camp goes from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day and is open to all children ages 7 through 16. To register, contact Gary Payne 678-851-6650 or Perry Young at 678-464-3220.

May 20-21: The Hoop It Up 3-on-3 national basketball tour is making a stop in Atlanta on the weekend of May 20-21. The tournament takes place at Turner Field and offers 36 divisions for male, female and coed teams for ages 8 to 30 and up. For more information or to register, visit www.HoopItUp.com or call 1-888-997-PLAY.

Starting May 30: Suwanee Sports Academy is holding a host of basketball camps this summer. The Rising Stars Camp (May 30 - June 2) for boys and girls grades K-2, Future Stars Camps (May 30 - June 2, June 5-8) for boys and girls grades 3-10, Mark Price Camp (July 24-27) for all ages focusing on fundamentals, and the Mark Price Shooting Clinic: (June 10). The shooting camp has two sessions, wiht a morning session for grades 4 through 8 and an afternoon one for high school players. Registration for all camps is availiable online at www.ssasports.com.

June 4-7, 25-28: The University of Georgia will be hosting the Dennis Felton Basketball Academy this June. The Bulldogs' head coach will be leading a pair of overnight camps with the first happening from June 4-7 and the second from June 25-28. For more information, call the university's basektball office at 706-542-1432.

June 5-9: The "Missing Link" Basketball Camp will be held for boys and girls ages 9-15 at Lenora Park in Snellville. The camp is done through Gwinnett County Parks and Recreations and is conducted by Cedar Shoals boys basketball coach Ron Link. The camp goes from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. from June 5-9 and costs $135 per camper. Call Coach Link at 770-714-8522 for an application or pick one up at Lenora Park.

June 11-14, 16-18, 19-22, July 9-12: Buenau University is hosting the 31st annual Number One Basketball Camps starting on June 11. There are three sessions for girls, with two for grades 8 through 12 (June 11-14 and June 19-22) and one for grades 5-9 (July 9-12) and one for boys grades 5-12 (June 16-18). Teams and individual players are accepted. For more information, call Coach Ron Roach 706-295-3934.

June 12-15: Lakeview Academy in Gainsville is hosting a basketball day camp June 12-15 for all rising thrid through eighth grade boys. For more information call Lakeview head coach Seth Vining at 770-531-2648 or visit www.lakeviewacademy.com.

June 12-16: A NIKE Elite Hoops Basketball camp will be held at Snellville Middle School June 12-16. It is a coed camp for children ages 7-14. The cost is $235 per camper and that includes a Nike T-shirt and leather basketball. For more information, call 1-800-NIKE-CAMP.

June 19-23: Peach State Basketball Inc. will host the Girls Rising Stars Camp for the top rising 6th through 9th graders in the area at Bogan Park in Buford. The Rising Stars Camp is for serious ball players only. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. For more information visit www.peachstatehoops.com or contact Brandon Clay at 404-422-4936.

June 26-30, July 10-14: North Gwinnett will continue its "Go for the Goal" basketball camp with sessions occuring June 26-30 and July 10-14. The camp is open to boys ages 6 through 13. There will also be a shooting camp for boys ages 10 through 18 held from July 6-7. For more information or a brochure, contact North Gwinnett Community schools at 770-271-5179 or Len Garner at 770-271-5154.

July 2-7: Atlanta PRO will be holding its boarding or day basketball camps for boys at Reinhardt College. The camp, hosted by former Georgia State head coach Bob Reinhart, is for boys entering grades eight through 12. The cost is $375 for the boarding camp or $275 for daycampers. For more information, call 404-876-3471.

Through July 15: Final applications are being evaluated for the Ten Star All Star Summer Basketball Camp. Boys and girls ages 10-19 are eligible to apply for the exclusive camp that has alumnai that include Michael Jordan and Tim Duncan. There are a number of sites, with the Georgia camp being held in Gainesville. For a free brochure, call 704-373-0873 any time.

July 17-21: Peach State Basketball Inc. will host the Boys Rising Stars Camp for the top rising 6th through 9th graders in the area at Bogan Park in Buford. The Rising Stars Camp is for serious ball players only. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. For more information visit www.peachstatehoops.com or contact Brandon Clay at 404-422-4936.

Football

Through April: The 5th Quarter Football Academy of Gwinnett is offering an offensive/defensive lineman 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 taught by a former professional and college football coach. The clinic runs every Monday and Thursday from 6 through 7:30 p.m. at a cost of $225 a month. For more information, call 770-814-9115 or visit www.getfaster.org.

Through April: The Collins Hill Athletic Association is looking for Youth football coaches. If you are interested in coaching a team in an age group from 6 through 13 years old, please contact Don Bayles at 404-579-3128 or at bayles4@bellsouth.net.

April 22: The Peachtree Ridge football team is holding the Cruisin' on the Ridge casino night fundraiser to benefit Peachtree Ridge High School Football on April 22 at 7 p.m. at Velocity Sports Performance-Sugarloaf. At this adults-only event, guests will enjoy dining from restaurants in the Peachtree Ridge cluster, casino games, music and fun. Tickets are only $100 per couple - which includes "Cruise Cash" for gaming or raffles, food stations from area restaurants, as well as a Lions gift pack. All attendees are automatically entered for a chance to win from the grand prize drawing. For more information, call Ken at 770-335-1556 or visit www.prhsfootball.com.

May 20, June 17: The South Gwinnett Football association will be having registration for the fall football season on May 20 and June 17 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the SGAA Park office for children ages 6 to eighth grade. Registration is also available online now through June 17. For more information, call 404-570-7422.

June 16: The Trophy Club of Appalachee is hosting "Lunch with the Legends" on June 16 to support the Duluth Football and Cheerleading Association. In attendance will be pro football Hall of Famers Joe DeLamielleure and Willie Shaw and former Falcons All-Pro Jessie Tuggle among others. For more information, contact Chuck Daughtry at 770-337-7002 or daught_c@bellsouth.net.

June 20-22: National Kicking Service will be holding a placekicking and punting camp in Gainsville on the campus of Riverside Military Academy on June 20-22. For more information on the all-ages camp, call 1-800-6607176 or visit www.kickpunt.com.

Through June: South Gwinnett Youth Football is looking for qualified coaches for eighth grade and all age groups. To volunteer, call Terry Doster at 770-978-3710.

Mountain biking

May 6: Dirty Spokes Productions is a 12-hour mountain bike events company and is having its first race on May 6 at Fort Yargo State Park. For more information, go to www.dirtyspokes.com.

Running/Triathlon

May 6-7: The 4th Annual Turtle Crawl events are scheduled to take place on the island May 6-7. Proceeds from the weekend's activities - which include a USA Triathlon-sanctioned triathlon and a 5-k Fun Run/Walk - will benefit the Georgia Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island. The triathlon is open for individual participants, as well as relay teams of two or three (with each relay team member participating in one leg of the event). Start time for the event is 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 6, with the awards ceremony taking place immediately afterward (at approximately noon). The 5-k Fun Run/Walk begins at 8:30 a.m. on with awards for the top three finishers to be presented at noon. For more information on cost and how to enter, call Eric Garvey of the Jekyl Island Authority at 912-635-4081.

Soccer

June 5-9, July 24-28: Classic Soccer Academy of Dacula is hollding two summer soccer camps at Rabbit Hill Park for kids ages 4-up The first camp, (June 5-9) is a developmental camp, while the second (July 24-28) is for both developmental, advanced and high school levels. For more information, visit www.classicsocceracademy.com or call 770-614-0874.

Starting June 26: Tavani Soccer and Duluth boys soccer coach Gregg Tavani are holding summer camps at Bunten Park, Duluth June 26 through 30 , July 10 through 14 and July 17 through 21 for boys and girls ages 7 to 15. For more information, e-mail camp@tavanisoccer.com or visit www.tavanisoccer.com.

Through May 15: Indoor Soccer player development programs SoccerTouch (ages 7-12), SoccerTots (ages 3-6) and StreetSoccer (ages 7 and up). egistration open now thru May 15th. For more information, contact the Silverbacks Sports Center in Suwanee at 678-714-7454 or at www.AtlantaSilverbacks.com/indoor.

Through May 15: Soccer Dynamics Summer Camps' registration is open now thru May 15th. For more info contact the Silverbacks Sports Center in Suwanee, 678-714-7454 or at www.AtlantaSilverbacks.com/indoor

June 1: The East Hudson Youth Soccer League is hosting the 30th annual Hudson Invitational Tournament July 22 through 23 in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. area The tournament is open all USSF affiliated teams, such as state ODP (playing up 1 year), league ODP (select), premier and club teams. All teams outside Eastern New York must present an approved application to travel form before they will be allowed to participate. Application payment of $495 for U11-U19 teams and $375 for U10 teams must be submitted and received by June 1. For tournament information, please contact Keith Stetler at stetlerkc@aol.com.

Softball

Through April: Quality Sports Training of Suwanee is offering a softball speed clinic designed to enhance speed, agility and power. The clinic also includes a shoulder strengthening regiment designed to reduce injuries and enhance performance. The clinic runs on Tuesdays 6:63-7:30 p.m. and on Saturdays 12-1 p.m. The cost is $150 a month. For more information, call 770-814-9115 or visit www.getfaster.org.

Swimming

June 11-15, 16-17: The "Swim with the Stars" camp will be offering two sessions to be held at Emory University this June. The camps feature gold medalists Michael Phelps, Ian Crocker and Lenny Krayzelburg and Paralympian Erin Popovich and offer instruction for both swimmers of all ability levels and their parents. There is a five-day camp that takes place from June 11-15 and a two day commuter camp that occurs from June 16-17. For more information or to register, visit www.swimwiththestars.com.

Training

Through April: Quality Sports Training of Suwanee is offering a female development clinic specifically designed to reduce the likelihood of lower body injuries (ACL, etc.) by up to 88 percent. The clinic will run Mondays-Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. and the cost is $225 a month for eight sessions. For more information, call 770-814-9115 or visit www.getfaster.org.

Through April: Quality Sports Training of Suwanee is offering free electronic speed timing, video analysis of running form, agility and power evaluations for athletes ages 6 and up. Call (770) 814-9115 to reserve your evaluation time.

Through April: Quality Sports Training of Suwanee is now offering adult sports fitness training. Burn fat, tone amd sculpt with CSCS certified sports/fitness professionals. Call 770-814-9115 to register for "high octane" (Saturdays), and "superfit" (weekdays).

June 5-July 28: The Eastside Athletic Club in Snellville is offering four and eight week sessions of their youth speed/power/agility camps for kids ages 13 and up. For more information on the camps, call 770-597-7603.

Volleyball

Through April: Quality Sports Training of Suwanee is offering a volleyball training clinic designed to enhance speed, footwoork and vertical jumping ability. The clinic runs on Tuesdays 6:63-7:30 p.m. and on Saturdays 12-1 p.m. The cost is $150 a month. For more information, call 770-814-9115 or visit www.getfaster.org.

Starting June 5: Suwanee Sports Academy is holding their a number of volleyball camps in the summer, kicking it off with High Intensity volleyball camp June 5-8. The camp is for athletes who have played at least one club volleyball season. They also offer middle and high school camps (June 12-15, June 26-29, July 17-20, July 24-27) and elementary school camps (June 12-15, June 26-29, July 24-27). Registration for all camps is availiable online at www.ssasports.com.

Starting June 19: Suwanee Sports Academy is hosting various volleyball skill camps over the summer months. They have Train For Try-Outs Camp (July 17-20), Serving/Passing Clinic: June 19-20 (6:00pm - 7:30, High School) (7:30pm -9:00pm, Middle School)Hitting/Blocking/Setting Clinic: June 21-22 (6:00pm - 7:30, High School) (7:30pm - 9:00pm, Middle School) SSA will be hosting differnt sessions of the serving/passing clinic and the hitting/blocking/setting clinic with the high school session going from 6 p.m. through 7:30 p.m. and the middle school session immediately following until 9 p.m. Registration for all camps is availiable online at www.ssasports.com.