CAMPS, CLINICS AND REGISTRATION

May 26, 2014 

BASEBALL

NORCAL HURRICANES Holding tryouts for 12u and 13u roster spots every Sunday at Escalon High School from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Call Rick Davis at ( 209) 808-9082.

BATTING CAGE RENTAL Private and team instruction. Certified hitting coach with 25-plus years of experience and MLB trained. Visit: www.mrhittingcoach.com or call Greg ( 209) 605-4734.

BASEBALL CAMP Every week in June and July at Rainbow Fields. Ages 7-12. Improve your skills and have fun. Visit: www.mrhittingcoach.com/camps.html or call/text Greg at (209) 605-4734.

HITTING INSTRUCTION Baseball/softball hitting and catching instruction. Ages 7 and 70. Contact Tim Raposa at (209) 694-6046 or nextlevelcatching@yahoo.com.

YOUTH BASEBALL TRYOUTS For summer and fall baseball, ages 8-9 and 10-11, teams to play at Rainbow Fields. Contact Roman Rodriguez at getdirtybaseball@yahoo.com.

BASKETBALL

TRAVEL 15U/16U TEAM The Modesto Blast AAU team is taking signups. Tryouts on Saturdays from 10 a.m.-noon at Keyes Assembly Gymnasium at 5450 7th St., in Keyes. Call coach Seeley at ( 916) 873-3160.

AAU GIRLS TEAM Eighth-grade girls AAU team in Modesto looking for post player and forward. Email centralvalleyhornets@yahoo.com.

FUTURE STARS SKILLS CAMP May 28-July 3, 9 a.m.-noon, Monday-Friday. Grades 4-9, ages 9-14. At Johansen High School. Camp is six weeks. We will develop ballhandling, shooting, rebounding, post play, passing, defense and footwork. Cost is $60 per player per week or $300 for all six weeks. Kids can sign up for any week or all of them. To register, email Allan Davis at ajdavis34@gmail.com.

TURLOCK CAMP Bulldogs Youth Basketball Camp at Turlock High School from June 3-5. $60. Boys and girls ages 7-14. Ages 7-10 from 9 a.m.-noon. Ages 11-14 from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Camp features skill development and conditioning. Instruction on post moves, footwork, shooting, receiving, rebounding and ball-handling. Camp T-shirt included. Call RJ Henderson at ( 209) 664-0646 or Doug Cornfoot at ( 209) 535-6076 or email turlockbasketballcamps@yahoo.com.

STANISLAUS YOUTH BOYS CAMPS Cal State Stanislaus Warriors Basketball will host two camps: June 9-12 from 9 a.m. to noon and June 23-26 from 1-3 p.m. The camp will emphasize fundamentals to help boys ages 7-17 reach their full potential. Campers will be placed in age/skill-appropriate groups. Proper shooting techniques and footwork will be highlighted, including individual and team skills. The camp will be instructed by Cal State Stanislaus staff and players. Register at http://mensbasketball.warriorathleticscamps.com/index.cfm. Contact Ben Riley at (209) 667-3938 or email briley1@csustan.edu.

MODESTO SLAM-N-JAM CAMPS For grades 2-8, coed. Session 1 is June 9-12. Session 2 is July 14-17. Both from 9 a.m.-noon at Big Valley Christian High School gym. Call (209) 622-0923 or email www.modestoslamnjam.org.

DAVIS BASKETBALL DAY CAMP July 8-10, 8:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Grades 1-9. Fundamentals from coach Dan Pacheco, who has 34 years of experience, and coach Tim Garcia. $75. Camp at Davis High School, 1200 Rumble Road. Registration at 8 a.m. Call Pacheco at 499-4134.

BOXING

BAD TO THE BONZ Tryouts for its summer program as well as providing adult and youth classes. Clinic for coaches by professional coach Tony Avila, former coach of Modesto PAL boxing club and now owner of Bad to the Bonz Boxing Gym. The summer special for youth is $175 for two months and includes signups. Visit Modestopalboxing.net or call Tony Avila at (209) 577-1131. Also, we encourage parents to work out for free alongside their children. We have a USA Boxing team. The gym also offers kickboxing training by coach Gene Fields. We offer free classes on Saturdays from 10 a.m.-noon. The gym now offers Zumba by Vontrese Stevenson at www.zumbawithvboogie.com.

MODESTO PAL Stanislaus/Modesto PAL Boxing is a free program for ages 10-17. Sign up Monday and Thursday from 4-5 p.m. at 615 Sierra Drive. No experience needed. Call Randy Buchanan at (209) 572-9614 or email buchananr@modestopd.com.

Football

THREE MJC CAMPS The Modesto Junior College football program will hold fundamental camps this summer. The “Hitman” camp for linebackers and defensive backs is June 30-July 1 from 6-8 p.m. The “Trench Warrior” camp for offensive and defensive linemen is July 7-8 from 6-8 p.m. Both camps are $40. The three-day camp for quarterbacks and wide receivers is June 5-7 and costs $125. All pre-enrolled campers will receive a T-shirt, and quarterbacks also get an all-weather football; receivers get performance gloves. Sign up at www.mjc4life.org or email MJC football coach youngs@mjc.edu.

ELITE YOUTH CAMP Freeman Consulting presents the second annual Elite Youth Football Camp, June 21, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Modesto Junior College field. Cost is $75 before June 1 and $100 after. Check-in at 8:15 a.m. The camp will focus on positive sportsmanship and training and will include special guests, cornerback Omar Bolden and safety Duke Ihenacho from the Denver Broncos. Registration forms can be found at J’s House of Soul, 2601 Oakdale Road, Suite Q, Modesto, 95355; or at https://www.facebook.com/freemanelite.camp. For information, contact Jeneya at (209) 272-2785 or jeneyafreemanpromo@gmail.com.

General

SPORTS AND FITNESS CAMP Monte Vista Chapel and Calvary Baptist Church of Turlock are co-sponsoring a sports and fitness camp for boys and girls ages 9-13 or in grades 4-8. The camp is June 16-20 from noon-5:30 p.m. and July 14-18 from 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The cost is $6 per day or $30 for the week. Camp T-shirts ($7) and water bottles ($2) are available. The camp will be supervised and staffed by trained adult and high school leaders. Each camp will be divided into younger and older age groups. Camp brochures are at MVC, Berkeley and Monte Vista avenues, (209) 634-4935; CBC, 700 E. Monte Vista Avenue, (209) 632-2391; or by calling Doug at (209) 632-8492, or online at www.montevistachapelonline.org.

SOCCER

HUGHSON SOCCER LEAGUE Hughson United Soccer League fall league registration Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon. Registration will be at Veranda Market at 7144 Hughson Ave. Uniforms are included in the cost – shorts, shirt and socks. Late registration fees increase $10 per child after May 31.

PRO SOCCER CAMP Fifth annual soccer camps held at the Ripon Mistlin Soccer Complex. Boys and girls of all skill levels, ages 5-13. June 23-27 and July 21-25 from 9 a.m.-noon. Call (209) 404-8012 or visit www.ProSoccerCamp.net.

SOFTBALL

MISTLIN FIELDS LEAGUE Taking signups for Mistlin Fields new softball leagues for coed, women’s and men’s recreational teams. Sunday, Monday or Wednesday nights. No 10 p.m. game times. Season begins after July 7. Ten games, followed by playoffs. Fall season will begin after Sept. 22. $595 per team. Payment due by July 1 or when sold out. Limited number of teams. Visit www.MistlinFields.com or pick up a flier at Ripon City Hall. Email Lance Boullion at LBoullion_CA@yahoo.com or call (209) 380-2212.

TENNIS

YOUTH CLINIC Open registration for youth 6 to 17. Clinic sessions will be held at Bret Harte High School in Angels Camp and Wintercreek Tennis Facility in Murphys. Sessions from Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. – June 9-13, June 16-20, June 23-27, July 7-11 and July 14-18. Cost is $90 per clinic per person. Contact Angella Woods at (209) 728-2497 or (209) 770-5076 or madfortennis@yahoo.com.

WATER POLO

MODESTO/STANISLAUS Beginning June 2, Modesto/Stanislaus water polo will practice at Downey High School – high school boys from 7-9 a.m. and high school girls and pre-high school girls and boys from 9-11 a.m. Visit ms.aquanite.com.

WRESTLING

FAMED COACH AT TURLOCK CAMP Mike Krause, regarded as one of the top youth wrestling coaches in the country, will conduct a camp June 11-13 in Turlock. Multiple sessions per day. Cost is $120 with a team discount of $10 if there are 10 or more athletes. For information, call Tim McCabe at (626) 252-0470 or visit www.championwrestlingacademy.weebly.com.

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