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Baseball

March 24: The Auburn Dixie Youth baseball and softball teams will host their opening day March 24. Activities provided by Braves Around Town. Activities are only for Auburn Dixie Youth players and their siblings only. For more information call 678-887-5702, e-mail auburndixieyouth@yahoo.com or online at www.eteamz.com/auburndixieyouth.

April 2-5: Renz Baseball is holding a spring break camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, call 770-271-4554 or visit renzbaseball.com.

Through April: A local 18-and-older baseball team is looking for players with college baseball experience to play in a wood bat league. For more information, call Rob at 678-612-8410 or e-mail at rehlers2000@hotmail.com.

Basketball

Through March 25: AAU boys basketball team is looking for 17U and 16U skilled post players to fill out the roster. Tryouts go through March 25 at Bunten Road Park in Duluth. For more information, call Paul Hopkins at 678-523-1359 or e-mail paul_hopkins@hyperion.com.

March 31: Suwanee Sports Academy is holding the Big Shots Final Four Showcase during Final Four weekend in Atlanta. College coaches from Division I, II, III and NAIA schools are set to attend this seniors-only event. For more information, call Dan Searl at 770-614-6686 ext. 109 or visit www.ssasports.com.

Through March: The 12-and-under boys Georgia Hawks AAU-YBOA basketball team is seeking players for the upcoming season. Call 678-634-8746, e-mail gahawkhoops@aol.com or log on to georgiahawks.net for more information.

Through March: Game

Time Results Basketball Academy is accepting applications for athlete enrollment for boys and girls middle and high school ages. For more information, call Cory Blackwell at 404-474-8645.

Through March: Suwanee Sports Academy's On Court, an offseason development program is beginning training. For more information, call Michael Brown at 678-541-0176 or visit www.ssasports.com.

April 2-5: Game Time Results Basketball Academy in Lawrenceville is offering a spring break camp for athletes ages 11 through 17. The camp is from 9 a.m. till noon. Cost is $110 per athlete. For more information, call Cory Blackwell at 404-474-8645.

June 4-8: The five-day Nike/Elite Hoops Basketball Camp will be held at Shiloh High School. For more information, call 1-800-NIKE-CAMP or go online to

www.ussportscamps.com.

Football

Through March: Big Game Football is offering offseason football training from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Former NFL players will be instructing the camp. The cost is $159 per month and space is limited. Call 678-939-1533 to register or send e-mails to biggame@hotmail.com.

March 17: Meadowcreek Youth Football Association is holding registration for both players and cheerleaders from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Meadowcreek High School fieldhouse. Coaches are also needed. For more information, call Stan Truitt at 404-969-9953 or e-mail myfa07@yahoo.com.

March 17: The South Gwinnett Athletic Association will hold registration for football and football cheerleading from

10 am. to 2 p.m. Registration will be held in the main concession meeting room at South Gwinnett Park. For more information, call Tim Gaines at 404-570-7422 or e-mail

tgaines@sgaasports.com.

March 17, May 19, June 16: South Gwinnett Football Associate will have registration for the fall football season from

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the SGAA Park office. Registration is for children ages 6 through eighth grade. Online registration will be open from March 17 to June 16 at www.sgaasports.com. For more information, call 404-570-7422.

March 19 through June 31: The High School Combine Prep Training Program at Paradigm Performance Lab runs from March 19 to June 31. Training includes injury prevention. For more information, call Eric Lougas at 770-236-8001.

Through March: South Gwinnett Youth football is looking for coaches. For more information, call Billy Rabon at 404-925-9085.

May 5: Registration for youth flag football for ages 4 to 14 at i9Sports ends May 5. Registration can be completed online at www.i9sports.com or by phone at 770-617-9633.

Golf

Through March 15: The Peachtree Ridge Foundation is hosting its fourth annual Lions Classic Golf and Silent Auction at TPC Sugarloaf on March 26. This tournament serves as one of the vehicles to provide funding needed for schools in the Peachtree Ridge cluster. The Peachtree Ridge Foundation is a Georgia nonprofit corporation recognized as tax exempt. For more information, call 678-957-3166.

June 18: The American Cancer Society will host its annual Swing Fore a Cure Golf Classic at Hawk Ridge Country Club in Ball Ground. Tee-time is set for 11 a.m. and registration begins at 9 a.m. The event is open to golfers of any skill level. To register in advance, call 770-814-0123 or go online to www.swingforeacure.org.

Softball

Through March: The Auburn Dixie Youth league is forming teams for 12-and-under and 14-and under. No experience necessary. For more

information, call 678-887-5702 or e-mail auburndixieyouth@yahoo.com.

Aug. 19: The Worth Cobras are hosting softball tryouts for ages 10 to 16 at Rhodes Jordan Park. For more information and for times, call 770-331-2960 or 678-698-3294.

Training

May 4: Performance Training Inc.'s Vertical Leap Clinic at Suwanee Sports Academy begins. This is a 4-week program for high school athletes For more information, call Dustin Wolf at 770-614-6686 ext. 121 or visit www.ssasports.com.

Volleyball

Through March: Suwanee Sports Academy is hosting its On Court White a comprehensive volleyball training program designed for players looking for year-round training but do not want to commit to the full Volleyball On Court program. For more information, call Christy Howard at 770-614-6686 ext. 106 or visit www.ssasports.com.

May 1: VolleyTraining for middle and high school players begins at Suwanee Sports Academy. This program is designed for all skill levels. For more information, call Christy Howard at 770-614-6686 ext. 106 or visit www.ssasports.com.

Complete sports calendar available every day online at www.gwinnettdailypost.com.