MEXICO – Camp Hardwood, a summer basketball program for girls in grades 3 through 8, will be held at Mountain Valley Middle School from June 18 to July 3. Coach Greig Parr will conduct the clinic with other area coaches, stressing a positive attitude and a passion for the game of basketball. Basic fundamentals and team skills will be taught.

Segment one of the camp is scheduled for June 18-22. Week two is June 25-27, with the third and final installment July 2-3. Grades 5 and 6 will meet from 8 to 9:30 a.m. each day, with Grades 7 and 8 set for 9:30 to 11 a.m. and Grades 3 and 4 from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Cost of the camp is $75, which includes a t-shirt. For additional information, contact Parr at 364-3825.

Grass volleyball tourneys at CMCC

AUBURN – Central Maine Volleyball Club is hosting four grass doubles volleyball tournaments this summer at Central Maine Community College.

The format will be men’s and women’s teams of two. There will be an A/AA and a BB pool for each gender. Cost is $30 per team with pre-registration, which requires paying the fee by Wednesday before the tournament. Same-day registration is $36.

Saturday play dates are June 16, July 7, July 28 and August 11. More information is available at www.geocities.com/viking2280 or by e-mail at [email protected]

Golf teams sought for Governor’s Cup

AUGUSTA – The Maine Community College System is seeking players and sponsors for its 15th annual Governor’s Challenge Cup golf tournament July 20 at Augusta Country Club in Manchester.

Cost is $110 per player for the four-member scramble and includes greens fee, cart, dinner buffet, soft drinks and a gift. The shotgun start is at noon. Proceeds benefit a number of MCCS initiatives.

To register or sponsor, contact Marcia Schools at 629-4000 or [email protected]

Falcons’ summer hoop camp upcoming

RUMFORD – Mountain Valley High School’s Falcons Summer Hoop Camp runs from June 18-29.

The camp is open to any area youngster in grades 2 through 8 with a desire to learn more about basketball, regardless of previous experience. Grades 2 through 4 will start at 9 a.m. each day. Grades 5-6 are scheduled for 10:30 a.m., with seventh and eighth grade beginning at noon. Registration is available on the opening day of camp. For more information, contact Rick White at 364-3851.

Jr. Olympic track meet Saturday

SCARBOROUGH – The Maine Association of USA Track and Field will hold its age 15-18 championship and Region I qualifying meet for ages 10-18 this Saturday at Scarborough High School. Field events begin at 10 a.m., with running events at noon. Heptathlon and decathlon will conclude Sunday.

Athletes who are still 18 and under through July 29, 2007 are eligible. Age group is determined by subtracting birth year from 2007. Individuals must be Maine USATF registered. You may register at the meet for $14. Entry fee is $5 for one event and $4 for each additional event. Regional and national meets take place in New York and California later this summer. For more information, contact Ron Kelly at 883-2747 or [email protected]


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